Kent City 8th Grade Volleyball

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Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-19 — 3-24

Spring sports are officially here.  Many of our teams have already been out enjoying the spring weather, while others have been enduring it.  We are much better off than the schools in northern Michigan who were hit with a snow storm last Thursday.  I know because I spent the weekend in Traverse City at the

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 3-12 — 3-17

Last week was bittersweet for Kent City’s basketball teams.  Bitter for the varsity boys basketball team who fell to North Muskegon on Friday in the MHSAA District Finals, 37-33.  Sweet for the varsity girls basketball team who won the MHSAA Regional Championship, the fourth in school history.  . The varsity girls basketball team advanced to

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 3-5 — 3-10

This past week has been exhausting — but in a positive kind of way.   It has certainly given me an opportunity to explore other possible career options in the event that this one does not work out. Let’s see,  on Tuesday and Thursday I took tickets at our boys junior varsity and varsity basketball games. 

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-19 — 2-24

Friday night was a great night for high school athletics.  If you had the chance to travel to Morley Stanwood to watch the clash between the Eagles and Mohawks you know what I am talking about. It was not necessarily just the thrilling 3-point shot that was still in the air as the buzzer sounded,

7th and 8th grade teams come home with a clean sweep on opening day of season

The Middle School Volleyball “A” teams traveled to Holton on Saturday to open up their season.  Both teams started out the season strong by winning all all three sets against Holton and Reed City. The 7th grade volleyball team opened up against the host Red Devils, where they would win all 3 sets.  Their next opponent

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-12 — 2-17

I had an interesting conversation with some of our game officials before one of our varsity basketball double headers recently that shed some light on to one of the keys to our success.  The crew told me they really enjoy coming to Kent City.  Naturally, I wanted to know why they enjoyed Kent City.  They

Kent City Athletics — Friday, February 9, 2018

The following changes and cancellations have been made for Friday, February 10, 2018 due to the weather conditions: Varsity Bowling Teams will be transported by bus to the Commons of Fremont for the CSAA Bronze Individual Tournament.  Bus will depart from behind the High School at 11:30 a.m.  Bowling begins at 1:00 p.m.  The bus

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 2-5 — 2-10

Have you ever seen the movie Groundhog Day?  If you are looking for a funny movie from the early 1990’s, Groundhog Day is always good for some laughs.  It is also timely since Friday was Groundhogs Day.  I am not sure if Puxsutawney Phil saw his shadow or not, and I am even more unclear

WE are Kent City: Kassidy Heeringa finishes successful freshman season for Olivet Nazarene University Volleyball

On Friday night, Olivet Nazarene University fell in the semi-finals of the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (C.C.A.C.) tournament ending the Tiger’s 2017 season.  Olivet Nazarene fell to Saint Xavier University 3-1.  Olivet Nazarene University finished the season with a 26-12 record.  Freshmen Kassidy Heeringa has a lot to be proud of though after turning in

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