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Judy Rector leads 12 Comets Runners in All-County Recognition

Congratulations to the following Cross Country runners for earning All County recognition at the Jensen Run on Saturday:  Judy Rector (1), Hunter Miller (3), Andy Swihart (6), Garrett Melling (7), Reagan Fazekas (8), Noah Flint (8), Logan Shepherd (10), Richard Haislip (11), Donovon Kennedy (13), Dean Reynolds (15), Clara Rector (17) and Krissy Johnson (25).

Volleyball Sweeps East Jackson

The Hanover-Horton volleyball team completed their conference schedule by beating East Jackson in 3 straight games; 25-10, 25-17, and 25-18. The Comets are 6-1 heading into next weeks conference tournament at Michigan Center on Thursday. The Lady Comets will open up with Grass Lake starting at 4:30. The JV Lady Comets also defeated East Jackson

MS Volleyball

The 7th grade volleyball team played a great match at home Tuesday night and came away with the victory against Addison. Scores for sets were 21–11, 19-21, 21-7. The Comets play their last match Wednesday night against Michigan Center. 8th grade defeats Addison tonight 21-6, 21-14, 21-10. LAST MATCH OF THE SEASON TOMORROW VS. MC! Come out and make it a great one!

Soccer Team Advances Past Lumen

The boy soccer team beat Lumen Christi 5-4 in district play.  Carson Sanders, Stephen Southern, Sam York and Brogan Brockie (2 goals) all scored goals.  The team plays at Columbia Central on Thursday in the next round of district competition.

MS Comets Cross Country at Jensen

The Hanover-Horton Middle School Cross Country team competed Saturday at Ella Sharp Park in the J. Chris Jensen Invitational against several area schools.  The boys team finished 3rd and the girls team finished 5th.  Rogan Melling was 1st in the boys race and Evan Shepherd 9th to medal, also scoring for the boys team was Andy Carpenter,

Comets Fall to Manchester

The Hanover-Horton Comets fell behind 13-0 early to Manchester and never could get get the lead back falling to Manchester 27-12. Frank Bird scored on a 1-yard run in the first quarter and Randy Frailey had a 64 yard run for the Comets points. Garrett Gumper was 8-14 on the night for 97 yards. Frailey