Q: What’s your name?
A: Leah Fine
Q: What grade are you in?
Q: How did the team do this season?
A: Good, We won the WRC
Q: What was the best part about this season?
A: The best part about the season would have to be the whole thing. All the players on the team had such a great bond that it really made it fun when we got on the field.
Q: Who is the silliest on the team?
A: Morgan Mintz
Q: If you could pass on one piece of advice to the underclassmen, what would it be?
A: Have perseverance, because sometimes the season might not be going according to plan and you have to keep going and push through for your teammates.
Q: How long have you played Soccer?
A: 15 years
Q: What was your first impression on the Kenston Girls Soccer team?
A: When I was a freshman I thought the girls were kind of scary, but then I realized everyone is there to have a good time.
Q- What is your name? Leah Ashley Fine Q- What grade are you in? 12th Q- How did the team do this year? Our team did very well with our 14-3-1 record, and I felt like our talent was shown through many games, but I felt as if we could have gone farther in the… Continue Reading
The Bombers faced a tough loss against Aurora in the District Semifinals. The final score was 2-1. After the game I interviewed Skylar Cornell who finished the game with an assist. Skylar is a sophomore at Kenston High School. When asked, “How does it feel to be upset by Aurora in the district semis?” Skylar… Continue Reading
As the regular season is coming to an end for the Lady Bombers, they obtained a record of 13 wins, one tie, and only two losses. The Girls Soccer Team won their conference and became Conference Champs for the second year in a row after beating Madison 2-0. They are going for a title this… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 17, 2019 Tony Lange West Geauga renowned goal scorer Nicola Ehrbar hammered away a pair of tallies to put the Lady Wolverines well on their way to a bounce-back victory in a regular-season finale against Kenston on Saturday afternoon at Howell Field. Coming off a 1-0 loss against… Continue Reading
Here at KHS, we are having an extraordinary girl soccer season. Two of the girls have broken the record for number of goals in a season and they aren’t done yet. Sophomore, Skylar Cornell is in the lead with 25 goals followed by senior Elyse Myles with 20. These two girls are also featured on… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 10, 2019 Tony Lange Entering the match with 75 goals through 13 games, the Kenston girls soccer team sure didn’t need any help from rival Chagrin Falls during a clash on the pitch last Thursday at C.S. Harris Stadium. But one of the host Lady Tigers’ starting center… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald October 4, 2019 Chris Lillstrung The pumpkins rolling down Grove Hill in the near future might have some competition for what has the most momentum in Chagrin Falls right now. Because after an Oct. 3 girls soccer headliner against previously unbeaten Kenston, the Tigers might provide some competition for that honor.… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times September 26, 2019 Tony Lange High school soccer teams that don’t get scored on can’t lose – plain and simple. But the Kenston girls haven’t been too focused on not losing this season. Behind an attack that’s averaging 5.5 goals per game, it has become evident that the Lady… Continue Reading
If you are interested in what it takes to be a high school girls soccer player, I interviewed Skylar Cornell. Skylar is a sophomore here at Kenston High School. When asked, “How do you prepare for a game mentally?” Skylar said, “I stop thinking about anything that doesn’t relate to the game, I make sure… Continue Reading