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Don’t Save the Noise for the Stadium – Summer Survey

In order to communicate better with you as our fans, parents, student athletes, etc, we developed a survey to gather your feedback on how you currently use our website and how you would like to see our website grow in the future! Thanks for helping Hartland athletics advance to the next level:

Hartland Physical Day

HARTLAND ATHLETIC PHYSICALS THURSDAY, August 4 th , 2016 3:00p.m. – 5:30p.m. Hartland High School Main Gym COST: $25.00 Proceeds go to Hartland Athletics. Please bring filled out physical form. SERVICES DONATED BY: Hartland Family Physicians Dr. Mark Kopel D.O. Christine Kopel P.A.C. DMC Dr. Todd Frush M.D. ATI Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Jouni […]

Summer Work Out Schedule

Hartland Eagles Summer Work Out Schedule: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday starting on June 13th and concluding when school starts. There will be NO workouts during the MHSAA Summer Dead Week which is July 4th-8, 2016.  These workouts are designed for ALL Hartland Athletes in any sport 9th-12th grade.  We know every Hartland Athlete can benefit from this program and Chez will […]

Summer Office Hours

Please take note of the Hartland Athletic Department’s Summer Hours Below: June 13th – June 30th, 2016 7:30am – 3:30pm (Monday-Friday)  July 6th – August 12th 7:00am – 4:00pm (Monday – Thursday, closed on Fridays) August 15th to the start of school 8:00am – 4:00pm (Monday- Friday) Thank you for a great year and have […]

Pom Achievements

Three Hartland seniors,  Amanda Stead, Cailey Jezierski, and Natalie Carson all made the Mid-American All Star Pom team.  They will be in the Thanksgiving Day Parade and are invited to perform at the Orange bowl this year. Congratulations Ladies!

31 Hartland Eagles will play at the collegiate level

Summer is now in FULL SWING and we would like to say a last farewell and good luck to our Class of 2016 as 31 of them move on to play at the collegiate level (which has got to be a county high).  They will forever and always BE A HARTLAND EAGLE!  Hope to see […]

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Guiding Parents Through the Recruiting Process Founder and President Andy Beal offers his insights on how parents can take the lead in helping their athletes get noticed and land scholarship money. Direct Link to the complete article HERE By Andy Beal Since starting MaxPreps over a decade ago, I have frequently been asked by parents of high school athletes […]

What is your Summer Recruiting Plan?

What is your summer athletic recruiting plan?  Summer athletic recruiting plan /by Varsityedge The summer can be one of the most important times in the athletic recruiting process. It is a time when college coaches are free to recruit and high school athletes are free to visit colleges and play in different athletic venues that […]

Hartland Alumni Bryce Messner competes in Michigan Open

Anthony Odoardi, Livingston Daily The last time Livingston County had seen Bryce Messner, he was a senior on the Hartland boys golf team helping the Eagles to a their second-best finish at the Division 1 state meet in school history. Last week, with a some new hardware to display, Messner was back competing close by, this time in […]

All-County Boys Swim announced

Better late than never…the Livingston Daily finally announced the All County list for Boys HS Swim and we have plenty to celebrate! FIRST TEAM Teddy Keranen SCHOOL: Hartland CLASS: Sophomore EVENT: 100 Backstroke ACHIEVEMENTS: Keranen was the county’s best in the 100-yard backstroke, as he posted a 55.89 at the D1 state meet in the preliminaries and clocked in […]

Prep Baseball and Softball Semifinals at East Lansing

EAST LANSING – The way Josh Nelson had command of his pitches Thursday, few would know that the Saline senior was actually “scared to death” down the stretch. “I just want to get out, get three outs and go home,” he said. “I was trying not to think about anything; I was trying to throw […]

Eagles Title Defense ends against Saline in State Semifinals

Livingston Daily By Anthony Odoardi EAST LANSING — Repeating as baseball state champions in Division 1 is among the hardest tasks to achieve in Michigan high school sports. Ask Hartland coach Brian Morrison and he will tell you bluntly that it is the hardest. “It’s only happened once (in D1),” said Morrison, referring to […]

Hartland up for defense of Division 1 baseball title

The Detroit News By David Goricki East Lansing — The stars will be out today at Michigan State. The state high school baseball and softball finals are in town, and pitchers will be the focus in the semifinals, especially in baseball. Nate Lohmeier and John Baker are arguably the top combination in the state […]

‘Blue line’ has helped make Hartland special going into semifinal

The Livingston Post by Tim Robinson HARTLAND — It’s a nondescript piece of wood to non-players, blue with the word “CHAMPS” painted in yellow on one side. But to the Hartland baseball team, it has two meanings. “When you set it down, it turns into a blue line,” Hartland coach Brian Morrison explained on […]

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