Senior Night 9/12/20
This year the Lady Bombers won the Western Reserve Conference (WRC), for the third consecutive year. The WRC contains Brush, Chardon, Eastlake North, Madison, Mayfield, Riverside, and Willoughby South High Schools.
At the end of the soccer season, a number of players from each team in the WRC are chosen to be an All Conference Player or an Honorable Mention. The number of players selected to receive an award is based on what place the school finished in the conference. Because the Kenston Girls Soccer Team won the WRC, they had 6 All Conference Players and 2 Honorable Mentions.
In order to become an All Conference Player, every coach from the conference votes on who they believe earned it based on how the player performed in WRC games only, meaning non-conference game stats are not included in this decision.
This year sophomore Jayme O’Neill (1st time All WRC, HM All WRC), juniors Skylar Cornell (3 time All WRC), Sophia Mighton (2 time All WRC), Morgan Mintz (1st time All WRC), and Aidan Myles (3 time All WRC), and senior Natalie Adante (2 time All WRC), were all voted to be an All Conference Player. The 2 Honorable Mentions were awarded to sophomores Ramsey Smith and Paige Spicuzza (both 1st time HM).
Congratulations to those who received an award, and to the entire Girls Soccer Team, who completed their season with a final record of 16-4.
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times November 5, 2020 Tony Lange District championship game or not, the Kenston soccer girls were confident that all they’d need is one goal to capture their program’s first district title during a Division II road collision against Canfield last Thursday. Yes, the host Lady Cardinals (13-4-2) were the top… Continue Reading
Published in The News-Herald November 2, 2020 Chris Lillstrung Revere at Kenston What: Division II regional semifinal When: 7, Nov. 3 Records: Revere 13-4-2, Kenston 16-3 What’s next: The winner will host Rocky River or West Geauga in a regional final at noon Nov. 7. What to look for: The Bombers have an elusive district-title… Continue Reading
Thursday, October 22nd, headed to Lakeview High School to play in the Sectional Finals. The two teams competed to move on to the District Semi-Finals. This was going to be a very important game for the team. The Bombers knew this wasn’t gonna be an easy win. Lakeview’s team had a record of 14-1 while… Continue Reading
Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 29, 2020 Tony Lange If it were a hockey game, Mogadore Field might have had a chance against West Geauga. But a soccer goalie can only stand on her head for so long with the posts 24 feet apart. During a Division II Northeast District 2 semifinal games… Continue Reading
On Tuesday, October 26, the Kenston Girls Soccer Team played Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School at Bomber Stadium for the District Semi Final game. The team came out victorious with another win and shut out against the Lions with a score of 3-0. After the first half, the Bombers were winning 1-0, with a… Continue Reading
On October 22, 2020, Junior Captain Aidan Myles was named News Herald Player of the Week. Kenston>>Girls soccer Junior>>Center defense On the pitch: Scored both goals in Kenston’s WRC championship-clinching victory over Madison. Led defensively in a shutout of Hawken and scored a goal in a victory over Warren Howland. Off the pitch: Nicknames include… Continue Reading
On Monday, October 19, 2020, the Kenston Girls Soccer Team hosted their first playoff game against Ravenna High School. Coached by Jonathan Kostoff and assisted by Marissa Burwell and Matt Simonetta, the Lady Bombers dominated the field by possessing the ball throughout the turf and scoring off of their chances. After playing a very strong… Continue Reading
On Saturday, October 17, the Lady Bombers took a long ride to Warren Howland for their last regular season game. The Girls JV Team took the field first. The game started off strong from both sides but unfortunately Warren was able to slip two goals in and the Bombers ended up losing 2-0. The JV… Continue Reading
Published in The News Herald By Chris Lillstrung For its road match Oct. 15 at Hawken, Kenston players brought their belongings in trash bags, presumably to keep them dry but also a smart disposable ploy amid a pandemic. But there was nothing about this 80 from the Bombers that belonged in the circular file or… Continue Reading