Due to the weather, soccer will be canceled for Harrison after school today.
The B team lost in a hard-fought battle against Lincoln Tuesday night. The final scores were 10-15 and 8-15. They were led by Chloe Boggs with 7 points and 3 aces and Larissa Beverly with 2 points.
The A team won in three games. They lost the first one 16-21, but came back with awesome serves and won the next two 21-13 and 21-13. They were led by Evyn Mangun with 13 points and 8 aces; Jordyn Beverly with 9 points and 4 aces; Lorelle Perry with 5 points and 5 aces; Trinity Backus with 4 points and 3 aces; and Delanie Dubbs with 4 points and 1 ace. Great job Huskies!!!
The next match is Monday, September 8th at Harrison against Sacred Heart. Go Huskies!
September 2, 2014
The Husky Soccer Team squared off with the Lincoln Lions yesterday afternoon. It did not take the Huskies long to score as Brandon Lopez took a direct kick from near midfield and buried it in the back of the Lincoln net. Two minutes later, Ashton Wade flipped a pass to Ross Rapsavage who scored the second goal in the first five minutes of the match. The fourth goal of the match was an amazing shot by Sergio Enciso-Rosales. He called upon to take a direct kick placed deep in the corner of the Lincoln end of the field. Sergio curved his shot over the outstretched arms of the Lincoln goalkeeper and banked it off the inside edge of the far post. Levi Perry was charging the goal to make sure the shot found the net.
Picture day is this Friday, September 5th, for all students at Harrison Elementary. There are 2 ways you can pay. Your student can bring the picture form to school to hand in or you can order pictures on-line. The link to order on-line is:
If you have any questions you can contact Blosser's Studio at 574-267-5400. Thank you!
Times-Union Staff Writer
Students and staff at Harrison Elementary School met 24 students and three teachers from their Chinese sister school Thursday morning during assembly.
The guests are from Shengli Primary School in Hangzhou (Indianapolis’ sister city), the capital of Zhejiang Province (Indiana’s sister state) in China, according to Chinese Education Connection LLC Director of Operation Phil Boley. Indiana Governor Robert Orr began the sister-state relationship with Zhejiang in 1987.