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Hartland High School Boys Varsity Hockey beat Northville High School 2-1

Friday February 6th, 2015 07:30 PM Eagles Away 2 @ Mustangs Home 1 Game Recap The Hartland icers improved to 12-6-2 on the year with their 2-1 victory over #6 ranked Northville on Friday night. Christian Spangler was spectacular in net turning away 21 of 22 shots. Nick Snyder and Trevor Murray were the goal

Hartland High School Boys Varsity Swimming falls to Bobcats 88-98

Thursday February 5th, 2015 06:00 PM Bobcats Away 98 @ Eagles Home 88 Meet Recap In a close contest Thursday night, the Hartland Eagles Swim and Dive boys team came up big with their win against KLAA Lakes Conference Division rival Grand Blanc, 98-88. Three pool records were broken by Hartland’s Marcus Grosso (100 Butterfly

College Clash at the Legacy Center

The Legacy Center will be hosting a number of college athletic contests this winter.  Check out all the information by clicking on the College Clash Flyer.

Hartland Bowlers Rolling through the Season

With three matches left in the regular season, Hartland’s bowling teams are looking good! The JV Boys team is the highest Hartland team in the KLAA standings, in second place behind Howell. The Varsity Boys team is tied for third with Brighton. The Varsity Girls Team is third as well behind first place Brighton and

Girls Basketball Stays On Top

The Hartland and Brighton girls basketball teams each took another step toward a season-ending showdown in the KLAA West with a win apiece on Tuesday. Both teams are 10-3 overall, 6-1 in the West after their wins. At Hartland, the Eagles knocked off Pinckney 48-28 in a game that nevertheless left Hartland coach Don Palmer

Boys Basketball -Pirates Squeak by Eagles

Anthony Odoardi-Livingston Daily PINCKNEY – The Pinckney and Hartland boys basketball teams entered Tuesday night’s game tied for third, both desperately seeking to finish inside the top four of the KLAA West to qualify for the conference tournament. With both feeling it needed a victory to be in the best position to achieve that goal,

Hartland Athletes sign Letter of Intent

Tim Robinson and Brian Beaupied-Livingston Daily Both had committed to play football and soccer, respectively, at Central Michigan. But things changed quickly for both. Central’s football coach, Dan Enos, resigned last month to become the offensive coordinator at Arkansas, and the resulting uncertainty led to Zielinski changing his mind and signing with Miami of Ohio.

Senior Night-HHS HOCKEY

Senior Night is always bitter sweet.  Thank you to the HHS Hockey Class of 2015. CLICK HERE for the photo gallery.

Potter and Diegel to lead Boy’s Lax

Hartland Athletics is proud to announce our new coaching staff for Boys Lacrosse. Garnet Potter steps in as the Varsity Head Coach. Coach Potter brings a vast amount of outstanding coaching experience. He has an incredible track record in varsity wrestling as the Head Coach in Northville and as the Head Assistant Coach in Hartland.

Volland Takes the Reigns of Boys Tennis

Hartland Athletics is proud to announce Chuck Volland as our new Boy’s Tennis Coach. Coach Volland brings over 25 years of tennis coaching experience to our boy’s program. His coaching and teaching experience includes work at various country club programs and he most recently served as the Hartland boy’s and girl’s JV tennis coach. Coach