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LeBron’s Buzzer Beater vs Raptors!!!

LeBron James Following coming off the strong first two games in Toronto the Cleveland Cavaliers looked to get a home win on Saturday night. Going into the forth quarter the Cavs were up most of the game having some comfortable leads but the Raptors kept cutting them down. The Raptors tied it on a 3-pointer with eight seconds left, James took the inbounds pass, dribbled the length of the court and rose off the floor on the left side of the basket just feet from Toronto’s bench. James banked in a running one-hander at the buzzer, giving the Cleveland Cavaliers a 105-103 win over Toronto on Saturday night. LeBron ended the night with 38 points along with Kevin Love having 21 points. Michael Cardaman said “LeBron is the GOAT”

Top Picks Going Into The NBA Draft!!

There are many great players leaving college this year to enter the NBA draft with the top names of Trae Young, Michael Porter Jr, Marvin Bagley, Deandre Ayton, Collin Sexton, Mo Bamba, and Wendell Carter Jr. who are some of the freshman who will likely be leaving college after one season. With how the record… Continue Reading

Meet Savannah Georgian

1. How long have you been at Kenston? 14 years 2. What are your plans after high school? Attend College and then law school 3. What was your favorite class? Business Law 4. Who was your favorite teacher? Mr. Novak 5. What is your favorite Kenston memory? Performing at Cabaret sophomore year with my brother… Continue Reading

Meet Hannah Koehn

1. How long have you been at Kenston? 8 years 2. What are your plans after high school? Attending Bowling Green State University and majoring in early childhood education microbiology 3. What was your favorite class? Microbiology 4. Who was your favorite teacher? Mr. Vasil 5. What is your favorite Kenston memory? The Kenston Field… Continue Reading

College Basketball Scandal

Yahoo! Sports published documents from the FBI’s investigation into corruption in college basketball on Friday, February 23. It showed that players from more than 20 of the nation’s top programs were implicated in possibly breaking NCAA rules. Schools named in the investigation so far are Alabama, Duke, Kentucky, LSU,  Maryland, Michigan State, NC State, North Carolina, Seton Hall, Texas, USC, and Washington.… Continue Reading