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Spring 2018 Spirit Wear Order

Spring Spirit Wear Order  Sale Deadline Date:  April 3rd Estimated Ship Date:  May 3rd This is a Team Order. Orders will not go into production until the order deadline date. Orders are estimated to deliver 4 weeks after the deadline date (pending product availability) We cannot accept returns or exchanges on screen printed or embroidered

Hartland Softball Easter Ham Sale!

Help support Hartland Softball! Hartland Softball is teaming up with Dearborn Sausage to offer their famous Dearborn Hams… just in time for Easter! Ordering your Easter Ham could not be easier. Just fill out the form below, submit your payment, and pick up your ham on the delivery date. NO WAITING IN LONG LINES AT THE

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

Varsity Boys Bowlers repeat as KLAA Division Champs!

The Hartland Varsity Boys team rose to the top of their KLAA division for the second year in a row.  Great job, guys! Back row:  Nick Glover, Tim Howes, Max Ostapchuk Front row:  Noah McClure, Evan Griffin, Maverik Snider, Michael Barlette Coach Bryan Howes The season had a rocky start.  The KLAA was reshuffled and

Good Friends (and Medals!) Soothe at the Heart Breaker Bakers

Hartland JV-A took second at the annual Bowl Swami Heartbreaker Baker tournament held Saturday, February 10th.  This tournament shakes things up a bit as bowlers compete in mixed teams of four or five.  Hartland sent four teams – two Varsity and two Junior Varsity.  Hartland Varsity A took fourth in their division.  Congrats to both!

Hartland Bowling Celebrates Seniors!

Tonight was Senior Night as Hartland Bowling wrapped up the regular season at home vs. Northville.  Twelve bowlers will graduate this year and will be missed by their teammates, though maybe not their opponents! Our seniors are: Back Row:  Frank Dziadosz, (Coach Bob Brewer) Max Ostapchuk, Robert Goldsmith, Michael Barlette, Nick Glover, Tim Howes, Evan

What has been happening in the world of Hartland Bowling?

The season has been rolling merrily along.  The Varsity Boys team took 4th place at the Battle of the Bakers in Battle Creek, Michigan on Sunday, January 14th.  The team is made up of Max Ostapchuk, Tim Howes, Michael Barlette, Evan Griffin, Noah McClure, Nick Glover, and Maverik Snider and is coached by Bryan Howes. 

The Hartland Bowling Season Resumes: First up, Brighton

The Hartland Bowling teams faced their first conference opponent of the season this week, a familiar foe named Brighton.  The bowling season started out with five crossover matches in December.  Over the remainder of the season, the teams will bowl the five KLAA conference teams. The Varsity Boy’s team entered the New Year with a

‘Tis the Season for Crossovers!

December is crossover season for bowling.  The KLAA now has two divisions – Black and Gold.  The Black Division is made up of Salem, Westland John Glenn, Wayne Memorial, Canton and Plymouth.  The Gold Division includes Hartland, Howell, Northville, Novi, Brighton and Grand Blanc. Hartland has bowled three of the five teams from the Black

Varsity Bowler Michelle Thompson Commits to Aquinas College

The Hartland Bowling Program is proud to announce our first athlete to sign a letter of intent to bowl in college:  Michelle Thompson. Thompson started her bowling career in local youth leagues over ten years ago.   Her drive and dedication put her on the Girls Varsity team all four year of high school.  Her average

Bowling Season Announcement

The new bowling season is here, our updates and information meeting is set for Tuesday Nov. 7th at 7pm in room #501. This meeting will cover everything you need for the season including but not limited to: Tryout Dates Fees Schedules – Meets and Tournaments Fundraising Updated Rules and Regulations Any NEW athletes interested in joining