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Moraitis makes the cut

Division 1 Cross Country at Delta College Hartland sophomore Michelle Moraitis finished 10th in 19:20.69 to qualify for the state meet in a Division 1 regional at Delta College in University Center. Both Eagles squads finished seventh and missed qualifying to run at MIS next weekend. The boys finished 141 points with Holly edging Grand

Quella and Maschke Shine

Andy Maschke (52) returns a blocked punt for what would prove to be the game-winning touchdown in Saturday’s 15-6 win over Salem.(Photo: MARK A. DULL) Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily CANTON – There are a lot of things the Hartland football team could say about Saturday night’s 15-6 win over Salem. “It’s over” was unsaid, but certainly

Hartland Volleyball “GETS IT DONE”!

Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily HARTLAND – With her team a point away from its first conference title of any kind in decades, Elizabeth Storm watched as the ball floated her way. “It felt like it was up there for two minutes,” she said, smiling. Then she spiked it, and Hartland’s 25-19, 17-25, 25-23, 25-19 win

Hartland High School Varsity Volleyball beat Eagles 4-1

Varsity Volleyball Tuesday October 21st, 2014 06:30 PM Eagles Away 1 @ Eagles Home 4 Game Recap On Senior night, the Hartland volleyball program hosted Lakeland High School to battle it out for the Lakes Conference Championship. The Hartland Eagles (29-4) fought every game and came out with the victory, in an exciting match that

Dear Football Players…

“I love wrestlers; they are tough and make great Football players.” –Mike Stoops National Championship Football Coach at Oklahoma University “Wrestlers make coaching football easy, they have balance, coordination, and as a staff we know they are tough.” -Tom Osborne College Hall of Fame Coach for the University of Nebraska “I draft wrestlers because they

Hartland SBX

Are you interested in finding out “What The Heck” SBX is??? Well, it’s Boardercross (Snowboard Racing)!  Jumps and turns and rollers, OH MY!  It’s fast paced and extreme fun!  We have a Boys and a Girls team and BOTH teams at one point or another have found their way to the Top of the Podium

Eagles 2nd Place in KLAA Lakes Conference

Hartland quarterback Noah Marshall tries to outrun Walled Lake Western’s Darnell Lanier (7) and Nathan Charter-Harris during Friday’s contest. The Eagles rushed for just 67 yards in a 31-14 loss to Walled Lake Western. (Photo: Mark A. Dull -Livingston Daily) By Tim Robinson-Daily Press & Argus HARTLAND – Not quite five minutes into Friday’s Lakes

Team Sports…a foundation for Life

Team Sports prepare you for the future in more ways than one.  Please  enjoy the heart warming message on lessons learned during high schools sports.  #Motivation CLICK HERE

Chanel 95.5 High School Takeover

TWITTER POST:  Channel 955 @Channel955  ·  13h 13 hours ago Heartland and Livonia Stevenson you won the #955highschooltakeover we will see you tomorrow. Better be hype! Looks like the Hartland Student section made enough noise to get Chanel 95.5’s attention and will be at the game tonight!  Bring your outside voices, your school spirit and

Haley’s time to SHINE

Haley Larson Photo: Jim Jagdfeld Press & Argus   Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily The existence of a No. 1 golfer can be a lonely one at times. With coaches making their rounds and tending to focus their attention on pairings in the back, players in lead groups, based on their ability, are largely left to