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    B.A.R.C. Cross County Ski Program

    B.A.R.C. Cross Country Ski Clinic #1 1/19/22 Go over basics of skiing and safety in the building and work on getting skis, boot and pole sizes down on paper and send the kids out to do a short lesson in groups. Head back into lodge and have snacks and hot cocoa exit building by 8pm Clinic #2 1/26/22 Get instructions from instructors and break into groups and head out on Bucks Run. Head back into lodge and have snacks and hot cocoa exit building by 8pm Clinic #3 2/2/22 Get instructions from instructors and break into groups and head out on Bucks Run. Head back into lodge and have snacks and hot cocoa exit building by 8pm Race Night 2/9/22 Kids will show up for race at 6pm to receive bibs, skis, boots, poles, and information for a 6:30pm event start. After the racers finish they will get a finisher medal, pizza, drink, goody bag with Metro park items and hot cocoa at the lodge. Rules: Ages K-8, but the small kids 6 and under should have a parent with them on the trail to assist with falls and lessens Limit of 40 kids Parents are welcome to participate in the evening lessons or ski on their own. They will just need to reserve their equipment at https://web1.myvscloud.com/wbwsc/mihuronclintonwt.... They will need to use the 5pm time slot on the reservation sheet and the sheets are not active until 7days before date of reservation Metroparks Daily or Annual park pass required Have kids arrive for clinics 10-15 minutes before the clinic to insure the have the most time on snow HAVE FUN!!
  • Bill Fleck Brighton Baseball Classic 2023

    Bill Fleck Brighton Baseball Classic June 9 – 11 Ages 9u, 11u, 13u and 14u June 16 – 18 Ages 8u, 10u, 12u, 15u and 16u Our tournaments are designed for community based teams Refund Policy: No Refund if a team elects to drop from the tournament. In the event that a tournament is cancelled, for any reason, the following refund policy shall apply: If a Team: - Does not play a game, the team will be given a credit - Plays one game, the team will be given a 50% credit - Plays in two or more games, the team will not be given any additional credit - Rules, schedules and maps will be emailed prior to the tournament Questions? Sharon Tullar my3sons@chartermi.net
  • Brighton Boys Travel Basketball

    Brighton Travel Basketball Our mission is to establish and improve each individuals social, academic and athletic behaviors and skills. We will emphasis the importance of teamwork and fundamentals on the basketball court along with the following:The value of individual excellence in the classroom The need to be respectful and a good citizen both athletically, personally and academically Individual and team growth through participation in Brighton Travel BasketballOrganization:Brighton Travel Basketball was formed during the 2003 season and established club officers, policies and procedures. The coaches and officers meet semi-annually to review these policies and procedures. In addition, the club proactively seeks assistance and input from local school coaches.Funding:Funding for Brighton Travel Basketball will come from player fees, our annual Brighton Spring Basketball Classic held each March, the winter BTB basketball clinic and any available fund raisers. These fees will offset the costs associated with gym rental, tournament entry fees, uniforms, and equipment. Players and/or parents who may be in need of financial assistance to meet the annual player fee should advise Brighton Travel Basketball. Every effort will be made to provide financial assistance to those players and/or parents who request and establish the need for financial assistance.Teams:Brighton Travel Basketball has been organized to create a competitive basketball environment for local area youths. Brighton Travel Basketball will hold annual tryouts each season in order to form new teams for the following grades: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th. The girls team tryouts are typically held in mid-September. The boys 4th-6th grade tryouts are typically held in early November and the boys 7th & 8th grade tryouts will be held in early December. The girls season starts in late September and depending on the age group of a team, the boy’s season typically runs from mid-November to the end of March. The 7th & 8th grade teams will not compete in games during the public middle school basketball seasons. Coaches for Brighton Travel Basketball Teams will be selected by the officers and previous season coaches, and will be reviewed annually
  • Brighton Youth Travel Baseball Tryout Information

    2022 - 2023 Brighton Travel Baseball Tryout Information Baseball July 23th & 24th Hawkins Elementary Baseball Tryouts - Age as of April 30th 700/player Includes: Uniforms Field prep/maintenance Umpire fees KVBSA registration Indoor facility time (gym and turf) Tournaments July 23 8U - 2pm - 4pm 9U - 10a - 12p 10U - 12p - 2p 11U - 10a - 12p 12U - 12p - 2p 13U - 10a - 12p 14U - 12p - 2p (Not official) July 24 8U - 2pm - 4pm 9U - 12p - 2p 10U - 10a - 12p 11U - 12p - 2p 12U - 10a -12p 13U - 12p - 2p 14U - 10a - 12p (Not official) 15U - 12p - 2p July 25 15U - 5:30p - 7:30p
  • Jeannine M Dufault Brighton Softball Classic

    Jeannine M Dufault Brighton Softball Classic July 15 - 16 10u, 12u, 14u, & HS (no college team) Our tournaments are designed for community based teams Refund Policy: No Refund if a team elects to drop from the tournament. In the event that a tournament is cancelled, for any reason, the following refund policy shall apply: If a Team: - Does not play a game, the team will be given a credit - Plays one game, the team will be given a 50% credit - Plays in two or more games, the team will not be given any additional credit - Rules, schedules and maps will be emailed prior to the tournament Questions? Sharon Tullar my3sons@chartermi.net