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V Football Season Opener Tonight versus Glen Lake 6pm

The varsity football team opens its season tonight at Rodes Field vs. the Glen Lake Lakers.  Kick off is at 7pm. The Kingsley Athletic Department will be selling family and individual sports passes in the pressbox during the 1st and 2nd quarters.  Come out and support Kingsley Athletics.  

Kingsley High School Boys Varsity Soccer falls to Roscommon High School 3-1

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 5:00 PM Kingsley High School AWAY 1 Roscommon High School HOME 3 Game Recap The Kingsley Boys Soccer team lost its season opener at Roscommon on Tuesday night 3-1. The Stags are back in action Saturday at the Kalkaska Invitational. Box Scores 1 2 Kingsley – 1 Roscommon 2 1

Kingsley Lady Stags Cross Country Finishes 2nd at Chip Hills

Kingsley girls finished second behind Clare in the Red division at the Early Season Warrior Invite in Remus today Red division results Bethany McNair 3rd 21:33 Kelsie Bies 4th 21:35 Grace Kolarik 11th 23:13 Remmi King 14th 23:35 Jacie King 15th 23:38 Morissa Schelich 23:47 Kennedy kibbey 19th 24:16 Katelyn Hillier 27th 26:02 Jane Dunlap 35th 27:29 Janet Carlyon 36th 27:29

Kingsley High School Girls Varsity Volleyball beat Grant High School 1-0

Saturday, August 19, 2017 5:00 PM Grant High School AWAY 0 Kingsley High School HOME 1 Game Recap The Kingsley Stags win the Allendale Tournament going 5-0 on the day! Box Scores 1 2 3 4 5 Grant 24 20 – – – Kingsley 26 25 – – –

Lady Stags Volleyball Wins First Tournament of the Year at Allendale

The Kingsley Stags varsity volleyball team won the first tournament of the year in Allendale, Michigan this weekend. Kingsley defeated Allegan HS 25-14, 25-21, Holland HS 25-17, 25-20, Grant HS 25-13, 25-19 in pool play. The Stags went on to defeat Holland Christian in the semifinals 25-14, 25-21. Finally, Kingsley beat Grant in the finals

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