Tartan High School’s football team had the luxury of opening the season with back-to-back home games. Now that week three has arrived, the Titans will get their first chance to head out on the road.
The Tartan Area Youth Hockey Association is holding an open house to help get everyone back in the hockey mood as the upcoming season approaches. The open house is Sunday, Sept. 11 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Tartan Arena.
With week one in the books, the Review area high school football teams have an idea of what works and what needs to be worked on more.
Following a sixth-place finish in the conference meet a year ago, the Tartan High School boys cross country team is looking for a marked improvement this season.
The calendar might say August but autumn is on the minds of plenty of people this week, especially anyone associated with high school sports.
USA Hockey started the “2 and 2 Challenge” last year to guide youth hockey associations in order to drive participation at the 8-and-under age group.
The evening of July 14 wasn’t the greatest for a cookout weather-wise, but the reason for the one held at the Tartan High School stadium that night made it worthwhile.
Each year, the high school baseball and football all-star events are held on the same weekend. Between the two events, both District 622 high schools had players participating this year.
For a team that blew away most of its opponents in the regular season, Tartan High School boys lacrosse proved adept at rallying during the post-season.
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