Color Guard returns to competition


Anna Evilsizor

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT Practicing tosses for her upcoming solo, Brook Maul, senior, prepares for Color Guard’s upcoming competition.

Gage Hoekstra, PR Manager

After placing second in their first two competitions since the 2018-2019 school year, Color Guard has only ramped up its practice routine. Meeting four days a week, and regularly for eight hours on Sunday, the team continues to work on bettering both themselves and their show. The team is continually preparing for state, hoping to bring home a victory after a year of no competitions.

“The team this year is a little smaller than usual, but just as strong,” Jordan Garrison, senior, said. “We have a lot of newbies and middle schoolers who are learning fast and keeping up. I have high hopes for the team this year.”