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Hartzell’s 29 leads Howland over Louisville

Gabby Hartzell led the Lady Tigers to a 65-51 victory over Louisville with 29 points.  Also chipping in was Alex Ochman with a double-double 14 points and 14 rebounds.  Howland held a 15-9 lead after one and extended it to 36-22 at half.  Both teams scored 29 points in the second half allowing Howland to

Howland Falls to Sharon in Tournament Championship

     Howland was cold from the field all night long and could only muster 39 points in the final of the Sharon Holiday Tournament in losing to the host Sharon Tigers. Connor Tamarkin lead Howland with 14 points.  The Tigers were 14/18 from the foul line but only went 1/7 from outside the arc.  Down

Tigers Defeat Ursuline in Sharon Holiday Tournament

Behind Connor Tamarkin’s 15 and Frankie Rappach’s 11 points, the Howland Tigers were able to defeat the Ursuline Irish 50-43 in Overtime.  Howland will play Friday December 29th for the Sharon Holiday Tournament Championship.       

Lady Swimmers Continue Win Streak, Sincich Places 2nd for Boys

The Girls Swim Team had another great meet tonight against Austintown taking first place with 160 points continuing their win streak and Results of the meet are a s follows: Howland Top 3 Finishes: Boys 50 Free: Christian Sincich 2nd Girls 200 Medley Relay: 1st Place: Mackenzie Karabin, Isabella DeMalio, Isabelle Daniels, Mia Pantalone. 2nd Place:

Lady Tigers Take Down Undefeated Geneva 53-41

Howland became a roadblock for another previously undefeated team. This time, it was Geneva. Earlier this week, Howland sent Poland away with its first loss. The Tigers (7-3), which won their fourth straight game, were led by Mackenzie Maze’s 22 points. She leads Howland with 15.5 points per game. Gabby Hartzell added 12 for the

Lady Tiger JV Downs Geneva 67-15

The host Lady Tigers took an 18-0 lead and led 20-5 after the first period, Jenna DeSalvo tallied 10 points in the first frame. The lead stretched to 37-7 at halftime with Jenna Craigo’s 6 2nd quarter points leading the way. Makayla Dahman and Ashley Chambers each chipped in with 6 points in the 3rd

Howland Boys Win Third Straight With Balance

The Tigers used balanced scoring Friday night to take down the Champion Golden Flashes 60-48. (Tribune Chronicle / John Vargo Howland’s Frankie Manios, left, and Champion’s Joe Abramovich, right, chase the loose ball during Friday’s game at Howland High School.)   The combination of Samari Dean, Jonah Weisman and Frank Rappach combined for 42 of