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Spring Track

With February flying by, Outdoor Track and Field is just around the corner. If you are interested in being a part of the outdoor track and field team this spring you can sign up here.

No matter what event you wish to participate in, it does not matter if you are the fastest or the slowest. Our coaches make sure that everyone works hard and improves their athleticism and sportsmanship, as well as as improve and create relationships with teammates.

If you are a returning track athlete, you still have to sign up with the link above!

Kenston boys capture ninth straight conference title

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times May 18, 2017 Tony Lange Track and field coaches usually rely upon one or two heavy hitters in each event to go out and score points for their teams during conference championship meets. When entering a third athlete in an event, oftentimes the message is to go chase a…

Kenston boys, Chardon girls reign at bizarre Western Reserve Conference meet

Published in The News-Herald May 12, 2017 Chris Lillstring Daunting, defining … and dark. If you thought the 2014 Premier Athletic Conference meet — during which the final heat of the girls 400 officially didn’t occur because it wasn’t timed and the boys team champion changed from the night of the event to the morning…

Kenston Track Area Leaders

The Kenston boy’s and girl’s track teams both share many strong, outstanding athletes. Both teams have many area leaders which have been recognized. The Boys team have twenty athletes who have been named, and the girls have fifteen. The named boys athletes are Michael Swartz, and James Thigpen in the high jump. Nick Cordiak, Max Lapuh and…