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WE Are Kent City: John Meek Playing Rugby At Ohio State

Former Kent City athlete John Meek was known best for his toughness, resilience, and leadership qualities during his time as an Eagle. Therefore, it seems extremely fitting that his athletic talents have transferred to the next level while playing one of the toughest sports known to man: rugby. John was a three-sport athlete during his

Kent City Fall All-Conference Student-Athletes 2019

On Tuesday, November 12, Kent City made the trip to Big Rapids with 26 student-athletes.  This past fall, Kent City earned CSAA Silver championships in boys cross country and girls cross country.  The football team qualified for the MHSAA playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, while the girls’ cross country teams qualified for the MHSAA

Kent City Athletic Weekly 11-11 — 11-16

It has been a great fall for the Kent City Eagles, but now it is officially over.   Before we move on, let’s take a moment to reminisce.   Our varsity football team picked up their fourth MHSAA playoff win in school history advancing to the sweet sixteen.  The varsity volleyball team surpassed 30 wins and advanced

Friday’s Playoff Game moved to Grand Ledge High School

On Friday, Kent City will travel to Grand Ledge High School for their third appearance in the District Finals over the past four seasons.   The Eagles’ opponent, Pewamo Westphalia decided to move the game from their home field to Grand Ledge because of poor field conditions; Grand Ledge features artificial turf.  Kickoff is scheduled for

Eagle of the Week: Max Hudson

There may not be a quality in a football player that is more crucial to success than toughness–mental and physical. Luckily for the varsity football team, Eagle senior running back and linebacker Max Hudson is about as tough as they come. Max has been a pivotal piece towards the success of the 7-3 Eagles this

Kent City Athletic Weekly 11-4 — 11-9

Here is a quick pop quiz for you . . . how many schools in Michigan won a first round playoff football game, sent their girls cross country team to the state finals, and won a Michigan Competing Band Association state championship all in just two days time?   The answer is one.   Who is that

Eagles advance to District Finals; Kent City 14 Northpointe 8

Neither team played their best game of the season on Friday night, but Kent City played good enough to come away with a 14-8 victory over Grand Rapids Northpointe Christian, advancing them to the District Finals for the third time in four years.  Kent City’s defense forced four turnovers on a frigid Friday night, and