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Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-14 — 10-19

It was week like no other in the history of Kent City Athletics.   It started on Monday with both cross country teams winning their respective CSAA Silver Jamborees (on campus) and a non-league varsity boys soccer win at Ward Memorial Field.  Then on Tuesday, the varsity volleyball team annihilated Lakeview in three straight sets while

Kent City jumps all over the Red Devils; Kent City 55 Holton 6

The heavy rains were only a small portion of the Red Devil’s woes on Friday night.   Kent City was firing on all cylinders right from the opening kickoff jumping out to a 28-0 1st quarter lead and a 41-0 halftime lead at Red Devil Stadium.   Kent City finished off the 2018 MHSAA playoff semi-finalist with

Fast Five: Trent Buckner–Teleportation, Paul Revere, and Tacos

Welcome to this week’s edition of Fast Five, where you can get to know an Eagle athlete through just five short questions! For this Homecoming edition of FF, I talked to Senior Trent Buckner. Trent is an instrumental part of the varsity boys soccer team and kicks PATs, field goals, and kickoffs for the varsity football team. In the

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-7 — 10-12

Although we had to make some adjustments, Homecoming 2019 turned out to be great week for Kent City High School. A testament to our students, the amount of enthusiasm and creativeness throughout the week was admirable. Students did a great job with the dress up days, competed in the spirit games, and turned out in

Kent City Athletic Weekly 9-30 — 10-5

What’s that old saying, when life gives you lemons . . . make lemonade?  Well in the world of Kent City Athletics, and in Michigan in general we have an abundance of lemons.   In case you have not heard, there has been an outbreak of the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) that began in the counties

Eagle of the Week: Jake Anderson

The term “renaissance man” originated in Renaissance Italy, from the notion that “a man can do all things if he will”. No one on the Kent City Varsity Football team represents this ideal better than Senior offensive lineman and outside linebacker Jake Anderson. Jake has dealt with much offensive position turnover in the last couple

Varsity Soccer Game Postponed — Varsity Football vs. Morley Stanwood to Kickoff at 5:00 p.m.

Due to the news of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) begin found in both Kent and Newaygo Counties, we are taking precautions to keep our student-athletes and community safe.   Therefore, Thursday’s varsity soccer game vs. Tri-County set to start at 7:00 p.m. was postponed.   We will be making up the varsity soccer game on Friday, September

Kent City Athletic Weekly 9-23 — 9-28

Growing up in a small town certainly has its advantages.   Friday night’s football game was a prime example of the tight-knit community we are living, working, and growing up in.   Prior to kickoff the varsity football team sponsored the 5th annual Military Appreciation Night.  Both teams greeted the military men and women before our pre-game