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The Tigers varsity football team fell to the Turpin Spartans 30-0 at the season opener at Loveland High School Friday.
The smaller-than-normal thanks to coronavirus pandemic restrictions cheered loud for their Tigers. Tickets were reserved for parents of football players, cheerleaders and members of the marching band. [Read More ➡️]
The football Tigers lose to the Walnut Hills Eagles, 55-32. And in a strange turn of events, stadium lights turn off as the game ends — leaving stands and field in total darkness as players, marching band, cheerleaders and fans leave the stadium using cell phone lights. [Read More ➡️]
BY JOE WESSELSLoveland Local News LOVELAND, Ohio — They had no idea what was about to happen. But for the real-life dating couple who both are in and were representing the marching band in the [Read More ➡️]
BY JOE WESSELSLoveland Local News LOVELAND, Ohio — The Loveland High School Marching Band performed before the game and during halftime at the homecoming football game Friday. The band’s show this year is New York [Read More ➡️]
BY JOE WESSELSLoveland Local News LOVELAND, Ohio — The Loveland varsity football team was handed another defeat in their now 0-5 season under new head coach, Andy Cruse. The Tigers lost Friday in their homecoming [Read More ➡️]