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Fraser Wilson and Teanna McCuaig to be honored at the West Michigan Student Showcase

On Wednesday evening, seniors Fraser Wilson and Teanna McCuaig will be honored in Muskegon at the West Michigan Student Showcase for their achievements in athletics.  Kent City is the first school in Kent County to be included in the West Michigan Student Showcase that includes students from Muskegon, Oceana, Mason, Newaygo, and Ottawa counties.  To

Kent City Cross County is Academic All-State x 2

In cross country, to qualify for academic all-state status, a team must make it to the state finals and then have a team GPA of 3.5 for the highest team honors.  The Kent City boys’ cross country team has a 3.75 GPA and finished 10th among D3 teams.  The girls’ team has a remarkable 3.93

Fraser Wilson qualifies for Team Michigan!

At the first post-season cross country event, five Eagles competed in the MITCA Mid-East Qualifier and Futures races.  It was a very cold day, but Shepherd boasts an amazing, smooth, fast course. In the seniors race, Fraser Wilson and Hunter Nelson competed for a spot on Michigan’s All-Star Team–ten runners who will then compete against

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

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

Cross Country Ends Well: Three All-Staters and Great Team Finishes

Coming down the final stretch along pit row, Lauren Freeland was still passing opponents in the D3 cross country state finals  She moved from 9th to 3rd around the inside of turns 3 and 4 at the Michigan International Speedway.  Her bronze medal finish is the highest finish ever of any Kent City girl and

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 Extend their Season by Qualifying for State; Two Individual Champions!

The Kent City Eagles must love their cross county spikes because they aren’t hanging them up yet.  Both the boys and girls teams qualified for the state finals at MIS by finishing in second place at the rainy, chilly Saturday morning regional race at Allendale.  Additionally, the Eagles had two individual champions in Lauren Freeland

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-23 — 10-28

The regular season for fall sports has come to a close for all sports, with the exception of volleyball.  This week both the cross country teams and football team will begin their “second-season” in the MHSAA post-season. On Friday, Kent City’s varsity football team completed the most successful regular season in school history by defeating

Eagles fly fast at Regional Primer

It was the Kent City Eagle show out at Long Lake Park last Friday at the Regional Primer XC meet. Kent City put on a running clinic for the hometown crowd and the seniors got to race one last time on our home course. The girls scored only 25 points and Morley Stanwood was second