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Eagles pick up road win against Hesperia, 76-21

The boys varsity got the road win over an undermanned Hesperia team 76-21.  The Eagles defense led to a lot of transition baskets, and they shared the ball very well. Every player scored for Kent City and they were led by Eli Carlson who had 19 points. Brendan Boyd provided a good spark off the

Varsity girls capture league championship with win at Hesperia, 71-35

Kent City remained perfect in league play while clinching the conference championship outright with a 71-35 road victory at Hesperia Friday night.  The Eagles connected on 16 three-pointers for the game with half of those coming in the first quarter alone as they outscored the Panthers 29-6 in the first eight minutes. Kenzie Bowers had five

JV Boys end three game skid with a victory over Hesperia

Monday night marked the third consecutive loss for the JV Boys Basketball team when they lost to Kenowa Hills.  The game at Kenowa marked the end of a difficult portion of the schedule that sandwiched CSAA opponents Lakeview and Morley-Stanwood between larger schools Coopersville, Fremont, and Kenowa Hills.  Unfortunately, the Eagles dropped 4 out of

Freshman Boys Basketball beaten by Fremont at home

Kent City’s freshman boys played Fremont at home Tuesday, February 11th. In the first half the Eagles struggled offensively only scoring 4 points in both first and second quarter. Fremont had a big first quarter as they scored 20 points to the Eagles’ 4. However Kent City played better defensively in the second quarter only

7th grade girls beat Hesperia, lose a heartbreaker to Big Rapids

The 7th grade girls got out to a fast start last Saturday in their first game as they defeated Hesperia 44-11. The first quarter was all Kent City as they jumped to a 16-2 lead. The defense tightened up even more in the second quarter and they held them scoreless. Hailey Kamphuis, Laynee Hoffman and

Kent City overpowered by the Knights; Kenowa Hills 56 Kent City 45

The boys varsity lost to a much bigger and stronger Kenowa Hills team 56-45. It was another of their many tough non-conference games. The Eagles led by one after the first quarter but then the shots just wouldn’t fall. Although Kenowa Hills would lead by as many as 13 points, Kent City kept fighting back

Varsity girls top Kenowa Hills, 74-34

The Kent City Eagles raced out to a 26-8 lead after the first quarter and cruised to a 74-34 home victory over the Knights of Kenowa Hills.  Kent City connected on eleven field goals in the opening period with some of those as a direct result of their full-court press early on. Kenzie Bowers led the way

WE are the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame: 2020 Inductee Denny DeVos

Established in March 2014, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame is now in its seventh year of existence.  Since its inception, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame Committee has chosen 26 individuals and two teams to cement their place in Kent City Athletics’ history.   This year, five individuals will take their rightful place

Eagle of the Week — Zane Kik

To say that wrestling has had a major impact on the first 14 years of Zane Kik’s life would be a commercial idea for and Captain Obvious.   It is safe to say that Kik has spent nearly every weekend in the winter growing up in a high school gymnasium across west Michigan at a