6/8 Football is Back!
It may seem early but The Kenston football team is already putting in hard work for next season. After last year’s amazing turnaround from the 2016 season of 2-8 to 8-2, they were hoping for a spot in the playoffs but were unfortunately “mathematically eliminated.” There were many comments from around the community about this “It hurts. But we will be back next year with great determination, motivation, ready to make it OUR year!” Said bomber elite club. The Bombers are putting tremendous effort in the weight room this winter and are very focused on getting stronger each day so they can put their best effort on to the field in June.
“Ten in a row eleven at home,” said Coach Jeff Grubich.
February 7, 2018 Kee-Shaun Merrill, a talented senior receiver from the Kenston football team, signed a National Letter of Intent on Feb. 7. Merrill will continue his football career with Division II Ashland. As a senior, Merrill caught 33 passes for 422 yards for the Bombers, and was also a game-breaking returnman. Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times December 14, 2017 Timothy Tedeschi On Bob Hallen’s off days from the Rocky River Fire Department in the fall, he probably can be found at Kenston High School, helping to coach the football team’s offensive line. The former Atlanta Falcons and San Diego Chargers center used his NFL alumnus… Continue Reading
This football season has been the best season Kenston Football has had in the last three years. The team worked hard and earned everything they accomplished. This season four players made All-State players of the year. Jack Porter made 1st Team All-State for Running Back, Alex Robarge made 2nd Team All-State for O-line, Bransen Stanley… Continue Reading
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The Kenston Bombers have not been that good the last two seasons with the 2014-15 season being 3-7 and the 2015-16 season 2-8. They were projected to be the worst team in the Western Reserve Conference and win 2 games the whole year and win no conference games. But the Bombers blocked out all of… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times November 2, 2017 Tony Lange The Kenston football team ended its campaign with a win, but it wasn’t on the stage the Bombers wanted. Kenston owned the No. 3 spot in the Division III, Region 9 computer rankings entering a week-10 season finale against a one-win Willoughby South team… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald October 28, 2017 Tim Yokules THE LOWDOWN Kenston defeated South, 38-8, on Oct. 27 at Bomber Stadium. The host Bombers started their scoring on the second drive, going 92 yards in 14 plays, capped off by a 4-yard run by quarterback Jonathan Tomcufcik. They converted the two-point play on a pass… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 26, 2017 Tony Lange Oh, boy. That Chardon wing-T resembled an avalanche just getting started from the hilltop – the Kenston boys saw it coming, but it appeared there was no way to stop it during Western Reserve Conference action on Friday night at Memorial Field. Chardon junior… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald October 23, 2017 John Kampf Eight years ago, a pair of young teachers at Forest Park Junior High School in Euclid sat together in the lunch room and talked about their day. The two social studies teachers — one teaching sixth-graders and one teaching seventh-graders — discussed teaching methods, their students,… Continue Reading