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Here at the Kent Cyclones organization, we have outstanding individuals who not only excel as hockey players, but also prove that they are versatile athletes and scholars as well.  We want to recognize their outstanding performance OUTSIDE THE RINK.

Not only does the Kent Cyclones have excellent hockey players, but excellent leaders in their community, school, and church.  We want to highlight these athletes who excel in these areas as well as their achievements in the other sports they play.  The Kent Cyclones are proud of the leaders they have become outside the rink.  Congratulations to our KENT CYCLONE athletes and their parents.


2015

 

 Player of the Month Anthony Calleri - US Soccer Link

 

Anthony Calleri was one of 15 Ohio youth soccer players with a 2002 birthday chosen to attend the U.S.
Soccer Training Center.   It is an opportunity for players to train under the
direction of U.S. Soccer Youth National Team coaches and staff.  This camp is
designed to improve talent identification and evaluation, and player
development. The camp was run by U.S. Soccer Federation technical advisor and
coaching staff. 

 

 2014


Philip Macomber, member of the Cyclone B1 team, also plays football for Stanton Middle School.  He plays defensive tackle and helped his team go undefeated with an 8-0 record.


Charlie Huscroft and Gavin Markham take a break from hockey to compete in the Portage County Amateur this summer.  The boys went 1st and 2nd and both play on the Kent PW 1 team!



 

Anthony Calleri is a member of the Internationals Soccer Club U12 Team.  Anthony's team was the Runner up in the State Cup tournament in June.  Anthony is a member of the PW1 team.  Congratulations Anthony!



Gabe Dearden received a top honor at Silver Lake Elementary School.  Each month one male and one female are selected as the Student of the Month.  Gabe is described by his teacher, Mrs. Henninger, as "a leader among his classmates and sets a great example" for them to follow.  Some of his qualities that were recognized by his teachers were that he is "anxious to learn, easy going, always happy and a joy to be around."   His teachers recognize that hockey is important to Gabe and that although it takes up a lot of his time, he has never turned in a late assignment and comes prepared for all tests. Gabe is one of the members on the PW 1 team.  Congratulations Gabe!