Kent City Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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JV boys basketball beats Morley Stanwood, 53-34

Our JV boys started off the game strong against Morley. We worked the ball well against the zone creating many good looks at the basket. This led to our best scoring quarter on the night with 21 point.  Defensively we communicated the best we have all year as well, giving up 4 points in the

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-15 — 3-20

We just passed the one year anniversary of the initial shutdown for COVID-19 last week.   Our varsity boys basketball team was preparing to play West Michigan Christian in the District Finals, after handing our neighbors to the west their first loss of the season on their home court before a packed crowd.   That team is

JV boys basketball beats Morley Stanwood 41-36

Our Kent City JV boys team traveled to Morley Stanwood last Thursday. We got off to a slow start in the first quarter as Morley grabbed a 9-4 lead. Noel Coronado got us going with a three at the top of the key as we entered the second quarter with a 10-9 lead. Our defense

JV boys basketball falls to Orchard View 37-19

Our JV boys team struggled on the offensive end. We moved the ball well to start the game getting a quick basket underneath from Zach Devoogd. However, turnovers would lead to fast breaks for Orchard View and an early lead, 10-3 after the first quarter. Much like the first quarter we continued to get open

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-8 — 3-13

If it seems like this winter season has gone fast, it is because it has!   This upcoming week is the final week of the regular season for both our bowling and wrestling teams, while our basketball teams have one more week before the MHSAA post-season begins.   One thing that has been constant throughout all of

JV Boys Basketball picks up road win over Hesperia

Our JV boys basketball team improved to 4-3 Monday night earning a 54-14 victory over Hesperia. Josh Anderson got us going with two quick threes. We moved the ball well offensively, giving us many great looks at the basket. William Duran had a great second quarter as he would score all 10 points to take

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-1 — 3-6

One of the many great things about the Central States Activities Association is it encompasses much more than just athletics.   Two of our teams have also been competing this winter, and like many of our athletic teams, were crowned CSAA champions.   The forensics team captured back to back league championships this past week, with several