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Coach's Corner: Brighton Bulldogs Team Scores

Check out this week's team scores for the Brighton varsity wrestling, boys swim, girls basketball and competitive cheer teams.

Wrestling

The Brighton Varsity Wrestling team defeated Milford 66-10 and Pinckney 66-9 in its first KLAA League match at home on Wednesday night.  

The home match was Senior Night for the Varsity Bulldogs.

Seniors Scott Ries, Jordan Salmon, Ryan Foley, Jordan Amine and last year's state champion Aaron Calderon all went 2-0.

"It was both exciting and sad - it was the seniors' last night wrestling in the Brighton gym," Coach Sam Amine said.

The Bulldogs are now 19-2. Their next match is Saturday at Swartz Creek.

Girls Basketball

The Brighton Varsity Girls Basketball team defeated Grand Blanc 58-45 on Tuesday.

The Junior Varsity team also won its game against Grand Blanc 52-32 while the Freshman team was defeated 21-41.

The girls' next game is Friday at Howell.

Boys Swim

The Brighton boys swim and dive team lost close meet to Hartland 115-71 on Thursday night.

Competitive Cheer

Submitted by Coach Christina Wilson

On Dec. 15 the Dogs competed at Ortonville Brandon against some local competition. The Bulldogs came out on top with a big win.

Brighton   Division 1   212.2
202.1
414.2600   281.2
695.4600 1 Grand Blanc   Division 1   201.4
180.7
382.0800   266.2
648.2800 2 Waterford Mott   Division 1   201.5
181.1 -8 374.5800   271.3
645.8800 3 Troy Athens   Division 1   203.4
173.0
376.4200   266.6
643.0200 4 Oxford   Division 1   182.1
175.5
357.6400   270.9
628.5400 5 Clarkston   Division 1   196.7
179.8
376.5200   243.5
620.0200 6 Waterford Kettering   Division 1   192.6
159.3
351.8800   222.4
574.2800 7 Davison   Division 1   188.0
168.6
356.5800   203.1
559.6800 8

The cheer team has also traveled to Grandville High School on Jan. 5 to compete against some of the top Division One teams in the state. The team had a goal to place in the top 6 at the event. They fell just short coming in 7th by four points. This loss caused a renewed sense of determination and stronger work ethic amongst the girls. They will get another chance to best the East Kentwood Falcons on Jan. 19 when Brighton High School hosts the Brighton's Best Invitational.

Hartland   Division 1   231.1
229.3
460.3600   312.9
773.2600 1 Hudsonville   Division 1   234.9
227.5
462.3800   297.0
759.3800 2 Rochester Hills-Stoney Creek   Division 1   234.3
227.1
461.4400   294.0
755.4400 3 Grandville   Division 1   232.7
225.0
457.7000   293.4
751.1000 4 Holland-West Ottawa   Division 1   232.3
223.8
456.0800   294.9 -8 742.9800 5 East Kentwood   Division 1   230.8
220.2
451.0000   287.0
738.0000 6 Brighton   Division 1   227.2
214.2
441.4400   292.8
734.2400 7 Portage Northern   Division 1   225.6
209.5
435.0800   291.9
726.9800 8 Jenison   Division 1   224.7
208.0
432.7000   288.8 -16 705.5000 9 Wyoming   Division 1   204.6
172.8 -8 369.3600   251.5
620.8600 10 Grand Haven   Division 1   197.2
166.0 -12 351.1600   246.8 -18 579.9600 11

The Dogs competed at Hartland High School in a KLAA League competition competing against Milford and Pinckney on Wednesday. The Hartland Eagles also participated in the event. The Bulldogs shining moment of the night was getting a higher score in Round three than the host team who currently holds the state high score in that round. 

Hartland  
  225.9
225.8
451.7
  291.5
743.2
Brighton  
  219.1
213.36
432.46   300.4
732.86
Pinckney  
  196.1
173.42 -18 351.52   235.8
587.32
Milford  
  159.6
134.7
254.30   174.0 -26
402.3

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