Kelly Vetter and her husband, Teddy, spent more than 10 years trying for a baby before they had their daughter, Tiffany. Now, they are trying to grow their family through adoption of 1-year-old Mia, above. The family raised $1,400 to help with adoption expenses during a fundraiser at Harrison Bowl on Sunday, Sept. 30. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Harrison residents Kelly and Teddy Vetter have been married for 20 years, and Kelly said she was ready to be a mom from the moment she said “I do.”

But, for many years, the two had trouble conceiving a child. 

After nine years of marriage, Kelly finally got pregnant, only to suffer a miscarriage. 

QB Conner Kinnett passes in the win against Little Miami. The Wildcats’ running game, however, led the charge in the second half. The Cats had 20 carries for 145 yards. Sophomore Cam Hering did most of work, with 12 carries for 58 yards after halftime. His nine-yard touchdown run with 43 seconds remaining in the third quarter gave Harrison a 35-28 advantage. Photo by Sandy Minor

 

Harrison’s varsity football team got its signature victory Friday night, authored by a unit that has dealt with its share of adversity this season.

The Wildcats overcame a 14-0 first quarter deficit, outscoring previously undefeated Little Miami 42-14 the rest of the way in a 42-28 Homecoming victory. 

Harrison High School was named School of the Week Thursday, Oct. 4, by Local 12 and Duke Energy. The school received the honor in part due to sophomore Raileigh Legner right, who organized an Acceptance Week in the school district. The Duke Energy Foundation gave the school $1,000 which will go to the special education department. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Early in the morning on Thursday, Oct. 4, Local 12 news went live from the cafeteria of Harrison High School, celebrating the high school as “School of the Week.”

Seniors Logan Shultheis and Dominic Fiorino take first swings during Senior Night. Photo by Sandy Minor

 

Junior Makenna Williams put an exclamation point on her dominance of Southwest Ohio Conference play this season with a tense, come-from-behind victory Ross’s Marylynn Koons in the tournament finals Oct. 1.

Luke King controls the ball on Senior Night against Winton Woods. Photo by Sandy Minor

 

Harrison’s boys soccer, girls soccer and volleyball squads received their sectional tournament draws Oct. 7. Here’s a look at Wildcat first-round matchups:

McKenzie Mobley drives the ball in sectional play. Photo by Sandy Minor

 

“Deep bench” is a phrase more often associated with sports such as football and basketball, but Harrison’s varsity girls golf team utilized its program depth to defend its Southwest Ohio Conference championship.

Kelly Vetter and her husband, Teddy, spent more than 10 years trying for a baby before they had their daughter, Tiffany. Now, they are trying to grow their family through adoption of 1-year-old Mia, above. The family raised $1,400 to help with adoption expenses during a fundraiser at Harrison Bowl on Sunday, Sept. 30. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
QB Conner Kinnett passes in the win against Little Miami. The Wildcats’ running game, however, led the charge in the second half. The Cats had 20 carries for 145 yards. Sophomore Cam Hering did most of work, with 12 carries for 58 yards after halftime. His nine-yard touchdown run with 43 seconds remaining in the third quarter gave Harrison a 35-28 advantage. Photo by Sandy Minor
Harrison High School was named School of the Week Thursday, Oct. 4, by Local 12 and Duke Energy. The school received the honor in part due to sophomore Raileigh Legner right, who organized an Acceptance Week in the school district. The Duke Energy Foundation gave the school $1,000 which will go to the special education department. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Seniors Logan Shultheis and Dominic Fiorino take first swings during Senior Night. Photo by Sandy Minor
Luke King controls the ball on Senior Night against Winton Woods. Photo by Sandy Minor
McKenzie Mobley drives the ball in sectional play. Photo by Sandy Minor

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Kelly Vetter and her husband, Teddy, spent more than 10 years trying for a baby before they had their daughter, Tiffany. Now, they are trying to grow their family through adoption of 1-year-old Mia, above. The family raised $1,400 to help with adoption expenses during a fundraiser at Harrison Bowl on Sunday, Sept. 30. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Harrison residents Kelly and Teddy Vetter have been married for 20 years, and Kelly said she was ready to be a mom from the moment she said “I do.”