2020 Fall Sports Recap
The Lady Stallions 7th grade volleyball team had an outstanding season with a 16-1 regular season record. The team’s only loss came on the road against New Philadelphia. The Lady Stallions 7th grade entered the Bellaire Tournament as the number one seed. After winning their opening round game against St. Clairsville, the team would eventually get upset in the second round by Martins Ferry, ending their amazing season. The coaches want to wish the 7th grade girls the best of luck in their Winter athletic season and cannot wait to have them back next year as 8th graders.
The Lady Stallions 8th grade volleyball team finished the 2020 season with a winning record of 9-8. The team battled hard all year long, losing most of their games in 3 sets by only a few points. The team stuck together throughout the year continuing to motivate and pick one another up, displaying true teamwork and companionship. The 8th grade girls won their first game of the Bellaire Tournament defeating Martins Ferry. In the second round however, they were defeated by a very tough Barnesville team. The coaches want to thank the 8th grade ladies for their leadership and hard work, as well as wishing them the best of luck the remainder of the year.
The 2020 Harding Stallion football teams worked hard and were dedicated to their teammates and coaches through this trying season. The coaches would like to thank every player for their commitment and competitive energy. The 7th grade team finished the season with a record of 4-2. They had wins over New Philly, Dover, St. Clairsville, and Cambridge. The 8th grade team finished the season undefeated with a record of 7-0. They had wins over Indian Valley, New Philly, Dover, St. Clairsville, Cambridge, Beaver Local, and Austintown Fitch. The future is bright for these classes and we look forward to watching you in the upcoming years. ROLL RED
What an amazing Cross Country season for Harding Middle School. This year the team consisted of 5 very dedicated ladies: Taylor Moss, Aubrey Dugan, Sarah Ostovich, Aubree Henry and Kinsey Tucker.
Overall the team participated in 5 meets. Each meet the competition became more intense and so did the girls. Each girl pushed themselves and their teammates to reach a speed or time they initially thought was out of their reach.
The team placed first at 3 invitationals and had 2 second place finishes at the other invitationals.
Congratulations to the girls and we hope you continue to be the best you can be. Good Luck the remainder of the year in all you do.