Howland Middle School Football

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HMS Fall Sports Banquet

The HMS Fall Sports Banquet will be held on Wednesday, October 30th at 6:00 PM in the middle school cafeteria.  The banquet is open to all Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, and Football Cheer student-athletes and their guests.  If you or your child participated in a Fall sport and you would like to attend, please fill

HMS Football Shut Out by Hubbard

The Howland Middle School Football team fell to 0 – 2 in the 2019 season with a 34 – 0 Home loss to the Hubbard Eagles on Thursday afternoon, September 5th. Leading the way for the Tigers on offense Arison Wayt, Carson Schultz, John Perry, and the Offensive Line. On defense, Howland was led by

HMS Football Falls to Niles

Final Score :   Niles McKinley – 22                        Howland – 6                       The Howland Tigers Middle School football team opened the 2019 season with a 22 – 6 loss to the Niles McKiinley Red Dragons.

HMS Football Falls to Poland

Thursday, September 13, 2018 The HMS football team lost to a very talented Poland team on Thursday.  The final score was 36-6.  The team was also honored by a sideline visit from Howland alum, DeVeon Smith.  The Tigers’ next game is Thursday, September 20th @ 5:00 at Hubbard High School. Click HERE to view the

HMS Football Falls to Boardman

Thursday, August 30, 2018 Both the A and B HMS Football teams lost to Boardman. The A game started on Wednesday, but was postponed in the second quarter due to a torrential downpour.  The game resumed on a beautiful Thursday afternoon.  Unfortunately, the Tigers were unable to sustain drives and consistently get stops on defense. 

HMS Football Beats Lakeview

The Howland Tigers Middle School Football Team won both the A and B games versus Lakeview on Thursday.  The Tigers won the A game 30-0.  Scoring for the Tigers were Nick Leasure with 3 TD’s, and Marco Massucci adding another. The offensive line, led by Merlo and Baugher, helped both Massucci and Leasure lead the Tigers