Kent City Girls 8th Grade Basketball

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Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-1 — 3-6

One of the many great things about the Central States Activities Association is it encompasses much more than just athletics.   Two of our teams have also been competing this winter, and like many of our athletic teams, were crowned CSAA champions.   The forensics team captured back to back league championships this past week, with several

8th Grade Girls Basketball go 2-0 at Big Rapids

On Saturday, February 20th, our 8th grade girls basketball team defeated Hesperia, 52-8, and Big Rapids, 44-30. Our leading scorer against Hesperia was Hailey Kamphuis with 18 points. Against Big Rapids, Alyssa Miller led our team with 21 points. Everyone one on the team played great defense, but especially Deanna Rodriguez. She was always in

Kent City Athletic Weekly — 2-22 — 2-27

Another week in the books and another 15-2 performance by the Eagles during this crazy 2021 season.   For those keeping score at home, that is a 41-4 record for our varsity winter sports teams since our bowlers started on Monday, January 25! Our varsity girls teams (bowling & basketball) have not lost a single game

All Kent City Games/Matches in the Nest being streamed on the NFHS Network

Our Pixellott cameras are installed and hooked up.   We submitted our schedule to the NFHS Network and tonight’s games will be the inaugural voyage with our new technology.   If you have not watched a game on the NFHS Network, I think you will be pleasantly surprised with this technology.   The three camera system is designed

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-15 — 2-20

We are off and running!  Kent City had a successful “first” week of winter sports on many fronts.   The varsity teams posted a 15-2 record this week; our student-athletes have been upholding their end of the bargain to safely play sports during a pandemic, and our record in the class room following the 1st semester

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-8 — 2-13

Buckle up . . .  and mask up everyone, because our winter sports (except bowling) are headed into their first week of competition and have six weeks for a regular season that normally spans 14 weeks!   There are still many questions that have yet to be answered, but we will do our best to communicate

Put a Stop to Recurring Injuries — from the MHSAA Second Half page

It is important for our student-athletes to pay attention to their health and well-being.   The loss of spring sports has only magnified the fact that you only get so many opportunities to participate in interscholastic athletics, therefore, sitting out because of an injury that may have been prevented is worth the precautions needed to avoid