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Bomber Hockey

One month and counting until the beginning of the Kenston Hockey season! Despite dropping a division, the team plans on improving their record from 26-8-1 the previous season. With the loss of seven former players and the gain of only one freshman, the team has their work cut out for them with only ten skaters and a goalie. The team may be losing many players, but their division drop to Red South should ensure them a fighting chance this year. “I like the division change because we get to play some new teams who we haven’t faced before, but also have plenty of games with our old rivals,” said team captain Bennett Wenger. In addition to the new division and new player, The Pond, also received some important renovations. Over the summer, the rink was refilled with new ice and also received synthetic ice rinks for training purposes. “The new ice is much more smooth and better to skate on and allows us to really practice our game,” said other team captain Tanner Mulhern. With The Pond and Kenston’s out with the old and in with the new mentality, the Bomber Hockey team plans to have another great season along with the change of scenery.

Division Change for Kenston Hockey

Every two years, the GCHSHL makes changes to each division to ensure each division has competitive hockey teams. With the end of this past season, speculations around Shaker making a move to be the first public high school in the GLHL was confirmed. They moved into the GLHL, which is traditionally a private school exclusive… Continue Reading

Hockey Team Wins Check

Our Kenston Bomber’s hockey team won a $1,000 check for being named the team of the year. They were rewarded the check at the Lake Erie Monsters game last friday at Quicken Loans Arena. Seniors Ashton Taylor, John Barto, Mark Magnasco, Tyler Holub, Nick Kendra, and Liam Griffin went in front of the crowd at… Continue Reading

Future of Kenston Hockey

The past season for the Bombers was arguably the best season in Kenston hockey’s 20 year history. Finishing with a 26-8-1 overall record, and an in division record of 6-4, the Bombers won nearly every game they were expected to. To top off an already great year, Kenston found a way to defeat Shaker who… Continue Reading


Congratulations to senior Tyler Holub for making First-Team Red North All-Division team! Also sophomore Val Carriero made Second-Team Red North All-Division team! There are two different All Star teams: a Division team and a League team. The Division team is the Red North teams, where the League team is Red North and Red South. Tyler made… Continue Reading

Bombers ousted, 6-3, by Warriors

Published in The News-Herald February 22, 2018 Chris Lillstrung KENT >> Kenston coach Tom Fritsche paused for a moment Feb. 21 after the Bombers’ Kent District quarterfinal outside the locker room, with the door slightly ajar. Those are the times when the faces staring back are the toughest to look in the eye. It means,… Continue Reading

Bombers beat Eagles in OT in Baron Cup I quarterfinal

Published in The News-Herald February 8, 2018 Jon Behm, The Morning Journal Sometimes, neither team deserves to be ousted from the tournament. That statement rang true as Kenston prevailed against North Olmsted, 3-2 in overtime, in a Baron Cup I quarterfinal match on Feb. 7 at Brooklyn’s John M. Coyne Recreation Center. Kenston (25-6-1) advances… Continue Reading

Second period dooms Bombers in regular-season finale

Published in The News-Herald February 4, 2018 Chris Lillstrung Kenston had never beaten Rocky River entering the Red North powers’ meeting Feb. 3 to close the regular season. After one period, it seemed the Bombers might be able to solve that riddle. Then the Pirates slammed the book shut. Bennett Wenger and Nick Kendra netted… Continue Reading

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