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KFS football state runner ups

The Kenston Forest Football team finished up a memorable and historical season last week with a tough loss in the state title game to Blessed Sacrament Hugenot.

“I am proud of this team,” Head Coach Joe said. “They finished with a 9-2 record, and they won the VCC conference for the first time in 30 years at KFS. I am proud to be their coach, and I am privileged to get to work with them and their families on a daily basis here at KFS.”

Some of these season highlight wins and moments include the following:

— A thrilling victory on Homecoming over South Hampton 50 – 42 on a last-minute touchdown catch by Senior Steve Dormady.

— A dominating VCC win over archrival Brunswick Academy 57 – 6 in which senior Ryan Whitehead racked up 23 tackles and two sacks.

  Ending Blessed Sacrament Huguenot’s win streak on BSH’s Senior Night and winning the VCC regular season championship. Senior Trey Lewis had 290 all-purpose yards in that victory.

— Making the state playoffs, finishing State champion runner up, winning the VCC.

The Kavaliers finished the season 9-2 overall and 4-0 in the VCC. Kaiser and his staff said they look forward to building on the foundation that this group has laid for the Kenston Forest Football program.