Harrison Central Track at St. Clairsville
On Friday, April 8 , the varsity track team competed at St. Clairsville. The boys placed in the following events: Taylor Cope was 4th in discus, with 136-11ft, Grayden Sproull was 8th in discus with 129-05ft, Hunter Boals was 5th in shot put with 45-08ft and Hunter Bittinger was 8th in the 800 meter with a time of 2:14.20.
- Georgia Cox
Girls’ Softball defeats Saint Clairsville
On Saturday, April 8th, the girls’ varsity softball played Saint Clairsville at home. The girls played very well and won against Saint Clairsville. The score was 17-5.
- Jaida Barber
Boys’ Varsity Baseball gets a Strong Win Over Claymont
On Friday, April 8, the boys’ varsity baseball was victorious over Claymont by a score of 10-1. The team suffered its first loss of the season the day before and balanced back wonderfully. Tucker Snyder had his first varsity start and went the full 7 innings to get his first win. This win also set a major milestone for Head Coach Mike Valesko marking his 100th win of his career.
- Edwin Stringer
Varsity Baseball teams takes win over Indian Creek
On Monday, April 11, the Huskies varsity baseball team won Monday’s home non-conference game against Indian Creek in extra innings by a score of 6-5. With the win, Harrison Central upgrades its record to 4-1 on the season.
- Kylie Richards
Varsity Baseball lost against Indian Creek
On Tuesday, April 12, the varsity baseball team lost against Indian Creek 9-7. They jumped ahead at the beginning, 7-2, but they couldn’t hold on, letting the Redskins score 6 in the 3rd inning. Treston Nemeth had 2 hits, Jace Madzia and Kaden Jurosko both had one hit.
- Kaylee Vermillion
Junior varsity baseball beats Indian Creek
The Huskies triumphed over Indian Creek on Wednesday, April 13. The score was 6-5.
- Peyton Roski
Harrison Central Track Triangular
On Tuesday, April 12th, the Harrison Central varsity track team had a home meet versus St. Clairsville and East Liverpool. The girls team placed first overall with a score of 113.5. The events the girls placed first in were the 4x800 meter relay, the 4x200 meter relay, the 400 meter dash, the 3200 meter run, the 800 meter run, long jump, discus, and shot put. The boys team placed third overall with a score of 31. The events the boys placed first in were 110 meter hurdles, discus, 4x800 meter relay, 3200 meter run, and the 800 meter run.
- Maddie Sedgmer
Girls varsity and junior varsity softball defeat Indian Creek
On Wednesday, April 13, the girls’ varsity and junior varsity softball teams defeated Indian Creek. The varsity girls’ played first and ended the game with a score of 3-1. After, the junior varsity was a very close competition with a final score of 9-8. Congratulations to both teams for taking the win!
- Jessica Waid
Huskies Varsity Softball Blows Away Bellaire by Ten Runs
On Tuesday, April 12th, the Huskies played Bellaire at home. The Huskies won with a score of 12-2. At the bottom of the first inning the Huskies are up 2-0, at the bottom of the second inning the Huskies are still up with a strong lead of 7-0. The bottom of the fourth inning the Huskies were still up, but Bellaire got on the scoreboard with the score of 10-1. The fifth and final inning the Huskies won 12-2.
- Aleyna Runevitch
Girls softball against Indian Creek
On Thursday, April 21, the Harrison Central junior varsity and varsity both faced Indian Creek.
Our girls came out on top with a score of 13-4
Junior Varsity Baseball defeats Toronto
On Tuesday, April 12th, the junior varsity baseball team played at home against Toronto. The boys played a good game with an ending score of 9-3.
- Madison Angle
McKayla Dunkle Receives 1,000 Point Award
On Tuesday, April 12th, the Huskies Sports Foundation awarded McKayla Dunkle with her 1,000 point award for basketball. Over the 2021-2022 basketball season, McKayla Dunkle had 1,277 points and 926 rebounds. Congratulations on your outstanding achievement!
- Trista Thompson
Take Down Tobacco Campaign
From Monday, April 11th, to Friday, April 13th, the Harrison Central students participated in the Take Down Tobacco Campaign hosted by Mrs. Stock. Along the walls of the school are posters advocating ending smoking where eventually students were encouraged to sign a poster declaring their pledge to never vape in which those posters hang along a wall as well. Not only are they prompting anti-smoking inside the school, however, along the outside are pinwheels revealing the number of students that don’t vape.
- TyLynn Smith
Breakfast with Easter Bunny
The music department held a craft show that had Easter themed festivities. And then our softball team contributed to a breakfast with the Easter bunny. Everyone had a good time, especially the kids who got to hang out with their favorite bunny.
- Cecilia Bellerive
Varsity Softball beats Buckeye Local
On Friday, April 15, the Varsity Softball team played at home against Buckeye Local. It was a close game but the Huskie girls’ stuck their ground and ended the game with a score of 4-3.
- Skyelar Goldsborough
Varsity Baseball falls to St. Clairsville
On Saturday, April 16, the Varsity Baseball team played the St. Clairsville Red Devils at home. The Red Devils secured an early lead in the third inning, 3-0. By the fourth inning, the Huskies got their bats rolling and took the lead 6-4. By the seventh inning, the teams were tied 6-6, and heading into extra innings. The game ended with a score of 8-6, St. Clairsville taking the win.
Varsity baseball wins over Edison
On Monday April 18, the varsity boys team played at home against the Edison Wildcats. The Huskies had the lead in the third inning, until the middle of the fifth the Wildcats had the lead of 6-4. At the top of the seventh the Wildcats were still in the lead and it was 7-4, The Huskies came out and scored five runs to win the game with a score of 8-7.
- Angi Ferri
Buckeye 8 Track championship at Beaver
On Tuesday, April 19, the boys’ and girls’ varsity track teams traveled to Beaver Local and participated in the Buckeye 8 championship. For the boys’ field events team, Hunter Boals placed 3rd in shot put, Taylor Cope placed 4th in discus and Grayden Sproull ended in 5th. For the running team, the 4x800 relay team won 3rd, and Hunter Bittinger placed 4th in the 800 meter run. For the girls’ field events team, Carys Haney got 5th on discus, and 1st in shot. Danica Rensi placed 4th in High Jump. The girls’ running team got 4th overall in the 4x200 relay and Nadia Tweedy received 3rd in the 400 meter dash.
- Nahia Ruiz de Alda
Prom a Success
On Saturday, April 23, the prom was held at Wallace Lodge. 195 students attended and enjoyed a nice night. Maddy Bender and Jace Madzia were crowned prom princess and prince, while McKayla Dunkle and Joenus Jones were crowned prom queen and king.
Monday, April 25
• Boys Varsity Baseball vs Buckeye Local 5:00 PM
• Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs Buckeye Local 7:00 PM
• Junior High Track @ Edison 4:30 PM
Tuesday, April 26
• Boys Varsity Baseball vs Garaway 5:00 PM
• Girls Varsity Softball OVAC Semi Finals
• Varsity Track Quad 4:30 PM
• Varsity Track @ Union Local
• Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs Garaway 7:00 PM
Wednesday, April 27
• Boys Varsity Baseball @ Steubenville 5:00 PM
• Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs Steubenville 5:00 PM
• Junior High Track Buckeye 8 @ Edison
Thursday, April 28
• Girls Varsity Softball vs St. Clairsville 5:00 PM
Friday, April 29
• Girls Varsity Softball OVAC Finals
Saturday, April 30
• Boys Varsity Baseball OVAC
• Girls Varsity Softball OVAC Finals