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Geheb Proves – Swimming isn’t for Sissy’s

Dean Ottati | March 18th, 2015 | Featured, High School, News  Direct Link to the complete article CLICK HERE Some moments in life rush at us so fast, are so unexpected, there is no way to prepare for them.  Often such moments are tragic, but provided they are not too permanent or life altering, these

Hartland Girls Reward Palmer

Don Palmer will finally get the chance to experience what Mary Cicerone, William Winfield and Scott Woodhull have on countless occasions, coaching their teams during the final week of the girls basketball state tournament. Palmer, 64, will be guiding his team into the quarterfinals for the first time in his 38 years of coaching girls

Girls Hoops in Quarterfinals TONIGHT

Tim Robinson-Livingston Daily HARTLAND – After creating school history with its first regional title on Thursday, the accolades flowed in Friday for the Hartland girls basketball team and, especially, coach Don Palmer. The Eagles earned a spot in the Class A quarterfinals, a first for both Hartland High School and for Palmer, who coached both

All-State Hockey Honors for 5 Eagles

Fifteen players from Livingston County schools earned All-State hockey honors across three divisions, the Michigan High School Coaches’ Association announced Saturday. Howell, Brighton, Hartland and Pinckney were well-represented on the lists — Howell (five) and Brighton (three) combining for eight players in Division 1 while Hartland added five of its own in Division 2 and

Swimmers place well

Hartland Swimmers State Finals results: In the 200-yard medley relay team of Marcus Grosso, Ryan Geheb, Jonathan Loshinskie and Cory Nelligan nabbed sixth to earn All-State honors, their 1:36.31 finishing just five seconds behind the champs from Brother Rice. Geheb, a Hartland sophomore, also had an impressive day individually, as his time of 1:51.75 gave

HARTLAND ARCHERS DOMINATE STATE TOURNAMENT

The Hartland Archery Teams competed in the 2015 National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament this past weekend.  Nearly 30 schools and  600 archers from all around the state met up at Central Michigan University for this event.  Once there all of these archers competed for 30 individual medals, three team State Championships, and

Gehab, Grosso & Loshinskie looking for Swim State Titles

Anthony Odoardi-Livingston Daily Hartland, Howell & Brighton in the MHSAA D1 preliminaries at Noon Friday.  The  Eagles posted seven qualifying times. Brighton will spend much of its time assembling relay squads, the majority of Hartland’s and Howell’s races will be individual. For the Eagles, Marcus Grosso is racing in the 100-yard butterfly and backstroke, Jonathan

Girls Hoops-REGIONAL CHAMPS

Tim Robinson-Livingston Daily FENTON – After his team had rallied to tie Thursday’s Class A regional final at halftime, 19-19, Hartland girls basketball coach Don Palmer, known for favoring patience on offense, switched tactics. “The coaches told us, ‘You get the first spurt,’” senior Ryann Laier said. “‘You get the lead and it will be

Girls Basketball Broadcast-THURSDAY

Natalie Halonen will be part of a Hartland team that will be aiming for a regional title at Fenton.(Photo: Mark A. Dull/File) Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily Hartland girls basketball coach Don Palmer has been a varsity coach, boys and girls — and for decades, both. In that time, he’s been to only a handful of

Boys Basketball season comes to an end

Complete article in the Livingston Daily CLICK HERE PHOTOS Click Here Milford 40, Hartland 28 Hartland and Milford ensured the crowd got its money’s worth in the second game keeping things tight into the fourth quarter before the Mavericks pulled away down the stretch. Hartland (7-13) trailed by only five points entering the final period,