Huskies Defeat Mustangs 36-18
On Friday, August 19, the varsity football team played at Claymont, defeating the Mustangs 26-18. Mykel Quito scored four touchdowns, running for 118 yards and caught two passes for 82 yards. Tre Rex also had a 54-yard reception and Clayton Vermillion a 47 yard reception. Hayden Cassidy ran for 201 yards, Parker Hutton a 20-yard catch and Jace Madzia had a 32-yard field goal.
- Emma Tuttle
Junior Varsity Football Falls to Claymont in Close Game
On Saturday, August 20, the junior varsity football team lost in a close 22-18 battle against Claymont. Nico Wurschum led the Huskies with two touchdowns and 75 rushing yards. Brady Hyre rushed for 38 yards and one touchdown. Chaz Culbertson had one reception for 23 yards, and Beau Rinkes rushed for 42 yards.
- Chaz Culbertson
Girls’ Soccer Team Falls to Catholic Central
On Saturday, August 20, the girls’ soccer team traveled to Steubenville Catholic Central. The team went in with their heads high hoping to break the three year tying streak. The teams were tied towards the end of the game, but the Huskies unfortunately lost 4-3. Angi Ferri finished the game with a hat trick, scoring all 3 goals.
- Maddy Bender
Huskies Volleyball Falls to Red Knights
On Monday, August 22, the varsity volleyball team lost to the Toronto Red Knights. The Red Knights won in three sets; 25-20, 25-17, 25-15. The junior varsity team lost in two sets. Although the teams did not come out victorious, there was great effort shown.
- Nadia Tweedy
Wheeling Hospital Presents at Athletic Council Meeting
At the Athletic Council Meeting, where all coaches are required to attend, Profesional Development was put on by WVU Wheeling Hospital in the Harrison Central auditorium.
- Khylii Keffer
Varsity Volleyball Defeats Buckeye Local
Girls volleyball played away at Buckeye Local on Tuesday, August 23. The varsity team defeated Buckeye Local in four sets. During the game Maddy Butler had 32 digs, as well Danica Rensi with 17 digs. Unfortunately, the junior varsity team lost their match. Congratulations to the girls varsity volleyball team with their first win.
- Leah Cottrell
Golf Hosts Match with East Liverpool and Meadowbrook
The golf team shot a team total of 195 on Tuesday, August 23. Nash Roberts shot a low score of 44, Heath Clay and Ocean Rogers shot a 50, and Kaily Banal shot a 51. Meadowbrook won the match shooting a 178.
- Haley Dunlap
Boys’ Soccer Loses Close Game
On Tuesday, August 23, the boys soccer team ended in a tough loss with a ending score of 2-1. Jace Madzia had the only goal and multiple shots on goal. Dean Forrester assisted Jace Madzia’s goal. Jaydis Yoho had 8 goalie saves.
- Cooper Thompson
Junior High Football Falls to Buckeye Local
The junior high football team lost their season opener on Wednesday, August 24, 40-0 against a talented Buckeye Local team. Although the Huskies dealt with many turnovers and missed tackles, they never stopped fighting and played very hard throughout the whole game. They look to improve and rebound when they travel to Edison for their next game.
- Kendra DeWees
Girls Soccer Defeats Cambridge in Home Opener
On Thursday, August 25, the girls’ soccer team kicked off their first home game with a win against the Cambridge Bobcats. Overall, the game consisted of three goals coming off the feet of #16 Angi Ferri (pictured above), and one goal coming off the Bobcats’ #14. After being tied 1-1 at halftime, the Lady Huskies brought the intensity in the second quarter, despite losing a starter mid-game to an injury, and conquered Cambridge!
- Lexi Smith
Boys’ Soccer Defeats Caldwell
On Thursday, August 25, the boys’ soccer team traveled to Caldwell for their 3rd game of the season. Jace Madzia and Lunis Hildebrandt both scored a goal in the 2nd half of the game, making it 2-1. Jaydis Yoho had 12 saves for the game. The Huskies kept their lead for the rest of the 2nd half and finished the game 2-1.
- Angi Ferri
Varsity Volleyball Defeats Indian Creek
On Thursday, August 25, the volleyball team hosted Indian Creek. The varsity team won in five sets; 25-21,25-18,23-25,24-26,15-12. The Huskies were led by Maddy Butler with 49 digs, Olivia Tonkovich with 27 assists and 10 digs, Danica Rensi with 18 digs and 7 kills, AnnMarie Corder with 9 kills and 5 digs, Trista Thompson with 7 digs and 6 kills, and Nadia Tweedy with 6 kills. Unfortunately, the junior varsity team lost in three sets.
- Zoe Whipkey
Back to School Rally
On August 11, Harrison Central hosted a back to school rally in preparation for the upcoming school year. The event lasted from 3:00PM to 5:00 PM, and was held at the Stephenson Center. Local businesses set up stands and handed out free school supplies, while there were blowups and snacks provided as well.
- Gretchen Baker
Huskies Host Open House
On Friday, August 19, students were welcomed back to school during the open house. Students in elementary through high school were introduced to their new teachers and shown their new classes for this upcoming year.
- Sophie Bland
Jefferson County ESC
On Friday, August 19, the Jefferson County Educational Service Center visited Harrison Central, introducing the Ohio Rise Program. The program is a specialized care program for the youth with multisystem needs and complex behavioral health.
- Kaylee Sandy
Teacher and Administration Led Professional Development
Teachers and administration led professional development learning sessions on teacher in-service day.
- Kaleb Bethel
Staff Enjoys Ice Cream Island
On Friday, August 19, Harrison Central staff was treated with ice cream from the Ice Cream Island truck to celebrate the start of a new school year.
- Ember Davenport
School Resource Officer Addition
We are excited to welcome our additional School Resource Officer to the team, Deputy Smokey Thomas! Harrison Central is proud to partner with local law enforcement in comprehensive school security!
Husky Dogs New Press Box
The Press box is a high and new box. With the open windowed and big open room, teachers can sit inside upstairs with Announcers in the box. The bathrooms are on the right side with the concession stand on the left. Leaving the Press box new and improved.
- Kimberly Eikleberry
Monday, August 29
• Girls Junior High Volleyball vs. St. Clairsville 5:30 PM
• Girls Varsity Volleyball at East Liverpool High School 5:30 PM
• Girls Varsity Soccer vs. River View High School 7:00 PM
Tuesday, August 30
• Boys Varsity Golf Buckeye 8 (2nd 18) 8:30 AM
Wednesday, August 31
• Boys Varsity Golf at Steubenville High School 3:30 PM
• Coed Varsity Cross Country at EAST CANTON INVITE 4:30 PM
• Girls Junior High Volleyball vs. Buckeye Local High School 5:30 PM
• Boys Junior High Football at Richmond Edison Jr./Sr. HS 6:00 PM
Thursday, September 1
• Boys Varsity Golf vs. Steubenville CC & Toronto 3:30 PM
• Girls Junior High Volleyball vs. Richmond Edison Jr./Sr. HS 5:30 PM
• Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Richmond Edison Jr./Sr. HS 5:30 PM
• Girls Varsity Soccer at Richmond Edison Jr./Sr. HS 6:00 PM
• Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Monroe Central High School 6:00 PM
Friday, September 2
• Boys Varsity Football vs. Perry Traditional Academy 7:00 PM
Saturday, September 3
• Coed Varsity Cross Country st Newcomerstown Invite 8:30 AM
• Boys Junior Varsity Football st Toronto High School 10:00 AM
• Girls Junior High Volleyball vs. Union Local High School 11:00 AM