It did not take long for the Kenston Bombers girls’ basketball team to realize it would not be an easy game against Twinsburg. Kenston bounced back after a disappointing start and edged the Tigers 47-38 last Saturday afternoon at Twinsburg High School.
If there’s one thing Kenston Bombers’ senior Alex Bayus can take away from his high school diving career, it’s that he’s been nothing but consistent.
It looked like it could be an early day for the Kenston Bombers girls’ basketball team but they turned things around and mounted a comeback to top Kirtland 50-44 last Saturday afternoon at Bainbridge Township.
The Kenston Board of Education on Monday voted to name Neysa Gaskins and Jennifer Troutman as the board’s president and vice president, respectively. Dr. Beth Krause and Mrs. Gaskins were the incumbent president and vice president prior to Monday’s meeting.
Kenston High School has a new outside decoration after junior Madeline Ramsey’s Girl Scout Gold Award project brought a home-built composting unit to the school.
The Kenston Bombers’ hockey team’s heads were still spinning after playing the Amherst Comets. Kenston opened play at the Parma Invitational by losing 7-0 to Amherst last Sunday afternoon at the Michael A. Ries Ice Rink.
Kenston High School received another feather in its cap when its student-run Bomber Bash club was recognized with a 2021 Medical Mutual Pillar Award for community service.
The Kenston School District will be under guidance of Superintendent Nancy Santilli for another three years after the Board of Education unanimously approved a contract extension during Monday night’s meeting.
The Kenston Bombers’ swim team spent the entire week preparing for a double-dual meet against Western Reserve Conference rival Willoughby South and Brush, but at the last second, the Arcs withdrew from the meet.
The Kenston Bombers boys’ basketball team desperately needed some kind off spark. Kenston found that and then some by cruising to a 77-52 victory over Western Reserve Conference foe Riverside last Friday night in Bainbridge Township.
At long last, the Kenston Bombers girls’ basketball team returned home. The Bombers celebrated their first home game of the season by defeating Western Reserve Conference rival Madison 63-32 last Saturday afternoon at Bainbridge Township.
Battling through a pandemic last year was not part of the plan, but Kenston Bombers’ hockey coach Tom Moores believes it made his team stronger. The Bombers out-muscled Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League White East Division rival Orange 5-2 last Sunday night at The Pond.
According to Kenston Bombers’ coach Derrick DeJarnette, words cannot express how happy his team is to be back on the court. Kenston opened its season with a 73-48 victory over the University School Preppers at the Great Lakes Showcase last Saturday evening at Cleveland Heights High School.
The, typically, blue-filled halls of Kenston High School last week were filled with shades of orange and turquoise as the school honored the memory of Delaney Nalepka.
The Kenston Board of Education on Monday advised parents to have a backup plan when it comes to transporting their children to and from school due to the district’s shortage of bus drivers.
Parents spoke out Monday at a Kenston Local School District Board of Education meeting objecting to the reinstated mask mandate that took effect on Aug. 10.
When Ryan Gilbert stepped up to the dish on May 20 in the Division I Hudson Sectionals against the Solon Comets, there was a lot riding on his shoulders. The Kenston Bombers were trailing the Solon Comets 8-7 with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning and were on the brink of elimination.