No full return to school for Loveland City School District students next week after two counties see an increase in COVID-19 cases and Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine moves both counties into “red” alert level. [Read More ➡️]
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 ➡️]
Where coronavirus quarantine takes away, it, in a way, births new ways to celebrate the students’ hard work. Tonight, that form looked like an unofficial caravan-parade throughout Loveland City School District neighborhoods. [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 ➡️]