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Fraser Wilson Fastest D2, D3 & D4 Freshman in the State

Congratulations to Freshman Fraser Wilson for his 17th place finish on Saturday in the Division III State XC Finals at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn.  Wilson’s time of 16:23 earns him All-State honors as well as the distinction of being the fastest Freshman in the State of Michigan in Division 2, Division 3, and Division

Varsity Volleyball Falls to Morley Stanwood

  The Lady Eagles played a tough match and never gave up, falling to the Mohawks in 3 sets 22-25, 17-25 and 21-25.  This match finished the regular season and a 2nd place finish in the league for the Eagles.  Thank you to the fans who showed up and cheered us on, we appreciate all the

8th Grade Girls Start the Season 2-0

  The 8th grade Lady Eagle’s Basketball team traveled to Newaygo Saturday playing outstanding defense as they outscored their 2 opponents, Central Montcalm 55-10 and Newaygo 55-12.  Scoring for the Eagles were Makenna Bonter, Hannah VanWert, McKenna Dombrowski, Alyssa Hartsel, Janelle Krueger, Paula Roberts, Laureen Freeland, Zara Weber, Hunter Smith and MacKenzie Mortensen. The team travels

Kent City Cross Country Competes at Regionals

Congratulations to the cross country teams for competing well at the regional meet on Saturday.  Josh Lee, Cody Smith, Kaitlin Rich, Aaron Ortiz, Sarah Sizemore, Mitchell VanOeffelen, Fraser Wilson, Ryan Kik, and Marissa Diaz ran their best EVER!  Nick Kridler, Erica Austin, and Diana Serrano ran their season best. The boys’ team finished 9th! Congratulations

Varsity Football – Thanks You

It takes a small army to make any season succesful. This years Varsity Football season is no exception. As we wrap up the season, the Varsity Football Coaches would like to say “thank you” to the many people that have touched our program for the 2014 season. In no particular order – To our Players:

Varsity Football Beats Tri-County 32-28

The Kent City Eagles Varsity Football Team wrapped up the 2014 Season with a dramatic 32-28 come-from-behind victory over Tri-County on Friday night. The evening started out with nearly perfect weather for the multiple special events including Senior Night, Parent Night and The “Dig Pink” Fighting Cancer Game. The Eagles would start the night on offense after recieving

Kent City Athletics Weekly 10-27 — 11-1

The Varsity Volleyball Team took care of business this week at Lakeview, beating the Wildcats 3-0 improving their record to 36-6-4 on the season and 8-1 in the CSAA Silver Conference.  With the win, the Eagles will have a chance to share the conference title with a win over Morley Stanwood on Wednesday night.  The

JV Volleyball 2-1 at Comstock Park

The JV Volleyball team traveled to Comstock Park last night and came away with a 2 – 1 record.  The team beat Ottawa Hills and Covenant Christian is straight sets before falling to Comstock Park in 3.  The loss to Comstock Park was the first time the team has been defeated since AUGUST 28TH!!!  The