10/17 Kenston 2 ~ Nordonia 1
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10/17 Kenston 2 ~ Nordonia 1
A: I played JV.
Q: What position do you play ?
A: I play Center Midfielder.
Q: How long have you been playing soccer for?
A: I have been playing for 4 years.
Q: What cleat company do you prefer?
A: I prefers Adidas.
Q: How many goals did you score this season?
A: An unfortunate 0 goals.
Q: Are you a multi-sport athlete and if so what sports?
A: I play Soccer and Lacrosse
Q: What soccer player are you inspired by?
A: I am inspired by Lionel Messi.
Q: What soccer team do you watch?
A: I watch FC Barcelona.
Q: Was your soccer season good or bad in your opinion and why?
A: It was pretty bad but I blame that a lot on the fact that I had taken 4 years off.
The Kenston High School Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Trip Roney as its next varsity boys soccer head coach. The announcement was made by Athletic Director Reid Guarnieri following the approval of Roney’s hire by the Kenston Board of Education at Monday’s monthly meeting (February 11). Roney, who has nearly 30 years of… Continue Reading
By Anthony Alandt The Kenston Boys Soccer team finished off their 2018 campaign after concluding their tournament run last week. Led by head coach Josh Sladick and a tremendous cast of ten seniors, the boys ended the season with an overall record of 8-7-3 and a Western Reserve Conference (WRC) record of 5-1-1. That one-loss… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald October 21, 2018 Chris Lillstrung The old Johnny Carson “It was so cold today …” bit was a perfect summation of Kenston’s Division I sectional final Oct. 20 at Brecksville-Broadview Heights. It was so cold that cars lined the driveway by the high school and watched the match from there instead. And… Continue Reading
On October 17, the Kenston Boy’s Soccer team defeated Nordonia in the first round of the playoffs. The final score was 2-1 with Kenston midfielder Donovan Maynard (#19) scoring both goals for Kenston. Kenston came out very strong and had several dangerous attacks early in the game. They capitalized on several of these attacks and… Continue Reading
The boys’ soccer team faces off against Madison tonight. We are currently tied for first place in the conference with Mayfield, who plays Eastlake North today. The team is planning to win and secure first place in the conference. Our captain, Jack Roman, will not play due to a concussion; however, we are confident that… Continue Reading
On Wednesday, October 17, Boys Varsity Soccer will take on Nordonia in the first round of the district playoffs at our Kenston Bombers Stadium. Kenston (7-5-2) and Nordonia (5-4-2) are coming off a 1-1 tie against each other last week on Thursday, October 4. Our Bombers are to finish their season off with two more… Continue Reading
Kenston Boy’s Soccer beat Riverside 2-0 to improve their overall record to 7-5-1. Their Western Reserve Conference record is now 4-1 securing them in 1st place ahead of Mayfield. Before the game started, Kenston’s seniors walked out onto the field with their parents for senior night as this was Kenston’s final home game of the… Continue Reading
After the boys’ soccer team blew out Brush on Monday, Kenston remains undefeated in their conference. This season’s top three goal-scorers are Donny Maynard, Ryan Tien, and Evan Iliev each with five goals to their name. The soccer team’s next game is at Willoughby South High School on September 20th at 7:00pm. If you can’t… Continue Reading
This past Monday, September 17, at Brush’s Korb Field, the Kenston Bombers varsity soccer team took down the Brush Arcs in one-sided 4-0 game. The Bombers’ record improves to 5-4-1, now 3-0-0 in their conference. With this win Kenston remains undefeated in conference games, and 1st place in the entire WRC. The game took off… Continue Reading