In the spring of 2020, the COVID-19 virus forced the cancellation of all high school sports in the State of Ohio. As a result, each of our spring sport student-athletes and their families lost the opportunity to take part in the tradition of Senior Day. Kenston High School would like to recognize our seniors with Virtual Senior Days. The following represents these messages shared from each of the student-athletes who participated.
These days are special ones as we honor our graduating seniors. We congratulate and thank each one of them on their success and contributions to the Kenston community and wish them the best of luck in all of their future endeavors.
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The spring season is arriving soon bringing along sweet songbirds and beautiful flowers. This also means baseball is just around the corner. America’s pastime is approaching with the Kenston baseball team just finishing tryouts and starting practice. The team will be playing in Myrtle Beach during spring break to play against some competition before the… Continue Reading
The Kenston Bombers baseball team will be playing at Progressive Field in the CIC Hardball Classic. The players are looking forward to this event as it will be their second year in a row playing at Progressive. Last year the Bombers played against St. Ignatius; a game they ultimately lost. This year they are looking… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald April 25, 2019 Nate Barnes An eight-run loss to North on April 22 prompted Kenston coach Bob Ford to call a meeting with the Bombers’ captains. Kenston lost for the fourth straight game in Western Reserve Conference play. Ford gauged the pulse of the team, listened to his players’ counsel on… Continue Reading
The Kenston Bomber Baseball team is playing at the Cleveland Indians field this Friday at noon. Kenston Bombers will be playing University School. The Bombers are really excited to play at Progressive Field this Friday. Before the game starts the Kenston Bombers get to hit in the underground cage that the Cleveland Indians use before… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times April 18, 2019 Tony Lange Riding a four-game win streak, Kenston baseball took a 3-2 lead against league foe Chardon in the bottom of the fifth on Friday evening in Bainbridge Township. After a rough 0-4 start to their season in Myrtle Beach, the Bomber sluggers had just gotten… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald April 11, 2019 Nate Barnes Hardly three weeks into the 2019 baseball season, no team remains undefeated in Western Reserve Conference play. The WRC is perennially one of Northeast Ohio’s most competitive leagues. But the 2019 season appears to hold a transcendent level of parity within the conference. North swept Mayfield.… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald April 11, 2019 Nate Barnes Kenston trailed Chardon by three runs when Chase King dug into the batter’s box at the beginning of the sixth inning. Right-hander Jake Kamm went ahead in the count, 0-2, before King fouled off a pitch. The junior catcher slammed the next offering off the ground… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times April 4, 2019 Tony Lange After starting the season at 0-4, the defending Western Reserve Conference champion Kenston baseball team finished its spring-break trip with a pair of victories last week at The Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Returning to the diamond on the heels of a… Continue Reading
By Alan Wood The Kenston baseball team will kick off their season by going to Myrtle Beach over spring break. The Bombers will be playing teams from various states as well as local rival Chagrin Falls, who they will play for their first game of the season while on the trip. “We’re looking forward to… Continue Reading