Kent City Junior Varsity Football

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Eagles fight hard but come up short, Orchard View 14 Kent City 8

The Kent City Eagles hosted their last junior varsity contest of the very strange and unusual 2020 season against the Orchard View Cardinals. The Eagles won the coin toss and elected to defer to the second half. The Cardinals took the opening kickoff and marched down the field in 8 plays to put the first

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-19 — 10-24

The Eagles made it official on Friday night in Lakeview as Kent City captured their 4th conference championship in football in five seasons.   Now talk is cheap and no one knows that better than those associated with Kent City’s football program.   Since taking over the program in 2016, Coach Bill Crane has “changed the culture”

Belding overpowers J.V. Football Team

The Kent City Eagles had their 5th game of the season last night, welcoming the Belding Black Knights to Ward Memorial Field. The Eagles elected to receive in the first half and struggled offensively out of the gate, forcing a punt on their opening drive.  The Black Knights wasted no time finding the end-zone, scoring

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-12 — 10-17

On Saturday, the Kent City’s soccer team finished up their conference season in the 5th and 6th place game against Lakeview.   Prior to the game, patches honoring the late Alex Solorio were sewed on each sleeve.   Then after the game, each player received a water bottle from Alex’s family to help players remember that they

Kent City vs. White Cloud — Game and Livestream Information

On Friday, Kent City will take on White Cloud for the 56th time since 1950, the Eagles have not played another team more than the Indians (Hesperia is tied).   After a season without varsity football, White Cloud is back and much improved with a group that came into Ward Memorial Field last year and beat

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-5 — 10-10

I guess you could say I am in or around the school on a regular basis.   On Friday, I happened to be walking past the gym when the school was dark and noticed someone had left the lights on over the west wall.   If you noticed the cover photo, this also happens to be where

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 9-27 — 10-3

I did not want to start this week’s Athletic Weekly with reminders about the pandemic because it was a great week for Kent City Athletics and with a few exceptions, our STUDENT-ATHLETES are doing a great job with the protocols so THEY can continue to compete this fall.   If you are unaware of the global

Kent City J.V. Football falls to Godwin Heights 28-4

Kent City traveled south to play Godwin Heights on Thursday evening.   Kent City elected to receive and was moving the ball well, but the drive was stalled and the Eagles were forced to punt. Godwin Heights came back with a drive of their own. They drove the ball 50 yards and scored their first touchdown

Kent City Athletic Weekly 9-21 — 9-26

The sun seemed to shine a little brighter this weekend after a great week by the student-athletes at Kent City.   Not only did our student-athletes perform well on the field, court, and course, but they have also quickly adapted to the many changes and safety protocols that come with a global pandemic.   It is important

Kent City Athletic Weekly 9-14 — 9-19

The word normal has been thrown around over the last six months like it is going out of style . . . and maybe it is?   Well last week with the start of some more sports at Kent City we are getting back to some more normalcy, but we are not there yet.   The MHSAA