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KCMS Track and Field Sweep Newaygo and Hesperia

The boys and girls middle school Track & Field teams traveled up to Newaygo for their first track meet Wednesday evening. Both teams competed well and came out with a win over both Newaygo and Hesperia. The girls team scored 68.5 points with Newaygo and Hesperia scoring 62.5 points and 1 point, respectively. The boys

Mortensen and Krueger Combine for the Shutout; Varsity Softball Defeats Covenant Christian 6-0

The softball team opened their season last night with a 6-0 win over Covenant Christian. The win was accomplished with stellar pitching, excellent defense, and consistent hitting. Blaire Mortensen and Kelsey Krueger pitched in the combined shut-out. Mortensen pitched 5 innings and only gave up 2 hits while striking out 2. Krueger only gave up

J.V. Soccer Falls to Rockford

Kent City’s JV Girls soccer team dropped a match tonight against a very disciplined Rockford Freshman team.  Rockford’s strong possession and determined attack proved to be too much for the Eagles.  Highlights for the Eagles included solid play by the center backs (Nina Swanson and Carson Oliver) and twelve saves by Natalie Jasman. Next game: Monday

JV Girls Lose a Close Game at Grant

The JV girls played in a close game at Grant on Monday evening, losing 0 – 1.  Possession changed direction often as each team made a bid to make the winning goal.  Grant’s Tigers, however, were successful. The Eagles continued to work on their combination play and improvements in defense. Offensively Samantha Yancharas led the team

Varsity Girls Soccer Drops first Road Game @ Grant

Kent City Varsity soccer could not hold off Grants powerful attack. They scored early and continued with the momentum. Kent City was led by Meghan Boyd, who worked hard and had three shots on goal. The team looks forward as they will take on Newaygo on Wednesday, April 15th. The game will be played in

Lady Eagles Ravage the Red Devils

The Kent City Girls’ Track & Field team traveled to Holton and routed the Red Devils 120-15!  The Eagles dominated pretty much every event and were stingy in allowing the Red Devils to score. Kaitlyn Geers was perfect on the night, earning first place in all four events–the 100, 200, 400 meter relay, and 800

Boys’ Remain Undefeated In Conference Action With 119-12 Win Over Holton

The Eagles were led by 3x winners Joel Arechiga, Ben Wildeboer, Hunter Nelson, Fraser Wilson, and Enrique Cruz. All four relays were victorious: 3200m (Nelson, Lee, Kridler, Wilson), 800m (Cruz, Arechiga, Albert, Geest), 400m (Cruz, Widener, Bouck, Stockhill), & 1600m (Nelson, Watson, Swanson, Arechiga). Other winners on the evening were: Hunter Nelson (HJ), Zach Widener

Muskegon Chronicle Basketball Dream Teams Announced: 5 Eagles Recognized

Over Spring Break the Muskegon Chronicle announced its Girls and Boys Basketball Dream Teams.  Kent City was well represented with 5 student athletes earning recognition. For the girls, Senior Bailey Freeland earned a nod on the 2nd Team Muskegon Area Dream Team, while Sophomores Meghan Boyd and Kaitlyn Geers both were selected as Honorable Mention.

Shane Rodenburg Named Muskegon Chronicle/MLive Wrestler of the Year

The accolades continue to roll in even though we are a month removed from the State Championship Match.  This morning, Rodenburg was named the MLive/Muskegon Chronicle Wrestler of the year.  To read the article, use the following link: Kent City’s Shane Rodenburg named MLive Muskegon Chronicle Wrestler of the Year Another article was posted later

Softball Feeling Ready After a Great Trip to Florida

  The Kent City softball program took its first trip south for Spring Break 2015 for the first time in quite a few years. Nine varsity players, three JV players and three coaches took their spring break to Destin, Florida for the opportunity to prepare for this year’s season. The weather in Destin was absolutely