Category: Athlete of the Week

Boys Varsity Skiing · Vote for Livingston Daily Athlete of the Week (Feb. 15-21, 2021)


Vote for Livingston Daily Athlete of the Week (Feb. 15-21, 2021)

Bill Khan

Livingston Daily
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Standouts are beginning to emerge now that we’re two full weeks into a full slate of winter sports.

Some of those standouts are on this week’s ballot for Livingston Daily Press & Argus Athlete of the Week. Others from previous ballots continued to have huge weeks, but I try to wait a few weeks before putting individuals back up for a vote.

Voting is open until 3 p.m. Wednesday. Vote early, vote often.

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Ean Badgett, Howell hockey

Badgett backstopped Howell to three straight victories over Midland Dow, Livonia Franklin and Lake Orion in a four-day stretch. In those three games, Badgett had a 1.33 goals against average and a .955 save percentage.

Bryce Natter, Hartland skiing

Natter qualified for his third state meet by winning the regional championship in the giant slalom and placing second in slalom. In the KLAA meet, he also won giant slalom and took second in slalom.

Luke Newcomb, Brighton swimming

Newcomb, a freshman, won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:00.12 and was on the winning 200 freestyle relay team in a quad against Ann Arbor Skyline, Midland Dow and Pinckney. Brighton went 1-1-1 in the meet.

Amelia Storm, Howell basketball

Storm made two layups in overtime, including the game-winner with three seconds remaining, as Howell beat Brighton, 54-52.

Clay Thrift, Livingston Christian basketball

Thrift scored a career-high 28 points in a 56-52 overtime victory over Charyl Stockwell, picking up the slack while leading scorer Trenton Spirl missed the game with an injury.

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Multiple Teams · Athletes of the Week for September 9, 2019


CONGRATULATIONS to our State Bank Athlete of the Week:

(Junior) Violet Sinishtaj, from our Varsity Girls’ Golf team.  In our only contest this week, Violet,  shot an 85 to place 13th out of 80 golfers at the KLAA Pre-Conference Tournament at Kensington Golf Course.

(Sophomore) Riley Hough, from our Varsity Boy’s Cross Country team.  Riley led the Hartland cross Country team to a second place finish at the Rambling Rock Invitational. He finished 1st overall in time of 15:34. He also set the meet record.

(Junior) Audrey Brown, from our Varsity Girls’ Golf team. Audrey is a 3-year varsity player. On Wednesday at Hartland Glen, she shot a 46 to help us to a victory over Plymouth Salem. At the Farmington Invitational Tournament Friday held at Glen Oaks Golf Course, she shot a personal best 79 and was a top 15 medalist out of 125 golfers!

(Sophomore)  Annabelle Barber, from our Varsity Girls’ Swim team.

Annabelle achieved her MISCA qualifying time in the 50 free with the time of 26.18 at Fenton Relays on Saturday, as the lead off swimmer in the 200 free relay helping Hartland finish 4th in that relay. She also helped Hartland to place 7th and 4th in other Relays. Then in the final Spees Sprint relay, she improved her 50 free time once again as the lead off swimmer with a 26.13 and helped Hartland gain 4th place.

Eagles News · Tri-County Times Athlete of the Week


April 8th, – 14th,  2019

(Junior) Gage Delanoy – Baseball

(Junior) Gage Delanoy, from our Varsity Baseball team. This past week, Gage led the Eagles to a 4-1 record. In those games, he’s hitting .400, recording 5 base on balls, scoring 6 runs, batting in 6 runs and had 3 extra base hits. On the mound Gage earned the win by pitching 6 innings, giving up 1 hit and striking out 7 against Livonia Stevenson in a 6-0 win.

Eagles News · Athletes of the Week for Demeber 11


CONGRATULATIONS to our State Bank Athletes of the Week:

(Junior) Nikki Dompierre, from our Varsity Girls’ Basketball team. In victories over Fenton and Okemos Junior Nikki Dompierre scored 30 points and dished out 6 Assists. Nikki also shot and made 15 of 18 Free Throw attempts for 83 percent.

