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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 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 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

Boys Bowling results from Eagle Challenge

Leading the Tigers was Chris Guesman (21st overall) and Jared Vrabel (23rd overall). The Tigers are back in action today as they travel to Lakeview. Howland HS Bowler’s Name Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Series 1 Game 4 Game 5 Game 6 Series 2 Total Howland HS Gavin Caldwell 102 102 0 40.8 Pinfall

Girls Basketball battles but not enough to beat Mass Perry

The girls basketball team (2-4, 2-1) travelled to Massillon Perry on Monday to take on the Panthers. The Tigers battled but turnovers plagues their efforts, losing to Perry 64-53. Three Tigers scored in double digits–Alyssa Pompelia with 15, Courtney Clark with 11 and Taylor Lawrence with 10. The Tigers are back in AAC action on

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 18 – Jan 24

Jan 18 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Perry (Massillon) Perry (Massillon) 1:00 pm | Perry High School Jan 18 Girls Varsity Basketball at Perry (Massillon) Perry (Massillon) 2:30 pm | Perry High School Jan 19 Boys Varsity Bowling at Lakeview High School Lakeview 4:00 pm   Jan 19 Girls Varsity Bowling at Lakeview High School

60th HIT Results: Tigers finish 5th

Howland finished in 5th place at the 60th Annual Howland Invitational. The Tigers finished 2-2 on the day with a bye. Defeating Lakeside in the opening round (50-27) as well as the placement match (40-37). Howland lost matches to Uniontown lake (44-33) and Wadsworth (77-6) in pool play. Gage Gibson (HWT) went 4-0 on the

MS Wrestling Splits With Mass Jackson and New Philly

The MS Wrestling team traveled to Massillon Jackson to take on the Polar Bears and the Quakers of New Philadelphia.  The Tigers defeated New Philadelphia in the first match by a score of 47-30.  Picking up pins for the Tigers were Deacon Mock, Zion Heller, Kayden Welker, Madison Burns, Terrance Belden, Chris Mijavec and James

Boys Basketball drops close one to Marlington

Howland 10   9  17  23  59 Marlington 8 15 20 18   61 Howland (1-5) Jordan Sperling 4 1-2 10 David Manios 2 0-0 5 Gabe Badea 7 1-2 15 Anthony Massucci 6 5-5 20 Joey DeSalvo 1 0-0 2 Cam Miles 1 0-0 2 Grant Brown 1 0-0 3 DeRon Burke 1 0-0

Girls Basketball clips Falcons, 58-51

Howland completed a three-game sweep of Austintown with Freshman, JV and Varsity pulling through for wins. Freshman won on a last second shot by Jane Bronson 25-24. JV pulled away early and cruised to a 53-35 victory. Gia Hoso lead Howland with 14. Madi Bevdis lead Austintown with 12. The varsity game was a game

AAC Swim & Dive Championships: Girls take 3rd; new SR in 400 Free Relay!

Congratulations to the girls swim team as they finished 3rd at the AAC Championships on Saturday. The 400 Free relay team of Rachel Delida, Peyton Sisler, Mia Pantalone, and Gianna Carbone set a new school record of 3:51.15! Other top three finishes for the Tigers: Rachel Delida, 2nd, 50 Free Gianna Carbone, 2nd, 100 Butterfly

Freshman Boys Basketball loses first game of season

The 9th grade boys basketball team lost to Fitch 64-24. The Tigers were led by Chris Fenton with 16 pts and TJ Douglas 8 pts. The freshman are back in action on Wednesday as they travel to PV.