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Mitch Sotera to Bethany

Published in The News-Herald February 7, 2019 John Kampf Mitch Sotera, a senior defensive lineman at Kenston, will attend Bethany College in West Virginia. Bethany is a Division III school, so it cannot give athletic scholarships. But the draw to play college football excites Sotera no matter if there is an athletic scholarship or not.… Continue Reading

Bransen Stanley

Bransen Stanley was the 2018 Kenston Football Team MVP. Bransen was a four year starter for the Kenston Bombers and is a fantastic sprinter for the track team. Bransen Stanley has just committed to Gannon University to continue his academic and athletic career. Bransen was a standout wide receiver for the Bombers, grabbing 63 receptions… Continue Reading

Meet the 2018 cleveland.com all-star football team

Published in The Plain Dealer December 21, 2018 Matt Goul CLEVELAND, Ohio — Presenting the 2018 cleveland.com all-star football team. Here is the offense, led by Player of the Year Jack Porter of Kenston. This all-area team is a collection of the area’s top players this season from Cuyahoga and its six bordering counties. Including… Continue Reading

Kenston junior running back Jack Porter is the 2018 cleveland.com football Offensive Player of the Year

Published in The Plain Dealer December 21, 2018 Matt Goul CLEVELAND, Ohio — Whether it be via run or pass, Kenston’s offense could not be contained on its way to the OHSAA Division III state football championship. The Bombers (14-1) put up 6,417 yards with an attack that equally potent running the ball as throwing… Continue Reading

State Champion Football Celebration

December 17, 2018 By Drew Tewksbury (Voice of the Bombers, President of the Alumni Association and 1986 graduate) Ladies and gentlemen, the 2018 football season was one for the ages. Just two times before had the football team reached the state championship game, coming up just short on each occasion in 1986 and 1995. Each… Continue Reading