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American Sign Language Club

American Sign Language Club

Club meets in room C143 on Wednesdays 2:15-3:00 pm

Kenston High School students gather to learn about the culture and language of the Deaf Community. American Sign Language (ASL) is the official language used by the Deaf community in the United States, expressed by movements of the hands and face. The club would like to spread awareness, acceptance, and proper education of American Sign Language for all students at Kenston High School.


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Boys XC wins Boardman Spartan Invitational

By Robert Phillips

For the first time in school history, the boy’s cross country team won the division I title at the Boardman Spartan Invitational. The Bombers had a score of 127 and beat out Louisville. The race was a tight competition and several of the best teams in the state were racing. Over 25 teams came to the meet. The field was tough with around 256 runners Not only was the competition tough but the race took place on the regional cross country course. Garrett McConnell was the top Kenston finisher, he finished in 12th place overall with a time of 16:34.10. He was followed by Dennis Prencic (16:37:70), Nathan Bertman (16:51.70), Tyler McMahan (17:09.20), Braden Hunt (17:09.70), Jack Turk (17:40.00), Max Reardon (17:41.80), Owen Orlowski (17:58.70), Luke Dunnam (18:09.70), and Kyle McMahan (18:11.80). These times allowed Kenston to achieve a 22 point lead over Louisville. This also meant that the team is even stronger than last year when the team placed 8th overall. Despite their performance, the team has been consistently ranked low in the Division I coaches poll. However, the Bombers have proven time and time again that they are under-ranked and a serious contender for the D-1 state title. The team has overcome many challenges this year. For a period of time, it looked as if the team wasn’t going to have a season. The team breathed a huge sigh of relief on July, 31st when the OHSAA confirmed that fall sports would continue as planned. However, the uncertainty and fears returned when the first meet of the year, The OHSAA Early Season Cross Country Invitational was canceled due to the pandemic. Despite the first meet being canceled, the team was able to race at Walsh Jesuit against Woodridge. Since then the team has never looked back. After winning the last 3 meets they have raced in, the team definitely has sent a message that they want to win the state title!

Bomber harriers capture DI title at 35th Spartan Invite

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times September 24, 2020 Tony Lange A program that had no name recognition five years ago, the Kenston boys cross-country team now has a target on its back – not just in Northeast Ohio, but throughout the state.The Bomber harriers won their first Division I region title in 2019 and went… Continue Reading

Hawken’s Ella Gilson, Kenston boys win at Boardman Spartan Invitational

Published in The News-Herald August 20, 2020 Nate Barnes Kenston’s pack running was on full display at the Boardman Spartan Invitational Sept. 19, where Hawken’s Ella Gilson picked up a victory on the course where she is the two-time defending regional champion. The Bombers placed first in the Division I boys race with 127 points,… Continue Reading

Kenston harriers defend home course in ‘upset’ fashion

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times September 17, 2020 By Tony Lange Half the field included state-ranked programs, as both the Kenston boys and girls cross-country teams were supposedly underdogs during a 10-team invitational on Saturday at their home 5-kilometer course in Bainbridge Township. But that didn’t stop the Bombers and the Lady Bombers from… Continue Reading

Ella Gilson shows strong form, Kenston teams win at home

Published in The News-Herald September 13, 2020 Nate Barnes Adjustments made necessary by the novel coronavirus pandemic wiped almost all of the staple invitationals from schedules of Ohio’s cross country programs. Kenston’s Frank Gibas Invitational, annually one of the meets featuring a high volume of area runners, fell victim to those modifications. Amid a season… Continue Reading