Kent City Boys Varsity Basketball

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Presenting the 5 greatest athletes from Kent City since 2000 — MLive/Muskegon Chronicle

Kent City has surely seen its share of success over the past 20 years in athletics with 85 Conference championships, 43 District championships, 14 Regional championships, three State runner-up performances, and one State championship.   We have seen thousands of student-athletes come and go during those 20 years and we are thankful for all of them. 

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Kyler Larson

Today we are going to check in with freshman Kyler Larson.  Larson is a three sport (possibly four sport) athlete for the Eagles.   This past fall, Larson started at defensive back for the varsity football team where he helped the Eagles secure their fourth consecutive playoff appearance.   Offensively, Larson played quarterback and wide receiver.   During

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Carter Magoon

Today we are going to check in with sophomore Carter Magoon.  Magoon is a three sport athlete for Kent City playing football, basketball and running track.   Last fall, Magoon was a running back and defensive back for the junior varsity squad.   Over the winter, Magoon played junior varsity basketball.   Last spring, as a freshman, Magoon

CSAA looking at expansion possibilities with ALL of our students’ best interest in mind

Prior to schools closing on Friday, March 13 the athletic directors from the Central States Activities Association (CSAA) met with representatives from three other conferences (West Michigan Conference, Lakes 8, and O.K. Silver) to highlight what we offer both our student athletes, as well as our students in general.   The CSAA is an “activities” conference. 

MHSAA answers key questions on fate of high school sports and coronavirus

Petersburg Summerfield catcher Brock Olmstead (9) is celebrated by teammates during the Division 4 state final last season. (Mike Mulholland | Mulholland |  By Lee Thompson | LANSING, MI – So many pressing questions, so few definitive answers. With the high school sports season in an indefinite holding pattern – throwing both winter and

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Max Hudson

As the world works to stop the spread corona virus, our nation’s sports scene has come to a halt — and rightfully so.  Although we are unable to practice or plays games as we do our part to mitigate the damage from this virus, Kent City student-athletes have taken their training home with them, demonstrating

MHSAA Boys Basketball District Guidelines

The MHSAA announced this morning that Friday’s game will be limited to parents/guardians of players and essential administrators.   Therefore anyone outside of these two categories will not be allowed into Friday’s District finals contest against West Michigan Christian.   Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for parents/guardians with tip-off scheduled for 6:00 p.m.  We will disperse

Kent City bounces back for a win on Senior Night; Kent City 61 Orchard View 54

The boys varsity had a great bounce back win last night over a very athletic and talented Orchard View team 61-54.  It was a very close game all the way until a couple minutes into the fourth quarter when the Eagles pushed the lead to 12 points.  The surge came, in big part, to triples

Eagles pick up road win against Hesperia, 76-21

The boys varsity got the road win over an undermanned Hesperia team 76-21.  The Eagles defense led to a lot of transition baskets, and they shared the ball very well. Every player scored for Kent City and they were led by Eli Carlson who had 19 points. Brendan Boyd provided a good spark off the