 

(Senior) Jessica Callaghan, from our Varsity Girls’ Bowling team.  Jess had scores of 183 and a new high score of 212 in our win over Franklin

Eagles News · Athlete of the Week


CONGRATULATIONS to our State Bank Athletes of the Week:

(Senior) Olivia Nied, from our Varsity Girls’ Swim team.  Olivia, placed 8th in the 50 freestyle at the KLAA Conference Meet with a time of 24.95 and achieved her State Qualifying time. She also placed 13th in the 100 freestyle with a time of 55.78. She anchored the 200 free relay, which finished 4th with a State Qualifying time of 1:40.43. She also was the lead off swimmer in the 400 free relay which placed 7th with a time of 3:50.88.

Eagles News · State Bank Athlete of the Week Sept. 17-23


 

(Junior) Savannah Grabowski from our Varsity Girls’ Golf team. Savannah scored a 39 against Canton and another 39 later in the week against Plymouth. She also scored an 83 for 18 holes in last week’s tournament. Savannah is also the Athletic Co-Op student.

Eagles News · Athletes of the Week Sept. 9


 

(Senior) Seth Buff from our Varsity Boys’ Soccer team.  Seth is a  senior co-Captain and center back, Seth led the Eagles to a shutout win over #5 in the state Salem HS.

 

(Senior) Reece Potter from our Varsity Football team.  Reece rushed for 206 yards and had 3 rushing touchdowns in a victory over Northville.

 

(Senior) Jordan Piatek from our Varsity Girls’ Golf team.  On Tuesday vs. Brighton Senior golfer Jordan Piatek shot a 44 at Hartland Glen. Thursday at Northville she came in with another 44. On Saturday at the Marian/Top 50 Tournament played at Bedford Valley Golf Course Jordan carded an 86 for us.

Eagles News · Athlete of the Week Aug. 9/3/2018


CONGRATULATIONS to our State Bank Athletes of the Week:

(Junior) Maggie Zimmerman from our Varsity Girls’ Cross Country team.  Maggie led the Eagles at the Ramblin’ rock Invitational by placing 14th in a time of 20:21. This was a 17 second Personal Record for Maggie.

(Sophomore) Violet Sinishtaj from our Varsity Girls’ Golf team.  Violet Sinishtaj shot an 82 at the Farmington Invitational held at Glen Oaks Golf Course to help us place 4th out of 22 teams.

(Sophomore) Marissa Harris from our Varsity Girls’ Swim team.  Marissa is the definition of a true competitor. She gives 100% in each and every race. On Thursday in a home meet against Plymouth, she placed 2nd in the 50 yard freestyle, 1st in the 100 yard backstroke, 2nd in the 200 yard medley relay, and 1st in the 200 yard freestyle relay helping Hartland gain 22 points. On Saturday in an away relay meet at Fenton High School, she placed 1st in the 200 yard backstroke relay, 2nd in the 200 yard freestyle relay and 4th in the 200 yard medley relay helping Hartland gain 104 points.

Eagles News · State Bank Athletes of the Week


(Senior) Chloe Holt from our Varsity Girls’ Soccer team.  The Hartland Senior center back and co-captain led the Eagles to two shutout KLAA wins and three shutouts in a row.

 

(Senior) Collin Pajot from our Varsity Boys’ Golf team.   Collin helped the Eagles to a School Record for Away Course matches by beating the medalist against Livonia Franklin and shooting a score or 34 (1-under par). Collin also shot 78 at Orchard Lake CC on Monday, to help the Eagles to a 3rd place finish out of 24 teams. 

 

 

(Senior) Sydney Hughes from our Varsity Girls’ Soccer Team.  The Hartland Senior forward scored four goals to lead Hartland to two wins over Livonia Churchill and Saginaw Heritage.

Eagles News · Vote Reece Potter for Livingston Daily Athlete of the Week (April 30-May 6, 2018)


Reece Potter, Hartland lacrosse Potter has shown he can be a finisher or a set-up man for a Hartland team that has a realistic shot at the state Division 1 championship.Potter had three goals and five assists in an 18-2 victory over Howell on April 30. In a two-game trip to Ohio the previous weekend, Potter scored seven goals in two games against Cleveland St. Ignatius and Shaker Heights.

Source: Vote Livingston Daily Athlete of the Week (April 30-May 6, 2018)