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Fall Lifting

Zach SilbermannOn Monday November 18, Coach Grubich opened up the weight room to all football players that plan on playing this coming fall. This will jump start our off-season workouts and help prepare the Bombers for the tenuous winter conditioning and summer workout schedule. The weight room is now open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays during the fall. There are coaches that supervise and provide exercises for the players to do. If you plan on playing football this fall and do not play a winter sport, come to the weight room after school to start your lifting early!

Buzz saw: Kenston coach says Fighting Irish best team in state

Whether losing a blowout or losing a nail biter, season-ending games hurt in one way or another.

For Kenston (7-4), it was the former of the two defeats, as the Bombers ran into a juggernaut in St. Vincent-St. Mary (11-0) during the first round of the Division III, Region 7 tournament on Friday in Akron.

The host Fighting Irish roughed up Kenston, 52-7, behind a four-touchdown performance by Ohio State University running back recruit Parris Campbell.

Kenston head coach Jeff Grubich said the outcome is what it is.

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Bombers steer past West G, 38-24; Weninger blocks two punts, scores three touchdowns

No need to call the jeweler.

The Kenston gridders polished the stone and made it shine quite fine with a 38-24 triumph against West Geauga in Chagrin Valley Conference action on Friday during the Bombers' senior night.

With the win, not only are the 7-2 Bombers' hopes for a back-to-back playoff appearance looking better than ever, but Kenston also will compete for a share of the CVC title for the first time since 2010.

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Weninger propels Kenston past West Geauga

In his last regular-season home game, Kenston's Drew Weninger wanted to do everything he could to earn a win.

Even he likely didn't think it would go so well.

The senior scored three touchdowns in three different ways and had one of the game's biggest defensive plays in Kenston's 38-24 win over West Geauga on Friday.

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Weninger Leads Kenston to Senior Night Victory

West Geauga Drops Another in CVC

Bombers March Toward Playoffs with Home Win

Drew Weninger knew Friday night's game between his Kenston Bombers and the West Geauga Wolverines would be the last regular season home game of his high school career — and he made the most of it.

The senior defensive back scored three touchdown, blocked two punts — one of which he scooped up and returned for a 30-yard TD — and made the key defensive play of the first half to lead Kenston (7-2, 5-1 CVC) to a 38-24 win on senior night at Kenston Bombers Stadium.

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GAME OF THE WEEK West Geauga at Kenston

West Geauga at Kenston 7 p.m. Friday          

When the West Geauga Wolverines (6-2, 4-1) travel to take on the Kenston Bombers (6-2, 4-1) at 7 p.m. Friday, fans should expect the most physical game of the Chagrin Valley Conference season.

Both teams are gunning for a conference title and for a top-eight spot in the Division III, Region 7 computer rankings in order to secure a postseason berth.

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Team Dinners

Zach Silbermann Before the Bombers take the field every Friday night they have a strict routine that stays the same from week to week. One of the parts of the routine is the team dinners. The team dinners are either bought by the Bomber Elite organization or donated by local restaurants. During team dinners the Bombers discuss the upcoming game and enjoy delicious hot meals. Usually the team dinners consist of chicken, pasta, salad and a roll. It is required that the Bombers consume at least four cups of Gatorade or another sports beverage. Kyle Richter said, "The food is great, and its fun to eat with my defensive squad." The team dinners are a way to fill up on a good meal for the game. We thank everyone who has made the team dinners possible. Go Bombers!

Bombers vs. Lions

Zach SilbermannCome out and support your Kenston Bombers as they take on the Orange Lions Friday night at Kenston Bomber Stadium. Expect a fun, action packed game to kick off the homecoming weekend. The Bombers, 3-2 hopes to come off a tough loss to division rival Chagrin Falls and beat Orange. The Bombers have exciting wins over Chardon, Brush and Wickliffe. "I hope it's a dry night, the camera doesn't like to get wet," said Mr. C. Come out Friday night and support your Bombers and enjoy the homecoming festivities!

Bombers boot Brush from unbeaten, 23-22

It was the kick heard around Northeast Ohio on Friday.

Kenston junior Parker Deuley stepped on the gridiron to attempt a game-winning field goal with just a few ticks left on the clock and his team trailing, 22-20.

Bombers kicking coach Bob Madden was up in the host Brush press box as he phoned in to head coach Jeff Grubich on the headset.

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Field goal as time expires gives Kenston win over Brush

It took a while — two days — but the payoff could be huge for the Kenston football team.

For Parker Deuley, his field goal with as time expired will last a lifetime.

Deuley's 34-yard field secured the Bombers' wild 23-22 nonconference victory over Brush that started Thursday night at Korb Field and finished Friday afternoon.

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Revenge and Ruin Chardon Home Opener

At this point last season, the junior RB Pedro Velasco had no varsity carries.

By the end of the season, Velasco had one carry for one yard.

A combination of a crowded backfield and a tender shoulder -- Velasco was the team's shutdown cornerback -- limited his play.

Yet this year, with five TD's and 250 yards in two games, the senior has proven quickly he is a varsity ballcarrier.

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Pedro Velasco leads Kenston football to a 31-21 win over Chardon

CHARDON, Ohio — Pedro Velasco scored three touchdowns for Kenston to give the Bombers their first win of the 2013 football season, defeating host Chardon 31-21 on Friday night. Velasco had 27 carries for 159 yards and scored on touchdowns run of 2, 2 and 7 yards. Kenston QB Parker Gdula added a touchdown throw to Jake Silbermann. Gdula threw for 215 yards and completed 19 of 25 passes. Kenston scored 14 unanswered points in the third quarter and added a field goal in the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach.

Inexperienced kicker helps Kenston defeat Chardon

Parker Deuley wanted his coach to know everything was all right.
The junior kicker for the Kenston football team, playing football for the first time, had just missed a field goal early in the game between the Bombers and the host Chardon Hilltoppers on Friday.

He trotted off the field, looked at Coach Jeff Grubich and said, "I got the next one, coach."

Deuley made good on his promise.

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Comets Streak Past Bombers

Kollyn Crenshaw took the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown as the visiting Solon Comets pulled away from Kenston in the second half en route to a 48-21 non-conference win at Kenston Bombers Stadium last Friday night.

The Comets also got an 87-yard TD run from senior Antwain Hamilton with 4:45 left in the first half to break open a close game, 24-14. On the night, Solon outgained the Bombers 401-292 total yards, including 260-120 on the ground.

"We knew coming in here we had a young football team and  what I was afraid of would happen happened," Kenston head coach Jeff Grubich said. "We gave up too many big plays."

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Kenston football is ready for the 2013 season

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio - Kenston's football team may not have a ton of experience returning for the 2013 season but it definitely has plenty of heart and determination.

It also is coming off somewhat of a Cinderella season in which the Bombers came back after dropping their first two games to not only make the playoffs but knock off top-seeded Tallmadge once they got there.

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