Kent City Girls 7th Grade Basketball

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Thank You Parents! Varsity Boys and Girls Basketball Parents’ Night

In between games on Tuesday night, the Kent City Athletic Department paused to thank the parents of our varsity boys and girls basketball teams for their unwavering support.  We would like to also thank the Kent City Sports Boosters for providing the beautiful flowers for our parents and Mary Wilson who took pictures for us.

Varsity girls beat Sparta, 56-41, to improve to 11-3 on the season

The Kent City Eagles played a home game for the first time since January 9th, and The Nest proved to be good to them as they defeated area rival Sparta, 56-41, on Parents’ night. The Eagles outscored the Spartans in each quarter, but Sparta continued to battle right up until the end. Senior Kaitlyn Geers

Kent City vs. Sparta: the war on the ridge invades the Nest tonight

The schools are separated by only six miles.  Over the years the two schools have met annually on the hardwood.  In recent years, Kent City has held the advantage compiling eleven straight wins over Sparta (7 consecutive by the girls and 4 consecutive by the boys).  Just like any contest involving neighboring schools though, all

Eagle of the Week — Paige Mortensen

On Saturday, Kent City’s ten game winning streak came to an end; in spite of Paige Mortensen’s efforts.   At the Pioneer Girls Basketball Showcase, hosted by East Grand Rapids, Kent City battled class A Grand Rapids Christian down to the wire, losing 36-34 at the hands of a bank shot with time expiring.  Prior

Bank shot as time expires dooms Eagles; Grand Rapids Christian 36 Kent City 34

Saturday, January 28, 2017 12:00 PM Kent City High School AWAY 34 Grand Rapids Christian High School HOME 36 Game Recap The Kent City Eagles fought back from eight points down in the second half and managed to tie the score twice in the final two minutes before Grand Rapids Christian won the game, 36-34,

Kent City Athletic Weekly 1-30 — 2-4

The varsity wrestling team takes center stage this week with two events scheduled which have CSAA Silver championship implications.  And if that is not enough, we have varsity basketball on Tuesday night against Sparta in the Nest. The varsity girls basketball team increased their winning streak to 10 games last week with victories over Cedar

Varsity girls remain unbeaten in the CSAA; win at Holton, 65-52

Sophomore Zara Weber scored 13 of her game-high 25 points in the opening quarter as the Eagles raced out to a 23-10 first quarter lead and went on to defeat the Holton Red Devils, 65-52, on the road to improve to 12-2 overall and 6-0 in the CSAA. Holton battled back to cut the Kent

Varsity girls come from behind on the road; beat Cedar Springs, 48-45

Kent City traveled a dozen miles to the east to take on local rival Cedar Springs, and the Eagles came from behind with 18 fourth-quarter points to earn the 48-45 win over the hosting Red Hawks. The Eagles led big early, but led by just three, 14-11, after the first quarter. Cedar Springs controlled the

JV Girls Basketball loses in a battle against Cedar Springs; 35-32

Monday night the JV girls fought hard against the Red Hawks. Both teams played great defense keeping the score low the entire game. The Eagles went into halftime with the Red Hawks leading by two points with a score of 21 to 19. By the third quarter Kent City had the lead by only one point.

JV Eagles add another win to their record versus Hesperia

Thursday night Kent City gained an early lead against the Panthers with a half time score of 33 to 20. The Eagles continued to press on as each one of the girls added at least one point to the score board by the end of the night. The final score was 58 to 32. Leading