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Girls Soccer Needs a Win

Though the girls soccer team has a record of 5-5, they are 4-0 in conference games. Tuesday, September 26, Kenston battles against Mayfield, and we will see who has a higher seed in the playoffs. The team will not have their starting varsity center defender, Sofija Raudins; so the team needs to work hard to play without her. Sophomore, Claire Nidy, said, “If we work as a team and focus on the game, we can beat Mayfield.” Come support the Kenston girls soccer team tomorrow with JV at 5 p.m. and Varsity at 7 p.m.


Girls soccer 4-0 in WRC!

The girls soccer team trampled over Brush in their game on Monday, September 18.  Goals were scored in both the first half and in the second half; first half goals made by Elise Markley and Anna Sanders and second half goals made by Markley and Elyse Myles. The Bombers faced some new challenges this game… Continue Reading

Lady Bombers Have Streak Going

The first half ended with Kenston leading 1-0, goal scored by Corenna Maynard, but the girls kept the ball on the offensive side for the majority of the half. Madison Journey said, “The coaching at half time really influenced the team to try hard and put a lot of energy into the second half.” In… Continue Reading

Big Win for Kenston

The soccer girls continued their winning streak Tuesday night as they played their second conference game against Willoughby South. The first half ended with the score of 0-0, but Kenston took the lead of 3-0 in the second half. The goals were score by senior, Elise Markley; sophomore, Elyse Myles; and junior, Sofija Raudins. Sophomore,… Continue Reading

Bombers Fly Past Chardon for the Win

Kenston girls soccer team faced their first conference competitor, Chardon, on Tuesday night. After 2 goals in the first half from senior, Elise Markley and sophomore, Elyse Myles, Kenston took a 2-0 lead until Chardon scores with eighteen minutes left in the first half. The Lady Bombers soon fired back in the second half with… Continue Reading

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