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Majorettes advance to State

Madi Gore, Fine Arts Writer

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Majorettes competed at Region 21 UIL Solo and Ensemble competition on October 25 in Bullard. The students that competed were Adely Zavala, Myah Runyan, Cheyanne Herring, Alexis Wells, Katelynn Carter, and Katherine Adams.

Zavala and Runyan received a first division rating for their solos and are advancing to state. Carter and Adams received a second divison rating for their solos. The Majorettes received a first division rating on their ensemble and are advancing to state.

“I am super excited I will be going to both my solo and ensemble,” said Runyan.

State Solo and Ensemble will take place on May 25 in Pflugerville, Tx.

 

 

 

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