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Huskies Talk Issue 29


Baseball Defeats Union Local



On Friday, April 19, the boys’ baseball team traveled to Union Local. The Huskies had a challenging game, but came out on top with a final score of 10-9.

- Hailey Nation


Track Participates in Indian Valley Invite


    The high school track teams traveled to Indian Valley on Friday, April 19, to participate in their invitational. Both the boys and girls teams finished in 7th place.    

Baseball Hosts Zanesville & Edison



On Saturday, April 20, the baseball team hosted the Blue Devils of Zanesville and the Wildcats of Edison. We were victorious over Zanesville with a score of 5-4, but we unfortunately lost to the Wildcats with a score of 15-3.

- Meris Adams


Girls Softball Takes on Meadowbrook in a Doubleheader



On Saturday, April 20, the softball team traveled to Meadowbrook, for a doubleheader. Unfortunately, the team fell in both games, being defeated 4-1 in the first game and 11-3 in the second game.

- Parker Hutton


Junior High Track Finishes Edison League



On Monday, April 22, the junior high track team finished the Edison League.The girls team beat the Jr. Crusaders 57-32, finishing in 3rd place, with a record of 2-2. The boys track team also beat the Jr. Crusaders 79-18 and finished in 1st place with a 3-1 record.

- Aniston Raber


Softball Defeats Union Local



On Monday, April 22, both junior varsity and varsity softball teams traveled to Union Local to compete against the Jets. The junior varsity won 10-4. The varsity girls defeated the Jets 15-4.

- Randee Hennis


Baseball Buckeye 8 Crossover



On Tuesday, April 23, the baseball team faced off against Union Local in the Buckeye 8 Crossover game. It was a close game, but in the end, the Huskies emerged victorious with a score of 5-4.

- Hailey Nation


Softball Falls to Brooke



On Tuesday, April 23, the softball team traveled to Brooke, to take on the Bruins. Unfortunately, the Huskies were defeated 7-1.

- Kiera McBee


Huskies Track



On Tuesday, April 23, the track team hosted a quad, hosting the Indian Creek Redskins, Buckeye Local Panthers, and the St. Clairsville Red Devils. Both the boys and girls teams were victorious, defeating all three teams.

- Vitto Parziale




    On Wednesday, April 24,the Harrison Central Envirothon Team competed in the Area 3 Envirothon at the Glenford Fort Preserve, Perry County Ohio. They competed in 5 topics; Current Environmental Issues, Aquatics, Soil, Wildlife, and Forestry, against 47 other teams from 16 different counties in Area 3. The top 4 teams advanced to the State Envirothon in June. Harrison Central placed 5th, as State Alternates. So Proud of this team consisting of Captain: Peyton Roski, members Lindsay Heavilin, Rylie Carter, Kaitlyn Greer, Joseph Taylor and alternate Katarina Carman. Advisors Michelle Taylor and John Oliver. Assisted by Harrison County Soil and Water Conservation District - Kirsten Zwick and Caitlin Harris

Baseball Falls to Steubenville



On Wednesday, April 24, the baseball team traveled to Steubenville. Unfortunately, the team ended up losing 4-1.

- Angel Utter


Softball Splits with Bellaire



On Wednesday, April 24, the softball team traveled to Bellaire to go against the Big Reds. The junior varsity team lost 10-2, and the varsity team won 14-0.

- Meris Adams


Baseball Falls to Wheeling Central



The baseball team hosted the Wheeling Central Maroon Knights on Thursday, April 25. Unfortunately, the team was defeated with a final score of 5-1.

- Anthony Watkins


Junior High Track Buckeye 8 Championship



Thursday, April 25, the junior high track team went to St. Clairsville for their Buckeye 8 meet. The boys team placed 6th with 35 points, and the girls team placed 7th with 40 points.

- Mykel Quito


Softball Defeats Oak Glen


    The softball team traveled to Oak Glen on Thursday, April 25. The team came out on top, beating the Golden Bears 2-0.    

Positive Behavior


    Congratulations to our students for exemplifying positive behavior: Skylar Blake-Miller and Saige Anthony for her accountability.    

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, May 1
Baseball: Bellaire Home 5:00pm
Varsity Softball: Buckeye 8 Martins Ferry Home 5:00pm

Thursday, May 2
Baseball: Buckeye Local Home 5:00pm
Varsity Softball: Buckeye Local Away 5:00pm
JH Girls Track: OVAC at St. Clairsville 4:00pm
JH Boys Track: OVAC at St. Clairsville 4:00pm

Friday, May 3
Varsity Softball: Garaway Away 5:00pm

Saturday, May 4
Boys Varsity Track: OVAC at St. Clairsville 10:00am
Girls Varsity Track: OVAC at St. Clairsville 10:00am



So Many AR Stars!

    More and more students from Mrs. McAfee’s class are meeting their AR goals!    


Landyn met his 25 point goal by reading 64 books and over 34,000 words!



Bentlee met his 125 point goal by reading 267 books and over 140,000 words!



Abigail met her 75 point goal, reading 162 books and over 100,000 words!



Karysa met her 125 point goal! She has read 279 books and over 115,000 words!



Louie met his 75 point goal! He has read 185 books and over 86,000 words!



Joel met his 75 point goal, reading 152 books and over 120,000 words!



Daniel met his 50 point goal! He has read 107 books and over 63,000 words!


World Book Day!

    Second grade celebrated World Book Day on Tuesday, April 23rd. The kiddos dressed up as their favorite book characters! They did a ton of reading, discussed books, and took AR quizzes to celebrate!    


Sight Word Master!

    Congratulations to second grade student Connor Helms for mastering his sight word list!    


Positive Shoutout!

    These 6th grade students were awarded with positive behavior certificates. They included a younger student, Ramsey, in their game of football on the playground during the 6th grade state testing break. How amazing!


More Positive Shoutouts!

    Congratulations to those students who received a positive behavior report!    


Have an amazing week and, as always, Go Huskies!!!


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