Huron Valley Lutheran Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Winter Sports Banquet – Tuesday, March 19 – 6:30 p.m. at HVL

HVL will hold its Winter Sports Banquet on Tuesday, March 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the gym to honor the Winter Sports teams and their accomplishments.  The cost is $10 per family to help with expenses related to the chicken dinner, and we ask that you RSVP with a count and payment in the school office by

JV Girls Finish Season 12-1

Congratulations to the JV Girls Basketball team for finishing the season 12-1!  The team included: (front row) Naomi Foley, Annika Van Loton, Zoey Glasel, Alyssa Lemke (back row) Coach Richard Cording, Alexis Schliewe, Madelynn Wellday, Lilia Kasten, Kate Beckerman, Coach Karen Stockdale.

Girls Varsity Defeat Lutheran High Westland; Boys Varsity Fall

HVL Girls Varsity 48 – Lutheran High Westland 38 The Hawks pressure defense forced some early turnovers allowing them to jump out to a 16-7 lead at the end of the first quarter.  Baskets were traded in the second quarter with Lutheran High Westland trimming the Hawks lead to seven at the half, 25-18. That

JV Teams Split with Lutheran High Westland

JV Girls 25 – Lutheran High Westland 20 The Hawks trailed by two at the end of the 1st quarter, but stingy defense held the opponent scoreless in the 2nd quarter allowing the Hawks to take the lead into halftime, 12-7.  The third and fourth quarters saw the teams trade baskets as the Hawks went

JV Girls Defeat Lutheran High Westland

JV Girls 27 – Lutheran High Westland 25 The game was as close as the score indicated.  The Hawks fell behind early 6 to 2 at the end of the first quarter.  The Hawks rallied back in the second quarter to take a one point lead at halftime 11-10.  The home team regained the lead

Girls Varsity and JV Victorious in Season Opener

The Hawks girls basketball teams went on the road for their season opener to Greenhills, and both left victorious. Girls Varsity 37 – Greenhills 22 Balance and consistency were key to helping the Hawks open the season with the win at Greenhills. The Hawks outscored their opponent in each quarter 8-4, 12-9, 8-3, 9-6 en