Week of April 10, 2017
Clare Minsker had a great week for Hartland softball, racking up 12 hits in 18 at-bats, driving in 7 runs and scoring 7 runs while stealing 3 bases. Clare lead the varsity softball team to a 4-2 record this past week and is our nomination for athlete of the week.
Andrea Everett is this weeks goalie Selection. The Hartland Soccer goalkeeper made 8 saves to lead Hartland to a shutout win over Howell.
Max Hendricks was 2-0 on mound pitching 10 innings giving up 3 hits and striking out 15. He did not allow a run. At the plate for the week, max was 10-17 with two doubles, a triple and 3 run Home run. He collected 6 RBI’s and scored 9 runs.
Emily Beazley helped lead the Eagles to 2 big wins this week vs. Northville and Troy. Beazley contributed 13 goals and 2 assists.
Week of April 17, 2017
Meghan Economou helped lead the Eagles to an 8-0 record this week with wins over South Lyon, Waterford and Birmingham. Meghan had a 60% save percentage for the week in goal.
Not pictured: Mitchell Cotten
In Mitchell’s first competitive week of high school golf, he led the team as the low scorer at the Southern Swing Invitational in Springfield Ohio with scores of 79 – 79 = 158 for the 36 hole two day tournament. Mitchell has the look of a solid contributor to the Hartland Golf team and he proved it this week.
Week of April 24, 2017
Nic Hoffman led Hartland with a 77 at Oakland Hills Country Club in the Brother Rice Invitational. Nic’s score was impressive on a tough day, in the toughest field assembled in the State each year. Nic’s senior leadership will be a key to the Eagle’s success in 2017.
|Madelin Skene played in all 9 games for Hartland Softball this week. At the plate, Skene went 19 for 29 batting .655 with 5 extra base hits, 3 home runs, 18 RBI and crossed the plate 13 times. In the circle, Skene pitched in 7 games winning all 7. She had 42 strikeouts, allowed only 4 earned runs and finished the week with a .764 ERA. Madelin Skene is my nomination for Athlete of the Week.|
Week of May 8
Freshman Bryce Brief earned the first Top Ten All-Tournament Team selection of his young career with a 74 at the East Lansing Spring Classic at Forest Akers this past weekend. Brief’s score was among the ten lowest in the 31 team, 155 player event.
Jenna Halonen, from our Varsity Girls’ Soccer team.
The Hartland Senior and Co-Captain scored six goals including the team’s first hat trick and added an assist to lead the Eagles to three wins over Milford, Lakeland and Saginaw Heritage.