HNHS football faces off against East Noble Sept. 4

Making his way through his East Noble opponents is Huntington North High School football player Aden Dennis. The Vikings hosted East Noble on Friday, Sept. 4, ultimately falling to their oppenents with a score of 28-21. The Vikings will travel to Columbia City to face off against the Eagles on Friday, Sept. 11.
Photo by Katelynn Farley.

The Huntington North High School Vikings faced off against the East Noble Knights on Friday, Sept. 4, falling to their opponents 21-28.

East Noble led the Vikings for the majority of the game, scoring their first touchdown with three minutes left to go in the first quarter. It was during the third quarter that the Vikings’ scoring abilities came into action. Junior Zach Hubartt put the Vikings on the board with an impressive 82-yard touchdown with just under five minutes left in the third quarter.

HN girls’ golf hosts Norwell

The Huntington North High School girls’ golf team hosted Norwell High School for an NE8 match on Thursday, Sept. 3, winning 178-188.

Grace Dill lead HNHS with a score of 39, followed by Megan Stephan with a 43, Josie Eckert with a 46, Alex Hoch with a 50 and Carley Roth with a non-scoring 51.

This brings the girls’ golf team record to 10-4, with a 5-1 record in NE8 play.

Senior night performance

Photo by Katelynn Farley.

Performing during half-time of Huntington North High School’s senior night football game are members of the Huntington North band and color guard. Senior night was held on Friday, Sept. 4 for members of the football players and managers, cheerleaders, cross-country runners, band members and color guard members.

HNHS girl’s varsity soccer earns another shutout

Gaining control over the ball at the Thursday, Sept. 3, girl’s varsity soccer game is Huntington North High School  senior Addy Wiley. The girls’ varsity soccer team won 2-0 against their Manchester opponents that evening.
Photo by Katelynn Farley.

The Huntington North High School girls’ varsity soccer team had a shutout at home, this time against Manchester High School on Thursday, Sept. 3.

The Lady Vikings scored two goals on the Squires. Goals were made by Addy Wiley and Skylar Olson, with assists by Addy Wiley and Lara Steele. Shutout in goal was made by Maddie Husband.

Moving the ball

Photo by Katelynn Farley.

Moving the ball away from her opponents is senior Huntington North High School soccer player Adalyn Harvey. The Lady Vikings matched up against Manchester High School for senior night on Thursday, Sept. 3, coming away with a 2-0 win.

HNHS boys’ varsity tennis defeats DeKalb Sept. 3

The Huntington North High School boys’ tennis team traveled to DeKalb High School on Thursday, Sept. 3, seeing some tough competition while there.

Vikings singles player Chase Mickley won over opponent Owen Holwerda, with set scores of 7-5 and 6-4. Carson Kitchen and Jacob Daugherty were both defeated by their DeKalb opponents. Kitchen fell in three sets, with scores of 7-5, 6-3 and 11-9. Daugherty fell with set scores of 6-3.

Day at the lake

Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

A young girl takes a break from biking to soak in the tranquil scene at Salamonie Lake Reservoir on Saturday, Sept. 5.

Voices of Veterans to perform concert on Facebook Live, Saturday, Sept. 12

Voices of Veterans will perform in a live Facebook concert event on Saturday, Sept. 12, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Formed in 2016, Voices of Vets provides free live music by professional musicians to veteran homes across America. With the onset of COVID-19, veterans are on lockdown and many cannot leave their homes. LiveVoices of Vets is seeking assistance to help fund the purchase of digital devices like iPads and tablets to donate to veterans homes so that veterans may have access to livestream concerts and other virtual experiences while maintaining social distancing practices.

Flu shots available to the public at Senior Center on Thursday, Sept. 24

Walgreens pharmacists will be on hand to administer flu shots at the Senior Center, located at 500 MacGahan St., on Thursday, Sept. 24.

The shots will be available to the public from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Seniors are especially encouraged to participate in the program. Those who have Medicare or Medicaid cards may bring their cards with them when they get their flu shot and Walgreens will process charges.

Medical equipment available on loan from Huntington County Senior Ctr.

The Senior Center has several pieces of medical equipment available for loan.

There are wheelchairs, walkers, commodes and shower chairs available. Wheelchairs are available for a small deposit fee. If a wheelchair is not returned by the end of the three-month agreement, the desposit will be forfeited.

The Senior Center policy is to loan for three months at a time. Renewals are accepted with a phone call and there is no charge. On the fifth and subsequent months, a small rental fee will be assessed.


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