Senior Night 9/12/20
This Tuesday, September 22, the Girls Varsity Soccer Team had a blowout of 7-0 against Brush Highschool. Goals were scored by sophomores Ramsey Smith, Paige Spicuzza, and Emma Gaskin (2), and juniors Sophia Mighton, Skylar Cornell, and Aidan Myles. Goals were assisted by sophomores Paige Spicuzza, Ramsey Smith, and Emma Gaskin (2) and junior Sophia Mighton (2). The girls extended their record to 7-1 after the game and increased their winning streak to 6 games. They have also continued their undefeated streak for the WRC which is 4-0. Overall, the team kept high pressure on the Brush defenders which led them to victory.
Starting in goal is senior Natalie Adante. The defenders are sophomore Jayme O’Neill and juniors Aidan Myles, Maddie Blazey, and Emma Salem. Midfielders include sophomore Emma Gaskin and juniors Morgan Mintz and Skylar Cornell. A finally, the forwards for the team are sophomores Ramsey Smith and Paige Spicuzza and junior Sophia Mighton. The captains of the team are Natalie Adante, Aidan Myles, and Sophia Mighton. Reserves include Emily Phillips, Emily Kratzert, Cayla DiBernardo, Caroline Neimes, Rachel Fender, Emma Rumbarger, Jenna Piazza, and Hannah Fender.
The girls plan on continuing their streak next Tuesday against Willoughby South at home. The girls also have an away game next Thursday against Magnificat.
On Tuesday, September 15th, the Girls Varsity Soccer Team traveled to Eastlake North and took their third win for the WRC. The girls scored 9 goals against Eastlake’s 1. Goals were scored by sophomores, Ramsey Smith (3), Paige Spicuzza, and Emily Kratzert, and juniors, Skylar Cornell (2) and Sophia Mighton (2). Goals were assisted by… Continue Reading
Published in the Chagrin Valley Times September 17, 2020 By Tony Lange Rivalry games are best played late in the season, but the Kenston girls soccer team has been untouchable since a 4-1 home loss against state-ranked Chagrin Falls (6-1) on Aug. 25. Outscoring opponents, 16-1, in their next four games, including a pair of… Continue Reading
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Published in The News-Herald August 14, 2020 Chris Lillstrung When Jonathan Kostoff was hired in March as Kenston’s girls soccer coach, he reasonably wondered aloud what getting acclimated to his new side would look like. Now, he and the Bombers know. The novel coronavirus pandemic has created challenges enough for high school sports, in regard… Continue Reading
By Jenny Kapcio | Bomber Media New girls soccer coach Jonathan Kostoff plans to take Kenston girls soccer to the next level, but believes strong relationships will be important for the team to have success. Kostoff believes there is more to being a successful program than just practicing and playing the game and that success… Continue Reading
After coming off an incredible season going 14-3-1, the Girls Soccer team is eager for the coming season. The team reached new heights in their talent and worked very well together in the previous season. Much of the positive chemistry on the field was formed during the preseason while the team put in hours of… Continue Reading
Q: What’s your name? A: Leah Fine Q: What grade are you in? A: 12th 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… Continue Reading
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