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Community event allows Red Rhythm to show off Tuesday

Joaquin Perez
Girl’s basketball aren’t the only winners being recognized on campus as the Red Rhythm dance team had their annual contests on the past two weekends and won Grand Champion both weekends in a row.

Fresh off a Grand Champion performance Saturday at Independence High School, the Red Rhythm dance team is debuting their contest routines for the school and community Tuesday in the Lone Star High School main gym starting at 6:30 p.m.
The show displays choreography created by dance officers, team members, and directors, who have been working together to create contest worthy routines
“I think what motivates the team is their passion for dance and their passion for one another,” assistant drill team director Sydney Mooty said. “They are very hardworking, they work together as a team, and getting to show off their dances and hard work, you can get to see their passion as well.”
The event is free of charge and will feature routines from all 12 FISD high schools.
“I just think it’s really fun to watch, obviously like if you have friends in drill as well,” junior Sydnee Smith said. “If you have friends, or your family can attend, and it’s a free event you can come and watch. Also we’ve been working very hard. and so it’s been very exciting to see all the dances come together, and we just love people coming to watch.”
Saturday’s contest results:
Team awards
1st place: Pom
1st place (tie): Military
1st runner-up: Hip Hop
Large team: Grand champions
Officer Awards
High Platinum : 1st Place Contemporary
High Platinum: 1st Place Jazz
High Platinum: 1st Place Modern
Artistry Award Officer Contemporary
Grand Champions
Overall Grand Champions
6th Runner-Up Grace Morgan
1st Runner-Up Trio Lauren Sinclair, Sonia Harrington, Grace Morgan

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Joaquin Perez is a Junior in his third year of broadcast and is a producer this year for the WTV daily update. He is also in Student Council and NHS. For fun, Joaquin likes to hang out with his and friends, binge watch tv, and cook. He is excited to take on being a producer this school year and can’t wait to make content for WTV. Contact Joaquin:

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