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Wednesday Morning Football Workouts

If you are planning on playing football next year you might want to show up to school every other Wednesday at 6:00 a.m. We will be doing agility stations. If you show up it will make you a better athlete. Showing up would make a good impression on the coaches. After we are done, we will be fed breakfast. This will be every other Wednesday until further notice. “It will not be conditioning,” said Coach Grubich. “The grind builds team chemistry, ” said Nick Hanna.

Why You Should Play Football

Football has many benefits to playing the sport. Football can get you in to shape and make you a better athlete in other sports too. The sport is hard and there is a lot of conditioning but it is worth it. Football has also been known for injuries, but we have a lot of things… Continue Reading

Football Signing Day

It is that time of year again when fall athletes select the schools they will continue their academic and athletic careers.  The football team has 3 and potentially 4 college athletes.  Caleb Dancy, 6’3″ 300 pound defensive tackle is attending Gannon University in Pennsylvania after considering other options.  Caleb had a great senior year and… Continue Reading

Football Banquet

Kenston’s football banquet was on November 9th, and multiple awards were given out and seniors will move onto a new chapter in life or into a further football career. And many multiple memories were made over the years with players and coaches. Continue Reading

Kenston ends with victory

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times November 3, 2016 Tony Lange With a pair of bookend victories, Kenston gridders (2-8) were able to finish their season on a good note with a 31-24 home triumph against Brush (4-6) on Friday night for their first win at their renovated stadium in Bainbridge. A 24-yard touchdown pass… Continue Reading

Bombers’ big comeback cut short against South, 45-38

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 20, 2016 Tony Lange Willoughby South 210-pound senior receiver Devanaire Conliffe was bulldozing Kenston like a gold-hungry miner clearing overburden during week-eight gridiron action on Friday night in Bainbridge Township. The vising playmaker scored on a 37-yard touchdown run in the first quarter and then on 67- and… Continue Reading

JV Nail Biter vs. Eastlake North

The JV game vs. Eastlake North was a nail biter coming down to one play at the end of the fourth quarter. The game started off good for the Bombers with a stop on defense forcing Eastlake to punt. The Bombers then continued to play well, scoring multiple times in the first quarter.  Eastlake wasn’t… Continue Reading

We Can’t Wait For The New Staduim

Kenston’s new stadium has been creating a lot of hype around the Kenston community. We have been anxiously waiting for the new stands to be finished. While the main stadium is under construction Kenston’s Athletic Staff has been great at providing fields for the fall sports teams. They have been able to utilize the extra… Continue Reading