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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

Hartland High School Boys Varsity Tennis falls to Farmington High School 5-4

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 4:00 PM Farmington High School AWAY 5 Hartland High School HOME 4 Meet Recap Farmington squeaked out a victory 5-4 on Wednesday as Hartland came close to winning its second match of the season . Hartland had victories at # 2 #3 and number 4 singles and the team of Nick

JV Boys Tennis Update

After a thrashing by Northville last Wednesday losing all our matches, the team bounced back today…. Northville 0-6 #1 Doubles Gabe & Brayden 3-6, 0-6 #2 Doubles Zach & Gogo 0-6, 1-6 #3 Doubles Hunter Mayer & Caden Farhat-Tomazewski 0-6, 1-6 #4 Doubles Ben & Isaac 0-6, 0-6 #5 Doubles Parker & Graham 0-6, 1-6

Hartland Tennis Takes a loss in Match 8-1 against Pinckney

Hartland competed well with 1. doubles team Connor Mears /Joe Fay winning a third set super tiebreaker 2.  doubles Alex Vettraino/ Ben Hawker lost a third set super tiebreaker 10-7    

2017 Boys tennis preview: Conference slates prove difficult for county teams

Anthony Odoardi, Livingston DailyPublished 7:00 a.m. ET Aug. 31, 2017 (Photo: Submitted Photo) The new KLAA division alignments have made the league schedules daunting for most sports. But for Livingston County teams, it might just be the worst in boys tennis, as the KLAA Gold houses three state qualifiers from 2016. Novi (fourth), Northville (seventh)

Hartland Tennis takes a loss against Howell

Hartland competed well but lost 3-6 today to division opponent Howell, Winners were: Connor Mears #4 singles Brian Simmons /Caden FT at 5 doubles  & Owen Tithof / Brendan Milliken at 6 doubles

Interested in Tennis?

JV Boys Tennis looking for players! Incoming freshman and returning sophomores, juniors and seniors, it’s not to late to sign up for JV Boys Tennis. Tennis is a no-cut program, and the coaches will work with athletes on beginning skills and proper technique to get you playing tennis.   Questions? Be sure to contact Coach

Tennis Takes 4th in Fowlerville

Boys Varsity Tennis took fourth place at the Fowlerville Invitational on August 24th.  To see match scores for the players, see below.   Singles Matches  Austin Miller: won two of 3 matches Connor Mears: won 2 out of 3 matches Doubles Matches Alex Vettraino & Ben Hawkes: won 2 out of 3 Nick Foster &

JV Boys Tennis Takes on South Lyon

On Monday August 21, Hartland’s Boys JV  Tennis took on South Lyon and scored the following: #1 Doubles – Parker Thomas and Gabe Pillen won 8-1 #2 Doubles – Hunter Gogoleski and Brayden Degrand bagled South Lyon 8-0 #3 Doubles – Ben Gonzalez and Isaac Griebe came from being down two games to win 8-6

Hartland Tennis Takes on South Lyon

Hartland Boys Tennis played at South Lyon High School first match today today . Singles players Corey Haskins , Anthony Bosio , Austin Daniels all had victories Doubles teams Andrew Ruff / Ben Hawkes , Jake Housman/ Nick Foster, Caden F/T / Mathew Celini, Colin Ford / Brian Simmons , Owen Tithof/ Brendan Milliken also