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Add Rest Days to Your Workout Routines — MHSAA Second Half Page

In a recently published article sports medicine specialist, James Moeller, M.D., discusses the importance of “rest and rejuvenation” as part as your workout plans.  Dr. Moeller offers five guidelines for rest days so athletes can allow their muscles time to rebuild.   One of the many advantages to the workouts on PLT4M, rest days are built

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Alexis Polus

Today we are going to check in with freshman Alexis Polus.   Polus is a two sport athlete for the Eagles playing basketball in the winter and running track in the spring.    This past winter, Polus starred on the junior varsity basketball team for Kent City, helping the Eagles to a winning record.   In the

Dolan Bair wins the Class C Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete Award

It should not take Dolan Bair long to get acclimated to living on campus at Michigan State University in the fall as he has had four years of experience “living” at Kent City High School.  Take a look at his resume from just his senior year: varsity football, varsity soccer, marching band, varsity wrestling, student-government,

Logan McVicker leads the way — PLT4M Workouts 5-24 — 5-30

We had 39 student-athletes log on to PLT4M this past week, which is eight less from last week’s number.    Of those 39 who logged a workout on PLT4M last week, 28 were on multiple times.  Our perfect attendance list only had 6 student-athletes who made it five times: Carson Chilson, Jenna Harrison, Alyssa Larson, Logan McVicker, Jaren

Trent Buckner–Bird of the Week?

Tonight was all about celebrating with the 2020 seniors and the senior drive-through parade was a fun touch for the end of the COVID year.  However, after the festivities, seniors Nick Flegel and Trent Buckner came to the rescue of a trapped sparrow in the hallowed hallways of the high school.  After failing to shoo

Vote for Erica Bull and Taryn Preston in latest MLive Poll to determine area’s best in field events

The latest poll from the Muskegon Chronicle/MLive includes two more Kent City spring sports stars, this time, both from the varsity girls track and field team.   MLive/Muskegon Chronicle’s current poll is asking readers to vote for the student-athlete who would have ruled field events in Muskegon-area girls track and field this season.  Although the poll

Eagles of the Week — The Class of 2020

The class of 2020 will be remembered for a long time, and not just for obstacles they have had to overcome during their senior year . . . at Kent City that is.   I can not speak for other students at other schools, but here, this year’s graduates are as talented as they come, and

WE are Kent City’s Class of 2020 — Elizabeth Sible

Throughout the spring, we will be pausing to thank our senior athletes and band members for their hard work and dedication to our school community.   We thank our seniors for the opportunity to watch them grow and for leaving a lasting impact on future Eagles!   Join us in wishing the Class of 2020 good luck

Put a Stop to Recurring Injuries — from the MHSAA Second Half page

It is important for our student-athletes to pay attention to their health and well-being.   The loss of spring sports has only magnified the fact that you only get so many opportunities to participate in interscholastic athletics, therefore, sitting out because of an injury that may have been prevented is worth the precautions needed to avoid