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Girls Soccer


8/18 Seniors!

Pre-Season Girls’ Soccer Meeting

The Kenston Girls’ soccer team will be having a pre-season meeting this Sunday, April 30 at 7pm in the high school gym.  All former players are expected to attend with at least one parent in attendance.  New athletes are encouraged to attend if they wish to show any interest in playing for the girls’ soccer team in the fall of 2017.  The meeting will be led by our coach, Kathleen Vass, along with the senior captains: Loren Gormley, Corenna Maynard, Ashley McClintock, and Julie Hajdu.  If you have any questions or concerns about not being able to attend the meeting, then please contact coach Kathleen Vass at her email (kathleen.vass@kenstonapps.org) for important information you may miss.

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

Lady Bombers shut out Solon in playoffs

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times November 2, 2015 Tony Lange Scoring a goal in the fourth minute of play, most soccer teams would be gearing in full attack mode to build upon the lead. The Kenston girls, however, were confident enough in their defense to preserve a 1-0 shutout for 76 minutes during the… Continue Reading

Bombers Take Out Chardon

Published in The Geauga County Maple Leaf October 15, 2015 Jamie Ward Kenston heads toward double-digit wins in a turn-around 2015 season. Kathleen Vass is happy with how her Bombers are playing in her first year as head coach. “They’re playing smart soccer right now, which is getting us some good wins,” Vass said last… Continue Reading

Kenston girls savoring 8-4 start

Published in The News-Herald October 5, 2015 Chris Lillstrung After three straight sub-.500 campaigns, an uptick in fortune would be a welcome sight as far as the Kenston girls are concerned. The Bombers have provided the uptick thus far and are hopeful their fortune will only continue to grow from here. Kenston, which went 7-9-2… Continue Reading