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 · 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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 · Girls Bowling Improves to 3-0
The Lady Tigers bowling team beat Liberty by a score of 1806 to 1449. The team was led by Kayla Bross with a match high 183. She was followed by Gillian McMurray with a 178. The win ups the teams record to 3 and 0. The Junior Varsity team also continued their winning ways with
Tigers News · Speech and Debate Result From 12/7
Congratulations to the top speech and debate finishers from Howland at the annual South Range Speech and Debate tournament. Front: Theresa Cranston, Reese Tomko, Abygail Deemer, Lindsey Shrodek, and Kate Li Back: Kaycie Bell, Izzy Carvin, Jaxon Farmer, Steve Slater, MaKalya Mahramas, Derek Burman, and Ben Davis Congratulations to Kate Li and Lindsey Shrodek for earning
Tigers News · Girls Bowling Places Fifth
The Lady Tigers Bowling team opened up tournament play today at the YSU Invitational held in Boardman. The qualifying round consisted of 3 traditional games and 5 baker games. The three traditional games were led by Gillian McMurray shooting a set of 484, with a team high 212.She was followed by Kayla Bross with a
Boys 8th Grade Basketball · 8th Boys Beat Boardman
Final score: 38-33 Alex Henry made the game winning three with 15 seconds and iced the Boardman come-back by making a basket and getting fouled with 1.2 seconds left.
Boys 7th Grade Basketball · 7th Boys Fall to Boardman
12/5 – Boardman White Last night the 7th grade boys lost a close game to Boardman White. The final score was 32 – 25. Leading the way on offense was Ethan DiRando and Anthony Chieffo, who both had 10 points. Dominic Santee hit a late 3 pointer that brought the Tigers within 5. Next
Tigers News · Clark Dominates in 62-41 Victory
The Lady Tigers improved to 3-1 with a 62-41 victory over Niles. Leading the way was Courtney Clark with 22 points and 18 rebounds, both career highs. Alyssa Pompelia had 18 points and 8 rebounds. The Tigers play Geneva Wednesday at Howland. Varsity starts at 6:00
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Varsity Basketball beats Niles Mckinley 62 – 41
Tigers News · Join Howland Choir Department’s Cookies and Carols on Monday, 12/9 at 7 pm at North Mar Church
Carols & Cookies, Monday, December 9, 2019 beginning at 7:00pm at North Mar Christian Missionary Alliance Church, 3855 East Market Street, Warren Ohio
Tigers News · SWIM MEET RESULTS 12/4/19
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Tigers News · Howland Falls in Opener to East
After an even first quarter with the score knotted at 13, Howland (0-1) held a 26-25 lead at the half. That lead disappeared in the second half when East started running the floor more consistently to build out a seven-point lead midway through the third quarter. Howland had 12 turnovers in the game and saw