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.
Defending state champion Kenston was supposed to rely on its offense early in the season, but the Bombers closed off the end zone during the entirety of its opener on Friday night at Black River in Medina County.
In its seventh edition, the Kenston Frank Gibas cross-country invitational keeps getting bigger and bigger, meaning the competition is getting stiffer and stiffer.
If those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it, then perhaps the Kenston gridders should go ahead and take a snooze on what happened last year.
Thomas Worthington’s top three runners stopped the watch before any Solon harriers during Ohio’s first cross-country meet of the season on Saturday at the National Trail Raceway in Hebron, just east of Columbus.
Had Chagrin Falls known about Kenston senior goalkeeper David Rosinski, maybe the Tigers would have pushed to host their crosstown rival on Saturday, instead of the season opener on Friday night at C.S. Harris Stadium.
Kenston put six harriers on the course who never ran 5 kilometers in competition, but the Lady Bombers more than held their own against much of the state’s best on Saturday at the National Trail Raceway in Hebron.
Chagrin Falls boys soccer had one of those once-in-a-decade classes, at least for a public school, during the Tigers’ 15-3-1 campaign last season that garnered a No. 2 ranking in the state.
Sparked by a trio of freshmen, the University School boys golf program captured the team trophy during the Kenston Invitational Tournament on Tuesday at Punderson State Park’s par-72 course in Newbury.
The first year of the Kenston Resource Officer program has concluded and it is being hailed as a successful endeavor by the school district and the Bainbridge Police Department. The second year for the program will begin on Aug. 15 when the academic year kicks off.
Just like home, area schools have to keep up with general maintenance, and repairs and summer is a good time to do those projects when school is out. Kenston Local School District is working on a number of projects to be ready for the start of classes for the new school year.
Five Kenston athletes, one team and a Bomber athletic trainer as well as two Hawken School athletes and an athletic trainer were recognized during the second University Hospitals Sports Medicine Athlete Awards May 31 at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland.
Kenston and Cincinnati Sycamore were the only teams that truly had all their eggs in one basket for the four-by-100-meter relay during the girls Division I state track and field championship Saturday evening in Columbus.
Auburn Career Center has been expanding its programs including a new criminal justice course, Superintendent Dr. Brian Bontempo told Geauga County Commissioners last week.
Since getting bumped up to Division I in 2002, the Kenston girls track and field team hasn’t made much of name for itself in regional competition.
There weren’t many eliminations to go around for the Solon boys track and field team last Wednesday and Friday, when the Comets captured their fourth straight Division I district banner at Fitch High School in Austintown.
The last time the Solon girls track and field team lost a district meet, then-junior Alex Paskell was busy winning the long jump at 16 feet, 8 1/2 inches in 2009 at Ravenna High School.
The Chagrin Valley Rotary Club presented the 2019 Today’s Teacher Award to four nominees from Chagrin Falls Exempted Village Schools and Kenston Local Schools. Beginning in 2005, principals of each district nominate two teachers for the award. The award rotates honoring teachers from grades …
Kenston School District will be welcoming a new school treasurer on Aug. 1. The Kenston Board of Education hired Paul Pestello to replace Phillip Butto who is leaving to take the treasurer’s post in the Hudson City School District.
There was no fourth-quarter comeback for the Chagrin Falls boys lacrosse team during the No. 2-seeded Tigers’ playoff opener against Kenston on Monday night at their home C.S. Harris Stadium.
The Kenston girls track and field team repeated a runner-up finish during the Western Reserve Conference meet, but the Kenston boys had a decade string of league banners come to a halt last Thursday at Wildcat Stadium in Mayfield.
Those pesky Mayfield Wildcats were taking a stab at dethroning the Kenston aces with a possible upset on the third singles court, but Bomber junior Bryce Grossman was having none during the Western Reserve Conference tournament last Wednesday in Bainbridge.