Kent City Boys Varsity Bowling

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Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-9 — 3-14

The adrenaline is still high from Friday — two days later. Case and point — Friday when the trophy ceremony was done in Lansing at Royal Scot Bowling Center, I texted Bill Crane to let him know I was on my way to Kent City at 6:59 p.m. I rolled into the Kent City Parking

What a turnaround! Varsity Girls Bowlers finish 2nd in the State!

Winning was something new to the varsity girls bowling team this season , considering they only won one match over the previous three seasons.   The addition of four freshman bowlers (Carrissa McCullough, Madi Brake, Abby Pecynski, and Lauren Witt), the emergence of junior Mia Schwartz and the leadership of sophomore Peytin Brake quickly turned the

Fast Five: Curtis Poling–Sushi, The Rock, and Coffee

Welcome to this week’s edition of Fast Five, where you can get to know an Eagle athlete through just five questions! This week I talked to Junior Curtis Poling. Curtis is a member of the Boys’ Bowling Team, and this weekend he qualified for the Boys’ Bowling Individual State Championships. 1. What is one food that

Kent City Athletic Weekly 3-2 — 3-7

The seventh Kent City Athletic Hall of Fame class was officially inducted on Friday evening and the same message was prevalent among this year’s inductees: the positive impact that participating in athletics as Kent City High School has played on their lives.   We are now up to 30 individuals and two teams but are always

Bowling Teams take down Grandville in final regular season match

Kent City traveled to Fairlanes in Grandville on Monday to take on class A Grandville Bulldogs in their final regular season dual of the season.   It was also an opportunity to play on the Allen Pattern which they will see on Friday and Saturday at the MHSAA Regionals as they make a bid at advancing

Eagle of the Week — Ty Pyne

Ty Pyne spends a lot of time at the bowling alley — and it shows.   The junior comes from a long line of talented bowlers and is making a name for himself as the leader of Kent City’s upstart bowling team.   Pyne’s impact was felt immediately last season when he was finally able to bowl

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-24 — 2-29

I am extremely thankful for the student-athletes at Kent City Community Schools. In addition to their dedication to their respective programs at practices and in the off-season, we are blessed with some very helpful young adults. This week was a prime example. On Friday, we hosted six middle school wrestling teams in the Nest with

Fast Five: Peytin Brake–Helping Others, Genie Wishes, and Getting Famous

Welcome to this week’s edition of Fast Five, where you can get to know an Eagle athlete through just five questions! This week, I talked to sophomore bowler Peytin Brake. 1. If you had to choose your career path right now, what would you choose?  “If I had to choose a career path right now, I would

Kent City Athletic Weekly 2-17 — 2-22

Believe it or not, our winter sports season is quickly coming to an end.   It seems like it has really gone fast this year, but last weekend marked the beginning of the post-season for our wrestling team.  Always the first to start post-season contests, the wrestling team will be followed by our boys and girls