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Athletes Stay Active at Home

During this unprecedented time, I find it important to hope for best case scenarios while understanding possible worst case ones. With that in mind, I can see a best case scenario exist that we are back in school after our normal spring break. Athletics may happen quickly after that. Please take into account that working

All Winter Sports are Suspended Immediately

The MHSAA has suspended all winter tournaments effective Thursday afternoon. The MHSAA will re-evaluate the situation and provide press releases as updates warrant. This means that the boys district final game scheduled for tomorrow against Homer at Concord is postponed. The MHSAA ban does not affect practice so spring sports and basketball may continue to

Sundance Employment Opportunities | Presented by VNN

We’re excited to welcome Sundance as a continued, official partner of the Comets athletic website!  WHO THEY ARE: Sundance is a Taco-Bell franchisee owner, owning & operating 175 restaurants in the United States! They are looking to grow & improve their team, focusing on customer experience & employee engagement. Basic perks include: Free meal per shift

Alexander State Champion Bowler

Kassidy Alexander became the second Hanover-Horton bowler to win a state championship Saturday at Royal Scot lanes in Lansing.  Kassidy had to qualify for matchplay and then defeated 5 different girls in winning the state championship. Way to go!

Comets End Regular Season With Route of Manchester

The Hanover-Horton Comets wrapped up their regular season with a 91-64 victory at Manchester Thursday evening giving the Comets a 19-1 record and perfect 14-0 in Cascades Conference. Hot shooting led the Comets as they scored 31 points in the 1st quarter. Luc Laketa had 23 points, Mitch Sauber 19, Bryce Sanders 14, Jack Brockie

Comets Boys End Home Season Routing Center; Girls Fall in Districts

The Hanover-Horton Comets had 8 seniors play their last home game Monday night against rival Michigan Center and the Comets came out blazing, taking a 10-1 lead en route to a 79-47 victory. The first shot of the night was an oman of things to come as Jack Brockie nailed a 3-pointer off the left wing.