Coventry Boys Freshman Basketball

  • Overall Record: 7 - 12
  • Conference Record: 5 - 6

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7th Grade Boys Basketball Defeats Streetsboro

The 7th grade boys defeated Streetsboro last night 38-28 moving to 12-1 on the season. The Comets were led by Kamden McAfee, Brady Watson, Arico Pickett, and Kenton Duty. The boys are next in action on Monday at Woodridge.

Boys Basketball Falls to Western Reserve Academy

The boys basketball team could not find the bottom of the hoop last night, losing to Western Reserve Academy 55-40. The Comets led at the half 31-27. Leading the way for the Comets were sophomore Jarmond Hogg with 10 points, junior Drew Williams with 7 points, and senior Dusty Burkhart with 7 points, 6 assists,

7th Grade Boys Basketball Routs Ravenna

The 7th grade boys basketball team continued their success last night, defeating Ravenna 52-6. The boys are now 11-1 on the season and play next on Thursday vs. Streetsboro.

7th Grade Boys Basketball Dominates Field

The 7th grade boys basketball team defeated Field last night 62-24. The Comets were led by Brady Watson with 20 points with Dylan Dick orchestrating the offense. The boys are now 10-1 and travel to Ravenna on Monday.

Boys Basketball Makes Quick Work of Cloverleaf

The boys basketball team started off strong and never looked back last night, defeating Cloverleaf 77-44. The Comets had a balanced scoring attack, as 11 of the 12 varsity players scored during the game. Leading the way were sophomore Jarmond Hogg with 17 points, senior Dusty Burkhart with 15 points, 7 rebounds, and 6 assists,

7th Grade Boys Basketball Defeats Cloverleaf

The 7th grade boys basketball team continued their winning ways by defeating Cloverleaf last night 48-27. Leading the way for the Comets were Kaden Lehman and Andrew Mosnot. The boys are now 9-1 and play at Field on Thursday.

Boys Basketball Defeats Northwest

The boys basketball team defeated Northwest last night 75-60, bringing their record to 7-3 overall and 4-2 in the PTC. The Comets were led by a career high in scoring from sophomore Jarmond Hogg with 32 points. Senior Dusty Burkhart and junior Sam Vanadia each added 11 points as well. The boys travel to Norton