The girls tennis season is coming to an end. The Varsity is finishing up sectionals and Varsity B has their last match tonight against Berea. Exhibition finished their season last night with a final match against Brush. JV finished their season last Monday against Riverside. The girls did great this year and hopefully they will all be joining us back next year. There was a lot of rain this season, but we pushed through and played as much as possible. Tori Scott said, “I am so proud of the team this year, we did amazing.” Once again great job girls.
The Kenston girls tennis team celebrated senior night with a win versus Riverside on Tuesday. The Bombers defeated Riverside by a final score of 3-2. Heather Koplow won her match at third singles while both doubles teams also took care of business. Following the match, the ladies celebrated the nine players currently in their senior… Continue Reading
This year the Kenston Girls Tennis team is very big. It is not like other years where there were barely any girls. There are 45 players this year and 4 teams. The varsity team consists of 7 players including captain Kierna Chalmers, a senior this year. On the varsity there are two new freshman this… Continue Reading
This fall season in Kenston Girls Tennis we have been working hard to achieve victory! We have had a good start with four wins so far and only three losses. Although the tennis team consists of around 40 girls, we are working together to be one successful team! With the help of our awesome Coach… Continue Reading
January 2017 When people ask “Are you sure?”. Yes, of course I’m sure. Forgetting the game score because the last point was so long. Having a routine before each serve. “Up or down?” “M or W?” “P or D?” The satisfaction of opening and smelling a fresh can of tennis balls. Tan lines. Tennis balls… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 8, 2015 Tony Lange Following a runner-up finish in the Western Reserve Conference earlier in the week, the Kenston Lady Bombers had their eyes set on Mayfield when they took the courts for Division I sectional action at Solon Community Park last Thursday and Friday. During the WRC… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 4, 2012 Tony Lange The Kenston girls tennis team didn’t “put a ring on it” after claiming the Chagrin Valley Conference title last Thursday, but the Bombers could have jammed out to Beyonce en route to triumphs from all their single ladies. At the conference tournament, senior Mandy… Continue Reading