Concussions are a growing problem in sports

Travis Waker and Travis Waker

October 19, 2013

By Staff Writer: Travis Waker Concussions continue to be a growing problem in any sport including, football, hockey and, even baseball. They are also a problem at any age, or grade level; even professional athletes suffer from dreaded head injuries. According to http://www.neurosurgery.pitt.edu, 300,000...

HHS swim team wins invitational

Kate Bauer, Staff Writer

September 25, 2013

By Staff Writer: Kate Bauer Howell High School’s women’s varsity swim and dive team started the season with a splash as they swam their way to victory at the annual Kenzie Klassic Invitational at Parker Middle School on August 24. Finishing with a final score of 309, the team took down the four other competin...

Athletic training raises the bar with a new program

Danielle Hamilton, Sports Editor

September 24, 2013

By Sports Editor: Danielle Hamilton How successful a team is over the course their season is not always decided by their record. Success is often measured by how much a team improves. The Howell High School athletic department has recently adopted a new program to assist athletes on improving their performance and ability. Athletic director, Dan Hutchenson, has ...

Howell Football off to a promising start despite recent loss

James Edwards, Staff Writer

September 24, 2013

By Staff Writer: James Edwards While the autumn air fluctuates from cool to warm, the Howell High School football team is playing in mid-season form. The Howell Highlander boys football team started off the season with a 3-1 start, with wins over Sterling Heights Stevenson, Livonia Franklin, and the always pesky Hartland...

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