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.
Change in Cheer Tryout Dates!
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!
Kenston Track 2014
The 2014 track season has just recently begun and is off to a good start. There have been two meets so far with their third on Friday, April 11. The first meet was at home vs. Orange, and the second was an invitational at Crestwood. The meet on Friday will be for Kenston relays only, and will start right after school. The team has won the meet for the past three years, and students are encouraged to go and support the team! If you can't make it to the meet, make sure to check out the schedule on the track page. "We're looking forward for another fun and challenging season this year," said sophomore Zac Byrnes. Hopefully the team will have a chance of getting to states, so come show them your support!
The Kenston Bombers will once again be hosting the Greg Lusk Kenston Relays on Friday, April 11th. The track team is looking to defend their titles, as they have won the meet for three consecutive years. Other teams which will be attending include Aurora, Crestwood, CVCA, NDCL, Orange, Twinsburg, and Woodridge. Field events will begin at 4 and running events will begin with the girls four by 1600 meter relay at 5.
The boy's lacrosse team currently has a record of 4-2. They have had a double overtime thriller against Toledo St. Francis and a 1-goal game against Kent Roosevelt. They have had two tough losses against Westlake and University school. The team is in high spirits and know what they need to do to compete regulary with anybody they play.
Girls Lacrosse Rivalry Game just Around the Corner!
The Kenston Bombers Girl's Lacrosse Team is traveling down the road for the biggest rivalry game of the season! The girls play the Chagrin Tigers on Thursday, April 10th! This will be the most evenly matched game in years so it will be more of a competition of pure grit and determination than of skills. With their win over Lake Catholic on Tuesday the Bombers have improved their record to 7-1, which is the best start to the season that they have ever had. Senior attack player Samantha DiSanto, "This is the seniors last time to face Chagrin as our arch rivals and you better believe that we are as focused as could be. This is the game that our entire team has looked forward to ever since preseason conditioning and the day is almost here, it will be a great game so everyone should try their best to make it!" The battle between the Bombers and the Tigers will start with the junior varsity game at 5 p.m. and the Varsity game at 6:30 p.m. Good luck girls!
The baseball team will be leaving this Friday after school for the Cal Ripkin experience baseball trip down to Myrtle Beach. The Cal Ripken Experience offers now 9 synthetic turf baseball fields two of them which are brand new. The complex also features training areas that contains a Ripken-designed infield training circle, bullpen mounds, batting cages and bunting stations, which are used for pre-game practices. Each field is designed symmetrically after a legendary professional ballpark - Griffith, Navin Field. We will be playing up to 8 games during the week against teams from all around the United States.
Varsity Baseball Season Begins
The Kenston Varsity Baseball team begins their season this week! The team has put in a lot of hard work this off season and is very excited to start playing. The team's first game and home opener was scheduled for Thursday April 3 against Solon. Unfortunately the game was cancelled due to weather conditions. The Bombers will begin CVC league play on Monday and Tuesday against Perry HS. Following their two games against Perry, the Bombers will host St. Edwards High School on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. With the crazy weather that has been occurring lately the Bombers can not wait to start playing, Senior baseball player Mike Rosinki said, "I am pumped to start playing games! This should be a very fun and exciting season!" On Friday, April 11th, the Bombers will be leaving for Myrtle Beach for their spring break trip. The baseball teams' results in Myrtle Beach will be kept up to date on the Kenston Website throughout the week.