Athletics Department | Brighton High School Sports Teams | Information


7878 Brighton Rd.
Brighton, MI 48116
Phone: 810-299-4184

Athletic Director: John Thompson
Athletic Assistant: Connie Zaske
Trainer: Lisa Drzewicki

Conference: Kensington Lakes Activities Association
Nickname: Bulldogs
School Colors: Orange & Black
The Brighton Interscholastic Athletics program will work cooperatively with the academic instructional program to contribute in the development of self-governing adults. The athletic programs through their structure, integrity, and success will inclusively offer opportunities to all students and members of our communities to benefit from the values of "Brighton InterSCHOLASTIC Athletics".

Physical form required by BAS for all 2014-2015 sports!
Attention: Please click here to get the new physical and consent form.
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” The Brighton Bulldogs Nation “

The Brighton Bulldogs Nation is a new online sports magazine dedicated to Brighton High School athletics. Articles, photos and videos of sporting events can be submitted by students, staff, parents and other adults for consideration of publication. Submissions may include a short article about a recent game, video clip or photos from a game, story of interest, or relevant happenings in a sport at BHS. Pictures, videos and articles can be submitted via email to brightonbulldogsnation@gmail.com
. Please share this opportunity with your student athletes. Submissions are necessary for the successful launch of this publication. Thank you in advance for your support!

Andrew Boskovich


Brighton Baseball Fall Classic Golf Outing

Dear Brighton Baseball Supporters and Alumni,

We are excited to announce the 3rd Annual Brighton Baseball Fall Classic Golf Outing on Sunday, September 7th, 2014! This year’s outing will be held at Moose Ridge Golf Course in South Lyon. Check-in time is no later 1:30pm; golf will begin with a shotgun start shortly after check-in. This will be a scramble format with teams of 4 players.

The cost is $90.00 per golfer which includes 18 holes of golf, driving range, carts, box lunch (12:45-1:30), and dinner following your round (chicken, salad, pasta). There will be a beverage cart on the course and cash bar in the clubhouse. A silent auction will also be taking place during the golf outing to support the Brighton Baseball Program.

CLICK HERE FOR INFO / FLYER / REGISTRATION FORM


Brighton Area Schools has begun using an on-line payment system.

Dear Scranton and B.H.S. Parents of Student Athletes,

As some of you may know or have already experienced Brighton Area Schools has begun using an on-line payment system called “payforit.net”. Brighton Athletics will now be doing all of its Pay to Participate and Transportation fees via “payforit.net” beginning this fall season. This should be a great time saver for parents, coaches, and our clerical staff as well! Likewise you will also be able to pay for any of your student’s non-athletic school registration expenses such as parking, yearbook, sports passes etc. If you have more than one student they can all be setup on the same account for easy tracking.

To set up your family’s account you will need the following:

  • A valid email address
  • A credit card or ACH Check information
  • Your Child’s student identification number (listed in Parent Connect – Local ID)
  • There is a one day waiting period before your account is activated

To get started enter or click this link:

https://www.payforit.net/

The windows for payment will be as follows:

B.H.S. – Fall Sports Payment window opens Monday, 8/25/14 & CLOSES – Friday 9/12/14 @ 12:00am

S.M.S. – Fall Sports Payment window opens Friday, 9/12/14 & CLOSES – Friday 9/26/14 @ 12:00am

Please note that as with most all on-line payment systems there is a convenience fee of 3.5% on credit cards or $1.75 for Electronic Checks and is automatically built into your total. As in the past if your student receives free or reduced lunch athletic fees will be waived. Also, if your family is experiencing an unexpected financial challenge please contact me and I will work with you to ensure that your child is provided the opportunity to participate.

We are looking forward to another great school year in our classrooms as well as another outstanding year of Brighton Athletics. Thank you, and as always…Go Dogs!


Brighton Athletics is pleased to announce its new Program Head Coach for Boys Golf!

Brighton Athletics is pleased to announce Mr. Sean Mulligan as its new Program Head Coach for Boys Golf

Click here to view Mr. Sean Mulligan’s resume and golf background.


Brighton Athletics is pleased to announce its new Head Coach for Equestrian!

Brighton Athletics is pleased to announce Ms. Julie Fleming as its new Head Coach for Equestrian.

Bio of Julie Fleming

Julie Fleming is a horse enthusiast with 30+ years experience. She is a Michigan native whose experience includes numerous aspects of equestrian sport including individual competition, breeding, judging, show management, clinic organization, 4-H leadership and organizational management.

Julie served as the President of the Utah Dressage Society for two years when she lived out West. During her stint in that role, Julie organized schooling shows, clinics and annual awards banquets. She also was the volunteer coordinator for all events put on by the organization. Upon returning to Michigan, Julie was elected to the Board of the Midwest Dressage Association (MDA) where she again participated in organizing schooling shows and other dressage related events. Julie currently serves on the Board of Directors of the MDA and is the Membership Director.

