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On Saturday, January 13th, the cadets of the armed, unarmed, and color guard drill teams loaded onto a bus at 3:00 a.m in order to arrive at their competition in time. The representatives spent the entire day in the cold, performing in front of 10 other schools and all of the judges.

The team came out 8th out of 11 teams, but made it to the wild card round, which means our teams get a chance to compete for a spot in nationals even though the previous scores should not have allowed the teams to compete in the first place.

“Winning the wild card was pretty cool,” said Taylor Smith (11). “It gives us a chance to prove we deserve to be there.”

The next competition is February 10th, so the teams will continue weekly after school practice to prepare the routines.  

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