Hanover-Horton Girls Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 12 - 14
  • Conference Record: 5 - 6

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Softball Weekend Recap

On Saturday, the Varsity Softball team defeated Stockbridge, 14 to 5 in the first round of the Al Glick Softball Classic. In the second game, the Comets lost to eventual champion Lumen Christi 10 to 0. In the consolation game, Manchester defeated H-H 8 to 3. For the day, Stefvany Miller had 8 hits and

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

Varsity Softball Weekend Summary

On Saturday, the Varsity softball team finished 4th in the Chris Brian Invitational.  In pool play, the Comets lost to Sand Creek, 10 to 6, and defeated Rudyard 8 to 5.  In the consolation game for 3rd place, H-H fell to Columbia Central by a score of 7 to 0.  For the day, Brittany Lucas,

Varsity Softball Loses to EJ

On Wednesday, the Varsity softball team dropped a doubleheader to East Jackson by scores of 7 to 5 and 13 to 7.  In the first game H-H led 5 to 3 in the bottom of the 6th inning before East Jackson scored 4 times to put the game away.  Kylee Ackley led the Comets with

JV Softball Opens with BIG Wins

The Hanover-Horton High School girls JV softball team started out there season with two dominant wins over East Jackson. In the first game the Comets won with a score of 11-1 mercy game in the sixth inning. Mallory Clemet, a freshman starting her first game, led the Comets with a great first outing only giving

Inspirational Athlete by Kellie Heiler

Stefvany Miller, 17, is a senior at Hanover-Horton High School. Stefvany isn’t just another student at Hanover; she is a role model to many and inspires a lot of people. She is the daughter of Doug and Sue Miller. Stefvany plays a role in playing sports. She is a great athlete and never gives up.