Published in The News-Herald
September 4, 2020
Parker Munday and Will Smith had first-half strikes and Joey Holodinski contributed a second-half brace as Kenston recorded a 4-1 win at West Geauga on Sept. 3, the sides’ first meeting since 2014.
The Bombers (3-0-1) recorded nine shots on target and five corners and were at times dominant in possession in the opening 40 as they continued an encouraging start to the fall.
“I think that when we play the ball on the ground and we keep it on the pitch and we play to feet, we’re a pretty good team,” Kenston coach Trip Roney said. “As soon as we start trying to play one-touch too often, we make bad passes, and we give them the opportunity to get in the game.
“When we control the ball, we control the game. When we don’t control the ball, we don’t control the game. It’s pretty easy.”
Munday opened his side’s account in the 17th minute, latching onto Carter Flynn corner service for a far-post strike.