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Spartan Swimmer Flatley signed with John Carroll

Senior Spartan Swimmer River Flately has committed to swim at John Carroll.  He signed his letter on Tuesday at Boardman High School.  Congratulations and best wishes to River!

Linker signs to swim at Youngstown State

Will Linker is heading to the next level, signing to swim at Youngstown State as he joins a newer Penguins program.  Will is seen her signing his letter at Boardman High School.  Best of luck to Will!

Senior David Merdich is joining the Penguins

Senior David Merdich is joining the Penguins powerhouse track and field program.  David signed his letter on Tuesday at Boardman High School.  Congratulations to David.

Connor Miller is going to Baldwin Wallace

Connor Miller signed his letter of intent yesterday at Boardman High School.  Connor will be playing football at Baldwin Wallace in Berea, Ohio.  Best of luck to Connor!

Angel Perez signs with Mount Union

Spartans soccer standout Angel Perez will be continuing his career at Mount Union in Alliance.  He signed his letter Tuesday at Boardman High School.  Congratulations and best wishes to Angel.  

YSU Women’s Soccer Summer Camps-UPDATE

***********************************UPDATE************************************************ With the safety of players as a number one concern and recent COVID-19 developments the Youngstown State University Women’s Soccer program has pushed back the date of our youth camp to July 6th-10th. At this time, we are offering the opportunity for youth players to sign up and reserve a youth camp spot with no upfront

Spartan Strong!

Boardman High School Seniors Hope Burford and Bri Valentini are sending encouragement to the Boardman community with their message.   Their message can be seen at the High School Complex tennis courts.  We are Spartan Strong!

Supporting our 2020 Seniors

Tonight all schools across the State of Ohio are showing support for their 2020 Seniors.  Tonight at 8:20 pm (20:20 Military time) schools across the state, including our Spartan Stadium, will illuminate the stadium for 20 minutes to show respect for all that the class of 2020 has had to give up during this crisis.