Kent City Boys Varsity Basketball

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WE Are Kent City: Rock Allen Coaching Basketball at Concordia University

Before Rock Allen headed to Mt. Pleasant to attend Central Michigan University, and before he began his college playing and coaching career for the Chippewas basketball team, he roamed the halls and the fields of play at Kent City High School from 2008-2012. Allen competed in Varsity Football, Basketball, and Baseball in his time as

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

Winter All-Conference Student-Athletes 2018-2019

On Tuesday, we took a moment to celebrate the many achievements of our winter student-athletes at Kent City High School.  Varsity Bowling,Varsity Boys Basketball, Varsity Girls Basketball, and Varsity Wrestling had 21 student-athletes earn All-Conference honors during the winter of 2018-2019.  Two teams earned CSAA Silver titles this winter: girls basketball and wrestling.  Once again,

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-4 — 3-9

And then there was one.  In my opinion, the winter sports season seems like the longest of the three seasons.  Perhaps it is because it includes a two week holiday vacation.   Or maybe it is the weather and the disappearance of the sun for several months.  It probably has a lot to do with the

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

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-25 — 3-2

Do you remember the good old days?   Back when everyone lived at the foot of a hill (or mountain) below where the local school was located that was full of student-athletes who were tougher than today’s and everyone supported their team?  School never closed, players took salt tablets instead of water breaks, and following school

Kent City avenges loss to Holton 63-45, finishes in tie for 2nd place in CSAA Silver

The boys varsity basketball team avenged an earlier loss by handling Holton last night 63-45. The first half was a flashback to the first meeting between these two teams, as the Eagles played sloppy and selfish on the offensive end. The score was tied at halftime 21-21. In the second half Kent City started sharing

Eagles earn 10th victory with a 55-15 win over Hesperia

The boys varsity made quick work of the Hesperia Panthers last night, 55-15. The Eagles got off to a hot start leading 21-1 after the first quarter and 33-4 at the half. Gio Weeks led the team in scoring with 12 points and Max Hudson added 11 points. Kent City will have most of the

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-18 — 2-23

Are you getting tired of talking about the weather?  I am.   It seems that a good portion of my days are spent watching the different forecasts, and trying to predict which forecaster predicted the day’s weather correctly.  I have spent so much time watching the weather, I thought I would try my hand at offering

Kent City Hall of Fame Ceremony 2019

Despite being moved from Friday to Saturday, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame Ceremony did not disappoint with latest class of four individuals spanning 20 years.   As always, the student-athletes led the ceremony, presenting details of each individual’s accomplishments to the audience in the High School Auditorium.   Prior to introducing the Hall of Fame