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Howland JV Boys lose to Harding

Justin Jones had a team high 18 points but it wasn’t enough as the Tigers were defeated by Harding 58-37. Howland travels to Fitch Friday night for a battle with the Falcons.

Girls Bowling Team Stays Undefeated

The girls bowling team beat a solid Boardman team upping their record to 7-0.  The team was lead by Jessica Guesman with a 247 and Holly Sparklin with a 219.  The teams next match is tonight at Canfield.

Howland Baseball To Host Spring Camp for Kids

Howland Tigers Baseball Spring Camp 2018 Registration Form Howland Varsity Coach Justin Drapp and the Tigers will host a Spring Baseball Camp for any interested player ages 8-15. The camp will be held March 3, 2018 from 10:00 to 1:30 in the High School Gymnasium. Cost of the camp is $35.00 per camper and each

Howland Speech and Debate at Canfield

Howland’s speech and debate team braved the cold on Saturday, 1/06/18, to compete at Canfield High School, and it paid off! Congratulations to our semi-finalists Bobby Carr, Nate Hudson, Jemima Nwagbara, and Kyle Rhine and special congratulations to Ethan Deemer (4th place in Informational Speaking), Kate Li (4th place in Congressional Debate), and Moira Armstrong

JV Girls Continue Winning Ways

The JV girls had a battle on their hands all night long but came up big in the fourth quarter in defeating Austintown Fitch 35-27.  Tied at halftime at 17 and leading by two after three quarters, the Tigers outscored Fitch 12-3 to seal the victory.  Gillian Powell had a huge night with 20 points and

Howland Holds On To Defeat Fitch

Howland jumped out to an early lead and continued that through the first half leading 25-14.  Fitch came out quickly scoring 17 third quarter points but held their composure scoring 15 points to hold their lead 40-31 at the end of three.  Fitch kept things interesting but behind Gabby Hartzell’s 21 points and Alex Ochman’s

JV Boys Fall to Boardman

Cameron During hit three 3’s and score 11 points while Gage Tomko added two 3’s and nine points but it wasn’t enough as the Tigers fell to Boardman 53-37. Down 16-15 after one quarter Howland was outscored 18-5 in the second and found themselves down 14.  After a low scoring third quarter which saw both