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Kent City Athletic Weekly 11-16 — 11-21 — Revised

The rest of our winter sports teams are set to begin on Monday, joining the girls basketball teams who are a week in.   Boys basketball (freshman, junior varsity, and varsity), wrestling (varsity), and boys and girls bowling (varsity) can officially began practicing.   If you have any questions about practice times and locations, contact the coach

MHSAA changes pre-participation physical exam requirement for 2020-21

In response to COVID-19, the MHSAA made some changes to the requirements for 2020-21 athletic seasons, most notably, waiving the pre-participation physical exam for students who have previously had one done.   Any student with a valid physical exam dated on or after April 15, 2019, will only need to fill out the health questionnaire that

Add Rest Days to Your Workout Routines — MHSAA Second Half Page

In a recently published article sports medicine specialist, James Moeller, M.D., discusses the importance of “rest and rejuvenation” as part as your workout plans.  Dr. Moeller offers five guidelines for rest days so athletes can allow their muscles time to rebuild.   One of the many advantages to the workouts on PLT4M, rest days are built

Logan McVicker leads the way — PLT4M Workouts 5-24 — 5-30

We had 39 student-athletes log on to PLT4M this past week, which is eight less from last week’s number.    Of those 39 who logged a workout on PLT4M last week, 28 were on multiple times.  Our perfect attendance list only had 6 student-athletes who made it five times: Carson Chilson, Jenna Harrison, Alyssa Larson, Logan McVicker, Jaren

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

Back to Week One! PLT4M Workouts 5-17 — 5-23

We had 47 student-athletes log on to PLT4M this past week, which is one less from last week’s number.    Of those 47 who logged a workout on PLT4M last week, 30 were on multiple times.  Our perfect attendance list only had 6 student-athletes who made it six times: Kenzie Bowers, Lexie Bowers, Kierra Flegel, Alyssa

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

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