Kent City Varsity Baseball

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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 Hall of Fame — 2020 Inductee Mike 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

Eagle of the Week: Eli Carlson

In the last 4 years under the direction of Coach David Ingles, the Kent City Boys’ Basketball program has reached new heights. Multiple conference championships, the first 20-0 season in school history, and a few near-district championships, to name a few of those heights. One key player that has experienced those peaks since his freshman

Fast Five: Jared Lucht — Football, Baseball, & the U.S. Army

Welcome to Fast Five, where you can get to know a Kent City athlete or coach through just five questions! For our first edition, we talked to Eagle Senior Jared Lucht. Jared is an offensive guard and linebacker for the Kent City Varsity Football team. In the spring, he laces up the cleats again to play baseball for

WE Are Kent City: Rock Allen Coaching Basketball at Concordia University

Before Rock Allen headed to Mt. Pleasant to attend Central Michigan University, and before he began his college playing and coaching career for the Chippewas basketball team, he roamed the halls and the fields of play at Kent City High School from 2008-2012. Allen competed in Varsity Football, Basketball, and Baseball in his time as

Kent City Athletic Weekly 6-3 — 6-8

It should come as no surprise that the weather cancelled games on Saturday and pushed our schedule into another week. This year’s weather as a whole has been anything but cooperative. Every season (fall, winter, spring) has seen cancellations due to weather. The weather has not stopped us from having a great year though. There

Kent City Falls to Fremont

The Varsity Baseball Team hosted the Fremont Packers last night in their last regular season game before the State Tournament starts on Saturday June 1st.  Kent City struggled to get anything going offensively and Fremont was able to take advantage of a few mistakes early to come away with a 4-0 win.  Brendan Boyd, Nick

Kent City Athletic Weekly 5-27 — 6-1

On Wednesday, I did something I have never done before, I attended the Meijer West Michigan All-Star Meet at Reeths Puffer High School in Muskegon.   I also made my three kids attend as well, because like I told them as we were piling into our car, this will be the last chance you will have

Morley Stanwood and Newaygo too much for the Eagles

On Monday the Baseball Team traveled to Morley Stanwood for their last Conference games of the Season.  In Game 1 the Eagles scored 3 runs in the top of the first to take a 3-1 lead after one inning.  The scored was tied 4-4 going into the bottom of the seventh when Morley took control