ABILENE, Texas (BCH Sports) – You’ve seen him on campus, at games, and even around in the community. But who’s behind the mask of Wylie’s Spike the Bulldog?

Meet Wylie High School (WHS) senior Logan Huffington, who took on the role as Spike the Bulldog. As Spike, Logan said he does things like promoting student engagement and school spirit.

“Oh, he was born to be a mascot; it is definitely his gift for sure,” said Wylie Cheerleading coach, Alexis Hughes.

Arguably one of the longest serving mascots in the Big Country, WHS said Logan puts on an unforgettable performance in front of hundreds of fans during each sporting event.

“If I knew as a little kid that this was going to be my path, I wouldn’t believe you,” said Logan.

Coach Hughes, on the other hand, told BCH Sports Logan is a natural.

“There’s never a dull moment with Logan,” Coach Hughes illustrated. “He is his own vibe, and probably one of the hardest workers I’ve ever met.”

Another Wylie cheer coach, Crystal Martin, continued on that same wavelength; “He never stops. It doesn’t matter how tired he is, he gives 100% all the time.”

The road for Logan won’t stop at WHS, as his dream is to continue on in college.

“I’ve completely enjoyed it, and it’s so sad because I will be graduating,” added Logan. “I couldn’t do this without the love and support from everybody and it kind of reflects on everybody, on how much I love them and they love me.”