By this photo, some might suggest that Decatur is also 0 for 5.
Yikes!FIVE reasons why spandex is NOT meant to be worn by just ANYONE and EVERYONE!
I hope these cheerleaders didn't graze during halftime and timeouts.
I see the Decatur Eagle Drill Team is still Livin' Large.
Maybe Bridgeport could borrow these hefties for their defensive line. Bet they outweigh the Bull's front.
Maybe mix in a sit or ten between burrito time.
Thats just plain rude. The young ladies have feelings, they are someone's daughters that also have feelings. I am amazed by the shallow comments posted here
I would dare say most of the rude comments come from those who never would have had the honor of representing their school in this way. Wanna BEs
The real story here is Kyle! He gets it done and DH does Not!Oh, did I mention he gets it done for less money too!
No, Bridgeport needs new leadership! The coaches are fighting on the sideline, the players are yelling at each other.Everybody is cussing and the parents are begging the new super and board to get control!
I was at the game last night and you are right. The kids are acting just like the coaches, it was sad to watch for me. These kids deserve better!
I agree 11:19 - rude comments made about those pretty girls just reflect petty jealousy.Great looking girls and costumes. Refreshing not to see breasts and rear ends all hanging out.Very nice.
i think these KIDS look GREAT!!! lets all remember when we were that age.
whore corps up in here
Another picture of fat girls dressed up like hookers.
The girls didn't select the costumes. They do have some control over their eating. This takes nothing away from their character, they are just plainly overweight - too much for their own health.
As for 5-0 or 0-5, let's not get too much ahead of ourselves. The year the Bulls went to the state semis and lost to eventual state champion Commerce, they were 5-5 at the end of the year.When district play starts EVERYONE is 0-0...of course, it helps to have a Phillip daugherty in there, too. Let's hope Ryan Durban can do the same thing...
On October 13 Bridgeport will host Decatur. I wish every player and coach could see the movie, "Facing the Giants" before that game.It is an awesome story and will speak to many that see it.
that is a sad story.
Bridgeport VS DECATUR Now, that is a SAD story
Only in Bridgeport: The traditional Bon Fire where every player was invited has NOW been changed to VARSITY Players, Cheerleaders, Trainers and Coaches Only! My kid was good enough for JV, but not good enough for an invite to the Bon Fire! The entire High School should be invited or don't have a Bon Fire!
I think Bonfire is one word, but I don't blame you for being hot!
FYIThe bonfire in Bridgeport is not the traditional bonfire that Bridgeport High School normally hosts. It is being put on by a Senior's parents. For those of you who have not had children involved in Varsity football, these types of gatherings are not unsual for the Varsity players. Parents host several player gatherings throughout football season. Different squads from the team meet at differnt houses on different days for meals. This is done totally voluntary by parents. Most who have Seniors and want to enjoy the last year their child will be playing High School football with all their friends. These parents were generous enough to try and include as many of the players as they could afford to feed. If it was a school function, everyone would be invited as always in compliance with UIL rules. One must be careful when posting opinions about subjects that they do not have facts on.
To Whom/Anonymous it May Concern,I've heard of this web-site, but never visited it until today when I was told of a disgruntled parent (anonymous) who was upset about the bonfire. I AM the parent who is hosting this event, I am not affiliated with the school in any way, shape or form. This is not the traditional bonfire, but something my wife and I wanted to do for our son and his friends. WE started it, WE promoted it, WE PAID FOR IT, and we invited as many as we thought we could accomodate and afford. My son was once a Freshman & JV player, and he didn't get invited to alot of things, but that was for varsity and my son and myself understood and accepted that. (THAT IS JUST PART OF LIFE). Hope this letter helps you understand why we did this, not exclude anyone, but to include as many as we could.TODD MULLINS/NOT ANONYMOUS
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