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Eagles Run Hills in Hesperia

The cross country teams traveled to Hesperia’s Baker Woods, the hilliest course this side of the Mississippi River last night for the first CSAA Silver jamboree. The boys’ team ended up 3rd, behind Hesperia and Holton.  The Eagles were led by Fraser Wilson in 2nd, Ben Swanson in 11th, Aaron Ortiz in 13th, Cody Smith

Middle School Cross Country Team Runs Impressively At The Rocky Mountains Of Hesperia!

On one of the hilliest courses in the state of Michigan, our Eagle harriers conquered the course at Hesperia.   The girls competed against 49 runners and finished in this order:  Lauren Freeland 1st, McKenna Dombrowski 5th, Layla Martini 8th, Carley Denhof 9th, Abby Ignasiak 15th, Elizabeth Sible 24th, Hunter Smith 26th, Kristen Toporski 27th, Mallory

Freshman Volleyball Successful at Kelloggsville Quad

The Kent City freshman volleyball team won all three matches at last night’s quad in Kelloggsville. In the first match, Kaylee Campbell led the team with 11 aces and 21 service points to a two set victory over Ellington Academy (25-21, 25-8). The team then won in two sets against Saugatuck (25-16, 25-22) led by

Football Opens League Play on Friday

This week the boys football teams will open up league play in the newly formed CSAA. On Thursday the JV will attempt to put up back to back wins as they host Hesperia, game time is 6:30 pm. Last week the game came down to the final moments with the Kent City holding on for a

Kent City Eagle Soccer Continues to Improve

Kent City boys soccer continued to show improvement in a 1 – 3 loss to Lakeview in a home conference match on September 9.  The lone goal was scored by Joel Arechiga early in the second half.  Goal keeper Gavin Mead put forth an 81% save percentage in his best effort of the season. The

High School Athletic Fee Due September 10

Just a friendly reminder from the Kent City Athletic Department that the athletic fee for high school fall athletes is due on Wednesday, September 10.  The fee is $120 per student athlete for the 2014-2015 school year.  If a student receives reduced lunch, the fee is reduced to $60.  In the event a student receives

MEDAL DAY at Central Montcalm Hornet Run

It may be a record! EVERY Kent City high school runner earned a MEDAL at the Central Montcalm Hornet Run. Each runner competed against other athletes in their grade only. The Eagles’ highest finisher was Fraser Wilson who won the freshmen race and Caity Swanson and Ryan Kik were 5th & 6th respectively. In the

Middle School Cross Country Runs Well At Central Montcalm

The top 25 medaled at Saturday’s Hornet Invitational!  In the girls races, the following places were earned by the Eagles:  Lauren Freeland 2nd, Carley Denhof 6th, Layla Martini 9th, McKenna Dombrowski  18th, Abby Ignasiak 20th, Cora Linsley 22nd, Kristen Toporski 23rd, Mallory Ignasiak 25th, Hunter Smith 33rd, Maddie Allen 46th. The boys earned the following

Varsity Falls Short in Game of Inches

Sport Football Varsity Home Score 14 Away Score 12 Game Recap The Kent City Eagles fell in defeat at Kelloggsville by 2 points. The Eagles fought hard all four quarters, but literally came up 1 yard short of a victory. After trailing 6-0, the Eagles first touchdown came in the 2nd quarter when senior Nick

JV Volleyball Rolls at RHS Quad

The JV volleyball team traveled to Ravenna High School last night and played matches against Hopkins, Ravenna, and Ludington.  Despite the fact that the team was playing on back to back nights and the gym in Ravenna was extremely hot, the girls found the ability to come together and win every game that they played.