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Boys Soccer Has Sadly Come To An End This Season

On October 19th, the boys soccer team traveled to Twinsburg to play their first playoff game. You could tell the boys knew what was at stake that night.  During warm-ups everyone was focused on the game and mentally preparing themselves for the task at hand.  Each player gave their all out on the field by going for every lose ball, pressuring the other team every time they had the ball, and never stopped hustling.   Unfortunately Kenston was not able to come out with the win.  It is always upsetting for everyone when you lose a game, but not more upsetting for the seniors.  For the seniors, they will not be able to play soccer for their high school team ever again.  Anyone who has been part of a high school team knows how emotional it is for seniors when they finish their last season.  In spite of everything that happened the memories made with the team and the friendships formed will last forever. Next year, the seniors will truly be missed by the team.

Boys Soccer Prepares For Playoffs

As the end of the regular season is quickly coming to an end, the boys turn their attention toward preparing for playoffs.  With only one regular season game left this upcoming Saturday this soccer season has seemed to pass by incredibly fast for the team.  With such little time left the seniors are starting to realize… Continue Reading

Kenston Soccer Boy’s Senior Night 2016!

Kenston Soccer Senior night started at 7:00 playing against Willoughby South.  Seniors were Max Rogers, Lucas Hadar, Jack Murphy, Dominic Bartolone, Sam Mendolera, Andy Lenart, Luke Roman, and Zach Penton. All seniors started the game off for Kenston. The first goal was scored by Willioughby South but then was quickly answered by Andy Dicker who… Continue Reading

Just this once, a tie is perfect for Chagrin Falls, Kenston

Published in The News-Herald October 3, 2016 Chris Lillstrung For the 44th time dating to 1983, Chagrin Falls and Kenston were on opposite touchlines Oct. 1 for their annual encounter in one of the premier boys soccer rivalries in The News-Herald coverage area. And for the eighth time among those 44 matches, the Bombers and… Continue Reading