Central Crossing High School hosted a two-day Winter Guard and Indoor Percussion competition Jan. 31 - Feb. 1. About 20 schools and private teams were on hand for the show. The Lady Comet’s winter guard (shown above) took the top spot on Saturday and a runner up finish on Sunday. The school’s indoor percussion squad grabbed first place on both days.
Central Crossing’s Kati Duey concentrates on her trailing rifle while fellow sophomore Kelsey Stokes performs with a flag during a the Winter Guard and Percussion Line competition held at Central Crossing High School Jan. 31 - Feb. 1. The Comets took first place in both portions of the show.
Members of the Franklin Heights High School winter guard concentrate on their twirling flags while taking part in a two-day competition Jan. 31 - Feb. 1 at Central Crossing High School.