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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

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

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 10-28 — 11-2

Regardless of the sport, tournament time is always exciting.   We plan our lives around them: March Madness, Super Bowl Sunday, College Bowl Season, etc.  In Michigan late October means the MHSAA Football Playoffs, the lone tournament that teams must qualify to participate in.   Teams gather all around the state to watch selection Sunday to find

WE are Kent City: Kassidy Heeringa earns CCAC Offensive Player of the Week at Olivet Nazarene University

This past week, 2017 alum Kassidy Heeringa earned some recognition for her play on the volleyball court at Olivet Nazarene University in Chicago.  The Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) recognizes top performers from the league’s teams each week and Heeringa was chosen for her performance again Trinity International University last week.  The Tigers won the

Eagle of the Week: Hannah VanderLugt

To play any hitter position in the game of volleyball, you have to be able to do many different things–jump high, move side to side quickly, and rocket the ball over the net when you’re set up for a kill, to name a few. Eagle junior Hannah VanderLugt can do all these things and more,

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-21 — 10-26

For the three  fall sports teams remaining, this is a big week.  The varsity boys soccer team and varsity girls golf team have completed their 2019 campaigns, leaving the varsity football, varsity volleyball and varsity cross country teams.  This is the final week of the regular season for football, while volleyball has one more week,

Dig Pink Invitational Champs!!

The varsity volleyball team hosted their 6th annual Dig Pink Invitational on Saturday.  There were 8 teams participating wearing their pink and dig pink apparel showing their support to help raise money for the Side-Out Foundation. The Lady Eagles started out the day by defeating the Newaygo Lions 25-17 and 25-13.  Their next opponent was

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 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