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Huskies Talk Issue 23

Athletics Facilities Updates

Harrison Central had grand openings for both the renovated Mazeroski Boys’ Field and the new Harrison Central Girls’ Softball Field. What great complexes both are and will add to the great Huskies’ programs for years!

Board of Education Updates

The Board of Education met on March 31st. and recognized the cast, crew, and directors for their outstanding performance of the Beauty and the Beast. Great Job!

The Board of Education also recognized Aleyna Runevich for her state bowling achievement of 29th. out of 207 female bowlers. Congratulations!

District Leadership Team

The District Leadership Team meeting was held on March 30, 2022, during which the team collaborated on student progress, professional learning and introducing this content to Building Leadership Team meetings, the Business Advisory Social evening, and coming together in planning through the process outlined by the State of Ohio

Distinguished Service Award

Congratulations to Athletic Director Ray Hibbs on being given the Ohio Athletic Association’s Distinguished Service Award.

Treasurer's Updates

Mrs. Harding district treasurer participated in a construction webinar through OASBO and a state funding webinar through K-12 Forecasting. Valuable information gained for procedures and changes in funding that will impact the district.

Mrs. Thompson worked with OMERESA and the migration to the new state software program for inventory was completed.

Mrs. Harding was in communication with Ohio School Plans concerning coverage and the upcoming renewal application for the district.



French Field Trip

On Thursday, March 24, Mrs. Wood took her French classes II and III to visit Paris 66 bistro in Pittsburgh. Students enjoyed an authentic French meal along with the proprietor of the restaurant who was born and raised in Paris. Everyone had an enjoyable time and the weather was perfect. They even got to experience some of Pittsburgh’s interesting characters as we walked along the streets.

 - Emily Davis

Varsity Track Competes in First Meet

On Saturday, March 26, thirteen schools joined our Harrison Central Varsity Track team at the Steubenville Early Bird Invitational. Beginning at 9:30am, all field events occurred, resulting in Grayden Sproull getting third place in discus and Hunter Boals placing fifth in shotput. As for the girls, Danica Rensi placed second in high jump. Later on, at 10:00am, all running events had taken place. Throughout this time, Julena Kovacik placed fourth in the 100 hurdles, Gretchin Dulkoski placed fourth in the 3200-meter race, and Nadia Tweedy placed third in the 400-meter run. The girls also won fourth place in the 4x400 and fifth place in the 4x800. Overall, both the boys and girls teams did an amazing job at their first track meet, even in the freezing weather.

- TyLynn Smith

District 5 All-Star Game

On Sunday, March 27, Harrison Central hosted the boys’ and girls’ District 5 All-Star Games. We had one player on each team for boys and girls. McKayla Dunkle played in the Girls’ All-Star Game, where she was named the East MVP, and Jonathan Vermillion played in the Boys’ All-Star Game. Congratulations to both athletes on a successful career!

 - Angi Ferri

Junior High Track Competes in First Meet

On Saturday, March 26, the junior high track team competed in the Bellaire Invite, which was held at Shadyside. Everyone did well overall, considering the weather conditions and it being the first meet of the year. The boys team did exceptionally well, as they came home with 1st Place, congratulations!

 - Gretchin Dulkoski

Softball Falls to Garaway

On Thursday, March 29, the softball team played at home against Garaway. Unfortunately, the game ended with a score of 5-0, Garaway.

 - Jaida Barber

Boys’ Varsity Baseball Conquers Shenandoah

On Tuesday, March 29, the varsity baseball team played a double header on the newly renovated Mazeroski Field. In the first game against Shenandoah, the final score was 8-0 with the Huskies taking the win. The second game, the Huskies took another win with the score being 10-4. An opening ceremony for the new field was held before the game.

 - Skyelar Goldsborough

Girls’ Varsity Softball Defeats Buckeye Local

On Wednesday, March 30, the varsity softball team traveled to Buckeye Local. The Huskies took home a win with a final score of 10-1. Congratulations girls!

 - Kaily Banal

Junior Varsity Baseball Falls to Edison

On Wednesday, March 30, the junior varsity baseball team played Edison, at home, for their first game of the season. They unfortunately fell to the Wildcats, 13-3.

