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Howland Girls Bowling Defeats Boardman, Guesman Sets Record

The girls beat an always solid Boardman team by 9 pins in an AAC Red Tier matchup.  Jessica Guesman led the way once again with another school record for a two game set with games of 254 and a 248 for a total of 502.  The teams next match is Monday against Harding.

Howland Varsity Dominates Niles 83-49

Four Howland players scored in double figures as the Tigers won easily on the road. Frank Rappach scored 16 points, Connor Tamarkin had 14, Nathan Barrett 13 and Frankie Manios 11 for Howland (7-4). After building a 20-14 first-quarter lead, the Tigers held a 39-23 halftime advantage and led 61-34 after three quarters. Howland hit

Howland JV defeats Niles, Jones scores 20

Justin Jones scored 16 of his 20 points in the first half and Joey Vitali chipped in 11 first half points as the Tigers easily defeated Niles 57-33.The Tigers jumped out early and held a 38-18 lead at the half.  Howland held that leads through the third quarter and lead 48-31 after three.  The Tigers

Girls Bowling Wins MLK Tournament in Niles

The girls bowling team took first place in the Niles MLK tournament for the second consecutive year, squeaking out a win against surging Austintown Fitch and Boardman groups.  Congratulations to Jessica Guesman, Holly Sparklin, Danni Harigan, Justine Bailes, Sylvie Rhoads and Kayla Bross on this accomplishment.  The teams next match is Wednesday against Boardman.

Girls and Boys AAC Swimming Results

Howland girls took 2nd overall out of 10 school in this years AAC meet while the boys took 7th out of 10 showing great overall improvement from a year ago. Here are the results: Girls 200 Medley Relay: 6th Place: (Howland) Mackenzie Karabin, Isabella DeMalio, Isabelle Daniels, Mia Pantalone Girls 200 Free: 7th Place: Isabelle Daniels (Howland)

JV Girls Basketball Loses to Canfield

The Canfield Lady Cardinals were able to force a tie in the ACC Red JV standings with the Lady Tigers by virtue of their 50-42 victory Saturday night. The Lady Tigers were unable to overcome slow starts in both halves or to contain Gianna Flask who put up 20 points for the hosts. For the

Howland Girls Varsity Falls to Canfield

  Canfield sweeps season series over Howland The Howland Varsity Team jumped out quick and had an 11-6 advantage after the first period.  A back and forth second quarter had Howland leading 28-27 at the break. The Tigers were led by Alexis Ochman who had 14 while Mackenzie Maze and Gabby Hartnell added 12 a piece.