The boys soccer team is entering the second half of their season. After winning on Tuesday September 23, the team posts a record of 7-2-2. The team has a very strong roster with 10 returning seniors. With extremely talented under classmen, the team has more than enough depth to make the push into the post season. Harley Vossler, captain and lead scorer said, "We already have almost met our amount of wins last season and we are looking to keep this run of form for the rest of the season into post season. Team chemistry is very important this year." Corban Joyce, defensive captain said, "Our season has started off great with a record of 7-2-2 with losses of only one goal against strong teams. We hope to go 0 to 100 with alacrity in finishing the second half of our season." The boys take on Strongsville at Strongsville this Saturday. Be there at 7 p.m. to cheer them on.
This year we moved up divisions to the Red North instead of the Red South. We are going to be facing much harder teams like Rocky River, Hudson, Shaker Heights, and Strongsville. This year we have a very big chance to win the Red North/South Baron Cup. We have our first scrimmage on November 15th against St. Francis DeSales in Columbus. We have our first tournament at the University of Miami of Ohio from November 28th-30th. The teams first regular season game is on December 6th at Kent State University. The home opener game is on December 13th versus Rocky River at The Pond. The game is from 9-11pm, I suggest everybody should show up for this game. "This team is the best Kenston hockey team yet," said Lucas Hadar.
The boys' varsity soccer team has had a very strong season this year with a record of 7-2-2. After a hard fought game against Orange we are now 5-0 in the CVC. Hard work since July has paid off by having a great record in the regular season and being undefeated in the CVC. From seeing the team last year I'd say that we have improved a lot. There have been many ups to this season like a great record and there have been many downs to this season dealing with many injuries. Cole Cannon said,"I am very proud of how the team is doing this year, the level of play has shifted greatly from last year and we actually have a chance of winning the CVC title."There is always more to improve on but it will turn out to be a great season!
The Bombers had a rough start in the beginning of the season. They have buried that and decided to focus on one game at a time and the Bombers are back and ready for Chagrin. They have shut out both Brush and Wickliffe. This leaves high hopes that the Bombers will do this to Chagrin which will give us three shut outs in a row. This will make a big impact on the CVC. This is the game that fans have been talking about all year and it is finally here. Start the evening off by joining the Kenston Community for a spaghetti dinner at 5:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.
As fall team sports continue with their season, winter sports are starting to prepare for the upcoming season. Teams such as the basketball team and the wrestling team have started workouts for anyone interested in participating in those sports. Since this is the last year that Kenston will be in the Chagrin Valley Conference, all teams are going to work harder than ever before to bring back a CVC title. Junior swimmer Brad Toth said, "I am very excited to start the season, and even more excited to try to help the team win our first CVC title." As most winter teams have won a CVC championship, it would make it more special to be able to win one before moving onto the Western Reserve Conference.
The 2014-2015 Kenston High School Hockey Team is starting off the season with a bang. This season the team has a new coach, Eric Horschler. He was a Kenston grad in 2005. In the 2004-2005 season Eric was a late addition to the Bomber 2004-2005 season that finished 14-9, Horschler racked up 94 points – averaging about four goals and 1 1/2 assists a game – and captained a Blue Northeast Division championship in the Greater Cleveland High School Hockey League.