Color guard is interpreting music, usually played by a marching band. Color guard is often mistaken to be an activity rather than a sport. Most of these people probably haven't run an eight minute competitive show, throwing props and running non-stop. If you are interested in trying out this sport, it keeps you in shape and you will instantly fall in love with it.
- It has evolved into a competitive sport from a primarily military activity
- Usually accompanied by a marching band
- Popularity heightened in the 1970's and 80's
Color Guard Interest Meeting
Wednesday, May 25th, 6-8pm
1824 Doctor Dennis Forman Drive
If you're interested in learning information about joining the award-winning Oakcrest color guard, come out to this meeting!
Our captain for our 2015 season, Lexi Dawson, doing some rifle work at a practice.
Me (Lexi Cirigliano) doing some flag work at one of our practices this past season.
Our 2015 season captain, Lexi Dawson, doing a toss with her sabre in one of our football game halftime performances this past season.
This article features myself, as well as a few other girls who were a part of the Oakcrest award-winning color guard this past 2015 season.