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2nd Annual Kent City Dodge Ball Tournament — Saturday, January 27

2nd Annual Kent City Dodgeball Tournament Saturday, January 27th, 2018 Kent City High School – 9:00 am Age Divisions: Youth Division (Elementary – Middle School – High School) Adult Division (19 years old and up) Cost: $70 per team (team can consist of 6 or 7 players) -Every individual must have a waiver signed by a

Dailey and Weeks earn All-State honors from the Associated Press

When it comes to post-season honors in football, none are more cherished than being named to the Associated Press (AP) All-State Team.  This year, Kent City had two student-athletes honored by the committee: senior linebacker Jace Dailey and junior running back Giovanni Weeks.  The team is chosen by sports writers from across the state, therefore

Eight Eagles earn All-Area Honors in the Muskegon Chronicle

Thanksgiving weekend marks the end of the road for high school football in Michigan and also means the release of more post-season awards.  Following their 10-1 season, the Eagles have a lot to be thankful for.  The Muskegon Chronicle/MLive names a Division 5-8 All Area Team each year, in this edition, Kent City had eight

Fall All-Conference 2017

It has been an amazing fall for the Kent City Eagles which was quite apparent by the large group of student-athletes at Thursday’s All-Conference pictures.   Twenty-three student athletes earned 1st team or honorable mention all-conference for Kent City this fall.  A special thank you to Mary Wilson who was on hand again to take pictures

Eagles fall to Wildcats in District Finals 37-13

The 2017 seniors fell one goal short of achieving all of their goals for their final season playing football for the Eagles.  It certainly was not for a lack of effort.  The Eagles won their opening game at GVSU’s Lubber’s Stadium; finished as the CSAA Silver Champions, and were 9-0 in the regular season.  The

Kent City Athletic Weekly 11-6 — 11-11

The fall athletic season came to a close last week and girls basketball kicked off the winter season with their first practices on Monday. The varsity cross country teams finished their season with a good showing at the state finals.  Junior Lauren Freeland finished 3rd in the state, the highest finish ever by a girls

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 10-30 — 11-4

There has never been a better time to be a Kent City Eagle — and I am not just referencing our success in athletics.   It was an exciting week for Kent City and it has been a very successful Fall. On Friday, the varsity football team reached double digit wins by defeating conference arch-nemesis Morley

Eagles dominate the Mohawks 31-6; Advance to District Finals

In high school football, playing a team twice in one season, especially when those teams are conference rivals is not easy.   On Friday night, the Eagles were up to the task, defeating conference arch-nemesis Morley Stanwood 31-6 in the 2nd home playoff game ever played at Ward Memorial Field to advance the Kent City to

Eagles finish perfect regular season; Defeat Tri-County 47-19

Following Friday’s 47-19 victory over Tri-County, the Kent City players and coaches paused for a moment to review their handiwork from the 2017 season.   The Eagles have gone undefeated and untied in the regular season for the first time in history of the school.  Kent City also earned their 2nd home playoff game in school