Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Members of the Coventry High School Boys' and Girls' Track teams performed well at the statewide Rick Schomp meet on Saturday.
On Saturday, May 4, athletes from the CHS Boys' and Girls' Track teams made their community proud with their performances in the 2013 Rick Schomp Track and Field Invitational held at Curtis Corner Middle School in South Kingstown. The 19-event state meet qualifier is held annually in memory of Rick Schomp, Brown University athlete, dedicated teacher and coach at Chariho and South Kingstown schools. Coventry High School athletes performed as follows: Click here to view complete results from the meet.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The Lady Oakers rounded out their dual meet season on Monday.
The Coventry High School Girls' Track team concluded their dual meet season with a 5-4 record after defeating Prout and Narragansett on Monday, April 29, but losing to South Kingstown. Katie Cronin led the team again with double wins in the 100 and 300 meter hurdles and Reilly Mitchell continued to lead the team in throwing events. Also running well for Coventry was Allison Bellows in the 3K, Jessica Bellows, Courtney Grant, Kayla Dwyer and Kelsie Lopez in the 1500 and 800 meter. Gianna Rocchio in the 200 and 4x 400 meter relay. Cassie Champagne competed well in the triple jump, wining the event. Amanda Terenzie and Marissa Fascio both represented CHS in the 3K. Great job CHS Girls!
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Follow along with our live blog for tonight’s action! Tip-off is around 6 p.m. at Rhode Island College.
Three Patch-area schools will be competing in the Division II girls’ basketball playoffs tonight at Rhode Island College, and we will be providing a live chat and running play by play for the proceedings! Taking a look at each of the remaining teams, and how they won last Sunday: The winners of the two games play each other for the Division II title on 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 10 at the Ryan Center at the University of Rhode Island.
Monday, March 4, 2013
Scituate never recovers from hot first half shooting by Coventry, as the No. 11 Oakers move on in the Division II girls’ basketball playoffs.
PROVIDENCE – A trio of 3-point shots from Sarah McGrath in the first half and 16 points from Alyssa Derrick helped No. 11 Coventry upset No. 3 Scituate 55-48 in the quarterfinals of the Division II girls’ basketball playoffs at Rhode Island College on Sunday afternoon. Although McGrath only finished with 10, her open 3s in the first half opened up the paint the rest of the game for Coventry. This led to open midrange jumpers and rolls to the hoop for Derrick, and room for guards Thurstina Horton (10 points) and Katie Boudoin (9) to drive. Horton struggled with free throws down the stretch, but Scituate couldn’t capitalize. Coventry led by nine with 3:01 left, and only a late three by Jordin Pino kept the final margin under 10 points. …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
The following is a summary of agenda item decisions from the Dec. 10 meeting of the Coventry School Committee.
During Monday night's School Committee meeting held at Washington Oak Elementary School, members recognized Coventry High School's Leo Bush as Interscholastic League Girls' Volleyball Coach of the Year. Bush's student athletes, the Coventry High School Girls' Volleyball Team, were honored for winning their second consecutive State Championship when they beat the East Providence Townies on Nov. 10 at URI's Keaney Gym. Representative Lisa Tomasso presented each member of the team with a citation from the State, congratulating them for their efforts. Technology Donation Policy - Second Reading Committee members approved the Second Reading of the School Department's Technology Donation Policy. The policy pertains to the donation of used …
Saturday, November 10, 2012
Coventry girls’ volleyball wins a second straight state championship thanks to efficient passing and a dominant front-line attack.
KINGSTON – After sweating through a tight first game, the Coventry Oakers easily took the next two against the East Providence Townies for a second straight girls’ volleyball state title Saturday evening at Keaney Gym at the University of Rhode Island. In contrast to the Division II match, the Oakers made quick work of the Townies after a 25-23 first game. After that tense game, Coventry swept the next two easily, 25-12 and 25-13. East Providence had no answer for Coventry attacking outside and middle hitters – junior Samantha Higgins, senior Marissa Turner, sophomore Jill Ward and junior Kelsey Ferrara. Coventry mixed and matched, as the four used passes from senior Mackenzie Mitchell, junior Abigayl White and junior Casey Head. The …