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Spring marks the start of Red Rhythm contest season

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Red Rhythm has been putting in extra time to practice for their competition on Saturday.

Red Rhythm dancers are preparing for their upcoming contests to compete against other drill teams from all over the state at Independence High School on Saturday.

With two to three morning practices a week, the dancers are polishing their dances so they can look as clean as possible when they compete. For captain and senior Reva Kabnurkar, this contest season is extra important. 

“This contest season is special because I don’t get a redo,” Kabnurkar said. “We teach and polish in chunks, fine tuning any section that could look messy when we compete,”

The Red Rhythm officer line is hoping to lead the team to success and senior lieutenant Sonia Harrington is excited for this year’s contest season. 

“Practices consist of diving deep into making our dances look good and synchronized,” Harrington said. “I am super excited for these contests because we have been working so hard and I’m excited to see it pay off.” 

For director Nicole Nothe, fine tuning and polishing the dances is the most important aspect of competing.

 “We do the dance over and over again and fix any small detail that needs to be changed,” Nothe said. “The girls are constantly practicing and working to grow each and every time they’re together.”

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