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Volley Season Ends In Sectional Final

Kenston defeats Howland Volleyball (13-11) in 3 sets in the Solon Sectional Final. 16-25, 19-25, 17-25 Kills: Mia Pantalone 7 Assists: Kathryn Summerfield 12 Blocks: Claire Summerfield 1 Digs: Danni Harigan 14 Points: Haley Vandegrift 11 Aces: Haley Vandegrift 2, Kathryn Summerfield 2

Howland Season Ends in Double OT

Howland girls soccer fell to Cardinal Mooney in double over time 1-2.  Isabella Merlo had a breakaway goal assisted by Ashley Chambers. Gillian McMurray had 14 amazing saves. Howland girls end their season 11-4-3

Freshman Football Loses Close One To Canfield

The 9th grade football team lost a close game to Canfield 22-20. The Tigers were led by Luca Massucci who ran for two touchdowns and threw a touchdown pass and 2pt. conversion to Kole Tarary. The Tigers defense was led by Kole Tarary, Ethan Synder, Hunter Anderson, and Gage Gibson.

Volleyball Advances to Sectional Final

Howland Volleyball (13-10) defeats Garfield Heights in 3 sets in the 1st round of the Solon Sectional. 25-20, 25-17, 25-10 Kills: Danni Harigan 10 Assists: Kathryn Summerfield 16 Blocks: Maddie Sisler 1 Digs: Haley Vandegrift 12 Points: Haley Vandegrift 18 Aces: Haley Vandegrift 8 Howland plays #2 Kenston on Saturday 10/20 in the Sectional Final.

Girls and Boys Golf Win Bobby Lewis

Congratulations goes out to our girls and boys golf teams who recently won the Bobby Lewis Golf Championship at Trumbull Country Club.

Girls Cross Country Team Wins AAC Crown

The girls cross country team won the All American Conference Championship Meet Saturday at Boardman High School. Jenna Craigo led the way for the lady tigers finishing 3rd. Maria Dellimuti was 4th, Gabby Reuschling 8th, Elenie McNally 10th, Erika Amodio 12th, Carrie Yasnowski 13th and Kady McClain was 22nd. Congratulations and good luck Saturday at

Boys Soccer Wins 4th Straight AAC Title

The Howland Boys Team defeated Boardman tonight 2-0. Goals were scored by Malvasi and Altawil (PK). With the win tonight the boys are Conference Champs for the 4th year in a row!

Howland Falls to Niles in Game of the Week

Howland actually outgained the Red Dragons 257 to 254, but bad field position and an inability to finish drives led to an insurmountable 28-0 deficit. Nathan Barrett made several impressive catches for the Tigers (5 receptions for 108 yards), including a 15-yard TD pass in which he ripped the ball away from a defender early