Kenston scored a pair of touchdowns in the first and second quarters on the way to blanking Chagrin Falls in Week 1, 35-0.
The Tigers accumulated just 136 yards of offense in their first game under new head coach John Scott.
“Week 1 to week 2 is where you make your biggest strides,” Scott told the News-Herald. “Most of the things that we are going to see on film can be corrected.”
Chagrin Falls will look to bounce back on Friday when Trinity visits C.S. Harris Stadium for nonconference game in Week 2.