I interviewed Kenston senior, Alex Kreuzer, about last season, his opinions, and his plans. Alex is a 3 year varsity athlete, who played midfield and forward for the Kenston Men’s Varsity Soccer Team.
Q- How do you feel about last year’s 7-7-2 season?
A- “I definitely feel like we could’ve done better, and been more organized…(we could’ve) played as a unit and been focused on the main goal.”
Q- What do you think should be done differently next year?
A- “The unit of the team needs to come together, become like a family, and work harder.”
Q- Do you plan on continuing your soccer career in college?
A- “Yeah, I’m attending CSU (Cleveland State University) and playing as a walk-on.”
Q- What was your favorite memory from the last 4 years? last season?
A- “That’s a tough one… I’d have to say winning the WRC (Western Reserve Conference) was the greatest feeling, that was sophomore year… My best memory from last season was playing in a perfect game, the weather was perfect, we were all playing in unison, and I felt like we were professionals… I had one chip to Timmy (Shindika) and he missed and hit the post, but that pass to set him up made me feel in rhythm, like a pro. Also, the crazy header from Andy Dicker when he jumped over all those people.”
Q- Who will step-up next season to fill the senior’s spots?
A- “Definitely Aidan Zak, if he keeps up that work, Donny Maynard, Jack Roman, Andrew Watts, Ben Kapcio will have to step-up big, and David Cooper and others, if they actually run.”
The Kenston Boys Soccer Team sadly had their season come to an end last night in an emotional loss to Nordonia. The game ended with a score of 2-1. Immense effort was shown by everyone as they played their hearts out and left it all on the field. After the game the team gathered around… Continue Reading
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By David Rosinski and Jake Baucco The Kenston Boys Soccer team started the season off with a hard fought loss to Aurora. Although the boys lost,they new that their performance was something to be proud of, due to Aurora’s great soccer program. With the new uniforms giving the team a fresh look, they were excited… Continue Reading