Kenston 6-foot-3 junior Kyle Quinlan just knocked down his second 3-pointer for a 29-16 lead midway through the second quarter, and the Bomber cagers were well on their way during a season opener against Solon on Tuesday night in Bainbridge.
A weekly meeting to water and weed resulted in a bounty of produce and community giving for a group at Kenston High School involved in a leadership and service learning project for students in Lake and Geauga counties.
Thieves looking for quick cash and possibly drug money are taking off with vehicle catalytic converters, especially school buses, according to area police. One of the latest targets was the Kenston Local School District bus garage.
The Kenston hockey team might be playing more defense than the Ice Bombers have become accustomed to in recent years, but, with senior netminder Jason Hildebran between the pipes, giving up freebies will be few and far between.
Kenston senior receiver Tyler Mintz came up with a 17-yard reception down to the 5-yard line on a play that took four seconds, at most, during the Bombers’ road playoff opener against New Philadelphia on Friday night.
Family members gathered at the parking lot of the Chagrin Falls Park Community Center in Bainbridge last Sunday as Girl Scout Troop No. 70852 held their dedication ceremony to present the product of their Silver Award project.
The Kenston boys cross-country team was deadlocked in seventh place with two-time defending state champion Hudson and 800 meters to go in the Division I state race Saturday at the National Trail Raceway in Hebron.
The Division III AP No. 7-ranked Kenston gridders were behind the sticks at their own 11-yard line and flirting with danger against unbeaten Western Reserve Conference foe Mayfield on Friday night in Bainbridge.
Riverside entered the night averaging 28.8 points per game, but the Beavers had no luck chewing through Kenston’s defense in Western Reserve Conference play Friday in Painesville.
One of the most aggressive serving programs in the state, Gilmour Academy volleyball should have a good handle on its serve receive with plenty of practice at its home gym.
The Kenston boys had no business winning their program’s first Division I region cross-country title during the 24-team race on Saturday at Boardman High School. Or at least that was the popular opinion beforehand.
The defending district champion Solon volleyball team (15-9) wasted no time securing its fourth straight trip to the finals by disposing of Warren Howland (20-5) in three sets during semifinals play Tuesday night at the Lady Comets’ home floor.
The Kenston gridders (7-1, 4-1) got their bounce-back win, but there was definitely some sweat involved during a 26-14 home result against Western Reserve Conference foe Madison (3-5, 2-3) on Friday night in Bainbridge.
The Kenston boys cross-country team won its program’s first Division I district championship going away during the 17-team meet on Saturday at Madison High School’s 5-kilometer course in Lake County.
West Geauga renowned goal scorer Nicola Ehrbar hammered away a pair of tallies to put the Lady Wolverines well on their way to a bounce-back victory in a regular-season finale against Kenston on Saturday afternoon at Howell Field.
Like they had in every game so far this season, the Kenston boys were fixing to score first when they took the opening drive into the red zone against Willoughby South on Friday night in Bainbridge Township.
Entering the match with 75 goals through 13 games, the Kenston girls soccer team sure didn’t need any help from rival Chagrin Falls during a clash on the pitch last Thursday at C.S. Harris Stadium.
Kenston Alumni Association honored its 2019 class of inductees to its Distinguished Hall of Fame in a ceremony held Oct. 2 at the Kenston High School Auditorium. Those inducted were Dr. Alan Gurd, Kenston team physician; William Berger, educator; Robert A. Lee, educator; William O’Neil, educ…
Kenston owned a 28-6 lead after Division II Brush (0-5) put together a 64-yard scoring drive with 53 seconds left in the half of a Western Reserve Conference clash on Friday night at Korb Field in Lyndhurst.
The Chagrin Falls girls golf team left no doubt in repeating a district berth during the Division I sectional tournament on Tuesday at Tamer Win’s golf course in Cortland.
The University School boys golf team didn’t graduate any linkers from last year’s postseason team, but the Preppers had a new ringer leading them back to districts during the Division I sectional tournament on Tuesday in Concord Township.
High school soccer teams that don’t get scored on can’t lose – plain and simple. But the Kenston girls haven’t been too focused on not losing this season.
Kenston might have remained unbeaten, but the Bombers (3-0) definitely had some weaknesses exposed during their home clash against West Geauga (0-3) on Friday night in Bainbridge Township.
Public schools across the Chagrin Valley and Geauga County for the most part performed well on the annual district report cards released this morning (Sept. 12) by the Ohio Department of Education.