• Dr. Herpy

Girls Soccer


8/20 Seniors!

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 all my attention is focused on beating the team we are going to play.” Skylar started playing soccer at an early age. When asked, “Why did you first start playing soccer and how old were you?” Skylar stated, “I first started playing soccer when I moved into a new house when I was 6. My neighbor, also one of my best friends, played soccer and convinced me to join Kenston’s team.”  Skylar is also a team player because when asked, “What do you do to make your teammates better?” Skylar replied with, “I always make sure that I’m encouraging everyone else on the team to keep trying their hardest, if one of them makes a mistake I tell them to forget about it and don’t repeat the same mistake.” Skylar is an excellent student athlete.

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

Interview with Hannah Lamont

Playing soccer is a tough sport, not everybody is able to play it. Hannah will be going to tell us what she does in her practices to get ready for her games. She said, “The very first thing I do is stretch, warm up lines, because I’m a goalie I have to practice with people… Continue Reading

Girls Soccer Off Season

There are many things you can do to get ready for next year’s soccer season. Starting December 18, 2018 there will be weight lifting on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Soccer coach Kathleen Vass also introduced a new fitness and strength trainer, Pam Mighton. If you want to continue soccer during winter join Kenston’s indoor team. This… Continue Reading

Boys and Girls Soccer Teams Finish off Strong Season with Deep Playoff Runs

By Anthony Alandt The Kenston Boys Soccer team finished off their 2018 campaign after concluding their tournament run last week. Led by head coach Josh Sladick and a tremendous cast of ten seniors, the boys ended the season with an overall record of 8-7-3 and a Western Reserve Conference (WRC) record of 5-1-1. That one-loss… Continue Reading

Girls Soccer 2nd Playoff Game

Tonight, October 22, the girls varsity soccer team will compete in their second playoff game against Revere. The game will be at Revere High School at 7 p.m. After defeating Field in their first playoff game, lets hope they can do it again. Aidan Myles said, “The game will be challenging but hopefully we can… Continue Reading

Girls Soccer First Playoff Win

Last night, Thursday, October 18, the girls varsity soccer team had their first playoff game against Field. The game resulted in a win for us ending in 2-0 with goals from two freshman, Sophia Mighton and Hannah Lamont. Emma Salem said, “It was a tough game but we managed to pull out a win”. On… Continue Reading

Girl’s Soccer Playoff Game Tonight

Tonight, Thursday, October 18, the Kenston Girls Soccer team is playing Field High School in the second round of the district playoffs. The girls earned 4th seed and got a bye for the first round. Kenston finished the season with a record of 8-5-3 while Field had a record of 10-4-2. The team will be… Continue Reading