ACHIEVEMENTS: Hartland got no love at the all-state meetings, and it can be argued both Robeson and pitcher/infielder Madelin Skene deserved it. After all, Robeson posted a .522 average this season, scattering 71 hits and stealing 12 bases while scoring 55 runs. Her 29-game hitting streak is the ninth-longest in MHSAA history. Robeson started all 29 games for the Eagles at shortstop while also serving as their leadoff hitter with a .577 OBP.
COACH’S COMMENT: “All-District, All-KLAA, team captain,” Hartland coach Bob Greene said. “She had a 71-hit season, which also places her in record books.”
ACHIEVEMENTS: The county leader in home runs (10) this year, Skene was a monster in the heart of Hartland’s lineup. She posted a .489 batting average, 60 hits, 56 RBIs and scored 42 runs while also belting 12 doubles, three triples and stealing seven bases. She was also the Eagles’ go-to girl in the circle, where she excelled with a 17-8 record, 2.88 ERA and 157 strikeouts in 141 innings. Skene’s biggest moment of the season was when she blasted three home runs — including a grand slam — in a 14-5 victory over Clarkston in April. Her nine RBIs that game tied her for third-most in state history for a single game, and her three homers were tied for second.
COACH’S COMMENT: “All-District, All-KLAA, team captain — great season at the plate and in the circle,” Hartland coach Bob Greene said. “Ten home runs two years straight, which places her in the state record books.”
Clare Minsker, Hartland
Delanie Grundman, Hartland
Hartland — Lauren Plasky, Sam Nagel
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SCHOOL: Howell CLASS: Sophomore POSITION: Outfield ACHIEVEMENTS: Militello was good for Howell as a freshman in 2016, being a second team all-county selection. But it would be an understatement to call what she did as a 10th-grader just impressive.