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Laier leads the charge

Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily HARTLAND The first time on the floor in a game setting, coaches want to see the intangible stuff — like character, resilience, effort — knowing most everything else can be polished up. Hartland girls basketball coach Don Palmer got all the above in spades in Tuesday’s season opener, just not quite

Hartland Football Players named All KLAA

Congratulations to the following Hartland Football Players: HARTLAND – Brett Oliver (Sr.), DB; Patrick Evans (Sr.), OL; Jared Gohl (Sr.), OL; Jake Economou (Sr.), DL; Noah Marshall (Jr.), QB; Andy Maschke (Jr.), DL; Ben Quella (Sr.), LB; Ryan McRobb (Sr.), RB; Alex Vydick (Jr.), LB; Max Cadman (Sr.), WR/RB. Previous Link to the full listing

Oliver Named ALL-STATE HM

Congratulations to Hartland Football’s own Brett Oliver for earning All-State Honorable Mention honors! Not only is Oliver Captain of the Hartland HS Football Team, he is one of Livingston Counties best Defensive Backs and an outfielder for the Hartland HS Baseball Team.  This kid is going places and we are so proud he has Hartland

Hartland Sports events for Dec. 1-6

This week in Hartland Sports the Girls & Boys Basketball teams hit the hardwood.  Boys Swimming and Diving take to the Pool, Wrestling takes on a State Powerhouse during a pre-season scrimmage and our resilient  Hockey teams begins league play. (**Still looking for reporters (-or people to help coaches report scores) and photographers for Boys

Gorial commits to Coker College in S.C.

Coker College head wrestling coach Cy Wainwright announced today that Jacob Gorial has signed a National Letter of Intent to wrestle for the Cobras during the 2015-16 season. A native of Fenton, Mich., Gorial is a three-time Michigan state placer working towards 200+ wins in his career at Hartland High School.   “Jacob is a

Bryce Messner signs to…

Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily   Hartland senior golfer Bryce Messner said he took several visits to prospective schools, none of which giving the impression that he was really wanted. So, when Messner took a visit to Grand Valley State University, his expectations were rather low. Say what you want about program’s and facilities, but sometimes

Hartland Icers lose to Eisenhower

Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily HARTLAND – Until it figures out how its going to replace the top-end scoring it lost from a year ago, Hartland’s hockey team can’t afford to be playing shorthanded as much as it has been. Penalties were a big part of Saturday night’s loss to Livonia Stevenson, and were again on

Hartland High School Varsity Hockey falls to Livonia Stevenson 1-2

Varsity Hockey Saturday November 22nd, 2014 07:15 PM Livonia Stevenson Away 2 @ Eagles Home 1 Game Recap Hartland comes up short in a 2-1 loss to Livonia Stevenson. Box Scores 1 2 3 Away Team 0 1 1 Home Team 0 0 1 Game Summary

Hartland High School Varsity Hockey beat Hawks 4-2

Varsity Hockey Thursday November 20th, 2014 07:00 PM Hawks Away 2 @ Eagles Home 4 Game Recap Hartland took a commanding 3-0 lead into the 3rd period only to see Saginaw Heritage claw back with 2 third period goals. With the score 3-2 Hartland put Saginaw Heritage away by converting on an empty net goal.

Vote for John Nagel!

Vote today for one of the best Hockey Players in the State!  Hartland’s own John Nagel  is up for Warrior Sports Michigan High School Hockey Player of the Year. Coach Gadwa has another strong team that looks to take that last step in D 2. His Captain, John Nagel, is not only a ferocious leader,