‘Bulldog Bomber’ earns Brady seniors first place

Finding an ample supply of school spirit wasn’t hard to do this past week at Brady High School as campus students, teachers and administrators geared up for Homecoming festivities 2003. The BHS senior class was declared the winner of the car-decorating contest Friday, sponsored by the Brady High School Student Council. The senior’s theme was “We’re On Their Tails,” and their electric war was the “Bulldog Bomber.” The car, which was graciously lent to the senior class by the Brady Golf Association, was decorated to look like an airplane. Several senior classmates dressed up as Brady’s upcoming opponents and the “Bulldog Bomber” chased after them. During the judging, Jim Bob Shelby played sound effects of planes flying and bombing which brought a sense of realism to the senior’s theme. In the picture, Llano Yellowjackets are flying from the propeller; Jasmine Lafuente represented Ballinger in her cat suit; Summer Friar represented Comanche in her Indian suit; Amanda Pellizzarri represented Wylie and Clyde in her Bulldog suit; and trailing behind, Taylor Owens represented Early with his Longhorn costume. Roy Hudnall carried the sign which read “We’re On Their Tails” and Max Gutierrez (not pictured) carried a Bulldog flag behind the car to represent the Bulldog Bomber’s victories over all their opponents. The “pilots” of the Bulldog Bomber were C.J. Villegas (head pilot) Chelsea Rutherford and Stacy Lohn. Each pilot was dressed in their bomber jackets, ready for the victory. A spokesperson for the class said, “We would like to thank all who helped with the decorating and especially the Brady Golf Association for the use of their electric car.”

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