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Boys Cross Country

Boys Cross Country WRC Champtions 2020

10/17 1st Place at WRC Meet – WRC Champions!

 

Boys and Girls XC teams place 5th at states

By Robert Phillips

Both the Girls and Boys Cross country teams had amazing performances at the OHSAA Division I meet to conclude their seasons. The teams both placed fifth in the state. It was the highest either team has finished in the Division 1 competition. The boys had a very impressive race, they finished 5th out of 20 teams. Senior Nate Burtman led the team, finishing in 20th place in the team race with a time of 16:12.7. He was followed by senior Denis Princic, who took 26th in the team race with a time of 16:18.8. Behind Dennis, senior Jack Turk finished with a time of 16:33 and placed 33th, junior Braden Hunt ran a 16:40.2 finishing in 44th, senior Garrett McConnell finished 50th in 16:44.5, senior Tyler McMahan finished in 16:54.8, and senior Owen Orlowski ran with a time of 17:27. These times helped secure the Bombers a score of 175 points and a fifth place finish behind champion Lakota West, St. Xavier, Beavercreek, and St. Ignatius. This once again proved the polls wrong. Equally impressive, the girls had an amazing race after qualifying for Division I states for the first time in school history. The field was tough and consisted of 176 runners and 20 teams. Sophomore Cece Paglia led the Kenston girls and finished 13th overall with a time of 18:32. This time qualified her as an all-Ohio runner and set a new school record. She was followed by sophomore Paige Masson who finished 28th in the team race with a time of 19:13.8, freshman Emerson Greene finished 33rd in the team race with a time of 19:20.1, senior Pleune was 37th in 19:24.5, junior Jenny Kapcio was 73rd in 20:10.3, junior Katie Klotz, finished in 20:58.0, and Jocelyn Van Skyhock, finished in 21:43.1. These times allowed the Bombers to score 180 points and finish in fifth place.  

Pack-happy Bombers run to program’s best DI finish

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times November 12, 2020 Tony Lange For the second straight season, the Kenston boys cross-country team relied on its pack to compete among the top giants at the Division I state meet on Saturday at Fortress Obetz, just south of Columbus. For the second straight season, the Bombers harrier outperformed what… Continue Reading

Girls XC wins first District Title

By Robert Phillips The girls cross country team won their first ever District Championship on October 24th. The Boys team also did extremely well and narrowly lost to St. Ignatius. Senior Denis Princic won the race in a literal photo-finish with a time of 16:00.0. He was followed by senior Garrett McConnell finished seventh in… Continue Reading

Lady Bombers capture first DI district banner

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 29, 2020 Tony Lange Princic wins title; Chardon, Kenston, Solon, US harriers advance It’s not often that a district cross-country field features five state-ranked teams, including three in the top 10, but that didn’t stop the Kenston girls from claiming their first big-school banner on Saturday in Madison.… Continue Reading

2020 Districts Cross Country Results

Kenston Girls win first D1 District title in school history. Loaded field featured 5 D1 State ranked teams – Kenston #5, Mentor #9, Shaker #10, Chardon #18, Cleveland St Joseph #20. Kenston Boys finish runner up in close race with St. Ignatius. Kenston’s Dennis Princic wins the race and is the first D1 District Champion… Continue Reading

Lady Bomber harriers dethrone Chardon for WRC title

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 22, 2020 Tony Lange Lady Bomber harriers dethrone Chardon for WRC title Kenston boys captures sixth straight conference banner The Chardon girls’ dynasty ended, but the Kenston boys’ dynasty continued during the eight-team Western Reserve Conference cross-country meet on Saturday at the trails in Bainbridge Township. Behind a… Continue Reading

XC Team Wins at Polos

By Robert Phillips The Kenston Boys XC team won another meet at the Polo Fields against Solon and Chagrin. The field consisted of 49 runners. The Bombers blew the Solon Comets out of the water with a score of 23. The Kenston team proved once again that they are a force to be reckoned with.… Continue Reading