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Varsity and JV Softball Fall to Fitch

The Fitch Falcons came to town to take on the Tigers. Lindsey Shrodek, Emily Darlington, and Marissa Jerina lead the offense with singles. Unfortunately Howland wasn’t able to bring runs across the plate and lost 9-1. Tigers are getting ready for conference rival Canfield Wednesday and then make a tournament run Thursday hosting Struthers. Sydney Shobel had an RBI

Tigers Fall to North Allegheny 12-0

The Howland Tigers lost to North Allegheny Saturday 12-0.  Leading the way for the Tigers was Frankie Manios with 2 hits and Joey Perfette with 1 hit.  North Allegheny scored 2 in the 3rd inning, 1 in the fourth, and 9 in the fifth inning.  Pitching for the Tigers was Hayden Parker, Matt Hooper, Frankie Manios, and

HS & MS Cheer Tryouts Set…

HS & MS Cheer tryouts are set for Wednesday, May 23, 2018 for students currently in grades 6-11th grade…MS tryouts are at 4 pm and HS tryouts are at 6:30 pm, both in the HS gym. Clinics begin Saturday, May 19, 2018 at HHS. Students need a current physical on file in the Activities office,

HS & MS Spring Banquet set for May 24 at 7 pm

Join us as we celebrate our Spring season of MS and HS Activities on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 7 pm in the HS gym. Click on the link below to RSVP by Monday, May 21, 2018. MS & HS Spring Banquet RSVP Teams Celebrated MS Boys’ Track MS Girls’ Track HS Boys’ Track HS

HMS Boys’ Track Falls to Lakeside and Poland

Howland boys fall to Lakeside and Poland only scoring 38 points.  This brings their record to 5-4 for the season.  Placing for the Tigers were: Nick Leasure – 1st 100, 2nd 200 and 3rd 400 Xiaoyu Kirin – 1st Long Jump and 2nd 400 Brandon Null – 2nd 1600, 3rd high jump and 4th 800

Girls Track Finishes 6th at County Meet

The girls track team placed 6th out of the 20 teams that took part in the county track meet.  The girls were able to take places in 11 of the 17 events.  The overall depth of the team showed in where they placed even though they were missing many top competitors from last year’s county

Mauri Dominates County Meet, Howland Three-Peats

The boys track team pulled off the three-peat as they won the Trumbull county meet for the 3rd consecutive year (Howland 1st with 92 points, Lakeview 2nd with 79 points). The Tigers top scorers were Jonny Elliot with 7 points, Nolan Brill with 7 points, Will Hines with 8 points, Michael Schaefer with 8 points,

HMS Girls’ Track Defeats Poland and Lakeside

The girl’s track team defeated Lakeside and Poland to win their home meet yesterday. Lauren Null won the 100M hurdles and NaVeyah Parisi won the 100M dash. In the 1600 meter run Megan Hipple was 1st, Gianna Carbone 2nd and Morgan Petrilla was 3rd. Mariah Quarles won the 400M dash and Riley Chimielewski was 4th.

Softball Teams Lose

Varsity softball hosted conference play against the Poland Bulldogs. Mackenzie Maze lead the offense going 3 for 4 and an RBI. Lindsey Shrodek, Gracie Wargo, Bailee Beasom, Emily Darlington, and Gabby Hartzell all added hits for the Tigers as well as RBIs. Emily Darlington hit her first high school home run. With all the efforts