Kent City Girls Middle School Soccer

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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

Lady Eagles Bounce Back to Tie Whitehall

After a tough start to their week Monday at Fremont, the girls soccer team looked to rebound in a Tuesday home match verse Whitehall.  Earlier this season, the Vikings handled the Eagles 3-0. The home team responded with a much more determined effort. The Eagles pressed into the offensive half from the opening touch. While

Soccer Falls to Fremont

The girls soccer team traveled to Fremont on Monday for a match-up with the Packers JV.  The Monday blues seemed to infect the Eagles as the Packers struck in the third minute of the game and again ten minutes later. The Eagle defense tightened after that allowing a singular goal in the second half for

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

Eagles Soccer Falls to Tri-County

The Lady Eagles traveled north to Tri-County to begin the week. Looking to follow-up on an early season tie with  the Vikings, the Eagles knew they would face a determined opposition. The Vikings dictated the flow of the game early on, but keeper Maria Salas and her defense stood strong. Hayley Kozal and Cora Linsley

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