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10/6/2010 11:53:00 AM
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Bradshaw Mountain Homecoming 2010 served up a variety of fun activities. Thursday, Sept. 30, a competitive powder puff football game between seniors and juniors (seniors won 18-14) was complete with a plethora of male cheerleaders all in matching pink short shorts. A parade of ghoulishly clad clubs and organizations preceded the game. Friday's football game was a tad more serious and the Bears triumphed 24-16 over the visiting and previously undefeated Kellis Cougars. At halftime, the marching band and cheer squad entertained, and the Homecoming court saw crowned the king, Woody Waidelich, and queen, Dallas Elliott. Photos by Cheryl Hartz.

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Dallas Elliott and Mason "Woody" Waidelich received the titles of 2010 Homecoming Queen and King Friday night at Bradshaw Mountain High School.

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