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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

Eagle of the Week — Shawn Anderson

During the first half at Holton on Friday night, it appeared that Kent City was headed to another disappointing performance against the Red Devils with the score tied at 21 all at the half.  However, Kent City erupted for 42 points in the 2nd half putting Holton away and bringing their regular season to a

18 from 2018: Kent City teams and individuals excel in the classroom

The days are numbered for 2018, but before it goes for good we wanted to take a moment to look back on what was a great year for the Eagles.  Our student writers sat down before the break to narrow down the top 18 events from 18.  Then each student writer chose six events to

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