Kent City Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 9 - 0
  • Conference Record: 6 - 0

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Kent City Athletic Weekly — 2-10 — 2-15

It is Morley Stanwood week.  Sure we have a lot of great events for you in the next six days, but none bigger than Kent City vs. Morley Stanwood on the hardwood on Friday night.  Since joining the CSAA Silver in 2014-2015, the Kent City vs. Morley Stanwood match-up has developed into a very nice

JV Boys Basketball takes down Lakeview 50 – 20

The JV Boys Basketball team was in need of a bounce-back win on Thursday night after their first loss of the season.  After a slow start offensively as the Eagles worked to find scoring against Lakeview’s 2-3 zone, the team held a 21 – 9 advantage at the half.  After a few halftime adjustments, the

JV Boys Basketball falls to Coopersville

It is February 5th and this is the first article being written about the JV Basketball team losing a game this season.  It had been an impressive run of nine straight victories to start the season before the Eagles ran into a Coopersville squad that was tall, athletic, and applied pressure that Kent City had

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-3 — 2-8

This week’s featured image is a great depiction of the kind of winter it has been for Kent City Athletics . . .  fun-filled, exciting, and SUCCESSFUL.   Amber Larson captured this panoramic view late in Kent City’s varsity boys basketball victory against conference arch-nemesis and previously unbeaten Morley Stanwood.  Last week, the varsity wrestling team

JV Boys Basketball squeaks past White Cloud 41 – 37

The JV Boys Basketball team found themselves in some unfamiliar territory on Thursday night after the host White Cloud Indians buried 6 three-pointers in the first 10 minutes of the game and held a 21 – 8 advantage after the 1st quarter.  This was the largest deficit that the team has faced all season and

JV Boys Basketball defeats Sparta 45 – 38

Quick Note:  Coach Stuhan forgot to submit an article last Thursday when the JV Boys Basketball team defeated Holton 46 – 34. There are certain games that require no pregame speech to get the team excited.  Opponents like Grant, Morley Stanwood, Cedar Springs, and Sparta all catch the attention of student athletes from Kent City

Kent City Athletic Weekly 1-27 — 2-1

Earlier this month, we conducted a coaches meeting for all sports in the high school auditorium.  The topic of conversation was PLT4M.   If you do not know, PLT4M is an online training tool that we use to develop our student-athletes both in and outside of our weight room.  It is a program that all of

JV Boys Basketball defeats Morley Stanwood 50 – 46

It became very close at the end but the JV Boys Basketball team hung on to claim a four point victory over Morley Stanwood on Tuesday night.  The team had a 15-point lead at one point in the fourth quarter but the Mohawks would not go away quietly in this rivalry game.  Foul trouble for

Kent City Athletic Weekly 1-20 — 1-25

We are to that point in January when the conference races will be decided for our winter sports teams.  As of today, all five of our winter sports teams are in 1st place in the CSAA Silver, which has never been the case since joining the conference back in 2014-2015.   Each team is at different

Kent City Athletic Weekly 1-13 — 1-18

Although all of our can’t miss contests were cancelled due to the wintry mix on Saturday, it was still a productive week in the world of Kent City Athletics.  On Monday, a majority of the varsity head coaches gathered in the high school auditorium for a training session on PLT4M and Hudl.  All programs are