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Huskies Talk Issue 20


7th Grade Basketball Finishes Season



The 7th grade girls’ basketball team traveled to Bellaire, to play in their tournament, on Saturday, January 27. They had to go up against the Shadyside Lady Tigers. The girls ended their season, as they were defeated with a final score of 29-13. Good season ladies.

- Mayghyn Keffer


Bowling OVAC Runners-up



On Saturday, January 27, the high school bowling team traveled to Parkersburg to compete in the OVAC 4A and 5A Championships. Both the boys and girls were runners-up. Kobie Hennis received the 2024 OVAC Bowling Championship 4A Top Bowlers Award. Angel Utter finished in 3rd place in 5A for the girls top bowlers. Congratulations bowlers!

- Randee Hennis


Junior High Wrestling OVC Championships


  The junior high wrestling team participated in the OVC Championships on Saturday, January 27. The team placed 19th overall, out of 29 teams. Aiden Hensley was runner-up at 92lbs.  

Boys’ Basketball Falls in Buckeye 8 Championship



On Saturday, January 27, the boys’ basketball team traveled to Indian Creek, to play Martins Ferry, for Buckeye 8 Championship. Unfortunately, the team fell short with a final score of 59-49.

- Aniston Raber


Wrestling Peg Leg Shuffle


  The wrestling team traveled to Garaway on Saturday, January 27, to participate in the Peg Leg Shuffle. The Huskies had three first place finishers: Hunter Bittinger, Lucas Thomas, and Landen Thomas. We also had a fourth place finish, Vitto Parziale.  

Girls’ Basketball Falls to Weir



On Monday, January 29, the girls’ basketball teams traveled to Weirton. Unfortunately, both teams fell short. The junior varsity team lost with a score of 43-22 and the varsity team fell with a score of 77-54.

- Briana Williamson


Bowling Splits with East Liverpool


  The bowling team hosted East Liverpool on Monday, January 29. The boys’ were victorious 2076-1622. Top scorers were: Drew Culbertson - 167, Kyle Bake - 192 and 153, John Gray - 172 and 158, Chad Viers - 177 and 155, and Kobie Hennis -196 and 225. The girls’ feel short 1792-1555. Top scorers were: Madelyn Edwards - 119 and 160, Jaylie Byers - 128 and 155, Angel Utter - 173 and 149.  

Huskies Bowling Hosts Senior Night



On Tuesday, January 30, the bowling team played at home, at JR Lanes, against St. John Central, which was senior night. The varsity boys’ won with a score of 2109-1497. The boys' high individual scores were: Drew Calbertson, with 177, Kyle Bake with 167 and 172, Kobie Hennis with 235 and 202, and Chad Viers with 188 and 212. The varsity girls’ also won their game with a score of 1588-1361. The girls' high individuals were: Grace Cain with 142, Madelynn Edwards with 143, Sarah Zittman with 125, Danielle Drapp with 130, and Angel Utter with 164. At the end of the match, the senior girls and boys were recognized, which included: Grace Cain, Danielle Drapp, Madelynn Edwards, Sarah Zittman, John Gray, and Chad Viers.

- Angel Utter


Junior High Boys’ Basketball Defeats Bellaire


  The junior high boys’ basketball team traveled to Bellaire on Tuesday, January 30. Both teams were victorious. The 7th grade finished with a score of 41-36, while the 8th grade finished 38-37.  

Boys’ Basketball Falls to Martins Ferry



On Wednesday, January 31, the boys’ basketball team hosted Martins Ferry. The junior varsity won 49-43, in overtime. The varsity unfortunately fell, in overtime, 66-62.

- Mykel Quito


8th Grade Girls’ Basketball Finishes Season


  The 8th grade girls’ basketball team traveled to Bellaire, for their tournament, to take on Harding. Unfortunately, the girls finished their season, as they fell with a final score of 31-19.  

Girls’ Basketball Hosts Buckeye Trail



On Thursday, February 1, the girls’ basketball team hosted Buckeye Trail. The junior varsity fell short with a score of 36-18. The varsity team won a nail-biter, with a score of 42-40.

- Parker Hutton


Bowling Defeats Panthers


  The bowling team took on the Buckeye Local Panthers on Thursday, February 1. Both teams were victorious. The boys won 1760-1555, while the girls won 1573-1527.  

Academic Challenge Falls to Indian Creek


  On Thursday, February 1, the academic challenge team traveled to Indian Creek. Unfortunately, both the junior varsity and varsity teams were defeated. The junior varsity fell 28-27, 25-22, and 29-29. The varsity was defeated 32-27, 42-25, and 43-34.  

Positive Behavior


  Congratulations to Andrew Cook for demonstrating honesty, and Grayson Elliott for demonstrating responsibility. Keep up the good work!  

February - Passion First Mindset

  The Passion First Mindset teaches us that we are all unique expressions of human existence. It’s vital to find out what our individual strengths and talents are so that we might connect them with our goals and visions for the future. In this mindset, we should work to understand our own unique gifts, our skills and strengths, and how to share them with the world to the maximum extent possible. Think about the person you want to be and reflect that image through everything you do.  

Upcoming Events

Monday, February 5
Girls Varsity Basketball: Catholic Central Home 6:00pm
JV Girls Basketball: Catholic Central Home 6:00pm

Tuesday, February 6
Boys Varsity Basketball: Beaver Local Home 6:00pm
JV Boys Basketball: Beaver Local Home 6:00pm

Thursday, February 8
Academic Challenge: Buckeye Local Away 5:00pm
7th Grade Boys Basketball: Shenandoah Away 6:00pm (Union Local MS)
8th Grade Boys Basketball: Martins Ferry Away 7:15pm (Union Local HS)

Friday, February 9
Girls JV Bowling: EOBL JV Tournament

Saturday, February 10
Wrestling: Buckeye 8 Championships Away 10:00am (Cambridge HS)
Boys Varsity Basketball: OVAC



Art, art, and more art!

  Mrs. V’s students have been busy! Here are some wet felted projects, and printmaking as well as negative and positive space while making Valentine Cards for the elderly!  


Students of the Month!


Congratulations to those students chosen as Student of the Month for January!

Preschool: Lincoln Machovina and Amarie Hodkinson
Kindergarten: Ben Knight and Maverick Chesla
FIrst grade: Olivia Skinner and Ryker Crawshaw
Second grade: Geneva Jones and Tucker Dulkoski
Third grade: Delia Brock and Azarah Stull
Fourth grade: Brihtyn Ash and Kohen Cubberly
Fifth Grade: Landon Coffman and Kaydee Sobleski
Sixth grade: Rayne Miller and John Coverdale



Book Machine Fun!

  Here are some snaps of Students of the Month, along with other students who were recognized on the bus, in the cafeteria, and other places as doing things the Huskies Way! They were rewarded by getting to choose a book from the book machine!  




Sixth Grade Authors

  Sixth grade enrichment students wrote books, illustrated, and presented them to different classes. Here are some snaps of Emeri, Daylee, Lynden and Bailey!  


100 Days of School!

  Here are some snaps of our students celebrating the 100th day of school!  


Job Shadowing!

  Danica Rensi started her job shadowing in Mrs. McAfee’s second grade class! The kids loved her and can’t wait to have her back!  


Happy Birthday Mrs. Carpenter!

  Mrs. Carpenter celebrated her birthday with her students!  


Upcoming Events


February 19 - Presidents' Day: no classes
February 22 - Parent-Teacher Conferences
February 27 - Parent-Teacher Conferences

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


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