This is the time of the year that the fiscal department is reviewing all budget lines and determining if all accounts are on target for spending.
Below is the current financial information for the general fund as of 1/31/22:
|General Fund Revenue By Source||At 1/31/22|
|Property Tax||$ 6,121,213|
|Other State Revenue||$ 509,743|
|Other Revenue||$ 260,849|
|Advance In/Transfer In||$ 1,121,771|
|General Fund Expenditures By Source||At 1/31/22|
|Advance Out/Advance In||$7,309,064|
Cadiz Business Association
Mrs. Snider attended the Cadiz Business Association meeting and Harrison County Chamber of Commerce meetings.
Teachers and administrators met with Thrasher Architectural firm to discuss designs for the elementary outdoor learning project.
Boys’ Basketball Beats Beaver Local
On Friday, February 11, the boys’ basketball team hosted Beaver Local. The varsity team ended the first quarter with the results of Harrison 22 and Beaver 13. At halftime, Harrison was still in the lead with 34 and Beaver 24. Harrison continued leading in the 3rd quarter and ended the game with a score of 64-54. The junior varsity unfortunately lost with a score of 35-20.
- Jessica Waid
Girls’ Basketball Defeats River
On Friday, February 11, the girls’ basketball team played at home against River High School. The girls started off good and had a lead of 28-19 at half time. They kept going and won the game 53-39. McKayla Dunkle led the team with 21 points, Danica Rensi had 9, Maddy Butler had 8, and Mackenzie Harbold had 6.
- Angi Ferri
Wrestling Successful at Catholic Central
On Tuesday, February 15, the Harrison Central Wrestling Team traveled to Steubenville Catholic Central, where they took on the Crusaders and the Bridgeport Bulldogs. They were successful with a win against Bridgeport, 51-3, and a win against Catholic Central, 60-6. The Huskies won 10 out of 11 contested matches.
- Maddie Sedgmer
Boys’ Basketball Clashes with Bellaire
On Tuesday, February 15, the Huskies put up a close match against the Big Reds. By halftime, the varsity boys were tied 42-42. Unfortunately, Bellaire came out on top, winning 78-75, in overtime. The junior varsity team, however, had a triumphant win with a score of 59-45.
- Kylie Richards
On Tuesday, February 15, the boys’ varsity bowling team competed in the Sectional Tournament, placing 9th overall. The team score total was 3,352 and individual high scorers were: Chad Viers 520, finishing 31st, Drew Culbertson 514, finishing 33rd, Kobie Hennis 500, finishing 37th, and Corey Hayes 493, finishing 41st.
On Wednesday, February 16, the girls’ varsity bowling team competed in their Sectional Tournament and almost made it to Districts, falling behind by only 69 pins. They placed 7th overall. Aleyna Runevitch placed 5th overall with a 555 series and will be advancing to the District Tournament. Cami Basich placed 43rd, with a 414, Lauren Best placed 54th, with 362, Alexis Lishick placed 59th, with a 376, Karlea Thompson placed 91st, with a 237, and Grace Cain placed 102nd, with a 143.
- Cameron Aughinbaugh
Senior Athletes Recognized
Senior basketball players and cheerleaders were recognized on Friday, February 18th against Wheeling Central. The boys’ basketball team fell a little short and were defeated by Wheeling Central. Again, congratulations to our Seniors, we will miss you!
Saturday, February 26
• Academic Challenge Tournament @ EGCC