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Purchase your All Sport Passes!

All Sport passes are now available! Purchase your digital all-sport passes by visiting: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/howland-sport-pass-tickets-48568955052#tickets Passes are good for all high school or middle school HOME sporting events, except OHSAA or AAC tournament games. Adult Sport Pass: $60 Student Sport Pass: $40 Senior Citizen Sport Pass (Howland resident, 60+): FREE Senior Citizen Sport Pass (non-resident, 60+): $30

Speech and Debate Results from Saturday

Kate Li (9th) & Lindsey Shrodek (11th): 1st place in public forum debate maintaining their hold on first place in the district and earning early qualification to the state tournament! Ethan Deemer (12th): 2nd place in informational speaking and on the road to States by earning the 2nd of the four bids needed for early

Howland Wrestling Taken Down by Beaver Local

Beaver Local (BELO) 62.0 Howland (HOWL) 10.0 106: Colton Dugan (BELO) over   (HOWL) (For.) 113: Jaymin  Salsberry (BELO) over   (HOWL) (For.) 120: Mark  Emmerling (BELO) over Dylan Shields (HOWL) (Fall 2:50) 126: Dorian  Jackson (BELO) over   (HOWL) (For.) 132: Ethan Snyder (HOWL) over John  Woodburn (BELO) (MD 8-0) 138: Jonathan Potts (BELO) over Rian Spangler

Howland Too Much for Lakeview

Howland jumped out to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back in dominating Lakeview 68-17.  Makayla Dahman scored 10 points in the first quarter as The Tigers roared to a 68-17 win over Lakeview.    Alex Ochman led all scorers with 17 points.  Alyssa Pompelia and Kayla Clark both pulled down

4th-quarter surge lifts LaBrae over Howland

LaBrae saved its best for last Friday night. After outscoring Howland 17-9 in the fourth quarter, the Vikings were finally able to put away the Tigers, 59-44. LaBrae and Howland continued to battle throughout the first half. Neither team was able to pull away, with Labrae going in at halftime with a slim 31-28 lead. Howland

7th and 8th Girls Defeat Lakeside

Congratulations to the 7th grade girls on their 44-8 victory over Lakeside –leading for the tigers were, Gia Hoso, Jane Bronson, and Alyssa Massucci.  Also adding to the score were, Eva Andamasaris, Samantha Cox, Mia Barrish, Mia Walters, Amia Slivers, Jessie DeSalvo, and Cheyenne Pinion.  Keep up the good work lady Tigers!! In 8th grade

MS Boys Split with Lakeside

Congratulations to the 7th grade boys basketball team on their victory over Lakeside last night 45-19.  The leading scorers for the Tigers were Jaden Rishel with 19 points, Gabe Gamichia with 6 points, and Alex Henry with 4 points.  Good luck Monday against Boardman! The 8th grade Boys basketball team dropped their 1st game last