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OHSAA & school related reminders for our athletes and their families…

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!

All Sport Passes are now on sale!

Tiger fans! All Sport passes are available for the 2019-2020 season! Visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/howland-high-school-sports-pass-tickets-63445601502 *Be sure to list the name(s) of each pass holder* Passes are good for all high school or middle school HOME athletic events, except OHSAA or AAC tournament games, even if they are hosted at Howland. Types of Passes offered: Adult Sport

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 klmckinstry5@gmail.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

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

7th Boys Lose to Canfield

The 7th grade boys lost last night to Canfield 42 – 20.  Anthony Chieffo led the Tigers with 8 points, and Anthony Candel added 6 more.  Next Thursday the Tigers play Warren. Good Luck and Go TIgers!  Click HERE to view the photo gallery from this game.

8th Girls Crush the Cardinals

The Lady Tigers 8th grade team defeated Canfield 35-29, avenging an early-season loss.  Leading the way for the Tigers were Mia Barrish with 11 points, Alyssa Massucci with 10 points and Amia Silvers with 7 .  The Lady Tigers next game is Thursday at home vs. Warren.

7th Girls Beat Canfield

The 7th grade girls improved to 9 and 3 with a 23 to 22 won over Canfield. Sophia Powell had 6, Grace villain with 5, Marshayla Meyer, Emily Adams, Riley Villwock and Ja’Nyah Smith also scored Ava Alvetro stepped up on defense. Good job ladies.

JV Girls Lose at Harding

The Lady Tigers trailed at the half 17-16 and briefly regained the lead 22-21 entering the 4th quarter, however the hosts pulled away in the final minutes.   Olivia Hutchings led with 15 points

Girls Hoops Falls to Harding

The Lady tigers fell to Harding last night 53-26  Courtney Clark led the Tigers with 6 points and 10 rebounds. Gillian Powell also pulled down 7 rebounds.  The JV team also lost.  Olivia Hutchings had 15 points in the loss.

Girls Bowling Rolls Over Lakeside

The Lady Tigers bowling team earned a win against Ashtabula Lakeside, upping the team record to 9-3.  The team was led by Kayla Bross with a match high 189.  She was followed by Gillian McMurray with a 181 and Elexis Forte with a 174.  The team travels to Niles Monday for the annual MLK Tournament.

Speech Team Results

The speech and debate team competed for a second time on January 11th.  The team had its strongest showing of the season, finishing third overall. These are the top high school and middle school finishers from Howland’s home speech tournament on December 21st.  The team defeated 10 other  teams, finally finishing 5th overall.teams, finally finishing

7th Girls Beat Boardman White

The 7th grade girls defeated Boardman white by a score of 30 to 23 improving to 8 and 3 on the season. Sophia Powell led all scorers with 12. Also scoring were Emily Adams, Riley Villwock, Addy Christy, Ja’Nyah Smith, and Marshayla Meyer. The guards played awesome defense and the entire team played with intensity.

7th Boys Fall to Boardman White

The 7th grade boys lost against Boardman last night 42 – 27.  Anthony Chieffo led the Tigers in scoring with 17 points. Anthony Candel and Dominic Santee with added 5 a piece.  This Thursday, the Tiger play home against Canfield. Good Luck and Go Tigers!