Kent City Boys Varsity Track

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Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-25 — 3-30

Hibernation 2018-2019 is nearly over. Most of the snow is gone and my truck needs a realignment after one pass down our road, sure signs that spring is here.  We are still waiting to get outside full time, and it may affect the sports we have scheduled for this week.   Our fields are not quite

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-18 — 3-23

Saturday turned out to be a busy day for Kent City Athletics during this short lull between winter and spring sports.   Between East Lansing and Traverse City, the Eagles were well represented at state-wide functions. At the Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (M.I.A.A.A.) conference, senior Lauren Freeland’s picture was on display for winning one of

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-11 — 3-16

Well, spring sports are here.  All of our high school spring sports teams will begin their practices on Monday, although it will not be outside in spring weather, well maybe spring by Michigan standards.   Even though spring sports are starting, we still need to finish up on the winter season though, as the varsity girls

Eagle of the Week — Jayden Williams

Jayden Williams is making up for lost time.   A year ago, he was sidelined as a sophomore after breaking his arm in the CSAA Individual Wrestling Championships, preventing him from starring in the MHSAA Districts.   This was only a few weeks after he was able to begin wrestling in competition following his transfer from Brimley

18 from 2018: All-State Student Athletes

The days are numbered for 2018, but before it goes for good we wanted to take a moment to look back on what was a great year for the Eagles.  Our student writers sat down before the break to narrow down the top 18 events from 18.  Then each student writer chose six events to