Sports Round- Up for Week of May 16

Soccer team in first place, baseball loses to Howell.



Hartland golf won one on the road against Grand Blanc with a score of 153- 158. Coach Nathan Oake says that his team is working towards their goal of consistency.

"Our guys played well today and earned a nice road victory," Oake wrote in an email to Hartland Patch. "We are getting close to playing at a level that can be competitive day in and day out. A win on the road at Grand Blanc is certainly a positive step toward that goal"

Hartland scores

  • Adam Firavich 36
  • Grant Klopfenstein 37
  • Austin Rivet 39
  • Chris McRae 41

Hartland will travel to Michigan State on Saturday for a 36-Hole East Lansing Invite.


Hartland Golf: 

Hartland 151- Grand Blanc 160 at Dunham Hills Golf Course. Hartland moves to 4-3 with the win.

Hartland scores

  • Grant Klopfenstein- 36
  • Adam Firavich- 37
  • Chris McRae- 38
  • Austin Rivet- 40


The girls team is currently in first place in the KLAA division with a 7-1 KLAA record and 14-2 overall, according to the Press & Argus. Beating Milford on Thursday or Howell on Friday will help the team win the division title for the first time in school history.


Hartland baseball lost to Howell on Tuesday in a double-header with score of 6-12 and 5-9, according to the Press and Argus.

Hartland Middle School Track

The Hartland Middle School track team competed against Scranton middle school on Tuesday. 

The Boys won 102 to 50 and girls won a very close meet 79 to 73 which came down to the last relay that Hartland girls won.    

Individual First place finishers for the girls were:

  • Mary K Dudek 55 Hurdles, 200 H, and 100 Run
  • Michelle Moraitis 1 Mile, 400 Run, 200
  • Sammy Sherba Shot Put
  • Kennedy Kuhlman Long Jump

Individual First place finishers for the Boys were:

  • Noah Kramer 2 Mile
  • Matt Gokey 800 & 400 Run
  • Jake Bokuniewicz 100
  • Logan Vish 70 Dash
  • Luke Cowan  200 Dash & Long Jump
  • Chris Bradbury Shot Put


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