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County Swimmers at a Glance

Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily COUNTY SWIM TEAMS AT A GLANCE HARTLAND COACH: Maria Puranen (20th season) LAST YEAR: Third in KLAA West (3-2) and fourth in Lakes Conference; 18th at Division 1 state meet. TOP RETURNERS: State qualifiers senior Jordan McKaig, juniors Audrey Regan, Megan Wencel and sophomore Melanie Hunroe. Also, senior Kelsey Pietila, junior

Hartland High School Varsity Volleyball beat Highlanders 3-0

Varsity Volleyball Tuesday September 30th, 2014 06:30 PM Highlanders Away 0 @ Eagles Home 3 Game Recap Hartland varsity volleyball (21-3) swept Howell High School at home tonight,  winning 25-12, 25-15, 25-21. The Eagles have swept their opponents in 5 out of the 6 league matches.  This win keeps Hartland in 1st place in the

Meet The CORE Institute and Dr. Frush

Company Name: The CORE Institute at Porretta Todd Frush MD- Hartland Team Orthopedic Surgeon Business Descriptions: Sports medicine and orthopedic surgery, including reconstruction and arthroscopy of the knee, shoulder, and elbow. Contact information: 248-349-7015 Expedited access for athletic injuries: 248-349-7017 Periodically we will feature those businesses that play a huge role in Hartland Athletics.  Please

Hartland over Pinckney at Homecoming

Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily HARTLAND – The Hartland football team took advantage of three Pinckney turnovers, converting all into touchdowns, and that proved the difference in a 34-14 Eagles win on Friday night. Hartland (4-1) led 7-0 at the half, then saw Pinckney tie the game twice in the third quarter on touchdown receptions by

2014 Hartland Homecoming

Homecoming is about the Alumni and tonight Hartland Alumni celebrate as the Hartland Varsity Eagles beat the Pinckney Pirates 34-14! To view the photo gallery of Homecoming Court Representatives: CLICK HERE Stay Tuned as more photo’s from the HHS Homecoming game are shared in the next few days! Just a few of the Alumni-Hartland Football

PowderPuff 2014 Recap

In a game that never disappoints, the Seniors were sweating it slightly when the Juniors came out strong but luckily they were able to maintain composure, and make some sweet plays happen which lead them to a 28-35 WIN over the Junior Class in this years Powder Puff game. The game proved to be eventful,

Homecoming Festivities

CALLING ALL ALUMNI!  Hartland Homecoming is upon us so dust off those old Varsity Jackets of yours and get to Hartland HS for a fantastic night of high school Football vs the Pinckney Pirates!  Any Alumni wearing their Hartland Varsity Jacket (or wearing all Blue & Gold) to the game, please listen to announcements on

Girls Swimming, Golf & Volleyball all with good weeks

Girls swimming Hartland 125, Howell 61 HARTLAND – The Eagles won all three relays and most other events in the KLAA West opener for both schools. “We had many great time drops and great performances by all,” Hartland coach Maria Puranen said. Audrey Regan and Julia Martin each won two individual events. Regan touched first

Varsity Football vs Pinckney

By Tim RobinsonDaily Press & Argus There’s plenty at stake for both football teams tonight when Pinckney travels to Hartland. But Hartland coach Brian Savage, one of the more easygoing coaches you’ll meet, found time Wednesday night to watch the powder puff game between the senior girls and their junior counterparts at Hartland High School.

Hartland High School Football Freshman beats Brighton High School 32-13

Sport Football Freshman Home Score 13 Away Score 32 Game Recap The 9th Grade Gold Team defeated Brighton on Wednesday. Good Job Eagles! Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 OT2 Hartland High School Brighton High School Q1 Scoring Events Events Q2 Scoring Events Events Q3 Scoring Events Events Q4 Scoring Events Events