Kent City Girls Varsity Soccer

  • Overall Record: 1 - 13 - 3
  • Conference Record: 0 - 8

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Varsity Girls’ Soccer ends the week 0-2-1

Eagle Soccer faced Newaygo, Lakeview, and Carson City Crystal in their last full week of the regular season. On Monday night, the Eagles played sluggishly against the Lions, giving up three goals in each half in a 6-0 defeat. Wednesday saw a much better effort thwarted by a couple of early breakdowns. Lakeview scored two goals

Varsity Soccer Falls to Lakeview

After a rainout ended last week’s final game, the Eagles were eager to retake the field against Lakeview at Ward Memorial Field. The home team was happy to see the return of two injured players, Claire Snyder and Alexis Fuller. The Eagles played hard in a physical contest but came up short once again, 5-0.

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 4-8 — 4-13

Hopefully everyone had a chance to relax and enjoy some time with their family over spring break — I know I did.  We will keep a close eye on the weather this week, especially starting on Wednesday as it looks like it might be wet and cold. Some forecasters are even using a four letter

Late Goal Salvages Tie for Eagles Soccer

Good things come to those who wait. Isn’t it amazing how good 50 degree temps feel after a long winter of waiting? The same was true of the home opener for Girls Varsity Soccer. The Eagles were looking to avenge last year’s  3-0 season opening defeat at the hands (feet, if you prefer) of the

Varsity Girls Soccer is back at Kent City in 2019 with a young squad eager to improve

Kent City Varsity Girls Soccer 2019 With varsity girls soccer kicking off the year this Wednesday against Potters’ House, now seems like a good time to preview the 2019 season. Girls soccer has had a rough history at Kent City thus far, and this group will hope to change that. After winning one game in

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-25 — 3-30

Hibernation 2018-2019 is nearly over. Most of the snow is gone and my truck needs a realignment after one pass down our road, sure signs that spring is here.  We are still waiting to get outside full time, and it may affect the sports we have scheduled for this week.   Our fields are not quite

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-18 — 3-23

Saturday turned out to be a busy day for Kent City Athletics during this short lull between winter and spring sports.   Between East Lansing and Traverse City, the Eagles were well represented at state-wide functions. At the Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (M.I.A.A.A.) conference, senior Lauren Freeland’s picture was on display for winning one of

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-11 — 3-16

Well, spring sports are here.  All of our high school spring sports teams will begin their practices on Monday, although it will not be outside in spring weather, well maybe spring by Michigan standards.   Even though spring sports are starting, we still need to finish up on the winter season though, as the varsity girls

Sign up now for the Kent City Indoor Soccer Program

Beginning on Saturday, December 8, 2018, Kent City’s varsity boys soccer coach Abrahm Shearer will be offering a soccer training program for boys and girls in grades 1st — 8th grade.  The training will occur on Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. — 11:00 a.m. in the Middle School gymnasium for eight weeks.  Training will be focused

Girls Soccer Falls Short vs. Oakridge

On a fast turf surface at Oakridge HS the Eagles looked for an improved showing against the Oakridge JV team that defeated them 7-1 in the sixth game of the season.  The Eagles mounted some of their best offensive pressure of the season, but were not able to solve the Oakridge defense.  The hosts scored