Coventry Girls Varsity Track

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We are the 2019 Coventry High School Track and Field Team!

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Girls and Boys Track Teams Both Defeat Springfield and Ravenna

The girls and boys track teams both beat Springfield and Ravenna last night. The girls beat Springfield 82-46 and beat Ravenna 86-41. The boys beat Springfield 87-41 and beat Ravenna 98-30. Winning events against both teams on the girls side were junior Ashley Martinez in the 100 and 300 hurdles, the 4×1 relay of junior

Boys and Girls Track Teams Both Defeat Ellet

The boys and girls track teams both defeated Ellet last night. The boys won 80-41 and the girls won 66-62. Winning events on the boys side were the 4×8 relay of senior Dev Patel, and sophomores Cameron Ray, Drew Dimeff and Dennis Charnes, junior Damian Jackson in the 110 hurdles, the 4×2 relay of juniors

Girls Track Defeats Norton; Boys Tie the Panthers

The girls track team beat Norton last night 81-46 and the boys team tied the Panthers 64-64. Winning events for the girls were the 4×8 relay of junior Emylie Candelaria, sophomore Amber Hankins, freshman Hannah Ragland, and junior Sandra Northup, junior Ashley Martinez in the 100 and 300 hurdles, junior Rachael Fogg in the 100

Support Coventry Track & Field!

We are the 2019 Coventry High School Track and Field Team! To our supporters – Thank you so much for taking the time to view our fundraiser page. Your support will help us offer a higher quality high school Track & Field experience for all our lady athletes. You will be getting a receipt for

Boys and Girls Track Teams Win Big Over Manchester and Lake Center Christian

The boys and girls track teams both defeated Manchester and Lake Center Christian last night. On the girls side, junior Ashley Martinez won the 100 and 300 hurdles, sophomore Morgan Ross, senior Gracie Collins, freshman Carly Wightman, and junior Libby Vanderark won the 4×2 relay, freshman Jessica Eubank won the mile and 2 mile, junior

Boys Track Splits vs. Streetsboro and Woodridge; Girls Track Defeated by Both

The boys track team beat Streetsboro last night 75-53 and lost to Woodridge 88-40. The girls team lost to Streetsboro 79-49 and lost to Woodridge 86.5-41.5. Winning events against both teams for the boys were junior Damian Jackson in the 110 hurdles, the 4×2 relay of juniors Ravel Ray, Derrick Brown, Justin Christian, and Malik

Boys Track Finishes 4th at East Canton Invitational

The boys track team finished 4th out of 19 teams at the East Canton Invitational on Saturday. Junior Damian Jackson and junior Jimmie Painter both finished as meet champions. Jackson won the 110 hurdles with a time of 14.98 and Painter won the long jump with a leap of 21 ft 3.5 in. Junior Malik

Boys and Girls Track Fall to Cloverleaf and Field

The boys and girls track teams both lost to Cloverleaf and Field last night. The boys lost to Cloverleaf 84-44 and to Field 83-45. The girls lost to Cloverleaf 84-44 and to Field 90.5-37.5. Winning events against both teams last night for the boys were junior Jimmie Painter in the long jump (20-1), junior Damian

Nine Comets Advance to Regional Track Meet

Nine track and field athletes advanced to the Regional track meet this week at Austintown Fitch by finishing in the Top 4 at the District track meet this past Saturday. Sophomore Damian Jackson finished as District Champion in the 110 hurdles. The boys 4×2 relay of sophomore Justin Christian, sophomore Derrick Brown, sophomore Malik Shaver,