Here are some OHSAA and school related reminders to review… OHSAA Preseason Presentation OHSAA Preseason Presentation Final Forms 2019-2020 OHSAA Meeting If you ever have any questions, please reach out to the Activities Office, 330-856-8233 Wishing you all a great season!
Tigers News · Student Accident Supplemental Insurance Plans Available
Supplemental Accident Insurance Plans for all students and athletes Underwritten & Claims Administered by Guarantee Trust Life Questions? Contact Kevin McKinstry at 330-853-2290 or email@example.com SCHOOL-TIME STUDENT ACCIDENT COVERAGE: Helps protect your students the entire school year, during regular school sessions, as well as participating in other school-sponsored activities requiring the attendance of the student. Also
Tigers News · Facility Request are now digital!
Howland Local School District Facilities Request Thank you for your interest in utilizing our facilities. School and public groups or organizations may use the facilities for any lawful purpose, as long as the use adheres to Board Policy and does not interfere with school operations. To request the use of HLSD facilities, please click this
Tigers News · Boys Soccer defeats Mooney 7-0
Howland 7 Mooney 0 Goals: Jordan Sperling, 3 goals, Gabriel Altawil, 3 goals, Austin Stassinis, 1 goal, Assists: Jordan Sperling 2 assists, Gabriel Altawil 2 assists, Gabe Lisi 1 assist, Austin Stassinis 1 assist, Jak Kenney 1 assist Record: 9-0-1 Next Game: @ Canfield, 9/29/2020
Tigers News · Girls Golf falls to Padua
The Girls Golf Team lost to Padua Franciscan on the road by a score of 211-188. Scorers for the Tigers were: Bailey Ulrich: 48 Ella Swartz: 51 Mia Walters: 52 Jane Bronson: 60
Tigers News · LADY TIGERS OUTPLAY THE LADY CARDINALS IN 0-0 DRAW
9/24/2020 LADY TIGERS OUTPLAY THE LADY CARDINALS IN 0-0 DRAW The Howland Lady Tigers and Canfield Lady Cardinals had their second meeting this season playing to a 0-0 draw. The game was a far cry however from the teams first meeting where Canfield won in Howland’s very first game of the season. Howland looked like
Tigers News · Volleyball defeats WGH 3-0 for their 9th win!
Howland Volleyball (9-3 overall, 4-2 in AAC) defeats Warren Harding 3-0. 25-13, 25-12, 25-5. For Howland: Kills: Mia Pantalone 10 Assists: Mackenzie Karabin 20 Blocks: Mia Pantalone 5 Digs: Maddy Golias 6 Points: Bailee Beasom 27 Aces: Bailee Beasom 13 Howland JV wins 2-1. Howland 9Th gr wins 2-0.
Tigers News · Boys Golf defeats WGH
Howland -175 Ethan DeJacimo 40 Ben Bronson 43 Dylan Shields 46 Nick Beard 46 Warren Harding – DNQ Anthony Payiavlas 38 Clark Kellar 41 Taryn Baughman 62
Tigers News · MS Volleyball, 7th and 8th fall to Boardman (Maroon)
Thursday September 24th the HMS 7th Grade Volleyball team played team ball for two sets against Boardman’s maroon team, setting a season high record: 14 pass-set-hits. But the Lady Tiger’s still came up short against the Spartan’s stingy defense, losing 16-25 and 15-25. Scoring for the tigers were: Kate Burman 3 aces and 2 kills;
Tigers News · Student Athlete: Francesca Elisco
HOWLAND, Ohio (WYTV) – The Howland girls’ tennis team is coming off an impressive win over Canfield last week, and senior Francesca Elisco has a lot to do with their success as they battle for a conference title. She’s been their number one player three of the last four years. Plus, she’s a straight-A student
Tigers News · Girls Tennis defeats Austintown, 3-2
Howland Girls Tennis v Austintown Fitch 9/24 1st singles – Alena Lerakis (H) defeated Carly Land (A) 6-0 6-2 2nd singles – Gianna Carbone (H) defeated Jasmine Dahl (A) 6-1 6-3 3rd singles – Rachel Delida (H) defeated India Gatts (A) 6-4 7-5 1st doubles – Kylee Madison/Ashley Pandrea (A) defeated Madison Fluent/Alessandra Flevares (H)
On Wednesday the HMS’s 7th grade volleyball team avenged their worst loss, earlier in the season at Austintown (red), by beating them in front of a home crowd in three sets 25-15,17-25 and 25-17! Teamwork was the key to victory as they set new team record 11 pass-set-hits for the match! Leading the team in
Tigers News · MS Football defeats Austintown
The Howland Middle School Football Team improved to 4 – 1 on the 2020 Season with an impressive 12 – 8 win over the Austintown Fitch Falcons. It is the Tigers 4th straight win during this campaign. Leading the HMS Offense was Terrence Beldan, who rushed for 137 yards and a Touchdown. Also, QB Kenny