This week the Bombers are getting ready for West G. This will be tough game but the Bombers have been on a great win streak, and they are feeling unstoppable. West G is another team that will not face the Bombers ever again since the Bombers are switching conferences and the Bombers want to go out on top. "This is a big rival for Kenston and it would be great to beat West G one last time," said Max Philips. The Bombers only have two more games left. If they win both of them they will win the CVC title. Everyone is ready for Geauga County classic - West Geauga Wolverines vs. the Kenston Bombers. This team will put the Bombers to the test to see if they are playoff worthy. This rivalry is not quite like Chagrin, but over the years the rivalry has grown. The Bomber Football players had a great week of practice and are ready for the game.
Attention all Lady Bomber Basketball players interested in playing this season. Starting this week on Tuesday, conditioning will be held in the Auxiliary gym right after school at 2:30-4:30 every day of the week up until October 29. If you are not in a fall sport and plan on playing this year then you should be attending these sessions. This is the time to get your body in shape so when practices do start you aren't the last one running down the court.
In the last year for Kenston in the CVC, the fall sports have been doing really well. We already have 3 CVC championships this year in volleyball, girl’s golf, and boys cross country. The football team is still undefeated in the CVC, 5-2 overall, and has a huge matchup week 10 against Aurora, who is undefeated this season. If they win the rest of their games they should be guaranteed a spot in the playoffs, and will have a CVC title. Volleyball has completely dominated the CVC again, as they have won 120 straight matches and are the number one seed in the Solon tournament playoff bracket. Boys cross-country won another CVC title after winning the CVC meet in Perry October 11th.
The Kenston Bomber Football team has been rolling the past couple of weeks. After a rocky start to the season the team has found itself with a 5-2 record. While this record may not show the talent of this Kenston team, it now leaves them in a predicament. The team only has one option, and that is to win. If Kenston loses one more game their season will come to an end and they will not make the playoffs. As Linebacker Collin Kure said, "We have a great opportunity ahead of us." The team’s playoff birth and chance at the CVC title may come down to week 10. All the Bombers can do now is fight to stay alive.
Most of the fall sports are coming to an end and playoffs are upcoming, but the Kenston Krazies are not ready to stop just yet. All year the student section has traveled all over the CVC to supports the teams. They have shown their amazing dedication showing up to games far away. Every Friday night football game there is a different theme. The Kenston Krazies have had a blue out, white out, red out, and an American theme. "When I’m out on the field, the Kenston Krazies keep me going," said linebacker Collin Kure. The Kenston Krazies are especially looking forward for the fall sports teams to enter the playoffs. "Feels so great to be a part of the best student section in the CVC," said Kenston Krazies captain Brandon Baker. Everyone should attend any game possible as the numbers are quickly declining. All sports teams have had very successful season so far with many conference titles. Come out and show your support.
The varsity volleyball team has started to play the playoff games. On Thursday, October 16, the KBV played in Solon against Shaker with a positive result of 3x0. It was a game without difficulties and with a considerable distance between the points in each game. The first game was 25-9, second 25-13, and the last 25-16. "It was a steady win to move us to the next round and we are all really excited. One of our main goals since the beginning of the season was to win districts and we are ready to accomplish that goal," said Amanda Schaefer.
The boys soccer team topped Nordonia Wednesday night for their first playoff win of the season! The win was headed by Hunter Neal, who scored both goals in the 2-0 win. The Bombers will play Walsh in their upcoming game. Their next game is at 7 p.m. on Saturday, October, 18, at Walsh High School. Here is what Cole Cannon said about the win, "I feel we played at the caliber we should have all season, and I hope we can take this high level of play into the rest of the playoffs." The Bombers finished the season 8-4-4 with big wins over Hawken and Orange. Hopefully the squad can keep up their good play to reach the state championship in Columbus at Columbus Crew Stadium.