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Bomber runners continue their postseason run

Last Wednesday (5/16) and Friday (5/18) the track teams competed at the Austintown Fitch District Meet. Members of the girls and boys track teams continue their postseason run by qualifying for the Division I regional championships. On Wednesday both the boys and girls 4×800 relay teams qualified for regionals by finishing in the top 4 teams. The girls team of Kate Taylor, Kate Haynes, Ellie Pleune and Loren Gormley finished 3rd with a time of 9:50. The boys 4×800 relay team of Jakob McConnell, Casey Pleune, Sam Markel and Kyle Silk finished 2nd with a time of 8:07. The 4×800 teams both put up season best times and look to continue the hot streak at regionals. The team of Izzy Gabram, Megan Randall, Rhianna Patrick, and Elyse Myles finished within the top 4 in both the 4×100 and 4×200 relay. This team has been consistently fast all year and put up more great times with 50.08 and 1:46.45. The anchor leg of both those relays, Elyse Myles, has been dominant all year and finished 3rd in the 200 with a blazing time of 26.45. Cameryn Walters stepped up to the show and showed her confidence winning the girls discuss. The distance duo of Kate Taylor and Ellie Pleune continued their amazing performances with Kate qualifying in the 800 and Ellie qualifying in the 1600 and 3200. In the 800 Kate put up an outstanding race finishing 2nd in 2:20. Ellie proved her toughness against very tough competitors by qualifying in both the 1600 and 3200. On the boys side Andy Dicker vaulted his way to regionals with a height of 11-08. The boys 4×200 relay of Dorion Talley, Kee-shaun Merrill, Matt Iklodi and Bransen Stanley has been great all year and finished 4th in 1:31.73 to qualify for the regional meet. Jakob McConnell proved he is one of the areas top runners by qualifying in both the 1600 and 3200. All these athletes showed how elite they are in one of Ohio’s toughest districts. The Bombers look to qualify runners for the state meet this Wednesday and Friday.

Come Support Boy’s Lacrosse

On May 4th, the boy’s lacrosse team takes on their rival Chagrin Falls at 7:00p.m. The Bombers look to stun Chagrin by ending a 6 year losing streak. Senior attackmen Will Britton, Brian Apshago, Clay Barkan, and Jack Rogers all look to have break out games. Along with our fast paced midfielder’s Brandon Oakes, Val… Continue Reading

Spring Senior Athlete’s Picture Locations

April 20, 2016 KAB is excited to announce the picture placement of the Spring Athletes with the Senior Athlete Pride Picture Program. Local stores, restaurants and retailers will feature Senior Athletes by Season. Their picture will proudly be displayed in their store throughout the season. The Program is a great way of featuring our athletes… Continue Reading

Kenston Girls Soccer: Car Wash

Please come and support the Kenston girls soccer team at Piazza’s Salon and Spa. There is no cost, but donations are gladly accepted. As a team we are all working to make this car wash the best one yet! It is from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday, May 20th 2018. We have separated… Continue Reading

Come Support Senior Track Members Tonight

Come on out and show your support to the Kenston Track team as they compete tonight. The meet will start at 4:00p.m held at high school against Madison. The meet will be until 6:30 to 7:00 and we hope that you show your support and watch as Kenston beats Madison. Families and Friends are more… Continue Reading

Kenston vs. Bay

Make sure to come out and show your support for the boys lacrosse teams today April 23, 2018. Kenston will be playing Bay, both games are home at the turf field. JV will start playing at 5 and the Varsity team will follow at 7. Come watch the Bombers beat Bay! Continue Reading

Boy’s Lacrosse Update

On Saturday, the Bombers go head to head with Wooster high school.  With the team coming back to full strength the team looks to roll right past them. After defeating Archbishop Hoban earlier this week, this game is crucial to earn a good spot for playoff rankings.  The following games consist of Bay, Orange, and… Continue Reading

Men’s Lacrosse Ranked 8th in Ohio

Kenston’s 2018 Varsity lacrosse team is having an incredible season so far with a record of 6-1.  They are currently ranked eighth out of all teams in Ohio and ranked third in OH 2 Region-6.  Kenston lacrosse player Clay Barkan said, “The coaches were right when they said this was the most talented team they… Continue Reading

Division Change for Kenston Hockey

Every two years, the GCHSHL makes changes to each division to ensure each division has competitive hockey teams. With the end of this past season, speculations around Shaker making a move to be the first public high school in the GLHL was confirmed. They moved into the GLHL, which is traditionally a private school exclusive… Continue Reading