On March 10, Jefferson Township High School hosted its first indoor color guard competition. There were 13 different teams of percussion, winds, and color guard from all around northern New Jersey competing for the title.

The captains of Jefferson guided the team to an amazing performance of “The Dash,” which led spectators to reflect on their lives, and how they live. Coach Heather Varner said, “The team did an amazing job.”

The Jefferson team is currently eighth out of 48 high schools on the east coast, and looking for even more. The competition put Morris Knolls in first place, South Plainfield in second, and Metuchen in third for color guard. Metuchen also came in first in winds, and Arthur L. Johnson (Clark) placed first in percussion. The Falcons were not scored in this competition.

On March 10, Jefferson Township High School hosted its first indoor color guard competition. There were 13 different teams of percussion, winds, and color guard from all around northern New Jersey competing for the title. (Photo: Tyler Delp)

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