The following players are to report tomorrow, November 25, 2020, for practice at 11am-1pm. We, the coaches, sincerely appreciate the effort made by all student-athletes. Trying out takes courage and hard work, and we appreciate you giving us that energy. We wish everyone the most excellent success in all you do. Regular team practices begin Nov 30th at 3:30pm.
Remember, by showing up tomorrow you are agreeing to the teams rules presented today at tryouts. PARENT MEETING NOVEMBER 25 AT 5PM IN THE AUX GYM. Players do not need to attend (keep numbers low). Show your parents the team rules tonight!!
Good work! I’m proud of you guys. Thanks for your energy and positivity!
Due to the unprecedented times of COVID-19 and the effect it is having on our schools and athletic programs, we are canceling our Bantam tryouts for this year. We were hoping that we could continue with tryouts and be back to some semblance of normalcy; however, things have not gone as smooth as we were hoping. We are truly sorry for this. The uncertainty of the current environment makes it impossible to continue our bantam program as normal for this upcoming year.
The Bantam League still may continue, but we are only unable to manage the teams this year. Parents, we are leaving it up to you to assemble and manage the teams. If you would like to assemble a team, we can help with posting your necessary information on our site and through our email list.
This fall TheBrighton Girls Basketball Program will continue its tradition of creating and maintaining highly competitive youth teams. Tryouts will be held every October. Check back for important dates. Please visit https://brightongirlsbasketball.com/bhs-bantam-information/ tab for more details.
Tryouts: NEXT YEAR.
Grades: 5-8 (skilled 4th graders welcome).
Cost: Jersey/shorts $50, 2 leagues 16 games approx $160.
VOLUNTEER COACHES ARE ALWAYS NEEDED!
SEND ALL QUESTIONS TO Coach Doug Nielsen 801-513-4711 or email@example.com
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. CAMP NUMBERS HAVE BEEN REACHED. SEE THE CAMP TAB IN THE MENU FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
1. LOCATION CHANGE: Camp will be at Albion Middle School. 2. Grades 7-8 are first, going from 9-10:30 AM. Grades 4-6 will go 10:30-noon. We will have some signs helping you line up the kids, appropriately distancing. I’m sure the line will look like a mile long. Once the first session is over they will exit out the back doors. Some players will escort them back to the front of the building. 3. My BHS players will bring them in 4 at a time. We have 14 hoops. We will put max 4 at a hoop. 4. BRING A WATER BOTTLE. The players will not rotate stations, etc. They will stay at the same hoop the entire time. Their water bottle needs to be there. 5. It is recommended to bring your own basketball. Not necessary. Just recommended. Maybe highly recommended. 6. As mentioned before. We won’t be able to scrimmage or run “contact” drills. Don’t worry, I’ll still work these kids and get those scholarships ready for you. 7. I will not gather them together. All demonstrations will be in the middle of the gym where all kids can see. 8. CHECK IN CHANGE: Sorry you don’t get that new pen I promised you. To keep it as contactless as possible, one of my players will mark off the kids once the camp has started.
Coach Doug Nielsen Brighton High School 801-513-4711
Brighton Girls Basketball will be holding it’s annual basketball camp this summer Aug 10-12. Please click on the basketball camp tab in the menu bar for more details.
All kids 4th to 8th grade are welcome!
All proceeds will go directly to the Brighton Girls Basketball Program.
Girls bantam tryouts will be October 12th in the main gym. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or call Doug Nielsen 801-513-4711 for more information.
There will be no “cuts”. We try to have every kid play on a team. If you have a pre formed team, those are great too. If you’d like to coach please let us know! We will have teams in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade divisions. Fifth graders are welcome to play.
Cottonwood Heights- The rumors are true. Step aside Holy Roman Empire, back off First British Empire, “let them eat what did you say?”… there’s a new revolution in town folks.
After the Euro had officially been banned from all BHS related activities, which included: shop, baking, geometry, and basketball, Annabelle Warner, against all odds, brought the house down in dramatic fashion on Thursday night with her signature move.
It shall henceforth be known in Bengaldom simply as “Heuro”. Yes, the perfected female version of the Euro. Three times more deadly than it’s male counterpart, mostly because it does not forgive without discussion, will sacrifice the move’s finish for the sake of understanding (which in this case are broken ankles), is not sidelined by the common cold, and most importantly-can be pulled off while multitasking any other non-related task to perfection.
The revolution is here folks and it’s not going away. A section of the post game audio has been posted here as well as the BHS play by play call of Warner’s deadly advance.