Since her return to Michigan, Julie has devoted her attention to working with youth within the Michigan 4H program. Julie has been an approved 4H and Open Show Judge for the State of Michigan since 2003 and in that role she judges youth pleasure, gymkhana and dressage at 4-H, Open and Equestrian Team shows.

Julie is also a certified instructor and stable manager by the American Riding Instructor’s Association (ARIA) and has taught at the Girl Scout Camp in Howell, Michigan. She has presented at the Michigan Judges and Show Managers Conference, participated in revisions to the 4-H rule book, organized youth clinics, and has judged at the 4-H State Show and at Regional Equestrian Team Championships.

In 2013 Julie started a boarding and training business called True North Equestrian Center which is presently based in south central Michigan. The Center specializes in dressage and currently has several horses in training and multiple students who are successfully competing in both English and Western disciplines. The business web site is www.truenorthequine.vpweb.com and testimonials from both show managers and clients can be found on the testimonials page. Julie’s most promising student to date is Ariel Filonczuk who began working with Julie when she was 12 years old. Ariel recently qualified at Second Level for the United States Dressage Federation Regional Championships to be held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Kentucky.


Brighton Athletics is seeking candidates for its Head Program Coach for Girls Lacrosse.

Brighton is looking for a leader to serve as its Head Program Coach for Girls Lacrosse. Interested parties please contact:

John Thompson, CMAA
High School Administrator
Brighton Area Schools
Direct: 810-299-4186
Fax: 810-2994188
E-mail: thompsj@brightonk12.com


Freshman Volleyball Coached needed!

Interested parties should contact and send materials to:

John Thompson, CMAA
High School Administrator
Brighton Area Schools
Direct: 810-299-4186
Fax: 810-2994188
E-mail: thompsj@brightonk12.com


Sports Physicals FYI

***IMPORTANT***
Brighton Area Schools Athletics
SPORTS PHYSICAL & CONSENT FORMS
WHAT IS NEEDED
2014-2015

All participants must have a current physical and consent of disclosure on file with the Athletic Department prior to any tryouts and must be dated on or after April 15, 2014

1. Clearance form must be signed, stamped and dated on or after April 15, 2014 by physician M.D., D.O., Physician’s Assistant, or Nurse Practitioner who administers the exam. Some physician’s offices are using their prospective forms that they have adapted. This is ok but need to make sure all info is the same as what is required on Brighton Area Schools form or MHSAA form.

2. Information & Consent – ALL must have filled out properly and signed in all places by parent/guardian and student.

3. Insurance – ALL students must have insurance per Brighton Board of Education policy. If they indicate none they must purchase school insurance. Forms are available from the Athletic Office.

4. The Athletic Office maintains a current list of those on file on a yearly basis. Lists are provided to each sports coach on the 1st day of practice or tryouts.

5. It is helpful if forms are submitted to the Athletic Office in advance of season start to cut down the last minute stresses of practice or tryouts.

6. Completed forms can be submitted via email to the Athletic Director or Athletic Assistant, fax copies to 810-299-4188 or turned into the Athletic Office. Emails & phone numbers can be found on the Athletic website godogs.org. The Athletic Office does not assume responsibility if form is turned into any other office or school. Coaches can accept them also but prefer not to handle the paperwork.

Physical/Waiver and insurance forms are available from the Athletic Department and any school office or click here to get the form now.


Greetings to the Bulldog Family,

It is with great pleasure that I welcome all of you to what I am confident is going to be an outstanding year for Bulldog Athletics! Brighton InterSCHOLASTIC Athletics truly is for everyone. You do not have to be a player or a coach to be part of the Bulldog Family. All you really have to do is want to get involved. Whether you are a parent, a sponsor, a member of the best band in the land, or just a fan in the stands; you are an important part of the great tradition that is, Brighton Athletics!

Sportsmanship is a priority at Brighton! For this reason I remind each Bulldog family member to remember that your actions reflect upon us all, so let's keep it "Loud, Proud, & Positive" when cheering for the DOGS!

Thank you for your past, present and future support of Brighton InterSCHOLASTIC Athletics

NCAA
Attention:
  • Those planning to enroll this fall need to request final amateur certification at this time. If you have selected this fall as your enrollment period, you must first log in to your account and migrate your account to www.eligibilitycenter.org.

  • Official test scores must be sent from the testing agency using code 9999. Test scores that appear on a high school transcript will not be accepted.

  • Separate official transcripts for all high schools attended for grades nine through 12 must be sent to the Eligibility Center.

  • Prospective Student-Athletes A prospective student-athlete is someone who is looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or Division II institution in the future.
  • General Information (Including Eligibility Rules)
  • NCAA Eligibility Center
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