• Brittney Moore shot a 39 and Jaden Eckard shot a 40 to lead Green to a girls golf win over Copley and Lake.  Olivia Swain shot a 33 for Lake to lead all scorers on the day.

• Junior Damian Jackson scored two goals, Lucas Baker had a goal and Bobby Johnson made four saves as Coventry rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat St. Vincent-St. Mary 3-2 in a non-league boys soccer contest.

• The Springfield boys and girls cross country teams had a big day at the Columbiana Clipper Invitational. With 21 teams in the field, both squads won the team title and it was the first-ever team championship for the girls team. It was the third-ever team title for the boys team, with Blake Hillyard and Carter McCollum leading the way.

• Max Moldovan shot a nine-hole score of 34 to pace the Green boys golf team to a Federal League win.

• Coventry volleyball clinched its first-ever Portage Trail Conference title by defeating Woodridge in three sets as senior Ashley Mirka had 14 kills and two blocks, senior Gracie Collins had 10 digs, junior Leah Ungashick had 35 assists and sophomore Miya Gotto had 16 service points.

• Junior Mackenzie McCarthy, a regional qualifier and a first-team All-Principals Athletic Conference performer from a year ago, recently set a new school record  for the Manchester girls cross country team when she clocked in at 19:45.

• Kendall Anenson and Carmen Sims led the way as Green’s girls cross country team placed 16th out of 44 teams at the Midwest Meet.

• Sophomore Morgan Ross had three goals, seniors Brooke Sells and Brooke Wightman had two goals each and junior Halie Stevens added two more as Coventry powered its way to a 12-1 non-league girls soccer win over Massillon.

• Nathan Harmon had five saves, but Manchester was unable to find the back of the net as the Panthers sustained a 4-0 loss to CVCA in a Principals Athletic Conference contest.

• Julian Crepage had Green’s lone goal as the Bulldogs suffered a 3-1 non-league girls soccer loss to Brunswick.

• Coventry senior Adam White shot a 79 during the Division I sectional golf tournament to force a playoff for the final qualifying spot to move on to the district tournament and he then won the playoff to advance to the district tournament next week. He is Coventry’s first district golf qualifier in over 10 years.