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Alyssa Larson signs letter of intent to attend Aquinas College, play softball for the Saints

Our varsity girls sports teams have been adding new trophies to our cases at steady clip the past couple of years.   In fact, in consecutive seasons, the varsity volleyball, basketball, and softball teams have secured championships.   This string began in the spring of 2019 with the varsity softball team.   In that season, the Eagles captured

Kent City vs. North Muskegon: Game, Ticketing, and Livestream Information

The varsity volleyball team will start their post-season journey tonight in the Nest with a District Sem-final showdown with North Muskegon.   In a game that might have been better suited for a District or even Regional Final, the two teams will square off at 7:30 p.m. following the conclusion of the Saugatuck vs. WMC game

Kent City Athletic Weekly 11-2 — 11-7

We are in the final guaranteed week for fall sports 2o20 and we have two teams still competing, varsity volleyball and varsity girls cross country.   Both teams have a common denominator that makes them successful, strong senior leadership.   For the volleyball team senior leadership comes in the form of six players: Erica Bull, Jasmine Weeks,

Kent City Athletic Weekly 10-26 — 10-31

Before I get into this weeks’ accomplishments by our student-athletes, I want to draw your attention to this week’s cover photo of senior Layla Martini.   Martini won the CSAA Silver again this past week which we will get to later in the Weekly, but she did it on our newly created home cross country course

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”

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 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 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