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What’s up with Winterguard?

Gems shine brighter than ever at competition

Liz Harkins, Copy Editor

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This past month, the Gems have outperformed other highly competitive winterguards including Aledo High School, McKinney North High School and Rockwall Heath High School. Their most recent placement at the NTCA SAA/SA Championships was second place overall in district 5A, earning them a glass trophy and silver medals. This year’s guard has progressed outperformed previous year’s competition placements.

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