The boys Track team look to win another title to keep the eight year consecutive title alive. Last year the boys Track team won the WRC with a score of 112.6, they look to repeat that and do even better this year. Senior James Thigpen, who runs the 100 meter, 200 meter, 4×1, Long jump, and High jump says he is looking forward to winning another WRC title to make it his fourth consecutive title here at Kenston. Last year only one person claimed gold which was Tyler Cooper in the 1,600 meter run. The boys this year will be trying to repeat the example that was set last year in the new WRC conference. From runners to throwers, everyone is trying to compete and win the WRC. Senior Dylan Borland, who throws shot put, is coming off of a shoulder surgery, said he is looking forward to throwing again and is trying to set new PR’s for himself. The Kenston boy’s motto is “Everyone Matters” and this shows by how everyone wants to compete and work to keep bringing home conference titles for Kenston High School. This will be a good season for the WRC Champion boys as they try to continue the winning ways at Kenston.
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May 20, 2016 Boys Payton Hulsinger, Sr. (300 hurdles), Jakob McConnell, Fr. (3,200), Sam Slezak, Jr. (800), 4×200 relay (Payton Hulsinger, Sr., Collin Kure, Sr., Ben Poe, Sr., Sam Slezak, Jr.), 4×400 relay (Sam Slezak, Jr., Tyler Cooper, Sr., Kevin Robinson, Sr., Ben Poe, Sr.), 4×800 relay (Kevin Robinson, Sr., Sam Slezak, Jr., Drew Sanders,… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times May 19, 2016 Tony Lange Conferences might change but the winning formula for success doesn’t – at least in the case of the Kenston boys track and field program. After winning seven consecutive titles in the Chagrin Valley Conference, the Bombers continued doing what they do with another banner-hanging… Continue Reading
Published in The Geauga County Maple Leaf May 19, 2016 Rich Kelly Whereas the Chardon and Kenston girls tracksters beat all the competition at the Western Reserve Conference track meet last week, the boys from Geauga County fought tooth-and-nail all the way until the end. It was a sound strategy at the SPIRE Institute in… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald May 12, 2016 Nate Barnes Chardon’s girls team nearly snared victory more than a few times during the regular season. In each instance, the Hilltoppers were left only with a runner-up finish. Chardon broke through that second-place ceiling in convincing fashion at the best possible time on May 11 at the… Continue Reading