Attention all High School Girls: Powderpuff FOOTBALL IS HERE! See Mr. Thompson to sign up to play powderpuff football by FRIDAY.. Cost is $12 and you will get a shirt to decorate. Seniors get first color choice, followed by Juniors, Sophomores, and then Freshmen. The sophomores vs. freshmen game will begin at 5:30pm followed by the seniors vs. the juniors on Saturday, SEPTEMBER 13th (Fall Festival) with two practices next week tba. Fireworks will follow the games. Admission for spectators is $2.00 per person.
4th Hour Spanish with Mr. Kik will be in Room 304!
In their 1st contest of the season, the KC girls' cross country team turned in a solid performance placing 2nd overall in the six team home meet. Kent City girls lost to a talented Covenant Christian squad, but outperformed White Cloud, Tri County, Newaygo, and CTA. Leading the way for the Eagles was Ana Swanson (3rd) with a time of 22:37. Freshmen Ryan Kik earned a top ten finish in her first high school race with 10th place finish in a time of 24:42. Becky Sizemore (15th) 24:59; Caity Swanson (17th) 25:04; Sarah Sizemore (19) 25:12; Michelle Alt (20) 25:22; Molly Ignasiak (22) 25:31; Kaitlin Rich (23) 26:09; Kelsey Toporski (27) 27:44; Diana Serrano (28) 28:12; Erica Austin (29) 28:16; and Sondra McCullough (38) 31:13 all contributed to the team effort.
Freshman Fraser Wilson got his high school XC career off to a fast start on last Tuesday at home . . . literally. Wilson won the boys' race at the Kent City Early Bird Invite beating 48 other runners in a time of 17:15. Despite Wilson's dominance, the Eagles struggled as a team due to the absence of a 5th runner. Following Wilson, was Ben Swanson (16th) with a time of 21:03; Nick Kridler (27th) with a time of 23:08; and Mitchell VanOeffelen (44th) with a time of 26:08. If you are interested in joining to help the Eagles have more depth, see Coach Evers, Wilson, or Gerbers.
Kent City's varsity football team lost to a very good Ravenna team last Friday night. Leading the way for the Eagles were Nick Alt who had a touchdown run and a 61 yard touchdown pass to Luke Scheuneman. Zach Widener threw a two point conversion to Tyler Ergang. Dustin Heeringa finished with 115 yards receiving. The defense was led by Dustin Heeringa and Chase Stockhill with 10 tackles each, Tyler Ergang and Quinn Kooman chipped in with 7 each. Luke Scheunaman had an interception and Dustin and Dylan Watson had a sack. The varsity plays this Friday night at Kelloggsville.