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Haunted Howling High School is Coming!

October 29th Howland High School will be transformed into Haunted Howling High School.  Bring the kids and enjoy our the festivities form 6-8 P.M.   Enter through the “U” doors by the student parking lot.

Howland vs. Harding

Friday is the last game of the season for the Tigers.  They take on playoff bound Warren Harding Friday night at 7:00 at Mollenkoff.  Come support the Tigers!

Survive and Advance, Tigers to play for District Championship

Those in attendance got a show as the two teams battled through regulation and into a sudden-death, double-overtime contest where Howland finally won, 2-1. The second-seeded Tigers advance to play top-seeded Hubbard in Saturday’s district final Saturday at Niles McKinley High School, starting at 7 p.m. Hubbard had no problem beating fourth-seeded Canfield in its

Looking to play sports at the collegiate level?

Just a friendly Reminder to all Schools and Athletes: Are you looking to play sports at the collegiate level? Wonder what you need to do to complete this goal? Join Edgewood High School and Youngstown State University with a FREE Collegiate Athlete Meeting. Wednesday, October 24th at 6:30PM in the Edgewood High School Inner Cafeteria. All 

2nd Annual Ross Griffin Memorial Bash Tickets For Sale

Early Bird Ticket Sales for the 2nd Annual Ross Griffin Memorial Bash. Event will be held on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at SLOAS Air Field. Gates open at noon. Drawing from 2:00-5:00 pm. Cost of the ticket is $100. One additional guest per ticket holder is $20. Tickets are available in the Activities Office. Individuals that purchase

Girls Cross Country Heads to Regionals

Howland Girls Cross Country team advanced to the regional meet next Saturday. Maria Dellimuti finished 14th, Jenna Craigo, 16th, Molly Yasnowski, 19th, Gabbby Reuschling 22nd and Carrie Yasnowski 31st,  Kady McClain was 34th and Erika Amodio added a 47th place finish.

Howland Falls to Canfield

Canfield’s Offense was too much for Howland as the Tigers fell to the Cardinals 53-7.

Howland Downs Ursuline, On To Districts

The sun shone brightly, yet the wind whipped and the rain poured Saturday afternoon during a Division II boys soccer sectional bracket final between Howland and Ursuline. Ultimately, the black cloud remained over the heads of the Irish as Howland eliminated them from the tournament, 1-0. Rain and wind played games with both teams yesterday.

Mauri Sets New School Record

Talk began to grow as the runners moved along the 3.1-mile cross country course at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds. The excitement began to reverberate throughout the crowd. Howland High School senior Vinny Mauri, once again, led another race by more than a minute. Not a surprise. That wasn’t what those gathered at the district meet