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Hartland Bowlers Roll into 2015

After a busy holiday break, the Hartland Bowling Teams resumed division play with three consecutive meets. First up was Pinckney at our home alley of Striking Lanes, Thursday Jan 8th Varsity boys won 26-4. Zander Thompson bowled the high score of 256. Varsity girls won 28-2. Michelle Thompson bowled the high score of 199. JV1

Wrestling has Winning Weekend

Sophomore G Potter continues to wrestle strong at Wyandotte on Saturday.     WYANDOTTE – Five Eagles won titles asHartland placed all 14 wrestlers in the top five to win the Wyandotte Roosevelt Tournament with 280 points. Garnet Potter went 3-0 and defeated Saline’s ninth-ranked Kyle Boxeth, 5-2, in the 112 finals to continue his

Hartland Basketball

Anthony Odoardi-Livingston Daily Direct Link HERE PHOTO GALLERY Click Here (Photo Creds: G Pogarch) Livingston Daily Photo Gallery CLICK HERE   HOWELL — It certainly was not a game for stats. Or as Hartland girls basketball coach Don Palmer put it: “I don’t think it was a work of art by any means. But it

Hartland High School Boys Varsity Hockey beat Knights 4-0

Varsity Hockey Friday January 9th, 2015 06:20 PM Eagles Away 4 @ Knights Home 0 Game Recap The Hartland Varsity Hockey Team continued its win streak Friday night against undefeated Walled Lake Northern by defeating the Knights 4-0 at Lakeland Ice Arena. The game featured the two top teams in the KLAA Lakes Conference. Hartland

Cocoa & Cram for Freshman

On Tuesday, January 13 from 5-7 pm, all ninth grade students are invited to warm up with hot cocoa, and study for their finals at HHS’s annual Cocoa and Cram.  The event is sponsored by Link Crew, a group of Junior and Senior students who are trained to mentor freshmen.  In order to give the

Basketball SHOWCASE vs Highlanders

Join us TONIGHT, Friday, January 9th at Howell HS for a unique experience! Hartland Boys & Girls Varsity Basketball Teams will be taking on the Howell Highlanders in a SHOWCASE EVENT featuring both Varsity Boys and Girls in back to back basketball action.  Varsity Boys begin at 5:30p and Varsity Girls hit the hardwood immediately

Student Athletes

Financial Aid Night will be held in Hartland High School Auditorium on January 15th beginning at 6:30pm. This event will be extremely valuable to college bound seniors and their parents. Topics that will be covered include filling out the FAFSA, federal student loans, and grants and scholarships. The information will be presented by a financial

Hartland Wrestlers Sweep

Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily Direct Link to the Livingston Daily article CLICK HERE HOWELL – Hartland wrestling coach Todd Cheney’s voice was hoarse on Wednesday night, but the message remained the same for the Eagles. “For our sport to be successful, we have to put points on the scoreboard,” he said. “No one wants to

Eagle Icers still on Top

Anthony Odoardi- Livingston Press & Argus Direct Link to the article CLICK HERE CHELSEA –The Hartland hockey team was the runner-up for the Division 2 state title the past two seasons and again has aspirations of making it back to the title game in 2015. Pinckney, meanwhile, is still searching for its first win. So

Marshall & Maggert lead the way…

Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily HARTLAND – If there’s anyone who can appreciate the way Luke Maggert looked off defenders and distributed the ball, it’s Noah Marshall. The quarterback on Hartland’s football team is the center on the Eagles’ basketball team. And on a night where Maggert and the Eagles made Fenton’s full-court press resemble little