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Kent City Dig Pink All-Tournament Team

So far, the Kent City Volleyball program has raised $5,425 to donate to the Side-Out Foundation to help fight cancer.  At Saturday’s Tournament the Eagles again prevailed defeating Tri-County in the Championship Game. Throughout the day, we were fortunate to witness some outstanding high school volleyball teams and players.   Here is the All-Dig Pink

Eagles XC Endure Cold and PR at Portage

Your KC Eagle Cross Country team dashed through the cold wind at the Portage Invite on Saturday.  Most team members ran their season best performance, including freshmen sensation Fraser Wilson who finished 11th in the field of almost 300 runners in 16:08.  Cody Smith and Mitchell VanOeffelen each broke down some barriers when Cody broke into the 19

Middle School Cross Country Competes In Their Largest Race Of The Season At The Portage Invite

The 7/8 grade boys race featured 679 competitors.  Casey Carew finished in 71st place and was followed by Austin Hickman 196th, Alex Russo 215th, Delfino Cruz 240th, Shawn Anderson and Clay Davis. The girls 7/8 grade race featured 608 competitors.  Lauren Freeland finished an incredible 11th place.  She was followed by McKenna Dombrowski 133rd, Abby

Eagles Fall to Kelloggsville in Close Match

After falling behind 2-0 early in the second half, the Eagles pulled to within one goal as Edwing Vazquez scored his first goal of the season Friday.  Joel Arechiga also contributed with a goal in a 3-2 loss to Kelloggsville.  Carlos Diaz, Andreas Geest and Enrique Cruz combined with Edwing and Joel to have eleven

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-6 — 10-11

This past week in Kent City Athletics records fell, cancer was fought, and trophies were won. On Tuesday, our boys and girls XC teams turned in solid performances at Long Lake Park (Our home course).  Freshmen Fraser Wilson set a new course record in the race and placed 1st for the boys.  On the girls

Eagles Win 1st Place at Inaugural Dig Pink Invitational

The Middle School gym was filled with pink today for The Inaugural Dig Pink Invitational.  The high school volleyball has been working hard since the start of the season for today.  The girls have been raising money for the Side-Out Foundation for Cancer Research and Education.  The Lady Eagles fought hard and played with great teamwork

Varsity Football Loses to Lakeview 35-0

The Kent City Eagles Varsity boys football team lost to a very athletic and experinced Lakeview team Friday night 35-0. The Wildcats jumped on the score board early putting their first touchdown on the board with just 1:12 gone in the first quarter. With the lead, Lakeview would never look back. The Eagles offense was

J.V. Football Falls to Lakeview

The young Eagles showed their youth in a loss to Lakeview on Thursday night at home to even their record at 3-3. The Eagles had multiple chances but were unable to finish in the end zone tonight, The defense put up a very good first three quarters with the game being scoreless going into the

Varsity Volleyball Defeats Hesperia in 3 Straight Sets

  The Varsity Volleyball team started out the 2nd round of league play with a 3-0 victory over the Hesperia Panthers 25-12, 25-7, 25-11.  The ladies served tough to carry them to victory.  Brandi Boehm finished with 17 points, 4 aces and 7 kills.  Kelsey Krueger served up 13 points and 5 aces, Justine Wolter finished with

JV Volleyball Defeats Hesperia

The JV Volleyball team defeated Hesperia in all 3 games of their match last night.  Despite the long bus trip and a short time for warm-ups, the team found the energy to outplay the Panthers and come away with the victory.  Sarah Meek lead the team with 6 digs and Elizabeth Hoag had 4 kills.