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Skylar Cornell on loss to Aurora in District Semifinals

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 responded with, “It was a disappointing loss but we had a good season and I can’t wait to play again next year.” Then when asked, “What will you do to prepare for next year stronger?” She responded with, “Were going to make sure that we don’t let the good teams get to our head and we just play how we always do.” When asked, “If you could change one thing going into the game, what would it be and why?” She responded with, “We should’ve started out stronger and not let them score two early goals.” Then I asked, “Will this game fuel you when you play Aurora next year?” Skylar courageously responded with, “Yes, we can definitely beat Aurora.” Skylar plays for Internationals soccer club in the off season.

Tigers rally to capture headliner, hand Bombers first loss, 2-1

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

Interview with Skylar Cornell

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

Bombers eager to take next step in 2019

Published in The News-Herald September 11, 2019 Chris Lillstrung When Kenston stepped on the pitch for a Sept. 7 nonconference match with visiting Field, the Bombers had seven freshmen and sophomores in their starting 11. If it seems like this side was young a year ago as well, that’s because it was, essentially in the… Continue Reading