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8th Grade Girls Beat Boardman

Congratulations to the 8th grade girls’ basketball team on their final regular season win over Boardman 39-26.  Leading for the Tigers were Alyssa Pompelis with 16 points, Kylie McClain and Mia Infante with 6 points, Jamie DeSalvo with 4, Jen Sindledecker with 4, and Taylor Lawrence and Kalliopi Gentis each with 2.  The Lady Tigers

7th Grade Girls Beat Boardman

Congratulations to the 7th grade girls on their 42-24 win over Boardman White. Leading scorers were: Courtney Clark with 23 points and Zandra Caldera with 5 points. Also adding to the score were Khloe Liakaris, Rylie Daniluk, Riley Chmielewski, Maddie Munroe, Paris Parisi, and Grace Zucco. The 7th Grade Lady Tigers finished their regular season


The boys 9th grade basketball team improved their record to 7 and 4 with a big win over Warren Harding 57-44. The Tigers were led by Tyler Fenton with 19 pts., Jordan Sperling 13 pts., and David Burman with 7 pts.

Dehn Leads Tigers in Boys Bowling

Bowling for the boys was Evan Dehn leading with high game of 245. Following close behind Brad Sindledecker with 221 game  and 410 set. JV leader was Klayton Scott with a 204 game. Come cheer on the boys on Saturday at 1pm at Holiday Bowl as they compete in the Super bowl baker tournament. Varsity had a 615 set

Girls Bowling Drops Match to Fitch

The girls bowling team dropped another match to Austintown, dropping the Lady Tigers record to 7-3 in the AAC Red Tier.  Leading the girls was Jessica Guesman with a match high 235 and 215 games.  She was followed by Kayla Bross with a 170.  The teams next match is Monday in a match against Lakeview, Maplewood and

JV Girls Win Shortened Game

The Lady Tigers recorded a home victory over the visiting Lady Raiders in a game shortened to one half due to Warren Harding not having enough players to play a full contest. Jillian Powell led the Tigers with 8, Makayla Dahman added 6, and Bryce Butler and Jenna DeSalvo added 3 apiece. The Lady Tigers

Tiger Trio Lift Howland Over Harding

Number 20, Alex Ochman, matched her jersey with an impressive 20 rebounds and had a game-high 16 points. “I thought we played really well. That’s the best we’ve worked the ball all year. We did what we had to do to shut them down,” Ochman said. Seniors Gabby Hartzell and Mackenzie Maze made big contributions as

7th and 8th Grade Girls Beat Niles

Congratulations to the 7th grade girls on their 58-10 victory over Niles.  Leading scorers for the Tigers were: Courtney Clark with 14 points Riley Chmielewski with 12 points Ky’Renae Matlock with 8 points Rylie Daniluk with 6 points Also adding to the score were Zandra Caldera, Maddie Munroe, Emalea Pagano, Paris Parisi, Maddie Anders, Cloe