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Coventry Varsity Sports: Football, Boys Soccer Playoffs


[CREDIT: Facebook/Coventry Oaker Athletics]<br />Coventry hosted Shea in the first round of the Division 2 playoffs on Nov. 2 in this week's Coventry Varsity Sports wrapup.
[CREDIT: Facebook/Coventry Oaker Athletics]
Coventry hosted Shea in the first round of the Division 2 playoffs on Nov. 2 in this week’s Coventry Varsity Sports wrapup.
COVENTRY, RI  — Coventry’s football and boys soccer teams headed to the playoffs, while the Lady Oakers soccer squad dropped a close play-in game during this week’s Coventry varsity sports, as reported by the Rhode Island Interscholastic League.


Tough loss ahead of playoffs

Coventry lost to Tolman 28-8 on Oct. 27, dropping the Oakers to 4-3 and fourth place in Division 3-A and setting up a first-round tilt against archrival West Warwick on Nov. 3. The winner will face Ponaganset or Lincoln, who also play in the quarterfinals on Nov. 3.

Boys soccer:

Oakers defeat Shea in first round

The Oakers beat Shea 5-1 on Nov. 2 in the quarterfinals of the Division 2 championship and will face either Westerly or Cranston West on Nov. 7.

Coventry defeated Westerly 2-1 on Oct. 27 to wrap the regular season and place the Oakers second in Division 2 heading into the playoffs. Senior Aiden Wilkins tallied both goals for Coventry, and senior goaltender Aiden Simao made 5 saves on 6 shots against the Bulldogs.

Girls soccer:

Lady Oakers fall to Ponaganset

Coventry dropped a 3-2 decision to Ponaganset  in a preliminary play-in game on Oct. 30 to complete the season with a 4-6-3 record, finishing 9th in Division 2. Junior Anna Nerney scored a hat trick for the Lady Chieftains, tying the game in the 47th minute and potting the game-winner with 5 minutes to go. Senior Caitlin Dowling scored both goals for Coventry.

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