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Color Guard Takes the Win

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Coffee County Color Guard won third place at the Siegel High School Competition on Saturday, January 27. In a class of thirteen color guards, CCCG won third place with a score of 41.54. Siegel High School’s JV Guard won second, and Loretto High School’s Winter Guard took first. Instructors, Jacob Breed and Daniel Percell, state that they are “most proud of the outstanding performance from our students and the amazing sportsmanship the students exhibited over the weekend by helping other groups prepare for their performance. We also have to applaud our students for their continued motivation and spirit throughout their thirteen hour competition day.”

The Winter Guard sends a special thank you to Mr. Rogers, Mr. Curley, Dr. Vaughn, Mrs. Gribble, Mrs. Booth, Mrs. Koger, Mrs. Duke, Mrs. Crystal, Ms. Gale, and Mr. Dan for their help in working with the Winter Guard Staff to give the students the best chance they can to achieve greatness!

Photos taken by Kate Craighead.

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