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Kenston Boys Tennis

After many months of practicing and preparing the Kenston Boys Tennis season is going to get started very soon and we are excited for a new season. We are excited to announce many changes to the home courts this year. We have recently acquired a brand new shed to store our supplies, many benches for players to sit on in between games, and some flags to put near the courts. For our WRC tournament at the end of the year we have also obtained a new canopy to use while the players are not in a match. The returning players are all very excited to get back on the court and start playing again.Kenston Tennis

Senior Captain Bryce Grossman said, “I’m really excited to get back out there this year. I think we can make a run at states if we play as a team.”

We are always looking for anyone excited, motivated, and committed to playing a great sport where you can make many long-lasting friendships. This year, we have many spots open for anyone who would like to play. If you are interested please approach Matthew Fantauzzo in the hall or email Coach Dale Israelson at Dale.Israelson@kenstonapps.org for more information.

Bomber aces dispose Mayfield, three-peat WRC crown

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times May 9, 2019 Tony Lange Those pesky Mayfield Wildcats were taking a stab at dethroning the Kenston aces with a possible upset on the third singles court, but Bomber junior Bryce Grossman was having none during the Western Reserve Conference tournament last Wednesday in Bainbridge. Grossman had defeated Mayfield…

Interview with Nick Silva

I’m here with Nick Silva to talk about boys tennis. Their record is 9-0 so far overall and 5-0 in the conference. The boys are having a great season and hope to keep it up. How long have you been playing? Over 10 years. Which match type do you participate in? I am a second…

Boys Tennis Ties for First at Lexington Invitational

By Alan Wood The Kenston boys tennis team tied for first place at the Lexington Invitational, defeating seven teams from all over Northern Ohio including tennis powerhouses Canfield, Hoover, and Lexington. The second doubles team of Max McNeal and Nick Silva led the Bombers by earning second place. Although the Bombers did not win any…

Boys Tennis Headed to Lexington Tournament

The Boys Tennis Team will be heading down to the Lexington Tournament this weekend to compete against some of the toughest teams yet. The boys placed first at the Saint Ed’s Tournament last Saturday and hope to continue that momentum into the Lexington Tournament. The Lexington Tournament will have some tough teams from all across…

Go Support The Boys Tennis Team!

It’s that time of year again! The tennis courts are ready, are you? This Friday, April 12th, the varsity boys tennis team plays against Berea at Kenston at 4:00pm. The weather is finally starting to warm up so you have no reason not to go. The team has been practicing really hard and they need…

Boys Tennis Preseason is Over

This spring break will be a time for the Boys Tennis Team to enjoy some well-deserved relaxation. The boys have been practicing every weekday since March 4th and their preseason has finally concluded. However, this is only the end of preseason. The boys still have a long road ahead of them. The beginning of the…

Interview with Kenston Tennis player Dylan Polz

Dylan Polz has been playing tennis since his sophomore year and he is now a senior. He returns this year in hopes of making the varsity tennis team. Next year he is heading off to Marietta college to major in marketing and play on the tennis team. Q.What conditioning have you been doing leading up…

Boys Tennis Preparing for a New Season

The boys tennis team is preparing for a new season starting March 4th. They have all been working hard during the off season and trying to play at least once a week to keep their skills sharp and continue to improve their skills. There are a lot of promising new players on the team that…

Boys Tennis Fundraiser

This past summer the Boys Tennis team held a fundraiser at Cleveland Art. The event was hosted by the owners of Cleveland Art, the Wein Family. The event acted not only as a fundraiser for the team, but also an opportunity for the parents of the players to interact and socialize with each other. The…