Kent City Boys Freshman Basketball

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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

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

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

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Will Harrison

Today we are going to check in with freshman Will Harrison.  Harrison plays two sports for the Eagles, football in the fall and basketball in the winter.   This past fall, Harrison played offensive and defensive line for the junior varsity football team.   In the winter, Harrison took to the hardwood where he played on the

Eagles Win! Freshman Boys Basketball defeats Hart 46-24

It has been a long time coming for the Kent City freshman boys basketball team to get a win. Last night the boys played Hart at home and got off to a great start jumping out to a 10-6 lead at the end of the first quarter. You could tell they were determined to win

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-24 — 2-29

I am extremely thankful for the student-athletes at Kent City Community Schools. In addition to their dedication to their respective programs at practices and in the off-season, we are blessed with some very helpful young adults. This week was a prime example. On Friday, we hosted six middle school wrestling teams in the Nest with

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-17 — 2-22

Believe it or not, our winter sports season is quickly coming to an end.   It seems like it has really gone fast this year, but last weekend marked the beginning of the post-season for our wrestling team.  Always the first to start post-season contests, the wrestling team will be followed by our boys and girls

Kent City Falls Short Against Big Rapids

Kent City’s freshman boys basketball team traveled to Big Rapids on Thursday January 30th. The first time these two teams played, Big Rapids created a lot of turnovers, as they would beat Kent City 58-18. This time around Kent City would put up a better fight. Kent City limited their turnovers helping them play more

Freshmen Boys fall short against Muskegon Oakridge, 61-50

Kent City’s freshman boys basketball team took on Oakridge on Thursday January 23rd. The boys had their best offensive performance scoring 50 points on the night. The Eagles ran through their offense effectively but struggled getting the ball through the hoop at times. In the first quarter, the Oakridge press slowed the Eagles down as