Hartland Girls Varsity Golf

  • Overall Record: N/A
  • Conference Record: N/A

rss_feed Latest News

Girls Golf takes on Canton

on Tuesday Canton visited Hartland Glen for a KLAA Dual match.  The Hartland girls walked away with a school record 155-219 win.  This brings our league record to 2-2 with 3rd ranked Plymouth coming in to Hartland Glen on Thursday.  Our previous record of 158 was set back in 2007 vs. Pinckney at Hartland Glen.

Girls Golf Update

At our match today vs. Northville, we shot our 3rd best score ever with a 165.  But it wasn’t good enough to overcome a red hot #1 State Ranked Northville squad who shot a blistering school record 148!  That puts our league record at 1-2 with our next Division rival Plymouth Canton coming to Hartland

Girls Golf Dual Match Results

On Thursday 9/6. Hartland’s girls golf team won their first dual match of the season against Howell by the score of 199-241.  Leading scorers for Hartland were Gabbi Reed 47, Megan Wallon 47, Ryan Bordeaux 51, and Allison Schram 54. On Friday 9/7. Hartland’s girls golf team played at the Farmington Invitational at Glen Oaks

KLAA Pre-Season Golf Tournament Results

Today at the KLAA Pre-season girls golf tournament, the Hartland girls shot a very solid team score of 329 which was good enough for 3rd place.  The girls played very well again but it wasn’t enough to overtake tournament winner Northville who shot 318.  Brighton placed 2nd with a 328.   Individual Scores: Sydney Bradford 

Girls Golf Honors

Congratulations to our golf team for the following honors! All-State Academic Team (the criteria for this award is awarded to girls who participated in Regionals) Honorable Mention All-State Golfer was awarded to Sydney Bradford All County 1st team awarded to Sydney All County 2nd team awarded to Sammi Behen, Audrey Brown, and Violet Sinishtaj All

2017 All-Livingston County girls golf team

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 1:56 p.m. ET Nov. 16, 2017 Heather Fortushniak and Annie Pietila of Brighton are Co-Golfers of the Year on the All-Livingston County team. Bill Khan (Photo: Gillis Benedict/Livingston Daily) AUTUMN BLANEY School: Brighton Grade: Junior Achievements: Averaged 82.1 for 18 holes and 40.6 for nine holes. Shot 72 in the second round of the season-opening

Girls Golf Success!

Congratulations to the girls’ golf team as they finished the season ranked 10th in the state.  They also were Academic All-State as a team for the 3rd year in a row.  Congratulations girls!

State Bank athlete of the week

    (Senior) Amanda Maga, from our Varisty Volleyball team. Amanda is a senior libero and defensive specialist.  This week against John Glenn Amanda had 13 digs, and 3 aces.  She also had 16 digs against Stevenson in addition to 2 aces.    (Junior) Jordan Piatek, from our Varsity Girls Golf team.  In our only event

Brighton wins golf regional, Hartland also qualifies for state tournament

Bill Khan, Livingston DailyPublished 4:36 p.m. ET Oct. 12, 2017 | Updated 8:55 a.m. ET Oct. 13, 2017 (Photo: Jim Jagdfeld)   BRIGHTON — Talent has never been an issue for Brighton golfer Annie Pietila. Following in the footsteps of two older sisters, Pietila stepped right into a strong varsity lineup as a freshman two years

State Bank Athletes of the Week

    (Senior) Brady Walker, from our Varsity Boys’ Soccer team.  The Senior Co-captain led Hartland to two KLAA wins over Grand Blanc and Wayne Memorial scoring four goals and adding an assist.    (Senior) Sammi Behen, from our Varsity Girls’ Golf team.  On Monday at the Jim Sander Memorial Tournament held at Prestwick Country Club, Sammi