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2017/2018 Home Game Pass Information!

HARTLAND BLUE & GOLD YEARLY PASS………………..$180.00 Good for ALL High School and Middle School Home games. Good for parents and immediate family members 8th grade and younger.    PARENTS MUST ACCOMPANY CHILDREN   HARTLAND BLUE & GOLD FALL ONLY PASS……………$100.00 HARTLAND BLUE & GOLD WINTER ONLY PASS…..……$100.00 HARTLAND BLUE & GOLD SPRING ONLY PASS…………$75.00 Good

Hartland Athletics Calendar of Events

Hello! Hartland Athletics is proud to present the Hartland Athletics Calendar. Please refer to this page when looking up information about the season, as it will automatically update to reflect event changes.  If you have a particular event you would like to save, simply add it to your calendar.  Fans are also able to add

Examining the Top 5 candidates for football Offensive Player of the Year

Anthony Odoardi, Livingston DailyPublished 12:55 p.m. ET Nov. 16, 2017 (Photo: Gillis Benedict/Livingston Daily) There are years in which a Player of the Year candidate is a runaway choice. For example, last year, Pinckney defensive end Wes Smith was a no-doubt selection. The year prior, Brighton running back Joey Clifford was head and shoulders above

A look at Livingston County football Defensive Player of the Year candidates

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 11:59 a.m. ET Nov. 14, 2017 | Updated 4:20 p.m. ET Nov. 14, 2017 (Photo: Gillis Benedict/Livingston Daily) What’s your preference when starting the foundation for a football defense? A presence in the middle who always seems to be around the football? Then linebackers Trevor Brock of Fowlerville, Cauy Hendee of Pinckney

Final regular-season Livingston County football stat leaders

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 10:41 a.m. ET Oct. 26, 2017 | Updated 2:57 p.m. ET Oct. 26, 2017 (Photo: Gillis Benedict/Livingston Daily) PASSING YARDAGE 1,543, Jack Wurzer, Pinckney (98 of 140) 1,231, Geoffrey Knaggs, Fowlerville (113 of 220) 812, Matt Hornyak, Howell (55 of 110) 749, Collin Arnold, Hartland (53 of 104) 736, Will Jontz, Brighton

Livingston County’s top 10 football players, final edition

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 11:45 a.m. ET Oct. 30, 2017 | Updated 3:51 p.m. ET Oct. 30, 2017 At the beginning of football season, I wondered if I was giving Pinckney too much credit by putting four Pirates on my list of top 10 players in Livingston County. Apparently, I didn’t give Pinckney enough credit. I

5 takeaways from the Hartland-Plymouth football game

Anthony Odoardi, Livingston DailyPublished 3:24 a.m. ET Oct. 21, 2017 | Updated 12:05 p.m. ET Oct. 21, 2017 (Photo: Richard Lim/Richard Lim Photography) FINAL SCORE: Plymouth 46, Hartland 38 Season turnaround ends just short  If nothing else, the Eagles certainly made it exciting. They began the season 1-3, were basically written off by everyone outside of

Livingston County football three stars of Week 9

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 1:39 a.m. ET Oct. 21, 2017 | Updated 12:03 p.m. ET Oct. 21, 2017 (Photo: Bill Khan/Livingston Daily) 1. LEVI COLLINS School: Pinckney Class: Senior Positions: Running back/linebacker Achievements: Collins didn’t need to touch the ball much to inflict a lot of damage in a 56-0 rout of Lansing Waverly. He carried the ball only five times, but

Football Game Recap: Hartland vs. Howell

Recap: Hartland vs. Howell Find us on Facebook Find us on Twitter Friday, October 13, 2017 By: Staff Report | MaxPreps.com Howell had home field advantage when it faced off against Canton two games ago, but the team wasn’t able to capitalize. No surprise then that heading on the road didn’t bring a better result. Howell lost to Hartland by a

Livingston County football 3 stars of Week 8

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 1:32 a.m. ET Oct. 14, 2017 | Updated 4:11 p.m. ET Oct. 14, 2017 0:07 3:37 Howell at Hartland football highlights, interviews A crazy flip by Hartland running back Tommy Lappin is among the highlights from the Eagles’ 28-13 victory over Howell. Bill Khan (Photo: Bill Khan/Livingston Daily) 1. ALEX WASYL School: Pinckney Grade: Senior

5 takeaways from Howell-Hartland football game

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 10:53 p.m. ET Oct. 13, 2017 | Updated 3:38 a.m. ET Oct. 14, 2017 A crazy flip by Hartland running back Tommy Lappin is among the highlights from the Eagles’ 28-13 victory over Howell. Bill Khan (Photo: Gillis Benedict/Livingston Daily) FINAL SCORE: Hartland 28, Howell 13 ROLE REVERSAL A year ago at this time,