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Howland Softball Teams Fall to Green

Varsity softball traveled to Green HS Thursday April 5. Unfortunately  the Tigers fell short 16-1 in 5 innings. Offensively  Gracie Wargo led the team going 2 for 2 scoring the only run for the Tigers. The team is looking forward to a strong week of competition and hoping mother nature plays nice. JV softball made

Howland Lady Track Places 5th

The girls track team placed 5th out of 10 teams at the Lakeview relays. The 4×1600 team of Haylee Adgate, Christina Haught, Erika Amodio, and Gabrielle Reuschling were 2nd. The high jump team of Alex Ochman, Madison Sisler and Madison Schaefer was also second.

Howland Takes First at Lakeview Relays

The boys track team traveled to Cortland Friday night to take on 7 other teams at the Lakeview Relays. The boys competed great throughout the night but needed to win the final two events in order to beat Boardman and take home the 1st place trophy. The 4×400 team consisting of Manny Perez, Vinny Mauri, Brandon Summlin,

Howland Tennis Defeats Fitch

1st Singles – Michael Awadalla (H) defeated John McMullen (A) 6-3 6-2 2nd Singles – Marc Snitzer (H) defeated Noah Chase (A) 6-0 6-0 3rd Singles – Hunter Slyk (H) defeated Makele Scruggs (A) 6-0 6-0 1st Doubles – Connor Tamarkin/Kevin Moamis (H) defeated Dylan Miskell/Nico Andino (A) 6-1 6-2 2nd Doubles – Joey Vitali/Sam

Beach Dance Reminder

This Saturday at 7:00 P.M. in the high school gymnasium. Come and have fun with friends and let loose!

Howland JV Beats Ursuline

The JV Boys Baseball Team ran their record to 1-1 after defeating Ursuline Monday 11-3.

Keller Hurls Perfect Game vs. Ursuline

Howland senior pitcher Dylan Keller tossed a perfect game in a 5-0 win over Ursuline Monday afternoon at Cene Park in Struthers. The University of Dayton commit pitched all seven innings, piling up 11 strikeouts in the victory. Frankie Manios went 2-4 with a run scored, while Jackson Deemer drove in the pair of runs

Howland Boys finish 4th at Cope Invitational

Howland finished 4th out of 12 schools scoring 76.5 points. First place finishers were Vinny Mauri in the 1600m run, and Manny Perez in the 200m dash. Second place finishers were the 4×400 team that consisted of Vinny Mauri, Brandon Summerlin, Bryce Jennings, and Brandon Gregory also Manny Perez was second in the 400m dash.

Howland Girls Track Places Third at Cope Invitational

The girls finished third at the Cope invitational. Alex Ochman tied for the field map with 18 points.  As a team this was an excellent meet with room for improvement. The finish was an improvement over last year.