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!

Beowulf ……. By Paige Hilderbrand

The ELA 12 students in Ms. Dalesio’s class just finished reading the epic poem, Beowulf. They were each required to create a project that represented something from the story or the time period in which it took place. The students put so much effort into recreations of swords, monsters, mead halls, and more. The students really showed off their skills with these projects.

Senior Night for Girls’ Soccer

On Wednesday, September 20th, the girls’ soccer team held their annual senior night game at home versus the John Marshall Monarchs. The nine seniors honored at the game were Rachel Cooper, Livia Foust, Kelsey Lewis, Katie Scott, Ellie Talbott, Hannah Titi, Miah Thompson, Addy Trice, and Madelyn Yoho. The Lady Redskins won their last home game 8-4. Kelsey Lewis contributed three goals and three assists. Madelyn Yoho, Rileigh Gualtiere, Hannah Titi, Aiamyia Dudley, and Ashley Yaich each had a goal. Sloane Lewis had three assists and Yoho had one. Every senior had a great game and the girls’ record is now 8-3-1.

What Homecoming means to the band

The band was excited to support the two members who were on court, Carly Jo Laughery and Alexis Pethtel. The band prepared and played a special homecoming song at halftime while the queen, Alexis, was crowned. For most band members, Homecoming is the best time of the marching season because they all come together to support the “band queens” by wearing shirts and cheering them on at halftime!

Cross Country at Meadowbrook

On Saturday September 16, the Cross Country team attended the Colt Carnival at Meadowbrook. There were 161 girls in the high school race. Leia Hunt came in 15th place, Spencer Neville in 34th, Rachel Mazar in 51st, Paige Vantilburg in 84th, and Susie Rudolph in 90th. The team finished in 10th place overall. In the boys race ,there were 195 runners. Colin Brown came in 39th place and Brody Krantz in 134th. Great job to all of the athletes!

2017 Homecoming Court

Indian Creek High School’s Homecoming Court consists of seniors: Carly Jo Laughery, Rachel Cooper, Kelsey Lewis, Renee Antonelli, Alexis Pethtel, and Alyssa Campbell. One of these ladies will be crowned Homecoming Queen on Friday, September 15 when our football team plays Buckeye Local and the ladies are escorted across the field by their parents. Hope to see everyone there!

NHS Seniors Paint Parking Spots

This past weekend the seniors of Indian Creek’s National Honor Society put the finishing touches on their parking spaces in preparation for the start of the school year. This was a new idea proposed by this year’s officers in a meeting over the summer. The purpose of this is to reward the members for all of their hard work and dedication, and to act as an incentive for underclassmen to apply. Each senior got to pick out a space and personalize it however they wanted. A lot of creativity, time and effort were put in to produce these beautiful paintings that show the creative side of each member. Many exciting new things will be coming to the society this year, stay tuned!

Indian Creek Marching Band

The Indian Creek High School marching band has just recently completed another successful week of band camp at West Liberty University. The marching band worked extremely hard all week to have pregame and halftime performances ready for family, friends, and those Redskin football fans on Friday nights. So many memories are made each year. Head majorette and senior, Maria Martin, shared what her experience was like at her very last band camp; “My last year of band camp was emotional, exciting, and definitely the most memorable. I couldn’t have asked for a better class to start off my senior year with. I’ve come to realize they’re more than just my friends in band, they are my second family. I have gotten so close to everyone this year; it makes me appreciate being a part of the band even more. I am proud to be a member of the Indian Creek High School Band. It was also a huge honor to be the head majorette my last year. I am grateful for all the people who have helped me reach this accomplishment. I will never forget all the memories I have made with all these wonderful people at band camp this year. I am very excited to see what my senior year will bring and I will forever hold on to all the great times we’ve had together. My advice for the underclassmen who haven’t experienced their last band camp yet would be to look around and appreciate every moment because you’re gonna wish these times wouldn’t have gone by so fast and you will wanna go back. Band camp is a memory that will turn into a story someday.” The band is 155 members strong, and looking forward to another exciting season of football games, and band festivals. They hope to see everyone at the first football game at Cambridge on August 25!

Written by: Paige Hilderbrand, Editor-in-chief, Creek Speaks


The National Honor Society at ICHS held various fund-raisers throughout the semester to raise funds for The Cancer Dietary Initiative. This food pantry is located in Westminister Church in Steubenville and relies solely on donations. It helps people who are stricken with cancer, get proper nourishment that the donations provide.

The students work hard raising the money and then delivering the goods to the volunteers. This year, ICHS’s NHS raised over 200 dollars for the needed groceries.

Pictured from left to right: Kelsey Lewis, Addy Trice, Miracle Hunt, Chris Hyland, Paige Hilderbrand, Sydney Karas, and Danielle Gluzman.