• The Green girls country team finished second out of 24 teams at the Medina Invititational.  Kendall Anenson, Carmen Sims, Olivia Gang, Leigha Hall, Anna Pond and Sydney Dale combined to power the Bulldogs to a strong finish.

• Lake’s Alex Anderson advanced to the Division I state golf tournament as an individual after shooting a 74 at the Division I district tournament at Pine Hills Golf Club.

• Coventry beat Springfield 3-1 in a Portage Trail Conference boys soccer match as senior Michael Maxwell had two goals and sophomore Adam Bullock had one goal. Junior Luke Baker had an assist for the Comets.

• Kylie Bowser had 10 kills and Sadie Reedy had 15 digs to power Manchester to a three-set, non-conference volleyball win over Woodridge.

• Coventry defeated Crestwood 4-0 in Portage Trail Conference action as sophomore Morgan Ross had two goals and juniors Dalin Phonkeo and Paula Stevens each had one goal. Sophomore Emma Gaugler had two assists and junior Sandra Northup recorded six saves in goal.

• Max Moldovan tied for the lowest round, shooting a 71 at the Division I district tournament at Pine Hills Golf Club, before losing in a playoff to determine medalist honors. Moldovan advanced to the state tournament as an individual as Green shot a 313 team score to place sixth overall.

• The Coventry boys cross country team finished as runners-up at the Tuslaw Invitational as junior Ben Bullock led the way with a fifth-place finish and senior Owen Hartwig (eighth), sophomore Drew Dimeff (10th), junior Anthony Baker (17th) and junior Christian Regan (22nd) rounded out the scoring for the Comets.

• Striker Devin Allman had the lone goal for Manchester in an 8-1 Principals Athletic Conference boys soccer loss to Northwest.

• Green’s boys cross country team placed 15th the Medina Invitational as Noah Christopher, Ethan Bialek, Noah Wiggins, Jacob Schafer, Skyler Arny, Gunner Robinson and Ben Avila earned points for the Bulldogs.

• The Coventry girls cross country team finished in sixth place overall at the Tuslaw Invitational. Freshman Leah Ruegg was top runner for the Comets, finishing in 24th place. Freshman Jessica Eubank (27th), junior Emylie Candelaria (29th), sophomore Amber Hankins (33rd) and junior Maddy Harpster (37th) also contributed to the strong result.

• Green defeated Canton McKinley 10-0 in a Federal League girls soccer match as Faith Estes was one of three players who each scored two goals. Estes had an assist in the game as well.

• Emma King had four goals to help power Manchester to a 7-2 win over Northwest in a Principals Athletic Conference girls soccer contest.

• Junior Jessie Spoerndle had 14 assists, Liberty Torres had 12 kills and Kylie DeLuca recorded two aces for Green in a three-set, Federal League volleyball loss to GlenOak.