BRADY —Shay Easterwood’s first four years as the Brady football coach have seen the Bulldogs make quiet progress, culminating in playoff berths each of the past two seasons. But BHS is still in search of its first winning season since 2015.
With 16 lettermen back from last year’s squad, including eight returning starters of both sides of the ball, the Bulldogs expect to change that this fall.
Buoyed by 1,000-yard back JD Ibarra and a deep and talented line, the Brady offense should challenge the 2019 unit as the best Easterwood has fielded thus far. And an experienced defense appears poised to continue the steady growth pattern that’s marked the past four years.
If everything goes to plan, the Bulldogs could be looking at a true breakout year in what appears to be a wide-open District 2-3A Division II race.