Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Walk-in registration takes place March 9 and 16 at Hartland Middle School.
Walk-in registration will take place for all returning and new HAYAA football players in grades first through eighth on Saturday, March 9 and Saturday, March 16 at the Hartland Middle School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. According to the HAYAA website, the price to play is $215 and $205 for each additional family member. A $200 deposit check is required for equipment and volunteer time – will not be cashed unless equipment is not returned and/or volunteer time not completed. Cash, check or credit cards accepted as registration payment but deposit must be made by check or cash only. According to the HAYAA website, any eighth grade football players interested in being a part of the Hartland High School Football program should visit www.…
Monday, February 11, 2013
Hartland racers Dylan Tierney takes third for the boys while Hannah Hasbrouck is runner-up for the girls.
Monday, February 11
By Danna Castillo The 2013 Michigan High School Boardercross State Finals were held at Alpine Valley on Friday. Teams from the East and West leagues in Michigan competed in some of the best snow conditions in the last two seasons, thanks to Winter Storm Nemo. There was no shortage of close races and big crashes. Several riders were taken off the course and taken to nearby Huron Valley hospital for crash related injuries. After Districts, Regional's and Individual Time trials Livingston County teams fared well. The West Division was able to qualify three teams in a five- team competition in both the Ladies and Boys divisions. In the Individual rounds for the Ladies, an all Livingston County finals took place. Riders from Pinckney, …
Friday, February 8, 2013
Sean Pengelly signed his letter of intent for Michigan Tech on Wednesday.
After changing his attitude, Hartland High School senior Sean Pengelly says he “decided” to be better after being one of the slowest runners in middle school. “I just kept working at it,” Pengelly said. “I was sick of being slow and I just worked at it more.” On Wednesday, Pengelly proved what hard work and a positive attitude could accomplish as he officially signed his letter of intent to run cross county for Michigan Tech. “I didn’t really think about running in college until the beginning of my junior year,” he said. “I really like the team aspect of it.” Hartland’s cross country coach, Matt Gutteridge says Pengelly’s chosen school will be a “right fit” for the young runner. “I am very proud of Sean and excited for him,” Gutteridge …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Hartland High School junior Austin Eicher also gets his 150th career win.
Thursday, February 7
By Danna Castillo Fresh off several KLAA Titles for the 2012-13 wrestling season (KLAA West Division, KLAA Lakes Conference, KLAA League and KLAA Individual Tournament Champions) and placing every single varsity wrestler in every single weight class at last weeks KLAA Individual Championships held at Eastern Michigan University, with four champions, the Hartland High School Wrestling team (30-1) seems to be staying focused with one goal in site. WIN. Hartland High School won their 13th District Title in a row on Wednesday night in front of a home crowd. Semi Finals: Finals: Hartland High School junior Austin Eicher also got his 150th Career Win. The Eagles travel to Walled Lake Central on Saturday, February 9 for the MHSAA Individual …
Signing their letters of intent together, seven Hartland soccer players commit to their chosen colleges.
After years of playing together, seven young soccer players signed their letters of intent together on Wednesday making them one of largest groups Hartland High School varsity soccer coach Andrew Kartsounes says he has seen in his years coaching. “I’m not sure we’ve had seven total in the years I’ve been around that have gone to the next level,” he said. “Just the number of them and the dedication to the sport is just fantastic.” During the letter signings, Hartland Athletic Director Jason Reck told the audience of family members that the seven young women had "made Hartland a better place." It was an exciting moment for the group of teammates and friends who began playing together eight years ago on their first travel soccer team. …
Friday, February 1, 2013
Post an announcement or photo on Patch to let us know if your student-athlete has made plans for college.
Friday, February 1
National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 6, is a big day for many student-athletes, and we would love for you to share their accomplishments on Hartland Patch. For some high school senior athletes, it's a day they make their college plans official. It's something to take pride in, and we would love to help parents, coaches and athletic directors spread the word. Patch has several ways in which you can share the news about student-athletes from Hartland High School. Start spreading the news today on Patch!
Monday, January 28, 2013
Hartland has four State qualifier racers in 2013.
Monday, January 28
By Danna Castillo The Hartland High School SBX Team (SBX= Boardercross or Snowboard racing) hopes to capture a District and Regional title on Monday and Thursday this week. Top Hartland riders for both the Mens and the Womens team have returned and continue to lead the way. 2013 State placers include: Some of the teams that compete each week at Mt. Brighton include Hartland, Pinckney, Howell and Brighton. For more pictures of the SBX team, check out our Pics & Clips gallery courtesy of Danna Castillo.
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Hartland senior Samantha Dibert has committed to Lourdes University for volleyball.
With her family and friends as witnesses and unable to contain her big grin, Hartland High School senior Samantha Dibert signed her Letter of Intent on Tuesday afternoon. The volleyball player has committed to play for Lourdes University in Ohio, a school that appealed to the Hartland senior because of its size and academic offerings. “They’re like their own little community,” Dibert said. “And I just wanted to know everybody and I didn’t want a big, huge school.” Recommended by her high school coach, Lourdes University volleyball coach Greg Reitz said it is Dibert’s athletic ability that makes her so appealing as a new addition to his team. “She can jump well and she has the potential to get better on some of the skills she hasn’t used as…
Saturday, December 8, 2012
Hartland High School raises more than $2,000 for the Wounded Warriors Project.
Hartland wrestlers battled it out on the mats Friday afternoon, helping to raise money for a good cause. Competing in front of their whole school in a spirit assembly/dual meet, the team welcomed Chippewa Hills while raising money to help support the Wounded Warriors Project. Each year, wrestling coach Todd Cheney picks an organization to raise money for, and this year, according to Atheltic Director Jason Reck, the charity that helps support returning veterans and their families was suggested. “This is a charity that’s very important to me as a veteran,” Reck said. “So I suggested it and he (Cheney) ran with it.” The fundraiser was a success, according to Reck, with Hartland raising more than $2,000 and Chippewa Hills donating $100 to the…
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Hartland's girl middle school program will be hosting lacrosse registrations at Ore Creek Middle School on January 15 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday, December 6, 2012
By Aaron Skomial Every year we have kids celebrating the joyful season of receiving gifts from Santa and family. They enjoy giving the gifts as well, but let’s be honest; most are really excited about receiving the gifts. So in light of the giving season what should every girl be asking for this season? Lacrosse equipment for the spring season! Okay, maybe not all girls have that at the top of their wish list, but I know a lot that do. Why is that? Last season our girls from Hartland High School made it to the State Championship game and brought a lot of excitement to our community. They played hard and came up a little short, but it wasn’t because they lacked effort. In July, the high school girls hosted a free clinic for K-8 players …