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Huskies Talk Issue 7



Huskies Host Beavers for Homecoming

Friday, September 30, the Huskies hosted Beaver Local for their homecoming game. Before the game, the male class attendants and king candidates were introduced, where Taylor Cope was crowned the 2022 homecoming king. At halftime, the female class attendants and queen candidates were introduced, when Gracie Rogers was crowned the 2022 homecoming queen. As for the game, the Huskies unfortunately fell to the Beavers with a final score of 65-7. Thank you to everyone who helped make the homecoming game and festivities a success.

 - Kimberly Eikleberry 


Cross Country Runs at Cambridge

On Saturday, October 1, the cross country team ran in the Cambridge Invitational. For the boys, Sean Forrester’s time was 19:34.08, for 37th place, Aiden Hays’ time was 2:46.64, for 63rd place, Charles Garbrandt’s time was 20:55.86, for 67th place, and Bryce Wallace’s time was 22:24.83, for 90th place. As for the girls, Maddy Edwards’ time was 22:55.91, earning 23rd place, Gretchen Dulkoski’s time was 22:55.91, for 52nd place, and Jewelene Cunningham’s time was 28:09.31, for 69th place.

 - Kaleb Bethel 


Junior Varsity Football Falls To Beaver Local

On Saturday, October 1, the junior varsity football team played at Beaver Local and lost 48-14. Brady Hyre threw for 137 yards, one touchdown, and three interceptions, along with 18 rushing yards. Jacob Quito had 75 receiving yards, with one receiving touchdown. Chaz Culbertson had 52 receiving yards, with one receiving touchdown. Kayne Dunkle had one catch for 10 yards.

 - Chaz Culbertson 


Girls’ Soccer Falls to Carrollton

On Monday, October 3, the girls’ soccer team hosted the Carrollton Warriors. Before the game, the Huskies recognized their six seniors: Maddy Bender, Collette Downs, Hayden Elliott, Gracie Rogers, Lexi Smith, and Alina Williams. Unfortunately though, the Huskies fell to the Warriors with a final score of 6-0.

 - Maddy Bender 


Girls’ Volleyball Hosts Pink Out Game

OOn Monday, October 3, the girls’ volleyball team hosted their Volley for a Cure match at home against Steubenville Catholic Central. Proceeds raised from the match were donated to the Harrison County Cancer Crusaders. The junior varsity team won their match 2-1. The varsity team also won their match 3-0. Maddy Butler led the team with 34 digs, as well as Danica Rensi with 24 digs. Olivia Tonkivich had 35 assists throughout the game.

 - Leah Cottrell 


Junior High Volleyball Falls to Shamrocks

On Monday, October 3, the junior high volleyball team played their Pink Out game against the Barnesville Shamrocks. Unfortunately, both the 7th and 8th grade teams fell short, but great efforts were shown. The 7th grade team lost in three sets, while the 8th grade lost in two. Although both teams came out with a loss, the game was a great way to raise awareness and support for cancer.

 - Sophie Bland 


Boys’ Soccer Suffers Loss to Tusky Valley

On Wednesday, October 5, the boys’ soccer team hosted Tusky Valley, falling with a final score of 4-1. Lunis Hildebrant scored the lone goal, while Lorenzo Chiarpotto received the assist. Jaydis Yoho recorded 14 saves for the night.

 - Cooper Thompson 


Junior High Football Falls to the Jets

On Wednesday, October 5, the junior high football team hosted the Union Local Jets. Unfortunately, the Huskies fell with a final score of 56-6. Turner Synder scored the lone touchdown of the evening.

 - Khylii Keffer 


Junior High Volleyball Topples Over St. Clairsville

On Wednesday, October 5, the junior high volleyball team traveled to St. Clairsville to face the Red Devils. It was a good day for the Huskies, as both 7th and 8th grade teams rallied to defeat the Red Devils, two sets to zero.

- Servacio Lopez 


Volleyball Falls to Purple Riders

On Thursday, October 6, the varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams traveled to Martins Ferry. The varsity team unfortunately lost in three; 25-23, 18, 18. The Huskies led by Maddy Butler, with 25 digs and Olivia Tonkovich, with 25 assists. AnnMarie Corder recorded 9 kills, Nessa Culver had 7 digs, Nadia Tweedy had 6 kills, and Danica Rensi had 5 kills and 5 digs. The junior varsity fell 2-0.

 - Zoe Whipkey 


Girls’ Soccer Ties Indian Creek

On Thursday, October 6, the girls’ soccer team hosted Indian Creek. The game ended in a tie, with a score of 3-3. The Huskies had the advantage at halftime as they were up 2-1, however, both teams received opportunities to make penalty kicks after being fouled out in the box, putting the Huskies up once again, 3-2. Unfortunately, the Redskins got themselves an indirect kick, leading to the tying score.

 - Lexi Smith 


Boys’ Soccer Defeats Sandy Valley

On Thursday, October 6, the boys’ soccer team hosted Sandy Valley, winning with a final score of 5-1. Kaden Dunkle led the Huskies with two goals, while Jace Madzia, Lunis Hildebrandt, and Lorenzo Chiarpotto all recorded one goal.

 - Julian Reese 


Positive Behavior Awards

Congratulations to the following students for being awarded for their positive behavior: Lance Rupp for engagement in learning, Logan Johnson for kindness, and Mikayla Pelegreen for responsibility.


Upcoming Events

Monday, October 10
• 8th Grade Volleyball vs. Shadyside @ Bellaire 5:00 PM

Tuesday, October 11
• Varsity Volleyball at Dover 5:00 PM
• Boys’ Varsity Soccer vs. Beaver Local 7:00 PM

Wednesday, October 12
• 7th Grade Volleyball OPEN at Bellaire TBA
• Varsity Volleyball at Toronto 5:30 PM
• Junior High Football at Tuscarawas Central Catholic 6:00 PM
• Girls’ Varsity Soccer at Beaver Local 7:00 PM

Thursday, October 13
• Boys’ Varsity Soccer at Tuscarawas Valley 5:00 PM

Friday, October 14
• Varsity Football at Indian Creek 7:00 PM

Saturday, October 15
• Varsity Cross Country OVCCL at BUCKEYE LOCAL 9:00 AM
• Junior Varsity Football vs. Indian Creek 10:00 AM





T is for Tractor

Students in Miss A. Tipton’s kindergarten were studying the letter “T.” They made a tractor out of the letter “T.”


4th Grade Stem

4th grade Huskies were hard at work on their September Stem Projects. The challenge... What can you create using at least one unsharpened pencil? The students were very creative! Can’t wait to see what they can do next month!


High School Students Visit Kindergarten

Students from the high school French class visited Kindergarten. They read books that they wrote and illustrated.


Let’s Read Together

Mrs. Wetherell’s FLEX group visited and read to Mrs. Soos’ first grade class.


Special Visitors in Second

Second grade students had the opportunity to visit with certified therapy dogs in their classrooms this past week as an extension to their weekly reading story, “Tara and Tyree.” 



Hey, how ‘bout these Huskies! We want to give a special shout-out to the students pictured below for being recognized by their teachers.

Miss Johnson is pictured with Avaeh Lenevich.

 Ms. Bethel is pictured with Bethany Dagan.

 Ms. Utter is pictured above with Leon Cogar.

 Mrs. McAfee is pictured above with Callan Hollaway.


Upcoming Events

October 21
• End of 1st Nine Weeks

October 26
• Parent Teacher Conferences

October 24-28
• Red Ribbon Week

October 28
• Classroom Halloween Parties

October 31- November 4
• 3rd Grade Fall State Testing

November 2
• Parent Teacher Conferences



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