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Boys Cross Country Results from Medina

The Howland boy’s cross-country team placed sixteenth out of 32 teams at the Medina Invitational. They were led by Lane Goble.  Other top Tigers were Zach Brill, Ben Bronson, Manny Fakkas, Kaden McCord, Isaac Robertson and Brandon Null.

Howland Boys defeat Harding to Remain Unbeaten

Howland 4 Harding 1. Final Howland Boys Soccer rallied from a 1-0 deficit to claim a 4-1 win Saturday afternoon.  Reed Stanyard got Harding on the board 5 minutes into the match.  Howland quickly countered with 3 goals of their own before half as Christian Cano scored 2 goals and Guillermo Fuentes added 1. Austin

JV Soccer Takes down Maplewood

Howland JV Girls Soccer team beat Maplewood 7-0 Goals-  Erika Amodio, Taylor Lawrence, Khloe Liakaris (2), Gemma Mariani, Abby Chapman (2) Assists- Maria Glaros, Ashleigh Macias (2), Rylie Daniluk, Abby Chapman Howland JV Record is 7-1-3

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 07 – Oct 13

Oct 07 Girls Junior Varsity Soccer at Canfield High School Canfield 5:00 pm | Canfield High School Oct 07 Girls Varsity Soccer at Canfield High School Canfield 7:00 pm | Canfield High School Oct 08 Girls Varsity Golf at Hudson High School District @ Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club 8:00 am | Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club

Girls Cross Country Takes Second

The Girls Cross Country Team was 2nd at The Legends meet today. Freshman Megan Hipple led the way for the Lady Tigers with her 4th place finish.  Megan’s time was one second off the school record. Maria Dellimuti added a 7th place finish followed by Elenie McNally in 12th, Molly Yasnowski in 18th, Gabby Reuschling

HMS Girls XC Takes Second at The Legends Meet

The MS girls finished 2nd at The Legends meet on Saturday at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds.  Top finishers in the team race were:   Addie Christy 11th Ava Alvetro 14th Rachel Perlov 20th Mackenzie Maiorano 21st Gabby Scott 22nd Anna Vrabel 30th Camille Sutton 35th Top finishers in the MS girls open race were: Paras

7th Volleyball Season Ends with Close Loss to Boardman

The 7th Grade Volleyball team traveled to Boardman Glenwood Junior High School Saturday to play in the AAC Tournament.  The Lady Tigers got off to a strong start by defeating Canfield in straight sets allowing them to advance to the semi-final round.  They then readied to face an extremely strong Boardman White team.  Our girls

8th Volleyball Advances to AAC Championship Match

The 8th grade volleyball team traveled to Boardman on Saturday for the AAC Tournament. The Lady Tigers defeated Warren 2-0 in the quarter finals and went on to a 3 set battle with Canfield, vying for a spot in the championship match. The Lady Tigers started off flat with a 15-25 loss in the first

Howland Falls to Rival Canfield in Straight Sets

Howland (17-3, AAC 5-2) falls to Canfield 0-3. 21-25, 15-25, 8-25. Kills- Maddie Sisler 8 Assists: Kathryn Summerfield 16 Blocks: Mia Pantalone 2 Digs: Bailee Beasom 5, Chloe Schultz 5 Points: Baile Beasom 5, Maddy Golias 4 Aces: Bailee Beasom 4 Canfield JV wins 2-0. Canfield 9th gr wins 2-0.

8th Grade Volleyball Wins in Salem

The Howland 8th grade volleyball team traveled to Salem for their final regular season match. The Lady Tigers played steady and disciplined to swipe the victory 25-9 and 25-8. Their season record was 16-3. They travel to Boardman on Saturday to begin playoffs with a match against Warren at 11am at Boardman High School. Go