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Winterguard earns second place


The Henrietta High School Winterguard placed second in the purple division and fourth overall in competition Saturday at Thomas Coliseum in Halton City.

The Henrietta High School Winterguard won second place in the scholastic AAA purple division, and fourth overall in competition Saturday, Feb. 25, at Thomas Coliseum in Haltom City.

It was the guard’s second of six performances this season. The guard will compete again, along with the junior high winterguard, at Aledo High School on Saturday, March 24.  The guard is also hosting a local community performance on Monday, March 26 in the high school practice gym at 6 p.m. The performance will include Nocona, Vernon, Burkburnett, Rider, Aubrey, Midwestern State University and the Henrietta Junior High guards.

Winterguard director is Garnet Gilbreath and the guard tech is Brooke Shoemaker.

“The guard students have been working really hard since November and we are extremely proud of their work ethic and dedication to this organization,” said Henrietta Band Director Kenneth Gilbreath.

Overall results of the Scholastic AAA competition are as follows:

First place, Southlake Carroll Varsity Guard, 64.40 points; second, Colleyville Heritage High School JV Winterguard, 62.50; third, Lake Highlands High School, 58.60; fourth, Henrietta High School, 57.40; fifth, Stephenville High School, 54.70; sixth, North Mesquite High School Winterguard, 54.40; seventh, Rider High School, 53.30; eighth (tie), Azle Junior Varsity Winterguard, 53.10; eighth (tie) Weatherford High School, 53.10; nineth, Burkburnett High School Guard, 52.20; 10th, Cooper High School Winterguard, 52.10; 11th, Trinity High School Winterguard, 52.00; 12th, J.J. Pearce High School, 47.50 points.


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