By Mackenzie Thomas
Every year, a new group of freshmen come up to the high school to fill the empty spaces that have been left from the previous year’s graduating seniors. One group that feels the impact of this influx in new faces and the loss of old friends is the marching band. Each year, there is a new crop of freshmen needing to be taught how to march, what a drill chart is, and how to read them. And every year, the band sets out to attempt greatness.
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