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JV Volleyball Continues Streak

In an intensely fought match, the JV volleyball team maintained their undefeated conference record last night beating Manchester 20-25, 25-21, 15-9.  Dana Bigham and Abby Goodnough had 5 kills each and Alivia Demeuse added another 4.  Dana Bigham had 3 aces.  The team did a good job in transition to defeat the Flying Dutchmen.  The

Girls Golf Repeats As Conference Champions

For the third consecutive year, the Hanover-Horton girls golf team has defended its control of the Cascade Conference title.  The ladies dominated the seven team field winning by a substantial margin (55 strokes) en route to a perfect conference season.  Megan Klintworth was the overall conference champion with teammates Alyssa Fausneaucht, Emily Bristow, and Amanda

JV Volleyball Runner-Ups at Spring Arbor

The JV volleyball team lost in the Spring Arbor tournament finals Saturday against Concord bringing home the second place trophy.  It was their first appearance in a tournament final this year. The squad finished 2-1 in pool play defeating both Napoleon and Leslie and losing to eventual tournament champions Concord.  The team then went on

Goals Are Set for Hanover Horton Volleyball By Brittany Lucas

Hanover-Horton Varsity volleyball player, Madison Curl stated, “We’ve improved a lot since last season.”  The girls played their first conference game yesterday against East Jackson, starting their season 3-0.   The girls have played in a few tournaments. Madison announced, “We’ve won more games than what we expected too.” “We’re going to go further than last

The Quarterback of Hanover-Horton’s Varsity Volleyball Team By Marrissa Gibson

Hanover-Horton High School’s varsity volleyball player, Bree Martone, bumps, and sets for the spike to kill. The seventeen year old senior for Hanover has been playing the sport for eight years, and on her spare time she competes on Hanover’s basketball team. She has played for Hanover’s volleyball off season travel team, and for the Comets.

The Boys of Fall Back in Action By Nicole Bodell

The Comets just couldn’t pull off a win against the Yellow Jackets of Concord. Sophomore running back, Kyle Clark led the team with 56 rushing yards. Followed by Austin Kruger and Kevin Johnson, that had 31 rushing yards together.  “I think we will start coming together more as a team as the season goes by

Super Stroede By Keelie Schmidt

As a returning four year varsity runner, Bryce Stroede is ready to bring the heat to his fellow competitors. Being team captain this year, he helps the team by being a good leader and making everyone on the team the best they can be. He believes that the team comes first in every meet and

Flying High By Rachel Dennison

Ready… Set! Two words Lauryn uses all the time when she is cheering on the sidelines at the varsity football games. “I have been doing cheer my entire life,” said Lauryn Pulliam. “I plan on going to college to cheer.” Lauryn is one of the flyers that you see flying high at the football games

We’ve got spirit, how about you? By Cheyenne Jackson

She is one of the tallest, most spirited cheerleaders out on the field, making it just at 6’ tall and that cheerleader is Samantha Wrona. Her coaches are Sherri Luce and Mandie Causie. Sam is seventeen years old and explained that, “I feel cheerleading is about proving your skills and showing yourself you can do

Winning isn’t always getting first By Spencer Silveus

During the cross country race on September 5th at Springport our very own Bryce Strode led the group with a follower very close behind. There was over 25-30 schools that came to the Springport Invitational including Leslie, Concord, Michigan Center, and many more. The Springport 5K course was not easy it was full of hills