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Girls Bowling Opens With Victory

The girls bowling team opened up their season with a win against LaBrae.  Leading the girls was Jessica Guesman with a 235 followed by Kayla Bross with a 201.  Good luck to the team as they travel to Columbus this weekend for the nations largest tournament.

Howland Football Players Receive All-Ohio Honors

The honors keep stacking up for seniors Michael Schwartz and Brandon Matlock.  Recently the OHSAA released the All-Ohio Honors and both Michael and Brandon made the list. Michael Schwartz was honored as All-Ohio First Team as a Punter and Brandon Matlock received Honorable Mention as a Lineman.   Congratulations to these scholar athletes for representing Howland High

All Teams Schedule: Week of November 27 – December 3

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Howland High School, November 27 – December 3 MONDAY November 27, 2017 5:00 PM Girls Middle School Basketball @ Crestwood High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY November 28, 2017 No events happening WEDNESDAY November 29, 2017 5:30 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball @ East HS (Youngstown) SCHEDULE 7:00 PM

Howland High School Girls Junior Varsity Basketball beat vs Lakeview HS 45-13

Friday, November 24, 2017 4:30 PM vs Lakeview HS AWAY 13 Howland High School HOME 45 Game Recap The JV Lady Tigers opened the season winning the semi-final of the Toni Ross Holiday Tournament. Makayla Dahman led the effort with 10 point, Marissa Miller added 9, and Jenna DeSalvo contributed 8. Action resumes at 10:30

JV Girls Basketball win Toni Ross Spirit Tournament

The Howland JV Girls Basketball team (2-0) defeated Madison 51-15 to win the 2017 Toni Ross Spirit Foundation basketball tournament. The Tigers made it to the championship game by defeating cross-town rival Lakeview on Friday. The Lady Tigers led the Blue Streaks 20-13 mid-way through the 3rd quarter and went on a 31-2 run to

Girls Basketball starts season with victory over Lakeview

After a strong start by the Lakeview Bulldogs, the Howland Tigers prevailed with a Friday’s 69-54 win behind 39 points from Alex Ochman and Mackenzie Maze combined in the Toni Ross Tournament. In the second quarter, Howland (1-0, 1-0 All-American Conference, Red Tier) closed the gap. After being down as much as nine points, Howland