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Important Athletic Updates – Uniforms, Awards, Pay to Participate

  We will be collecting ALL high school and middle school uniforms next week. Collection times will be on Wednesday, May 13th from 5pm-8pm and Thursday, May 14th from 10am-4pm at the high school. Due to construction on Portage Lakes Drive, you must enter via Manchester Road and pull around to the front of the

Virtual Cheerleading Tryouts

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tryouts for both the high school and middle school cheerleading teams for next year will be held virtually. Please see below for details. High School Students who will be in 9th-12th grade for the 2020-2021 school year should email Coach Belknap at cbelknap@coventryschools.org by May 15th to show your interest.

Spring Sports 2020 Virtual Senior Recognition

Because we are unable to recognize our spring sports seniors in the traditional way, we will be honoring them through a virtual senior night on www.coventryathletics.org, Twitter, and Facebook. In order to be featured, seniors must fill out the following Google form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdlP7cSKgVJlzUQpWllzpr4zfi5FLHBlrMVOP0G9DR1qWie6Q/viewform Also, if you have any action photos of your senior playing their sport,

COVID-19 Return to Play Plan

The following is an important update about COVID-19 and the Return to Play plan for Coventry sports. As expected, numerous guidelines have been dictated to us and a comprehensive Return to Play plan has been developed. An informational video outlining this plan can be seen here: Parent Video. All athletes and parents should watch this

Cross Country Information

Any 7th-12th grade athlete interested in running cross country this fall should contact Coach Gareri at 330-697-5828 to get added to the GroupMe. Any questions about summer workouts can be directed to her. Training plans are below: June Level 1 June Level 2 July Level 1 July Level 2

Cleveland Clinic/Akron General Recommendation for Physicals

Dear Athletic Directors, As Ohio moves forward with the process of re-opening the state, we all are waiting to hear about schools and sports in the fall. I don’t think it is clear to any of us that either will go on in the usual fashion. At the moment, we aren’t sure what to expect

Girls Tennis Information

Any girl who will be in 9th-12th grade next fall and is interested in playing tennis should fill out the Google Form below: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mwhSN5hGNnpfT0gHrxoP6zvdYTtX2oxdMln-kIvTsSY Further questions can be directed to Coach Baugess at tbaugess@coventryschools.org.

Justin Christian – Virtual Senior Night 2020

Justin Christian has run track for 5 years and all 4 years of high school. He was also on the football team and in the Game Club and Foreign Language Club. His favorite memory from track was bringing the speaker and dancing at all the invitationals. Justin offers the following advice to underclassmen: “Never volunteer

Volleyball Information

Anyone interested in playing volleyball in the fall should contact the coaches to receive the summer virtual workouts. Next year’s high schoolers should contact Coach Caslow at bcaslow@coventryschools.org and next year’s 7th and 8th graders should contact Coach Burkhart at rburkhart@coventryschools.org.  

Mason Clark – Virtual Senior Night 2020

Mason Clark has run track for 4 years and was also on the football team and in the men’s chorus. His favorite memory from track was throwing shot and disc with the other throwers. Mason offers the following advice for underclassmen: “Don’t hesitate to do what you want, join a sport or a club and

Cody Palmer – Virtual Senior Night 2020

Cody Palmer has played baseball for 13 years and all 4 years of high school. He was also on the football team and in the marching band. His favorite memory from baseball was all the times he got to joke with his friends and the games we won. Cody offers the following advice for underclassmen:

Mikayla Baldwin – Virtual Senior Night 2020

Mikayla Baldwin has played softball for 6 years and was also in the Foreign Language Club and Key Club. Her favorite memory from softball was the bus rides, listening to music, and getting hype to win against our opponents. Mikayla offers the following advice for underclassmen: “Just do it! You will have amazing coaches and

Garret Krites – Virtual Senior Night 2020

Garret Krites has played baseball for 13 years and all 4 years of high school. He was also involved with the Key Club. His favorite memory from baseball was definitely burger night with the boys every Thursday where the whole varsity baseball team went to get burgers and also the bus rides and getting ready