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Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Joe Anderson

Today we are going to check-in with sophomore Joe Anderson.  Anderson played on the varsity football team last season, helping the Eagles advance to the District Finals where they lost to the eventual State Champions, Pewamo Westphalia.   The sophomore started every game at offensive tackle for Kent City a position he was built for.   Anderson

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Casen Armstrong

Today we are going to check-in with junior Casen Armstrong.  Armstrong is a four sport athlete at Kent City Community Schools.   In the fall he stars on the football team and even ran some cross country races.  On the football field he is the jack of all-trades, playing running back, quarterback, linebacker, defensive back, etc.,

Kent City’s Great Games: Coach Bill Crane chooses the 2017 Gridiron Classic

After setting a school record for wins in 2016 and winning the program’s first home playoff game against Montague, it seemed fitting that the Eagles would open the 2017 season on a stage like Lubber’s Stadium on the campus of Grand Valley State University against their neighbors to the west. To add to the significance,

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Max Hudson

As the world works to stop the spread corona virus, our nation’s sports scene has come to a halt — and rightfully so.  Although we are unable to practice or plays games as we do our part to mitigate the damage from this virus, Kent City student-athletes have taken their training home with them, demonstrating

WE are the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame: 2020 Inductee Denny DeVos

Established in March 2014, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame is now in its seventh year of existence.  Since its inception, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame Committee has chosen 26 individuals and two teams to cement their place in Kent City Athletics’ history.   This year, five individuals will take their rightful place

Eagle of the Week — Zane Kik

To say that wrestling has had a major impact on the first 14 years of Zane Kik’s life would be a commercial idea for Hotels.com and Captain Obvious.   It is safe to say that Kik has spent nearly every weekend in the winter growing up in a high school gymnasium across west Michigan at a

WE are Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame — 2020 Inductee Mark Shirey

Established in March 2014, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame is now in its seventh year of existence.  Since its inception, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame Committee has chosen 26 individuals and two teams to cement their place in Kent City Athletics’ history.   This year, five individuals will take their rightful place

WE are Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame — 2020 Inductee Bill VanHorn

Established in March 2014, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame is now in its seventh year of existence.  Since its inception, the Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame Committee has chosen 26 individuals and two teams to cement their place in Kent City Athletics’ history.   This year, five individuals will take their rightful place

Fast Five: Max Hudson–The Garden Patch, Going To The Past, and Austin Powers

Welcome to this week’s edition of Fast Five, where you can get to know an Eagle athlete through just five questions! This week I talked to Senior Max Hudson. Max was an all-state linebacker for Coach Bill Crane and the Kent City Varsity Football this past Fall, and is currently the starting small-forward for the varsity boys’

WE are Kent City Athletics! Bob Coalter and Lyle Hanna served the Eagles for 30+ years

They were thought to have started in 1980.  Kent City was actively seeking volunteers to help at athletic events because the school was being faced with cuts.   Bob Coalter and Lyle Hanna answered the call.  These two community members did more than that, they volunteered at Kent City Athletic events for over 30 years, taking