Kenston Baseball completed a two game sweep Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. These were the first two games for the Bombers since returning from their Myrtle Beach spring break trip. In the first game the Bombers’ bats did a lot of damage driving in 16 runs in five innings. The Bomber defense played well lead by pitcher Anthony Hajdu who had 5 strike outs. The second game was dominated by pitcher Peter Rozman. Peter pitched a complete game shut out and only allowed two hits. Peter also struck out 12 batters during the game which tied the school record for most strikeouts in a single game. Senior outfielder Mike Rosinski said, "It was really exciting watching Peter pitch knowing that he was closing in on the record." The Bombers won the second game 5-0. The Bombers will finish out the week playing University on Thursday and Chardon on Friday.
Parents, do you want to know when your child's game has been canceled before everyone else? Now you can with the schedule star alert. On the Kenston Website there is a link to a Website called Schedule Star. All of the Kenston sports schedules are on this Website. In order to get alerts for cancellations, you must make an account. It will ask you for your email address. Once you have registered, you can pick what sports you want to get alerts for. Once you have your sport or sport selected you can choose to receive your alert through email, text messages or both. This can be very helpful to parents so that they do not get the news of the cancelled game late. Firefox and Google Chrome work the best for this Website.
The dates for the cheerleading tryout clinics has been changed once again! Clinics are Monday, May 5, through Wednesday, May 7, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. and Thursday, May 8, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. The official tryout day and time is Friday, May 9, from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Just a few tips: "hands on your hips, smile on your lips, spirit in your heart, let's start!" Most of all just have fun! Good luck to you all!