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TACKLE CANCER -HHS FOOTBALL

GET READY TO TACKLE CANCER!!! Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that many women can survive breast cancer if it’s found and treated early. A mammogram –

Hartland Volleyball-KLAA WEST CHAMPS!!

PHOTO CREDS: Gillis Benedict Livingston Daily Bill Khan, Livingston Daily HARTLAND – It couldn’t be as easy as it looked, could it? Of course not. Championship seasons are supposed to involve a degree of adversity, making the accomplishment that much sweeter. Hartland trailed in a KLAA West match for the first time this season Thursday

Piece of the KLAA West Title on the line for Varsity Football

By Tim Robinson Daily Press & Argus HARTLAND Like a certain No. 7 who played for Brighton nearly a generation ago, no one refers to Grand Blanc’s Tre’Von Avery by his number, or even his last name. Defenders in the KLAA West Division know him by his first name, because they know they’ll be seeing

Hartland High School Varsity Volleyball beat Mavericks 4-1

Varsity Volleyball Thursday October 9th, 2014 06:30 PM Mavericks Away 1 @ Eagles Home 4 Game Recap In a 4 game thriller,  Hartland varsity (24-3, 9-0) defeated Milford High School to win the KLAA West division title. Each match was close, with both teams battling until the end. After losing the first game 20-25, the

Hartland Grad keeps making us proud

Bill Khan, Livingston Daily If Anna Pasternak needed extra motivation before beginning her running career at the University of Michigan, a disgruntled coach served it up with a sour-grapes email. Pasternak expected to attend Division III Massachusetts Institute of Technology after graduating from Hartland High School in 2011, even making a verbal commitment to the

Hartland Volleyball is Close-Knit

Tim Robinson Livingston Daily HARTLAND – Coaches and players talk all the time about chemistry, about its importance and how elusive it is to find. Hartland volleyball coach Katy Westenberg knows about it firsthand. “I, thankfully, was never on a team where the players didn’t get along, but I coached a team like that, and

Hartland Color Guard needs YOU!

For the past seventeen years the Color Guard team have worn the same shapeless, unflattering, polyester, choking uniforms that are full of holes during the marching season. With the help of an adult, teaching the sewing and doing the accounting, the Color Guard team will be sewing new and improved uniforms to be ready for

Hartland High School Varsity Volleyball beat Pirates 3-0

Varsity Volleyball Tuesday October 7th, 2014 06:30 PM Eagles Away 3 @ Pirates Home 0 Game Recap Hartland Varsity (8-0, 23-3) swept Pinckney High School, winning 25-14, 25-14, 25-13. This victory was a complete team effort,  with every player getting into the game to contribute to the win.  Sarah Skinner had 17 kills and 2

3 Hartland Wrestlers making some early noise

Congratulations to 3 Hartland wrestlers who are making some waves before the season even begins.  As ranked by the Michigan Grappler in each class for the entire state, regardless of weight; Senior Jacob Gorial is a 3X MHSAA State Placer and is currently ranked #25 for the Class of 2015 in the State of Michigan.

Nickerson shines at Invitational

PORTAGE –Hartland junior Josh Nickerson and Pinckney sophomore Ryan Talbott became the first two cross country runners in Livingston County to break the 16-minute barrier this season on Saturday in the Portage Invitational.  Nickerson finished 15th out of 264 Division 1 finishers in the prestigious meet in 15:56.9, shattering his personal best of 16:31. Talbott