 - Aubrey Wood

Softball Defeats Buckeye Trail

On Thursday, March 31, both the varsity and junior varsity softball teams hosted Buckeye Trail. The varsity team started really strong with 5 runs in the first inning. They continued to have multiple hits. Tristen Kovarik’s pitching was phenomenal. The team had bases loaded twice but got the 3rd out and held Buckeye Trial from scoring any runs. Sarah Touville, Olivia Tonkovich, and Jenna Young had 2 double plays throughout the game. Overall, it was a great game and ended with the final score 8-0, Huskies. The junior varsity unfortunately lost with a final score of 14-8.

 - Jessica Waid

Junior High Track Hosts Meet

On Wednesday, March 30, the junior high track team hosted a quad against St. Clairsville, Martins Ferry, and Claymont. The first home meet of the season was a hit, bringing in a huge crowd! All of the Huskies athletes achieved their personal best at the home meet. The boys team won the quad by 12.5 points. Although the girls came up short in the meet, they all did well, with achieving their personal best.

 - Shyloh Utter

Junior Varsity Baseball Ties with Barnesville

On Thursday, March 31, Harrison Central Junior Varsity baseball played at home against Barnesville. Due to the time, the game ended in a tie of 10-10. Both teams played a good game.

 - Madison Angle

Hibbs Receives Athletic Director Award

Congratulations to Mr. Raymond Hibbs on receiving the 2022 Eastern Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Distinguished Service Award! This award is given to an Athletic Director based on years of service, special accomplishments, and contributions to their school, the East District and to the state associations. Congratulations again Mr. Hibbs, thanks for all of your hard work.

 - Peyton Roski

Upcoming Events

Monday, April 4
• Boys Varsity Baseball vs East Liverpool 5:00 PM
• Girls Varsity Softball vs East Liverpool 5:00 PM
• Boys Junior Varsity Baseball @ Barnesville 5:00 PM
• Junior High Track @ Edison 4:20 PM

Tuesday, April 5
• Girls Varsity Softball @ St. Clairsville 5:00 PM
• Varsity Track @ Edison 4:30 PM
• Boys Junior Varsity Baseball @ Indian Creek 5:00 PM

Wednesday, April 6
• Boys Varsity Baseball vs Beaver Local 5:00 PM
• Girls Varsity Softball vs Beaver Local 5:00 PM

Thursday, April 7
• Boys Varsity Baseball vs Steubenville 5:00 PM
• Boys Junior Varsity Baseball @ Steubenville 5:00 PM
• Junior High Track OPEN 4:30 PM

Friday, April 8
• Boys Varsity Baseball @ Beaver Local 5:00 PM
• Girls Varsity Softball @ Beaver Local 5:00 PM
• Varsity Track OPEN @ St. Clairsville 4:00 PM

Saturday, April 9
• Girls Varsity Softball vs Bellaire 12:30 PM
• Junior High Track @ Barnesville 9:30 AM



Eggcellent Work, 4th Grade

Fourth grade participated in an egg drop this week. Catie Romshak, 4H educator for Harrison County, is helping us with our egg hatching project. Students have learned the parts of the egg and have been scientists and now engineers.

Beelieve in Yourself

It’s test time for grades 3-6!

Field Trip Fun

Sixth grade took a field trip to the FFA Camp Muskingum for 2 days of outdoor learning. Students learned about the Energy Cycle in nature, composting, and conservation. The students also went hiking, and made crafts out of items found in the natural world.

AR Achiever

Congratulations to Joey Cunningham for reaching his AR goal for the 3rd nine weeks.

Science Fun in Fourth

Fourth graders are discussing the buoyancy of an egg soaked in vinegar vs an egg soaked in vinegar and syrup. They also participated in an activity for Veggie U. The students tried a variety of veggies, some they never had before.

Upcoming Events

April 14-18
• Spring Break, No School

Tuesday, April 19
• Classes Resume

Wednesday, April 20
• Math State Testing Begins

Wednesday, April 27
• 5th Grade Science State Testing Begins



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