A new honor was bestowed upon our State Runner-up boys tennis team, as they were selected as the 2013 Team Sportsmanship award recipient, and they also just began 2014 by winning the Towpath Tennis Center Doubles Invitational.
Congrats, Junior swimmer, Madison Myers
OHSAA District champion in the
100 Butterfly &100 Backstroke, and Bronze Medalist in the OHSAA State Championships.
Madison placed third, in the State finals, in both the 100 Butterfly and 100 Backstroke.
Congrats wrestler Arman Samouk
220lbs. State Alternate
Congrats State qualifying swimmers
Cristina Lee - 200 Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay
Madison Myers - 100 Butterfly, 100 Back, 200 Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay
Brenda Prifti - 100 Butterfly, 200 Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay
Gabi Rodriquez - 200 Medley Relay, 200 free relay
Congrats to District qualifying wrestlers
Connor Knabe (alternate)
Girls Team - Suburban League Champs
Boys Team - 2nd in Suburban League
League Champ Swimmers
Emilio Bloch - 100 butterfly
Madison Myers, Gabi Rodriguez, Brenda Prifti, Cristina Lee - 200 medley relay, 200 free relay
Brenda Prifti - 200 free, 500 free
Madison Myers - 200 IM, 100 breast
Copley High School was selected by the Greater Akron Touchdown Club to receive the Sportsmanship Award for the 2013 fall sports season. Great job players, coaches, and fans.
Saturday, June 21, 7:30-10:00am.
@ Wellness Center ER
Congrats soccer players
Anna Haverchak & Chris Brennan
1st team All-State
Other sport specific twitter accounts that you may want to follow- Girls Soccer - @CopleyGirlsSocc
Softball - @CopleySoftball
Trainer, Mark Stefanik - @CopleySportsMed
Baseball - @CopleyBaseball
Boys Soccer - @copleysoccer
Wrestling - @CopleyWrestling
or for football visit
"New" Suburban League
2. Cuyahoga Falls
5. North Royalton
Copley High School is a member of the Ohio High School Athletic Association, and the OHSAA does not seek to prepare student-athletes for the next level of competition, but for the next level of life. To meet that charge, High School sports must instill sportsmanship, ethics, and integrity. It is critical that everyone that attends any High School events appreciates their collective responsibility to appropriately, and respectfully, respond to any and all incidents that may occur during that particular athletic contest. Please Respect the Game!
Suburban League Leadership Team
All 8 Suburban League schools have formed a core group of highly motivated and energetic student leaders whose goal is to promote positive sportsmanship. Easily recognized by their "camo" shirts, they are working hard to promote and model good sportsmanship in support of the OHSAA theme of "Respect the Game".
* Go to sport specific site for athletic schedules