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The junior c la ss’ E.T. float took top honors in the parade. Senior Randy Nelson made a solid g a in in th is play, but not enough for the Beavers to a v ert losing Senior Julie Stubbs (left) and sophomore formation a t halftime. D enise Brown is at left, Elsa R e ssett (right) were in the Golden G irls’ rear. The freshman class showed their school spirit with a Pac-Man float. Gil Stoddard gave Homecoming Queen Debbie Buckley a peck on the cheek at halftime. The BCHS Homecoming court included (from left) Steve Royce and Sheryl Johnson (B Club sponsored), Heidi Williams and Gary Turner (sophomore sponsored), senior candidates Brenda Munday and Brad Thomas, and Debbie Buckley and Regan Milbum, representing the junior class. Photos by Bruce McCormack and Julie Simon