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Community Events, February 2016
Kentwood is in, Kentridge remains in the hunt and Kent-Meridian and Kentlake met elimination in the district playoffs Friday.
Kentwood and Kentridge are within reach of state Class 4A state basketball berths.
The Kentwood High School cheer program took first place in two division at the state championships on Jan. 30 at the Alaska Airlines Arena on the University of Washington campus.
Kent-Meridian High School's Keeley Phommathirath and Kentridge's Peyton Chick signed letters of intent on Feb. 3 to play college soccer. Phommathirath plans to attend Central Washington University in Ellensburg, while Chick will head to Western Washington University in Bellingham.