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A Record Setting Night by Chris Rogotzke

The varsity baseball team went on an offensive explosion last night against the Spartans of Springport. The Comets jumped to early lead scoring seven runs in the first inning and didn’t lose sight of victory for the rest of the game. The Spartans (0-18, 0-2) were able to get on the board early scoring three

JV Baseball Wins Again

HH – 24 Springport – 2 W/P – Preston Reiff Preston Reiff was solid on the mound, pitching 4 innings with 4 strikeouts, 2 base on balls while only allowing 2 hits.  The bats stayed hot with Ty Gumper getting 5 hits including 2 doubles, while Connor Johnson, Dino Deliyanne, Cameron Sherman had 3 hits.  Brigger Gibbs and Deliyanne had a

Girls Soccer Gets Huge Win Against Blissfield

The Hanover Horton girls soccer team handed Blissfield their first loss of the season. After a well played scoreless first half, the comets regrouped and scored 4 goals in the second. This was the comets second shutout of the season. Alexis French had 10 saves, and Kelsey Irvine had 3. 2 goals were scored by

He May Be New, but you’d Never Know! by Talore Ellis

Hudson James Ellis, a freshman at Hanover-Horton High School, has been active in sports for as long as he can remember. Whether he’s bowling, golfing, swimming, or playing soccer, there isn’t a season where you won’t find Hudson contributing to his team. Although now retired from soccer and swimming, this year was Hudson’s first year

Another Win for Boys Track by Lindsey Burdette

The boy’s track and field team competed at Vandercook Tuesday, April 24th in a triple meet with Addison. The boys team battled wind and cold to put up some good times. The boy’s team easily won the meet with the help of many big contributors. A big contributor in the distance area was Junior, Bryce

Comets finish 1-1 in Chris Brian Invitational by Nathan Dennison

Hanover-Horton held its second annual Chris Brian Memorial tournament this past Saturday. The comets invited Colombia Central, Monroe St. Mary’s Catholic and Jackson Christian to come and honor the game of baseball and Chris Brian. This event is dedicated to him because he was a commonly known three sport athlete at Hanover-Horton who was killed

Softball Preview by Nicole Cornstubble

The 2012 softball team is looking forward to a great rebuilding year for the future. There are five returning players and only two of them are seniors. “We have a very young team this year,” says senior, Stefvany Miller. This year their coach, Jon Fenstermaker is looking to build for the years to come and

Varsity Softball Wins Big by Talore Ellis

Wednesday night concluded to be an easy win for the Hanover Horton softball players. In the first game, doubling Michigan Center, Comets won with a score of 10 to 5. With this lead, they only became more confident. In the second game, Hanover demonstrated their softball abilities by ending the game in the third inning

MS Track Beats Addison

Hanover-Horton girls Middle School Track team went to Addison Wednesday and defeated the competition 86.25 to 41.75.  1st place finishers included Tayah Schuette in the 3200 run and 1600 run, Kayla Burmis in the high jump, Rachel Childs in the 800, Mindi Walker in the 100, Alexis Brockie in the 70 and Ryann Allison in

JV Baseball Beats Michigan Center

Game #1 HH – 13 MC – 1 5 innings W/P – Austin Jones Another gritty performance by Austin Jones on the mound pitching his way to another run shortened game giving up 1 run, 1 hit, while striking out 4 and only giving up 2 base on balls.  Great hitting by Ty Gumper with 3 hits