The boys lacrosse team comes to a disappointing end with a loss to Chagrin Falls in the second round.
Picking a college to attend is always a hard decision for seniors, but for these few, the process was a whole lot easier. George Sell, Jack Porter, Julia Piazza and Garrett Koenig have agreed to not only continue their education but their very promising athletic careers at college. From grade-school football to the varsity team under the lights every Friday, Jack and George have been playing together their whole lives. They will continue that Bomber Pride into college as they attend Wake Forest University in North Carolina together. Julia having played lacrosse for many years, quickly stood out on the Kenston High School team and worked her way to starting varsity. There was no surprise when she received an offer to play for Wingate University in North Carolina to bring her Bomber spirit to the Bulldog team. Garrett was one of the few freshman to make the varsity team and not only continue to be on varsity through high school but work hard to make captain senior year. He has been a big influence in leading the boys lacrosse team and will be a great addition to the Mount Union Lacrosse team.
Lacrosse season is just around the corner and the team needs you to sign up. Lacrosse is the fastest game on two feet and requires skill and hand eye coordination. Even if you have never played before you can come out and have a great time. Lacrosse, or the creators game, has been around for… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times May 16, 2019 Tony Lange There was no fourth-quarter comeback for the Chagrin Falls boys lacrosse team during the No. 2-seeded Tigers’ playoff opener against Kenston on Monday night at their home C.S. Harris Stadium. While Chagrin Falls didn’t own a lead until 7:40 remained of its regular-season rivalry… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times May 9, 2019 Tony Lange A boys lacrosse matchup that easily could have featured some down-to-the-wire fireworks turned into a bomb drop in Solon’s favor, when the Comets hosted Kenston on Friday night at Stewart Field. Behind an all-inclusive attack of speed, outside sniping and inside finesse, the Solon… Continue Reading
Kenston has had a pretty good season considering where the team is at. After losing 15 seniors last year we are in a rebuilding year. We started off barely being able to keep possession on the offensive end and doing stuff like chasing stick and being scared to have the ball on defense. We felt… Continue Reading