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Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Jim Anderson

Today we are going to check in with freshman Jim Anderson.  Anderson plays football and baseball at Kent City.  This past fall, Anderson played on the junior varsity football team at running back and linebacker.  He also spent two weeks with the varsity during Kent City’s playoff run that ended in the District finals against

NFHS Voice — Reading the Crystal Ball

Everyone is currently looking for answers during this global pandemic, but answers are not readily available.   We would definitely love to see sports start up again, but will not sacrifice the safety of our student-athletes, coaches, and community to do so.   As a result, we wait . . . and let the health experts guide

WE are Kent City’s Class of 2020 — Jade Farrington

Throughout the spring, we will be pausing to thank our senior athletes and band members for their hard work and dedication to our school community.   We thank our seniors for the opportunity to watch them grow and for leaving a lasting impact on future Eagles!   Join us in wishing the Class of 2020 good luck

MHSAA changes pre-participation physical exam requirement for 2020-21

In response to COVID-19, the MHSAA made some changes to the requirements for 2020-21 athletic seasons, most notably, waiving the pre-participation physical exam for students who have previously had one done.   Any student with a valid physical exam dated on or after April 15, 2019, will only need to fill out the health questionnaire that

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Adrian Hernandez

Today we are going to check in with freshman Adrian Hernandez.   Hernandez is a two sport athlete for Kent City, playing football in the fall and baseball in the spring.    Last fall, Hernandez played offensive and defensive line for the junior varsity football team.   This spring, Hernandez was hoping to play baseball for the

WE are Kent City’s Class of 2020 — Trent Buckner

Throughout the spring, we will be pausing to thank our senior athletes and band members for their hard work and dedication to our school community.   We thank our seniors for the opportunity to watch them grow and for leaving a lasting impact on future Eagles!   Join us in wishing the Class of 2020 good luck

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Payton Oliver

Today we are going to check in with freshman Payton Oliver.   Oliver wrestles and plays baseball for Kent City.   This past winter, Oliver and the Eagles won their fourth consecutive CSAA Silver championship.   In the spring, Oliver was looking forward to playing on the junior varsity baseball team. 1. How have you kept yourself busy?

WE are Kent City’s Class of 2020 — Jayden Williams

Throughout the spring, we will be pausing to thank our senior athletes and band members for their hard work and dedication to our school community.   We thank our seniors for the opportunity to watch them grow and for leaving a lasting impact on future Eagles!   Join us in wishing the Class of 2020 good luck

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Webb Longcore

Today we are going to check in with freshman Webb Longcore.  Longcore is a three sport athlete for the Eagles, playing football, basketball and baseball.   During the fall, Longcore played football for the junior varsity team as a running back and linebacker.   In the winter, Longcore was on the junior varsity basketball team, helping the