Bridget Reyes became a Sundown Roughneck her 8th grade year. In middle school , her favorite memory was when she was running the 400 meter dash for her first time and thought that her shadow was another competitor. She ran as fast as she could in order to try and beat the competitor which ended up getting her a first place medal. Moving into high school, her favorite memory was when the Peralez brothers started break dancing at the Winter Formal Dance.
Bridget has accomplished and received many awards at SHS: Marching Band State Silver Medalist 2018, Lincoln Douglas Debate Regional Qualifier 2019, Informative Speaking Regional Qualifier 2019, One Act Play State Alternate 2019, Perfect Attendance 2019 - 2020, Congress State Alternate 2020, Persuasive Extemporaneous Speaking Regional Qualifier 2021, and Student Council Class Treasurer Junior Year. Bridget has also served in many clubs/organizations including: Band, Color guard, Student Council, Powerlifting, Softball, Track, Extemporaneous Speaking, Congress , and Lincoln Douglas Debate.
Bridget's favorite class if she had to choose would be History and Government. Bridget plans to attend Schreiner University or McMurry University in order to study Criminal Justice. She plans to one day be a Texas Ranger or a homicide detective. Her favorite quote was coine by Mrs Goodman, “You Reap what you sow.” Bridget has many role models: Coach Goodman(for believing in myself and my friends), Burgundi Hoover (raising expectations), Destiny Hernández (loving others), Alyssa Russell (embracing excellence), and Katie Sehon (teaching others). Bridget’s words of wisdom to the underclassmen is to always stay flexible. Best of luck to Bridget and the Class of 2022!