Band, Color Guard add flair to spirit, games

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Mariela Vargas

Playing her trumpet, Tracie Wright, senior, follows the rest of her band members onto the field at the varsity football game.”I’ve learned to grow as a person through band, and it’s an experience I’ll never forget. As a senior, I felt prepared to go into halftime at the Senior Game and sad at the same time. As happy as I am to start a new chapter in my life, it’s sad to see the good times go” Wright said.

Band and Color Guard performed with grace, style and professionalism at the football games. Throughout the football season, they stayed determined both on the field and after school, as they practiced continually in the August blazing sun through rainy October to November’s sunny days. Both groups kept the spirits up in the stands and the student section throughout the football season.