Above in PANORAMIC
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Above in PANORAMIC
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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Autumn Marshall is a student athlete here at Kenston High School. She is on the JV Girls Lacrosse team. I had the pleasure to do an interview with her and asked her a few questions. Here’s how she answered them: Q: What is your name? A: Autumn Marshall Q: What grade are you in? A:… Continue Reading
The Kenston girls lacrosse team is eagerly awaiting their 2020 season! With weeks left before the start of the season, the team has been preparing in the weight room and on the field. When speaking with senior Sophie Kinnett, she said that the team was not meeting their full potential in the 2019 season and… Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times May 2, 2019 Tony Lange Kenston sophomore midfielder Via Carriero only buried one goal during the Lady Bombers’ road clash against Mentor last Thursday at Osborne Stadium. But when the Kenston girls found themselves down, 6-2, five minutes into a lacrosse affair that they felt they were the favorites… Continue Reading