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Harrison Hills City School District News Article

Huskies Talk Issue 6




Varsity Football Falls to St. Clairsville

On Friday, September 23, the Huskies played the St. Clairsville Red Devils at home. Unfortunately, the Huskies lost 43-0. This game was also the Hall of Fame game. During half time, some of the members of the 1997 Cadiz Football Team were inducted into the Hall of Fame Class of 2022. The people inducted were Gene Banks, George Bomboris, Jerry Luyster, Randy Luyster, Kim Luyster, and Bill Wood.

 - Kendra DeWees 


Cross Country Competes at Sandy Valley Invitational

On Saturday, September 24, the cross country team competed at the invitational held at Sandy Valley High School, in Magnolia, OH. Maddy Edwards had the best time for the girls, at 23:12.77, coming in 31st place. In addition to Aiden Hayes, who had the best score for the boys at 19:20.78, coming in 36th place for the Huskies.

 - Lexi Smith 


Junior High Volleyball Splits with Union Local

On Saturday, September 24, Jr. High volleyball traveled to Union Local. The Seventh grade team came out with a win 2-0, unfortunately the eighth grade team lost 2-0.

 - Emma Tuttle 


Girls’ Volleyball Falls to Beaver Local

On Monday, September 26, the girls’ volleyball team played their home match against Beaver Local. The junior varsity team lost 0-2, as well as the varsity team losing 0-3. Maddy Butler had eight digs throughout the evening and Danica Rensi had seven. Olivia Tonkovich led the team with 13 assists.

 - Leah Cottrell 


Golf Finishes Seventh in Sectional Tournament

On Monday, September 26, the golf team competed in the sectional tournament. They shot a team total of 394. Kaily Banal will be moving onto districts after a fifth place round shooting an 89. Congratulations Kaily!

 - Haley Dunlap 


Varsity Falls to Red Devil

On Tuesday, September 27, the high school volleyball team traveled to St.Clairsville. Unfortunately, the varsity lost in four sets. They won the first set and lost the last three sets. However, the junior varsity won in two sets.

 - Zoe Whipkey 


Girls Soccer Defeated by Oak Glenn

On Tuesday, September 27, the girls’ soccer team traveled to Oak Glenn for the OVAC semifinals. In the first half, the score was 5-0. By the second half, the score was 7-0. This was the Huskies first time going to OVAC’s in four years. Oak Glenn will excel to the finals to play Beaver Local or Weir on Saturday, October 1.

 - Maddy Bender 


Junior High Volleyball Team Split Against Harding

On Tuesday, September 27, the junior high volleyball team played against Harding. The final 7th grade score was 2-0. The final 8th grade score was 0-2.

 - Kaleb Bethel 


First Food Bank Distribution a Success

On Wednesday, September 28, a group of students volunteered their time to assist with the Food Bank. We were asked to include that “they are an awesome group and no words can express our gratitude for the assistance that they bring in the effort!!”


Boys’ Soccer Suffers Loss Against Wheeling Central

On Thursday, September 29, the boys' soccer team fell to Wheeling Central. The final score was 1-0. There were many shots on goal by Jace Madzia and Lorenzo Chiarpotto. Jaydis Yoho had many impressive saves on goal, recording 10 saves. Unfortunately, Cameron Dulkoski is currently suffering with an ankle injury.

 - Cooper Thompson 


Huskies Defeat Purple Riders on Senior Night

On Thursday, September 29, the volleyball team hosted the Martins Ferry Purple Riders for a home match. The junior varsity team won 2-0, the varsity following with a win of 3-2. The six senior athletes were recognized between the two games; Maddy Butler, Leah Cottrell, Logan Johnson, Kayln Ledger, Cali Lewis, and Nadia Tweedy.

 - Nadia Tweedy 


County Prosecutor Visit

On Monday, September 26, Harrison County Prosecutor, Lauren Knight, visited Harrison Central. She spoke with the 8th grade criminal justice class. She talked about the importance and consequences of laws. It was a great experience for the kids and staff as well!

 - Kaylee Sandy 


Positive Behavior Awards

Congratulations to the following students for being awarded for their positive behavior: Caleb Rhoads for accountability, Olivia Jones for kindness, and Bryson Moreland for showing appreciation toward a guest speaker.

- Angi Ferri 



Upcoming Events

Monday, October 3
• Varsity Volleyball vs. Steubenville Catholic Central 5:30 PM
• Junior High Volleyball vs. Barnesville 5:30 PM
• Girls’ Soccer vs. Carrollton 7:00 PM

Tuesday, October 4
• Boys’ Soccer vs. Tuscarawas Valley 7:00 PM

Wednesday, October 5
• Junior High Volleyball at St. Clairsville 5:30 PM
• Junior High Football vs. Union Local 7:00 PM

Thursday, October 6
• Varsity Volleyball at Martins Ferry (Buckeye 8) 5:30 PM
• Boys’ Soccer vs. Sandy Valley 6:00 PM
• Girls’ Soccer vs. Indian Creek 8:00 PM

Friday, October 7
• Varsity Football at Edison 7:00 PM

Saturday, October 8
• Varsity Cross Country OVAC at CAMBRIDGE 10:00 AM
• Junior Varsity Football vs. Edison 10:00 AM
• Boys’ Soccer vs. Indian Creek at Harding 12:00 PM




September Students of the Month


Harry the Husky


What is Your Passion?

How will you make a difference in the world? Mrs. Abby Roberts is making a difference by creating pottery and sharing her talents with the fourth grade and Harrison County.

Fourth graders are learning about the different Indian tribes in social studies. They will create Indian villages using natural resources that they find in their explorations.. Students discussed the purposes of early utilization of clay pots and how it benefited the Indians.

Students are encouraged to find their passions through reading, exploration, and creativity. Mrs. Roberts continued this theme as she taught the students about the origin of clay, pottery, and glazing. The fourth graders loved this activity. No two pots were exactly the same.

We look forward to seeing more of her creations!


Art with Ms. VanCamp

Using a wet-on-wet watercolor technique for making art journal covers.

Second Grade Writers

Students in Mrs. Turner's second grade began writing paragraphs this week about Saguaro cacti. They made a craft to go along with their writings.

Math Madness

Miss Bethel’s class working together to win their math review game!


Hey, how ‘bout these Huskies! We want to give a special shout-out to the students pictured below for being recognized by their teachers.

Ryder Vasquez and Zaiden Whitehead are doing great things in 5th grade!


Upcoming Events

October 5, 6, & 7
• Fall School Pictures

October 21
• End of 1st Nine Weeks

October 26
• Parent Teacher Conferences

October 24-28
• Red Ribbon Week

October 28
• Classroom Halloween Parties

November 2
• Parent Teacher Conferences



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