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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.

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Artist Rylee Fisher always is excited to exceed her clients’ expectations. As an 18-year-old business owner, some people did not take the Bainbridge Township resident seriously or questioned her ability to get the job done. Still, Rylee started her own business, Muralist Cleveland, and has n…

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Kenston Bombers head baseball coach Bob Ford didn’t deny that his team was off to a slow start in the 2021 season. The Bombers started off with a 1-3 record and it seemed that very little was going right for them. Kenston’s third loss came in walk-off fashion as Western Reserve Conference ri…

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The commencement ceremony for Kenston High School is slated to take place on May 25 at 6 p.m. at Bomber Stadium. The ceremony is usually held at Parkside Church in Bainbridge, but this year the graduation will be outdoors and socially distanced due to the COVID-19 pandemic, school officials said.

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Catara DeJarnette can still remember tagging along with her father to her brother D.J.’s basketball practices. She didn’t just watch him practice, but also picked up a ball and began to dribble, shoot and participate in games of knockout. The Kenston junior had grown up with the sport and fe…

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Although the Kenston Bombers girls basketball team was playing in the middle of a pandemic they didn’t have much to complain about. The team was playing some great basketball and put itself in prime position to capture the Western Reserve Conference title. In order to do that it needed to ta…