Hartland Girls Freshman Volleyball

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ICYMI: VOLLEYBALL CAMP 2019

Hartland summer volleyball camp hosted by Irick Gardner, Head Men’s Volleyball Coach at Judson University in Illinois. Both boys and girls of all skill levels are encouraged to sign up! You do not have to be a Hartland student to attend. Who: Girls and Boys Grade 7th-12th When: July 9th-11th Girls: 9-12pm and Boys 1-4pm

Volleyball Pre-tryout Meeting: June 6

Important informational pre-tryout meeting for incoming 9th-12th grade players and parents will be on Wednesday, June 6th from 5-7pm in the High School media center.  Informational packets will be distributed highlighting dates, events, summer training opportunities etc.  Coaching staff will also be available to answer any questions you might have about the upcoming season.  If you can

Hartland Volleyball Makes Academic All-State!

  Wanted to share with you that the varsity volleyball team has earned MIVCA Team Academic All State award.  Teams can earn this award with a 3.30 grade point average or better. This award shows how hard they each work both on the court and in the classroom

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

State Bank Athlete of the Week Sept. 11- 17

September 11th – 17th, 2017 (Senior) Sylvia L’Esperance – Volleyball     (Senior) Sylvia L’Esperance, co-captain for our Varsity Volleyball team.  She has been playing a large role in our games thus far in our season as an outside and right side hitter.  This past week she was able to record 13 kills, 12 total digs

2017 Livingston County volleyball preview:

Anthony Odoardi, Livingston DailyPublished 12:26 p.m. ET Aug. 17, 2017 | Updated 12:43 p.m. ET Aug. 17, 2017 (Photo: Gillis Benedict/Livingston Daily) With two new coaches to the county’s top two programs, one conference switch and a reshuffling of another, and a sleeper team that just might end up taking the title of best in the