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Cross Country Results vs. Pinckney

Boys – Pinckney 19, Hartland 39 PINCKNEY – 1. Austin Wicker 16:33.67; 2. Isaac Harris 16:37.10; 3. Ryan Talbott 16:37.57; 6. Chase Schweyer 17:20.07; 7. Nick Hartstang 17:26.96. HARTLAND – 4. Noah Kramer 17:12.93; 5. Tom Anderson 17:18.81; 9. Luke Rotarius 17:42.08; 10. Miles McDonald 17:49.93; 11. Devin Rocha 17:51.00. Records: Pinckney 2-0 KLAA West,

Hartland High School Varsity Volleyball beat Bulldogs 3-0

Varsity Volleyball Tuesday September 16th, 2014 06:30 PM Bulldogs Away 0 @ Eagles Home 3 Game Recap In the first encounter of the season, Hartland varsity volleyball (17-2) swept Brighton in three sets. Hartland won the first two handily (25-13, 25-12), and showed their maturity and composure in game 3 by taking it 25-21. Sara

Volleyball takes on Brighton at Home TONIGHT!

Big game against Brighton TONIGHT at home! Hope to see you all there! Freshmen/JV at 5:00 and Varsity at 7:00.  #Hartland #BeatBrighton Follow Hartland Volleyball on Twitter HERE

Lady Golfers place well in Novi Invitational

Novi Invitational SOUTH LYON – Hartland finished fourth in a rare Sunday event at the Cattails Golf Course. “It was a very difficult course,” Hartland golf coach Mike Joseph said. “I think everyone’s score was affected by 15-20 strokes, and the cold kind of affected everyone.” Haley Larsen tied for fourth overall with a score

Hat Trick for Gwinn

HARTLAND – Cameron Gwinn had a request for Hartland soccer coach Andrew Kartsounes before Monday’s game against Waterford Mott. “He grew up in that area and knows a lot of the kids on the team,” Kartsounes said. “He wanted to play in the field.” Gwinn, normally a keeper, surely gained bragging rights on his friends

Hartland CC in the news…

Bill Khan, Livingston Daily Hartland ran in Division 1 in the five-division Holly Invitational, placing fifth among boys and eighth among girls. Junior Josh Nickerson led Hartland’s boys, placing 18th in 16:47. Not far behind were senior Luke Rotarius (26th, 16:58) and junior Miles McDonald (28th, 17:02). In the girls meet, sophomore Michelle Moraitis took

Football takes one on the chin…

Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily HOWELL – With the game on the line, Howell coach Aaron Metz called time out on fourth-and-4 and was met with a unanimous consensus. “We came in and were like, coach, we’ve got to run the reverse,” junior quarterback Brett Chaperon said. It was a play the Highlanders had been running

Eagles vs Highlanders LIVE Football Broadcast

Hartland and Howell renew their rivalry Friday night in the KLAA West Division opener for both teams. If you can’t make it to the game, you can catch all the action at www.livingstondaily.com starting at 6:50 p.m. with sports editor Tim Robinson and color analyst Bill Simmons. Click Here for the Broadcast: Hartland Eagles vs

A Look at Girls Golf

Brian Beaupied, Livingston Daily HARTLAND ■ COACH: Mike Joseph (15th season) ■ LAST YEAR: Took second in KLAA West (4-1), tied for second in Lakes Conference and fifth at KLAA tournament; fifth at a Division 1 regional and seven shots out of qualifying for program’s first-ever team finals berth. ■ TOP RETURNERS: Seniors Taylor Rogman

Hartland Volleyball in the News

By Tim Robinson, Livingston Daily HOWELL – A team that has found itself met a team that is, in many ways, starting over, with the predictable result in Thursday’s volleyball match at Howell High School. Hartland, a team that is off to a blazing start in coach Katy Westenberg’s second season, rolled past Howell in three