Bringing It Home

This year the Screamin' Eagle Marching Band looks to defend their state marching band title with an all-new, original show entitled Home. Director of Bands, Andy Murphy, shared, “I look forward to this year's show, which has a different feel from those in previous years, and I'm excited to watch the show take shape over the course of the season.” The Screamin' Eagle Marching Band's first competition is set for October 7 at the Aubrey Marching Classic. Legacy will once again host the TPSMEA State Marching Championships, which will be held on Saturday, October 28.

Shining Seniors

Delaney Gilbert, 2017 Drum Major, who has her sights set on a successful state title defense, says, “I can't wait to travel and perform with my wonderful band family.” Though it is still early in the season, she has enjoyed talking to and making friends with the new students and underclassmen. Concerning this year's show, she added, “I really like our marching show this year, as it showcases off our amazing percussion and wind section.”

Senior Mellophone, Avryana Goplin, loves the Friday Night Lights experience and is excited to “have fun in the stands during football games.” Knowing that it's her final year and that the band will have worked for months in preparation for what will be her final competition, Avryana shared, ” I hope that we can to earn a first place state title for our division to end my high school marching experience!”

Written by Communication Intern, Arabella Blanc

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