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.
A boys lacrosse matchup that easily could have featured some down-to-the-wire fireworks turned into a bomb drop in Solon’s favor, when the Comets hosted Kenston on Friday night at Stewart Field.
Undergoing some growing pains this spring, the Kenston boys lacrosse team had no business giving Chagrin Falls a run for its bankroll on Saturday night at C.S. Harris Stadium.
Kenston School District is on the search for a new treasurer. Treasurer Phillip Butto has announced he has been hired to serve as treasurer of the Hudson School District. Kenston Board of Education accepted his resignation April 25 and he will be leaving July 31.
Communicating the needs and thoughts of the Kenston School District community is one of the goals of the Kenston Citizens’ Advisory Committee which completed a survey last year. Now, it is working on a second one.
Riding a four-game win streak, Kenston baseball took a 3-2 lead against league foe Chardon in the bottom of the fifth on Friday evening in Bainbridge Township.
It was only fitting that the Lady Bombers carried the load in defending the combined team title during the Kenston Greg Lusk Coed Relays on Friday at their home track in Bainbridge Township.
Who is this old guy and why is he yelling? That was my first impression of Greg Lusk. He was actually 51 years young at the time, but my 14-year-old self didn’t know any better.
After starting the season at 0-4, the defending Western Reserve Conference champion Kenston baseball team finished its spring-break trip with a pair of victories last week at The Ripken Experience in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
With enough players to re-establish a junior varsity team this spring, the best days are yet to come for the Kenston girls lacrosse program under second-year head coach Patrick Benz.
Setting clocks forward and glimpses of warmer temperatures signal spring is on the way, and for local public school districts that means preparing and making decisions on interdistrict open enrollment.
They may not contain tobacco, but e-cigarette aerosol is far from harmless. The sweet smelling vapor contains nicotine, the same addictive drug found in tobacco cigars and cigarettes.
The Geauga County Educational Service Center and its Vocational Consortium play a major role in the lives of students with learning disabilities who are seeking to train for jobs. Mandi Baggett has been with the center for 12 years and is the career assessment specialist for the vocational c…
Voluntary dives don’t always get the “Oohs” and “Ahs” from the crowd like the higher degree-of-difficulty optional dives do, but there’s no doubt about their impact in crowning a champion.
Competing against the Brecksville-Broadview Heights girls can be intimidating for opposing gymnasts, especially those who were making their debuts during the Northeast District meet on Saturday at West Geauga High School.
Geauga County government records take up about 6,000 feet of space with the majority stored in boxes lined up in rows up to 11-feet high, according to county Archivist Clair Wilson.
The state No. 1-ranked Gilmour Academy hockey team might have dodged an upset bullet, but the key was getting one of its 48 bullets on net to dodge Hudson senior goalie Will Hannon in district quarterfinals action Monday night in Kent.
Solon only won six bouts during a road wrestling dual against Kenston on Friday night in Bainbridge Township, but the Comet matmen came away with a decisive 49-18 victory.
Kenston junior diver Mary O’Neill was 18.65 points out of the lead and 12.95 points out of second place entering the ninth of 11 rounds during the Division I sectional diving competition last Thursday at Solon High School.
It was National Girls and Women in Sports Day last week and girls in grades three, four and five at Timmons Elementary School and their moms had fun together trying their skills in everything from dribbling basketballs and throwing a softball to handling a tennis racket.