NHS Halloween Milkshake Sale

Today, the National Honor Society held their annual Halloween Milkshake Sale! The members dressed up in costumes to make and sell delicious milkshakes for $2. The sale was a success as always!

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Indian Creek sweeps Cheer for a Cure Competition

On Saturday October 27, the ICHS competition cheering squad competed at the” Cheer for a Cure “competition at Buckeye Local High School. This competition raises money for breast cancer awareness. The girls competed against Catholic Central, Toronto, Dover, and Harrison Central. The ladies of Indian Creek took home first place and judges’ pick, making this the third consecutive year of winning this competition. The girls from the middle school also won the middle school division.

ELA 12 goes on Chaucerian Pilgrimages

Ms. Dalesio’s ELA 12 classes have been studying Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales”. The students were assigned a group project to write a poem about their own pilgrim, and then to take the class on a pilgrimage that their pilgrim might have gone on. The students had creative and fun ideas such as impersonations of teachers, bakers, and hippies. This was a fun way for the students to get creative and channel the writing styles of Geoffrey Chaucer.                          By: Paige Hilderbrand

Get Your Game On

CheerBand on fieldFootball team

GET YOUR GAME ON!

The last game for the Redskins will be Thursday, October 26, 2017.  They will be playing against the Edison Wildcats.  The last game is always with this team; they are our “rivals.”  It is important that the Redskins play very competitively; it is the game of the week!  It is bound to get a lot of attention.  In order to hype up the team, a pep rally will be held on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, at 6:00 P.M.  Please come out and support the Redskins at both events.  Scream with the cheerleaders, sing with the band, and cheer on the football team.

GO CREEK!

By: Hanna Williams

Senior Night for the Band

Senior night was on Friday, October 13. The band played their first show from our seniors’s freshman year, with songs including Pompeii, Timber, and Love Me Again. Once the game was over, the band seniors enjoyed one last walk across the football field. Senior night is a very special time for the band to come together and celebrate the seniors, and for the seniors to celebrate their time in band.

Thomas Jefferson Band Festival

On Saturday October 7, the ICHS marching band attended the Thomas Jefferson Band Festival. They were joined by several other high school marching bands. The band performed a great show including; “That’s What I Like”, “Handclap”, “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”, and “Feel Invincible”. Band festivals are a great opportunity for the band to experience some great performances from other schools. By Linsey Flinn.

PLEASE VOTE ……. YES!!!!!!!!!!

On Tuesday, October 10, students, staff, and community members volunteered to stuff mailers with ballot information. This bond issue is to renovate Hills Elementary, replace Wintersville Elementary, and replace Indian Creek High School. This will be voted on during the General Election on November 7, 2017. It is very important that the community is educated. Mine Plus Nine starts tomorrow! Please stop by Crossroads Church to make your “I will contact list” and pick up your yard sign! Please encourage your co-workers, friends, and family to do the same.

By: Carly Jo Laughery

 

All Band Night….. By Linsey Flinn

The Indian Creek High School Band will be having their annual “All Band Night” event at pregame on Oct.6th. The 6th, 7th, and 8th grade bands will be joining the high schoolers on the field at pregame where they will be playing “Apache”. There will be a total of 307 band members present on the field! All Band Night is a great way to get the younger kids involved, and excited about being in band in high school.

Cambridge Invitational

On Saturday September 30, the Cross Country team participated in the Cambridge Invitational. The large school high school girls’ race had 139 girls participate. Leia Hunt got 34th, Spencer Neville in 40th, Paige Vantillburg 80th and Susie Rudolph in 97th. The large school high school boys’ race has 134 boys participate. Colin Brown came in 44th, Brody Krantz got 114th, and Trenton Palmer in 117th. Great job to all of the athletes.

By Spencer Neville

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It’s the start of October, which means a lot of things. Halloween might come to mind, but more importantly, it is Breast Cancer Awareness month. The football game this week is against Martins Ferry. The theme is “pink out” in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. So, be sure to come out and support our Redskins and tackle breast cancer!