Lily Osborne – Mustangs Ahead
(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS color guard is having tryouts for next year’s team on April 10-11 after school. Anyone enrolled in LRHS for the 2017-2018 school year is welcome to come.
The color guard is one of the elements of the LRHS Marching Mustang Band. The guard mainly focuses on dance, flag and weapon performance work.
Band director Ron Lambert encourages anyone interested to come to tryouts.
“Color guard is a great way to spend time making new friends and performing for hundreds of thousands while improving your dance skills and having fun,” said Lambert.
Along with being a key visual part of the Marching Band, the color guard also performs in the end of season Prism Concert, the Spring Concert, and Music Performance Assessments (MPAs).
Last Friday, the color guard received an Excellent rating at their MPA.
Color guard Co-Captain Noelle Bederman, senior, has nothing but good things to say about joining Guard.
“Color guard is a great group to join for students looking to find a place where they are welcome to be themselves.”