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Girls Win Sectional Championship by Defeating Norton 40-27

COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL 40, NORTON HIGH SCHOOL 27  The Lady Comets improved to 17-6 and defeated rival Norton for the third time this season. They will now compete in a District Semifinal at Lake HS on Monday March 2nd at 7:45 pm. Norton 2 6 8 11 –27 Coventry 9 9 14 8 –40 (N)

Lady Comets Fall to Barberton, but Finish Regular Season at 16-6

BARBERTON HIGH SCHOOL 54, COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL 28   Girls finish regular season with a 16-6 record and will host Norton in a Division II Sectional match up on Thursday February 26th vs. Norton at 7:00 pm. Coventry 7 4 7 10 –28 Barberton 14 10 18 12 –54 (C) (16-6,NA)  Baird 3-1-7, Basinger 4-1-9,

Boys Finish 2nd and Girls 3rd in the PTC Tournament

PTC TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS: BOYS METRO DIVISION – Norton 4,087 BOYS COUNTY DIVISION – Woodridge 3,905 GIRLS COUNTY DIVISION – Woodridge 3,240 GIRLS METRO DIVISION – Kent Roosevelt 3,514   PTC OVERALL DIVISION CHAMPIONS: BOYS METRO DIVISION – Norton BOYS COUNTY DIVISION – Woodridge GIRLS METRO DIVISION – Crestwood GIRLS COUNTY DIVISION – Co-Champions: Woodridge &

Comets Fall Short to the Rovers

ROOTSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL 47, COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL 44  Narrative: Coventry playing another game without leading scorer Chloe Baird was not able to match Rootstown’s scoring. Courtney Basinger led Coventry with a double double. Basinger scored 12 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Rootstown 16 13 8 10 –47 Coventry 10 15 12 7 –44 (R)

Lady Comets defeat East 73-36

COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL 73, EAST HIGH SCHOOL 36  Narrative: Coventry played without leading scoring Chloe Baird but still all players on the roster say action. Coventry was led by Emily Cerepak who had a double double. Emily led Coventry with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Maisha Biddings also had 11 rebounds and eight points. Karli

7th Grade Girls Win PTC Championship

The girls 7th grade basketball team beat Brown MS in the Metro Championship on Tuesday February 10th and finished 14-3 for the season.

Girls Defeat Laurel 45-33

COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL 45, LAUREL SCHOOL 33   Coventry jumped out to a 14 to 2 first quarter lead that expanded to a 25 to 10 halftime margin. Coventry went into their delay game the second half to finish with a 45 to 33 victory at Laurel. Chloe Baird led Coventry with 24 points which

Football Players Make College Selections

The Coventry Athletic Department is pleased to announce that four student athletes have decided to continue playing football at the collegiate level. Zack Lake signed a letter of intent with Alderson Broaddus University, Devon Jones decided to walk on at the University of Akron, Mickey Duvall will attend Ohio Northern University, and Lawrence Anderson will attend Alderson Broaddus University

Comets win thriller over Kenmore 54-52

COVENTRY HIGH SCHOOL 54, KENMORE HIGH SCHOOL 52  click on link below to read article and view pictures from the Akron Beacon journal http://www.ohio.com/sports/high-school/girls-basketball-coventry-54-kenmore-52-comets-stage-late-rally-to-clip-cardinals-1.563299 Kenmore 16 12 14 10 –52 Coventry 17 8 14 15 –54 (K) (NA,NA)  Dix 2-3-8, Howell 2-0-5, McCormick 7-1-15, Richardson 1-0-2, Smith 6-0-12, Taylor 4-0-10. Totals:  22-NA, 4-13, 52. (C)