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Committed to Excellence — Connecting with Zane Kik

Today we are going to check in with freshman Zane Kik.  Kik is a three sport athlete for Kent City, playing football in the fall, wrestling in the winter, and baseball in the spring.  This past fall, Kik started at quarterback and defensive back for the junior varsity football team.  He also moved up to

WE are Kent City’s Class of 2020 — Dolan Bair

Throughout the spring, we will be pausing to thank our senior athletes and band members for their hard work and dedication to our school community.   We thank our seniors for the opportunity to watch them grow and for leaving a lasting impact on future Eagles!   Join us in wishing the Class of 2020 good luck

Winter All-Conference Athletes — 2019-20

  This year’s winter all-conference pictures and lunch at the Rock on the campus of Ferris State University was cancelled due to school closure.  We waited in hopes that school might resume and we would be able to at the very least, take pictures at Kent City and provide our all-conference athletes a special lunch

Committed to Excellence — Connecting with James Farrington

Today we are going to check in with sophomore James Farrington.  Farrington is a three sport athlete for Kent City,participating in football, wrestling, and track and field.  Last fall, Farrington played the entire season for the varsity football team at linebacker and tight end, helping Kent City qualify for the playoffs for the fourth consecutive

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. 

2020-2021 MHSAA Classifications Released — Eagles move up a division in five sports

This year’s release of the MHSAA Classifications for post-season play for the 2020-2021 school year was met with a little more anticipation than usual.   Next year marks the first year of the new MHSAA football playoff guidelines that will be determined prior to the season beginning.   Instead of determining the divisions according to the enrollment

Let’s Gain New Appreciation for Officials During Down Time

On April 8, Karissa Niehoff, the executive director of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) released an article regarding game officials and some takeaways from this unique time in our history.   She begins by highlighting the number of officials who are using some of their extra time to register to become officials,

Wrestling Team Earns Academic All-State for 5th Consecutive Year; #3 in Division 4.

  Even though the wrestling season has ended, the team received news last week that it had earned academic all-state honors for the 5th consecutive season.  According to Michigan Grappler, the team’s 3.48 GPA of its top 14 varsity wrestlers earned 3rd place in Division 4.  It finished behind Clinton at 3.60 and Leslie at