Kent City baseball team captures its first league championship in 36 years

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The Kent City baseball team earned its first conference championship in 36 years in a split doubleheader against Morley Stanwood on Tuesday.

LSJ Logo incertThe Eagles clinched the conference title with a 9-4 victory in the opener, then fell 9-2 in the nightcap.

Kent City, which is now 16-5 on the season and 16-1 in league play, was led in Game 1 by Skylour Campbell with three hits, including a double. Cody Bowers added two hits and two RBIs.

Hunter Babbitt chipped in with two RBIs for Kent City while Quinn Koomen and Luke Scheuneman had an RBI apiece.

Koomen tossed a complete win for the Eagles, striking out eight hitters. .

In Game 2, Colton Atwood led Kent City with two hits while Jace Dailey and Scheuneman added a double.

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