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Brighton golfers sixth at Holt Invitational

HOLT – It’s happening just like Brighton girls golf coach Paul Parsell said it would.

Only it’s coming even faster than Parsell had anticipated.

After shooting 390 in its season-opening home tournament, the Bulldogs cut 37 strokes off that total for a season-low 353 in finishing sixth at Thursday’s Holt Rams Invitational at El Dorado. 586 more words


Grand Blanc continues tennis mastery of Brighton

BRIGHTON – If Grand Blanc hadn’t joined the KLAA West in 2009, Brighton would have quite the tennis dynasty going.

But the Bobcats are the one team that has consistently had the Bulldogs’ number – and everyone else’s number – in West Division play. 601 more words


Roundup: Vikings storm back to tie Saints, 2-2

MARYSVILLE – The Marysville and St. Clair High School soccer teams played to a 2-2 tie Thursday at Marysville High School.

Ben Al-Gharabally scored a pair of first half goals to give St. 344 more words


Howell tennis beats Hartland in West opener

HOWELL – The strength of Howell’s tennis team last season was its singles play.

The team’s biggest question mark was whether it would be able to withstand the loss of three singles players, while moving a fourth from No. 528 more words


Davidson Day dominates Westchester Counry Day

DAVIDSON, N.C. — The Davidson Day School women’s tennis team took care of business September 2, as they won their match with Westchester Country Day School 8-1. 82 more words


Gaston Day tops Davidson Day women's tennis

GASTONIA, N.C. — The Gaston Day School Lady Spartans defeated the Davidson Day School Lady Patriots Wednesday August 27, 8-1. Despite the scoreboard showing a large margin, many of the matches were significantly closer than indicated. 104 more words


Huskies give Titans first loss

CORNELIUS, N.C. — The Hough High School Huskies handed the Hopewell Titans their first loss of the season in convincing fashion. The Huskies swept the Lady Titans, taking all three sets by an average of nearly 10 points. 90 more words