The Tigers (4-1) defeated Canfield 28 to 21 at Canfield. The leading scorer for the Tigers was Sophia Powell with 6. 7th grade girls (1-4) lost to Canfield 36-7. Viktoria Meade was the leading scorer with 4 points. The Tigers host the Raiders of Warren on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.
Tigers News · Freshman Boys Basketball remains undefeated
The 9th grade boys basketball team defeated Warren Harding 36-31 to improve their record to 4 and 0. The Tigers were led by Chris Fenton with 13 pts, TJ Douglas 7 pts, and John Perry 6 pts. Next up for the Tigers are the Fitch Falcons on Saturday.
Tigers News · Girls Basketball falls to Hoover, 50-30
The Lady Tigers (1-3) went on the road to face the Vikings, the hosts led 30-10 at the half, the visitors were able to regroup and play a competitive 2nd half, but were unable to rally as the Tigers lost 50-30. Courtney Clark led the scoring with 10 points. JV: The Vikings proved to be a tough
Tigers News · Boys Bowling bests the Dragons!
Howland Boys Bowling competed against Niles at Echo Lanes. Both Varsity and JV won their matches. Leading the Varsity was Jared Vrabel with high games of 265 and 214 leading to high set of 479. Leading the JV was Ben Conlon with games of 162 and 157. Followed by Gavin Marshall with a 155. The
Tigers News · Girls Basketball loses by one to Mooney, 50-49
The Tigers (1-2, 0-1) battled back in the second half but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Cardinals as the Tigers lost by one, 50-49. Leading the Tigers in scoring was Taylor Lawrence with 12 points and Alyssa Pompelia with 11 points. The Tigers travel to Hoover tonight to take on the Vikings.
Tigers News · 7th and 8th Boys Basketball falls to Austintown Blue
The 7th grade boys (1-3) lost last night to Fitch Blue, 47 – 23. Leading the Tigers in scoring were Steven Bubon with 8 points and Luca Naples with 4. The 8th grades also lost (1-3) to Austintown Blue by a score of 57-44. Anthony Chieffo was the leading scorer with 18 points. Tonight the
Tigers News · 7th and 8th Girls Basketball Falls to Austintown Blue
The 7th grade girls (1-2) lost to Austintown Blue 25-19, leading for the tigers were Michelina Wayt with 5 pts. and Kate Burman with 4 pts. Also adding to the score were Gianna Pompelia, Abby Swogger, Marissa Ray, Viktoria Meade, and Mignon Yancy. The lady tigers travel to Canfield Thursday. The 8th girls lost their first
Tigers News · Girls Bowling downs Niles, 2013 to 1866!
The Lady Tigers bowling team beat local rival Niles by a score of 2013 to 1866. The win ups the team record to 3-2. Leading the team was Kayla Bross with a match high 225 and the match high set of 402. She was followed by Gillian McMurray (172) and Lexi Forte (164). The team
Tigers News · Boys Basketball battles, falls to Boardman 52-48
The Tigers showed strong improvements and heart, but it wasn’t enough to topple the Spartans in their AAC season debut. Leading the way for the Tigers was Anthony Massucci with 27 points and Jordan Sperling with 14. The Tigers travel to Warren to face the Raiders Friday. Boardman 12 7 14 19 52 Howland
The girls and boys swim team were back in action Wednesday versus Austintown Fitch. The girls swim team won the meet! Leading the Tigers with first places finishes were the 200 Medley Relay of Mackenzie Karabin, Rachel Delida, Gianna Carbone, and Mia Pantalone; Rachel Delida in the 200 Free; Peyton Sisler in the 200 IM