Kent City Boys 8th Grade Basketball

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5th and 6th Grade Boys Basketball practices starting soon; games coming in January

Attention all Kent City 5th and 6th grade boys interested in playing basketball, practices will begin this week on Thursday, December 6 in the Elementary Gymnasium from 5:00 p.m. — 7:00 p.m.   If your son is interested in playing on this year’s team, they should sign up in the Middle School Office or the Upper

8th Grade Boys Basketball Team finishes season winning at home!

The 8th grade boys basketball team played their last 2 games of the season at home on Saturday.  In the first game the Eagles came away with a win over a pesky Holton team 57-46.  In the second game with just 5 players the Eagles battled until the end but came up a little short

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

8th Grade Boys Basketball Team drops two games on Saturday

The 8th grade boys basketball team battled White Cloud and Fremont on Saturday and lost both.  In the first game the Eagles battled through 3 quarters and even went up by 1 point, before White Cloud pulled away in the 4th quarter, using the fast break against a fatigued Eagle team to win 62-44.  In

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

8th Grade Boys Basketball Comes Up Short In Newaygo

The 8th grade boys basketball team fell short twice at Newaygo on Saturday.  They lost to host Newaygo in a back and forth game 33-31 and then played Big Rapids and lost 52-34.    In the first game the Eagles were ahead by 4 but Newaygo came back and tied it early in the 4th

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 1-29 — 2-3

It is going to be a busy week for Kent City Athletics with two winter teams with an opportunity to win CSAA championships this week.  We also have the Kent City Hall of Fame Ceremony on Friday and our basketball teams playing at the Delta Plex on Saturday. The varsity boys bowling team continued their

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 1-22 — 1-27

Friday was one of those days that affirms that I am fortunate to be able to live and work in Kent City.  The performance by our students throughout the day was nothing short of remarkable — notice I did not say student-athletes (although they had a good day as well). It started in the morning

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 1-15 — 1-20

I spent much of the day on Saturday judging essays for the MHSAA Scholar Athlete Committee.  It is the 2nd round of judging and I had the opportunity to read applications, short answer questions, essays, and letters of recommendation from student-athletes who attend class A schools in Michigan.  There were many compelling essays on sportsmanship,

Kent City Athletic Weekly 1-8 — 1-13

After what I hope was a wonderful Holiday for everyone, we are back at the grind this week.  Although it is a light week in terms of number of contests, it certainly does not lack for magnitude of contests.  The Eagles got off to a fast start in 2018 with four wins by the boys