HIGH HONORS FOR YUCCA VALLEY MARCHING BAND AND COLORGUARD IN COMPETITION

HIGH HONORS FOR YUCCA VALLEY MARCHING BAND AND COLORGUARD IN COMPETITION

The Yucca Valley High School Trojan marching band and Sunsations color guard took high honors during two recent competitions. On October 12, in Barstow, the Trojans dominated the 30th Annual High Desert Class marching band and color guard competitions. The marching band earned second place, while the drumline and colorguard both captured first place. A week later, the Trojan band and drumline took first place, and the colorguard was awarded second place. The judges complimented the band and guard on their musical selections and the variety of the show; one of the visual judges commended the ensemble for creating a huge visual presence on the field despite having a small colorguard.

1 comment to HIGH HONORS FOR YUCCA VALLEY MARCHING BAND AND COLORGUARD IN COMPETITION

  • M.J.R

    That is awesome to here, i just wish that TPHS could of been there. It is sad that the kids that dedicated so much to the TPHS marching band last year couldn’t participate. I hope that TPHS will hopefully have one next year. I know alot of student and parents would like that to happen. It was also a sad sight to not see them this year in the Pioneer Days Parade, it seemed more of a quiet march than a happy sounding parade.

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