Kent City Middle School Football

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78ers Football comes up short against Lakeview

The 78ers football team came up short last week on their mission to defeat the Wildcats of Lakeview and remain undefeated. In a contest that featured two very good football teams, only one could get the W and move to 4-0.   Kent City entered the game short-handed, but the Eagles would remain positive and laser

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

78ers move to 3-0 with 22-12 win over Ludington

The Orioles of Ludington flew south to Kent City on a beautiful October evening, with hopes of getting a W in the Eagle’s nest. The Eagles however had a much different plan in mind and didn’t waste any time implementing it, introducing Ludington to Kent City football. The Eagle’s strong and explosive defense took control

78ers move to 2-0 with 20-6 win over Hudsonville

The Kent City Eagles 78ers football team flew South Wednesday to do battle in the pouring rain with class A powerhouse, the Hudsonville Eagles. Kent City started the contest on defense, where their fast and physical players dominated the line of scrimmage and set the tone for the rest of the game, recovering three fumbles

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

78ers Blank Hesperia 44-0

The 78ers football team began their 2020 season right where they left off last season, in dominate fashion, shutting out conference opponent the Hesperia Panthers, 44-0. The Eagle’s started the contest on offense and never looked back, scoring touchdowns on 6 consecutive drives and successfully completing four 2-point conversions. Great blocking opened up huge holes,

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