Dancing and drumming into the season

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For many, Indoor is a major part of their life and something they hold near and dear to their heart. So when the Indoor dance team was left without a coach, you can imagine the stress its put on the team.

Senior Katelyn Auman has assured that despite this, the team still has high hopes for this season.
The team and I are hoping to have a good theme though to keep up with the themes we have had in the past few years,” she said.

The theme is picked by the coach. Katelyn herself as been on dance for five years and the current situation has left her unsure of what will happen.

“We are just being positive and we will do what we need to in order to have a good season,” Katelyn said.

On the other side of this, Indoor drumline has been prepared for quite a while.

“This show is really gonna be a great one because we have been planning show for two years so we’ve added a lot of new music and visuals to make this show stand out from all the others this year,” senior Andrew Sharp said.

The theme drumline has been preparing is “Master of Illusion” and is all about magic and deception.

This is his fourth year of being a part of Indoor and his third year of competing, as they didn’t compete last year. This upcoming February at BAHS, all groups in the region will come and perform their shows. The groups will also receive critiques this day, which are used to better themselves for later in the season so they can really shine.

“The ultimate goal is to go to Wildwood, New Jersey to compete at the Atlantic Coast championships held every year in April,” Andrew said.

There seems to be high expectations for and from both these groups of Indoor. Be sure to give them your support as they go into what will be another amazing season.