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Kent City Spring All-Conference Student-Athletes 2018

On Monday, we took a moment to celebrate the many achievements of our spring student-athletes at Kent City High School.  The varsity girls and boys track and field teams finished the season as conference champions, while the varsity softball and varsity golf teams finished as conference runner-up.  In total, the Eagles had 32 student-athletes earn

Kubasiak Neighborhood Tournament tonight at Art Van Sports Complex

On the first Saturday after Spring Break, Mother Nature played a late April Fool’s joke on spring sports in Michigan, causing a wave of cancellations that we are just now catching up with.  One of the events that fell victim to the unseasonable ice storms was the 4th Annual Kubasiak Neighborhood Baseball and Softball Tournaments. 

Eagles Pickup Two more Wins

The Varsity Baseball team traveled to White Cloud on Tuesday night looking for a couple wins, which they were able to bring home.  In Game 1, the Eagles came out and put up a 10 spot in the top of the first inning and cruised to a 16-1 win after 5 innings.  Offensively the Eagles

Athletic Cancellations — Monday, May 21, 2018

Due to the weather conditions, the following cancellations have been made for Monday, May 21, 2018: Varsity Baseball @ White Cloud (Doubleheader) 4:00 p.m. CANCELLED — Postponed to Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 4:15 p.m. Varsity Softball @ White Cloud (Doubleheader) 4:00 p.m. CANCELLED — Postponed to Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 4:15 p.m. J.V.

Kent City Athletic Weekly 5-21 — 5-26

With the school year quickly coming to a close, many of our sports teams are in the final stages of their seasons.   Even though many will remember this past spring for the weather, it truly has been a very successful spring for our athletic teams.  We have certainly not “arrived,”  but this past week was

Eagles Pickup their first Shutout of the Season

The Varsity Baseball Team was back in action on Thursday night as they played the Grant Tigers in a Doubleheader at Davenport University.  In Game 1, the Eagles jumped out to a 4-3 lead after the first inning.  The Eagles would run into trouble falling behind 10-7 after 5 innings, but they would not give

Carlson shuts down Hesperia; Eagles split with the Panthers

The Varsity Baseball Team traveled to Hesperia Tuesday night for a Conference Doubleheader against the Panthers.  In the first meeting earlier this year, the Panthers defeated the Eagles twice by scores of 9-7 and 17-7.  Eli Carlson and the Eagles had difference thoughts during this trip.  In Game 1, they came out and played their

Eagles fall to the Wildcats

The Varsity Baseball team hosted the Wildcats from Lakeview last night in a Conference Doubleheader.  The Eagles dropped both games by scores of 9-5 and 14-3.  In Game 1 the Eagles tried to rally in the bottom of the seventh inning but was only able to plate 4 runs.  Offensive leaders in Game 1 were Nick

Kent City Athletic Weekly 5-14 — 5-19

I often receive emails from publications aimed at high school athletics or athletics in general (Shocker, right?).  One came through on Saturday that I like to read and for some reason the master lock on the picture caught my eye.  I remember thinking to myself, “Would you look at that, someone else locks their weight

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 5-7 — 5-12

Since there are so many great things happening in the world of Kent City Athletics and Kent City Community Schools, I am going to shorten up the intro for this week’s edition of the Kent City Athletic Weekly to encourage those who grow weary of my endless babble each week, to read on because the