Copley Senior Boys 7th Grade Football

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Spring Flag Football

New this year… Come learn the basics of football in a safe manner. K-6  All Boys and Girls Welcome. 2020 SPRING FLAG FOOTBALL FLYER   Register Here

Middle School Football Parent Meeting

There will be a parent meeting for any student who is interested in playing football for the middle school this upcoming fall.  The meeting will be held at Copley Fairlawn Middle School’s cafeteria on May 22nd at 6pm. Any Questions please contact Andy Ayoup  

Copley Youth Football Camp

Sign in and Pay at Kindergarten through eighth graders    

Calling All Copley Football Alumni!

We are looking to create a comprehensive database for Copley Football alumni. Please click on this LINK to provide us with your current contact information so that we can keep you up-to-date on the current program, special events, and reunion information. Thanks and Go Indians!

All-District Selections

Congratulations to each of our fall athletes recognized as All-District performers based on their accomplishments this fall.  A tremendous honor indeed!  Go Indians! Football Vincent Fonte – 1st Team All District Bryce Traylor – 2nd Team All District Evan Malpass – Honorable Mention All District Blake Traylor – Honorable Mention All District Golf (Girls) Maia

Copley Senior High School Varsity Football beat Revere High School 52-31

Thursday, September 28, 2017 7:00 PM Copley Senior High School AWAY 52 Revere High School HOME 31 Game Recap The Copley Indians came from behind to beat The Team Up North 52-31. The Indians were led by Blake Traylor who rushed for 222 yards and 4 touchdowns. Jake Nedolast threw for 104 yards, rushed for

Copley Senior High School Varsity Football falls to Barberton High School 48-20

Friday, September 22, 2017 7:00 PM Barberton High School AWAY 48 Copley Senior High School HOME 20 Game Recap The varsity football team fell to Barberton on Friday night. The Indians battled for 4 quarters but fell short in the end. Bryce Traylor and Mariah Durant were honored as Homecoming King and Queen. The Indians