Kent City Boys Varsity Golf

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Consistency and focus are keys to varsity golf teams 2nd place finish in CSAA

The varsity golf team narrowly missed having the first first-team all-conference golfer from Kent City in the CSAA Bronze since joining the conference.  Yet the team was able to put the finishing touches on another 2nd place finish in the conference at Cedar Chase Golf Course on Tuesday.  Despite having no individual finish in the

Eagle of the Week — Dylan Denhof

If you think about it, hunting and golf have a quite a bit in common.  For instance, to be effective at either, you must have patience, a laser focus, and accuracy.  Both sports require a love for the outdoors, and in many cases, a killer instinct is a necessity for success.   It is no wonder

Kent City Athletic Weekly 5-6 — 5-11

On Friday morning, we had some visitors at Kent City Community Schools.  While preparing our fields for play, Tim Parmeter came across five sand hill cranes in the grass behind the home stand at Ward Memorial Field.   When I saw this, I thought maybe it was a sign of favorable weather for the remainder of

Varsity golf finishes second jamboree in second place, for sure this time!

The varsity golf team left Whitefish Lake GC one week ago thinking that it’s total of 393 had been good enough for second on the day.  It wasn’t until days later that it was discovered that the score for Tri-County had been miscalculated by the iWanamaker scoring app being piloted by the CSAA.  The Vikings

Kent City Athletic Weekly 4-29 — 5-4

Spring sports can sometimes be a scheduling nightmare.  You have your regularly scheduled contests.  Then you add in the make-up contests.  Plus you have to take into account other school events.   Pretty soon you are watching the weather religiously only to be disappointed by George Lessons or Bill Steffens.  This week is a prime example. 

Eagle of the Week — Paul Yates

On Thursday at the Wildcat Match Play event at St. Ives Golf Course we learned a lot about Paul Yates.   Typically not a sport associated with toughness, the junior demonstrated what grit looks like on the golf course.   After completing 25 holes in the rain, Yates found himself down to his opponent by two strokes

Eagle Invite at The Falls: Individual Medals and Team finishes 2nd

Eighty-two golfers representing 14 schools took part in the 2nd Annual Kent City Eagle Invite at The Falls on Saturday.  After six hours of golf, the Kent City team claimed a 2nd place finish in the White Division with a team total of 378.  Individuals Alec VanNorman (88), Dylan Denhof (91), and Paul Yates (93)

Varsity golf team finishes T-3rd at St. Ives, Yates wins flight championship

Sixteen teams arrived at St. Ives Golf Club on Thursday with hopes of bringing home individual and team championship hardware at the conclusion of the 27-hole match play event.  As is typical of Michigan weather during this time of year, the cold temperatures and persistent rain made the nine and a half hours of golf

The future is now for the 2019 varsity boys golf team

Kent City Varsity Boys Golf 2019 As today is their third match of the season, it’s about time for a varsity golf season preview. Last year’s team had a very successful year, finishing second in the CSAA Bronze to state-ranked Big Rapids. Three golfers finished all-conference honorable mention, and overall it was the best season

Cancellations — Thursday, April 11, 2019

The following cancellations have been made due to today’s weather conditions at Kent City Community Schools: Thursday, April 11, 2019 Middle School Girls Soccer vs. Wyoming Lee 4:30 p.m. CANCELLED — We are working on a possible reschedule and will pass that information along as soon as we have it. Middle School Baseball Practice 3:30