Q: What’s your name?
A: Aidan Zak
Q: What grade are you in?
Q: How did the team do this season?
A: Decent, we could have done better
Q: What was the best part about this season?
A: Spending quality time with my teammates
Q: Who is the funniest on the team?
A: Kyle Quinlin
Q: If you could pass on one piece of advice to the underclassmen, what would it be?
A: Treat every practice and game like it’s your last
Q: How long have you played Soccer?
A: 14 Years
Q: What was your first impression on the Kenston Boys Soccer team?
A: At first the seniors may look intimidating but over time you will see they are just your big brothers
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How do you think the soccer season went? We started off slow but still had a good season with a new coach. How do you feel about soccer being over? Sad because I feel we could have ended on a higher note. I’m glad i got to spend time with the team over all the… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald August 31, 2019 Chris Lillstrung Kenston displayed some flashes of promise in the attacking third, but lapses in set-piece defending and off-ball runs sealed the Bombers’ fate in a 3-0 setback to visiting Berea-Midpark on Aug. 31. The Bombers (0-2-1) generated eight shots on target, but the Titans (1-3-1) were impressive… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times August 21, 2019 Tony Lange Had Chagrin Falls known about Kenston senior goalkeeper David Rosinski, maybe the Tigers would have pushed to host their crosstown rival on Saturday, instead of the season opener on Friday night at C.S. Harris Stadium. Rosinski, who got on a bus at 5 a.m.… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times August 21, 2019 Tony Lange Chagrin Falls boys soccer had one of those once-in-a-decade classes, at least for a public school, during the Tigers’ 15-3-1 campaign last season that garnered a No. 2 ranking in the state. Fourteen seniors, including eight starters, three of whom were first-team all-Cleveland honorees… Continue Reading
Published in The CHagrin Valley Times March 21, 2019 TonyLange Kenston High School athletic director Reid Guarnieri announced last month the hiring of Trip Roney as the district’s next varsity boys soccer head coach. Roney, who has nearly 30 years of coaching experience from the youth through college levels, succeeds outgoing coach Josh Sladick, who… Continue Reading
We will hold a player and parent meeting this Thursday evening, March 7th, from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM in the high school cafeteria. Please arrive early as the meeting will begin promptly at 7:00 PM. Please try to arrange for the player and a parent to attend. I realize that everyone is very busy… Continue Reading
Q- What is your name? A- Riley Soltis Q- What grade are you in? A- Junior/11th Q- How long have you been playing soccer? A- Since second grade. Q- How did the team do this year? A- We went 8-7-3, so not to bad. Q- What position do you play? A- Center back/Defender Q-Who’s your favorite teammate? A- Donny Maynard Q- Who’s your favorite coach?… Continue Reading
Q: Did you play JV or Varsity? A: I played JV. Q: What position do you play ? A: I play Center Midfielder. Q: How long have you been playing soccer for? A: I have been playing for 4 years. Q: What cleat company do you prefer? A: I prefers Adidas. Q: How many… Continue Reading