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Born To Play by Hunter Gillett

“My life revolves around Soccer.” says Halle Hobson, 16, of Hanover–Horton High School. Halle was born into the sport of soccer. Her dad, Jud, has played soccer his entire life, and he played in Germany with his Indiana All-Star Team. Halle says he was her motivation to start playing. Playing a sport and maintaining good

Track & Field Compete Well at Hillsdale College

The boys and girls track and field teams competed well last night at Hillsdale College for their first meet of the year. Strong performances and tremendous effort were two critical components to their success at the meet. For the boys team, Ryan Inman won his third consecutive shot put event with a new personal record

JV Baseball Wins BIG

The JV baseball had two huge wins last night against Onsted.  In the first game, the Comets won 10-0 in 5 innnings as Austin Jones pitched a perfect game.  Connor Johnson, Travis Lucas, and Jones each had 2 hits.  In the second game, the Comet bats exploded to 21 runs in the first inning.  The

Girls Soccer Wins Over Hillsdale

The girls soccer team beat Hillsdale 2 – 0 for our first victory and shutout of the season. Kalee Stringham scored both goals of the game. Outstanding team passing and aggressive defense allowed the girls to dominate the game. We outshot them 25 to 7.  Overall record is 1-1. Recap

Baseball Undefeated heading into Spring Break

The varsity baseball team traveled to Onsted last night and picked up a win in extra innings in game 1 by a score of 6-5.  The comets led 13-1 in game 2 before the game was called on darkness. Overall record is now 4-0. Recap

Track & Field Gets Ready for 1st Meet

The boys and girls track and field teams get ready to compete in their first meet of the year on Thursday, March 29th at Hillsdale College.  The meet will be an indoor meet and will include three other schools.  Both teams look forward to competing and reaching their goals.  If you are around Hillsdale, the

Jax’n Mix Presents “1 Penny for Every Gallon of Fuel”

Please support our local business One cent per gallon is their commitment beginning April 1……they sell about 800,000 gallons per year—do the math!!  It amounts to a LOT of money that will benefit the kids in our community.  Obviously this is a volume game….the more we buy, the more the athletic and band booster clubs

Megan Klintworth to represent Michigan PGA Junior Tour

Megan Klintworth has been selected to represent the Michigan PGA Junior Tour at the 2012 Ryder Cup Junior Academy this coming July.  She will get to travel to Florida where she will receive instruction at the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance.  She will be interacting on a daily basis with past Ryder Cup

Girls Soccer Lose Close Game with Grass Lake

The girls soccer team lost a hard fought game to Grass lake 3 -2. Our two goals were scored by Tara Rule and Megan Utter, both were assisted by Halle Hobson. Alexis French made a terrific save on a penalty kick in the second half. The team exhibited exceptional effort during the game. Brooke Antzak

Baseball Wins Big

The varsity baseball team got off to a tremendous start on Saturday against Jackson Christian in a make up game from Friday.  The Comets won both games in a convincing manner and only allowed one hit during the double header.  Great job boys! Recap