Boardman Boys Varsity Basketball

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Nine Spartan Athletes To Continue Their Academic and Athletic Careers In College

Nine Spartan athletes sign their national letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers in college.  In the front row from left to right are: Holden Lipke will attend Case Western Reserve to play basketball.  Holden was a 1st Team AAC Selection, 1st Team District 1 Selection and scored over 1,000 points in his

Senior Holden Lipke Selected To Play For The Mahoning Valley All-Star Team

Congratulations to senior basketball player Holden Lipke who was selected to the Mahoning Valley Senior All-Star Team that played in the 48th annual Al Beach All-Star Classic.  The game was held   March 20th at Canfield High School and the teams were comprised of players representing Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana, and Ashtabula counties.  Lipke surpassed the 1,000 point career mark

Senior Cheerleaders Honor Their Favorite Teacher At Last Home Game Of The Season

  The senior girls cheerleaders chose their favorite or most influential teacher at the last home game of the season.  Mariah Ricciardi chose language teacher Marybeth Shobel, Regan Lambert selected history teacher Brian Racz, Alaina Fullerman chose math teacher Mike Gerthung, Rebecca Choleva selected math teacher Amanda Mansour, and Monica Brown chose Alyssa Gwirtz as her favorite

Senior Boys Basketball Players Have Teacher Appreciation Night At Game

The senior boys basketball players chose their favorite or most influential teacher at one of the last home games of the season.  JaJuante Young chose English teacher Melissa Williams, Dom Stilliani chose his middle school teacher Jesse McClain, Mike Melewski chose his Math teacher Justine Cullen, Holden Lipke chose his History teacher Eric Simione, Keshawn

Elementary Schools Attend Spartan Varsity Game, Participate In Halftime Lay-Up Contest

Thank you to our elementary principals and physical education teachers for bringing so many students to the boys basketball game last night. The lay-up contest at halftime of the game was priceless and so much fun to watch. And Corey Linsley, former Boardman standout and now starting center for the Green Bay Packers was so