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Haslett Lacrosse finishing strong

Haslett Lacrosse finishing strong

Story: Grant Rhodes and Ben Bird

May 26, 2017

The Haslett/Williamston boys lacrosse team has been proving critics wrong and performing at a high level. The team is currently 10-7 with key wins coming against South Lyon at the beginning of the season, and rival DeWitt which put the team in a chance for first place in the league. One facto...

Haslett bowlers sweep through CAAC singles

Story: Cassidy Wolf, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

The stale smell of resin and freshly oiled lanes filled Royal Scott bowling alley on Saturday Feb. 11. Check-in began at 8 am and bowlers from all over the region dragged their bowling bags through the automatic sliding doors. Approximately 150 high school bowlers, both male and female, held their hea...

Lacrosse Conditioning

Story: Leah Winston, Staff Writer

March 2, 2017

Boys and girls lacrosse are preparing for their upcoming spring season. Girls lacrosse started conditioning in the late fall and have workouts monday and wednesday each week. “We’ve been pushing pretty hard,” junior Jackie Duckett said. “Our coach is a trainer at Flex City in downtown Lansi...

Haslett boys tennis wins 6th straight leagues and regional titles

Story: Zak Hanson, Staff Writer

November 26, 2016

The 2016 Haslett High School Boys Tennis Team won its sixth straight league and regional championship. The team went 11-1-1 in overall matches. And the doubles team of seniors Nick Radecki and Gokul Murali made it to the state semifinals. Senior Captain Jake Michaud said “ Our season was a 100 percen...

Young cross country teams grow

Story: Jackie Palmer, Staff Writer

November 26, 2016

As the Haslett High School cross country teams wrapped up their season, some top performers were announced. Top runners for the boys are Brad McMahon and Stephen Henry. The top runners for the girls are Lidia Clarizio and Amanda Young. There are a lot of strong runners for both the boys and the...

Defensive force

Story: Zak Hanson, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

It’s rare for an underclassman to be on a varsity sports team, but sophomore Aj Salazar made the cut and was a standout the entire season. Salazar has been playing soccer since the HYRA days in kindergarten. “I realized that I had a tremendous love for soccer when was 7 years old,” said Salazar,...

Loss of seniors challenges team

Story: alyssa jackson, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016

Loss of good players on teams is never an easy transition and can affect the way the teams play for years to come. But with the talent of returning players and good coaches anything can happen. The girls and boys varsity basketball teams are both feeling the heat from the loss of seniors from last season....

Wrestling team already hitting the mats

Story: Domion Perez, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016

The Haslett High School wrestling team has already started preparing for the winter season. There are practices every Tuesday and Thursday 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. The team also plans on hosting a “hammer boot camp” for all the wrestlers and anyone else interested in coming out for the wrestling team this...

Haslett varsity football takes on DeWitt

Story: Annisa Whims, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016

The Haslett High School Viking football team faces off against their rivals at DeWitt tonight, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. DeWitt has a strong team this year with and comes into the game with a 4-1 winning record. The Vikings are sure to give this game they're all competing against their rival. These two schools ...

Arguable calls cause society to question referee neutrality

Arguable calls cause society to question referee neutrality

Story: Kyle Looney, Staff Writer

June 6, 2016

Before the Haslett-Williamston boys varsity lacrosse saw a last second goal by Williamston junior Logan Fenech called off, the boys were already rushing onto the field with excitement. But the referees let the April 14 play go without stopping to reset. Waverly took the ball out of the crease and ran...

Vogelsang shines in not just drama and school, but athletics

Vogelsang shines in not just drama and school, but athletics

Story: Conner Heinz, Staff Writer

June 6, 2016

To most, senior Hannah Vogelsang is known as a star on the stage and in the classroom. She has starred in five musicals and two plays in her high school career, including the leading role of Belle in this year’s “Beauty and the Beast.” She is also one of the few seniors to boast a 4.0 GPA putting...

Haslett girls varsity soccer battles Dewitt

Story: Katelyn Lee, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

Cloudy skies, muddy fields was the setting for the Haslett Varsity Girls Soccer game against rival Dewitt on Mon, May 2. The tone for the game was set, our team had doubters when facing the powerful Dewitt Soccer team. The team as a whole began the game with an explosive fire in them, stacking up to the tal...

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