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Howland JV/Varsity Defeat Boardman

Howland JV beat Boardman 4-0. Goals by Ashleigh Macias, Lexi Readman, Alyssa Pompelia had 2 goals. Assists were by Madeline Scott and Megan Jupina. JV record is 4-1-0 Howland defeated Boardman 2-1. Both Goals were by Erica Merkel. Assists by Alyssa Pompelia and Kalliopi Gentis. Elizabeth Rusnak had  4 saves and Gillian McMurray had 5

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 17 – Sep 23

Sep 17 Girls Junior Varsity Soccer vs. Boardman High School Boardman 5:00 pm | Howland High School Sep 17 7th Grade Volleyball vs. Boardman Boardman 5:00 pm | Howland High School Sep 17 Girls Varsity Tennis at Ursuline High School Ursuline 5:00 pm | Youngstown State University Sep 17 8th Grade Volleyball vs. Boardman Boardman

JV Football Falls to Poland

On Saturday, the Tigers took on the Poland Bulldogs. They fought hard but came up short in the fourth quarter losing 21-8. Some standouts for the Tigers were, David Burman having a passing touchdown to Artrale Louis. Brandon Summerlin added 60 yards on the ground. Keith Cruse with 12 tackles and a forced fumble. And

Boys Cross Country Takes Ninth at McDonough

The boy’s cross-country team took 9th place at the McDonough Invitational this past weekend.  Top finisher for the Tigers was Will Eisen followed by Jimmy Rollison, Zach Brille , Lane Goble, Angelo Mauri, Isaac Robertson and Abhishek Shaw.

McClain Takes Second at Spartan Invitational

Congratulations to Kady McClain who finished 3rd in the open DII race at the Boardman Spartan Invitational Saturday. Other top finishers were Alyssa Henry 7th, Haylee Adgate 21st, and Lauren Null 24th.

Girls Soccer Teams Win

Howland Girls Varsity shut out Niles today 2-0. Jenna Gebhardt had one unassisted goal and Alyssa Pompelia had one goal assisted by Ashley Chambers. Elizabeth Rusnak had 8 saves. Howland’s Varsity record is 6-1-2. Their Next game is versus Boardman 9/17/18 at Howland JV is at 5 and Varsity is at 7.   Howland JV beat Chardon

HMS Football Falls to Poland

Thursday, September 13, 2018 The HMS football team lost to a very talented Poland team on Thursday.  The final score was 36-6.  The team was also honored by a sideline visit from Howland alum, DeVeon Smith.  The Tigers’ next game is Thursday, September 20th @ 5:00 at Hubbard High School. Click HERE to view the

10th Annual Night of Drums

PLEASE ATTEND THE 10th ANNUAL NIGHT OF DRUMS,  Featuring Percussion Sections From: Boardman Champion Liberty & Howland High Schools. The show is Wed. Sept. 19 @ 7:00pm at Howland High School’s Richard Lombardo Stadium.   Tickets will be sold at the gate, $3.00 adults/ $2.00 students & seniors.   Hope to see you there.

Volleyball Beats Harding in Straight Sets

Howland Volleyball (4-5) defeats Warren Harding 25-6, 25-16, 25-14 For Howland: Kills: Mia Pantalone 9, Danni Harigan 6 Assists: Kathryn Summerfield 12, Bailee Beasom 10 Blocks: Claire Summerfield Digs: Haley Vandegrift 7 Points: Kathryn Summerfield 16 Aces: Kathryn Summerfield 6 Howland JV (5-4) wins 2-0.

Freshman Football Falls to Poland

The 9th grade football team lost to Poland 40-18. Highlights for the Tigers were Luka Massucci threw three touchdown passes. Gabe Badea caught two touchdown passes and Kole Tarary caught one . Matt Woomer led the team in rushing. Caden Riley played well on defense.