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Varsity girls cruise past Coopersville, 78-30

After waiting until the last five minutes of the game to take a lead in their season-opening victory in Comstock Park on Tuesday, the Kent City Eagles raced out to a 10-0 lead just three minutes into the game and never looked back while defeating the hosting Coopersville Broncos, 78-30, on Thursday night.  Jenna Harrison had eight of those

JV Girls basketball Loses First Game to Comstock Park

The JV Eagles tipped off against Comstock Park for the first game of the season. Kent City started the game out slow and struggled to make their shots. Savannah Miller stepped up in the second quarter and knocked down two threes for the team before going into half-time. The Panthers turned up the intensity in

WE Are Kent City: John Meek Playing Rugby At Ohio State

Former Kent City athlete John Meek was known best for his toughness, resilience, and leadership qualities during his time as an Eagle. Therefore, it seems extremely fitting that his athletic talents have transferred to the next level while playing one of the toughest sports known to man: rugby. John was a three-sport athlete during his

Join Us at the Kent City Pool this Winter!

Holiday Pool Schedule 2019–2020 The Kent City Pool recently released an updated schedule for the Holiday Season spanning Monday, December 2, 2019 — Saturday, January 4, 2020.  We are taking a break from swim lessons, but are planning to have our regular open fitness and open swim times as well as some additional holiday open swims.   We also

8th Grade Boys Basketball Team Defeats Central Montcalm

The 8th grade boys basketball team defeated Central Montcalm at home last night 43-24.  The Eagles came out in man to man full court pressure and jumped out to a 19-8 lead after one quarter.  With tight help defense and many easy transition baskets, the score increased to 35-14 at half.  The second half went

Eagles looking to score 10th consecutive victory over the Broncos on Thursday

Kent City will be on the road again on Thursday as they travel to Coopersville to take on the Broncos.  On Tuesday, Kent City had to come from behind to defeat Comstock Park 51-48.  Last year’s O.K. Blue Conference Co-Champions jumped out to a 23-9 first quarter advantage before Kent City slowly got back into

Season Preview: Varsity Girls’ Basketball

The 2019-2020 season should be an exciting one for Kent City’s perennial powerhouse girls’ basketball team. They are lead by head coach Scott Carlson, who is going into his 11th season as head coach of the Lady Eagles. The program has found immense success since Carlson’s arrival, with conference and district championships aplenty. The Eagles

Varsity girls overcome slow start to win season opener on the road

The varsity girls basketball team fell behind by 15 points in the first half, but they came all the way back to get the 51-48 come-from-behind victory at Comstock Park Tuesday night.  Junior Jenna Harrison made nine three-pointers, including four in the decisive fourth quarter, to lead the way for the Eagles as she finished with

Eagle of the Week: William Oberg

As we enter the Winter months and basketball season approaches, it is important to recognize some of the most outstanding and hard-working athletes we have to offer here at Kent City. One of these athletes that has had to deal with adversity and still excelled is sophomore William Oberg. William and his Jr. Pacers of

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 12-2 — 12-7

Our winter sports start this week with the girls basketball team playing in two games and our bowling teams participating in an invitational on the weekend.  We are looking forward to a great winter with all five teams eyeing a conference championship and more! Varsity Girls Basketball @ Comstock Park    Tuesday, December 3, 2019 @