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Most Eligible Bachelorette: Bay Brickley

Brickley poses with a few of her many possible suitors: (L-R) junior Jimbo Smith and seniors Jared Rayman, Patrick Thurman and Lane Goldman. Photo: Abby Meyerowitz

Looking for the perfect Valentine’s date? Well, you’re in luck. Senior Bay Brickley has been crowned Pace Academy’s most eligible bachelorette and she’s looking to find her dream man this Valentine’s holiday. Characterized by her dazzling freckles and candid speech, Brickley is the perfect match for any lucky Pace bachelor.

After spending last Valentine’s Day by herself, Brickley is ready to be swept off her feet by her knight in shining armor. “Last year on Valentine’s Day, I went to the movies and finished a large bag of popcorn all by myself,” said Brickley. “This year, I hope my luck will change.”

Among other qualities, Brickley is looking for a man with ocean blue eyes, hair with the perfect flow and a great sense of humor. “A diamond-shaped jawline, round nose and toned body wouldn’t hurt as well,” she said.

If you are planning the perfect date for Brickley, consider the local landfill. “The landfill is just a beautiful spot for a picnic,” said Brickley. “The gorgeous view and fresh smells reminds me just how amazing nature truly is.”

A crime investigation fanatic, Brickley spends her free time listening to the police scanner she keeps in her room. When she’s not following criminal activity, Brickley enjoys racing her sister down the street on electric scooters. “It gives me a real adrenaline rush,” she said. “I’m all about adventure, and scooter rides are a great way to relieve stress from the school week.” As a girl with many hobbies, Brickley also plays tennis in her free time and for the Pace girls team. Looking for a mysterious, adventurous and athletic date for Valentine’s Day this year? Bay Brickley is your girl.

For those interested in learning more about the prized bachelorette, the tune to her life is “Everyday We Lit” by YFN Lucci and PnB Rock. “I just feel like this song speaks to me on a more personal level,” said Brickley. “It reminds me to enjoy each day and to always keep a positive attitude.” When asked to describe herself in one word, Brickley claimed she was either “weird” or “honest.”

Headed to Sewanee: The University of the South this fall, Brickley won’t be around much longer. Pace Academy men, don’t waste your opportunity to sweep Brickley off her feet this Valentine’s Day while she’s still single.


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