CM majorettes, color guard win at home

Indoor groups compete against 20 other units

PHOTOS PROVIDED At top, The 2018 Central Mountain Color Guard took first place in competition last weekend at Central Mountain High School. Above, The 2018 Central Mountain Majorettes also captured the top score in the competition.

MILL HALL — Central Mountain Indoor Units — Majorettes and Color Guard — both placed first in competition last weekend.

Keystone Central Field and Floor Booster Club hosted its annual Tournament Indoor Association (TIA) competition at Central Mountain High School.

The booster club welcomed more than 20 competitive groups from all over Pennsylvania and Maryland.

The 2018 Central Mountain Twirlers and Color Guard consist of students within Keystone Central School District and Sugar Valley Rural Charter School in grades 7-12.

The CM Twirlers’ show theme this year takes a dark approach to the Ouija Board as a young girl finds herself trapped within the game and unsure what the outcome will be. The CM Color Guard turns the floor into a magical frost allowing the snowflakes to take you on a journey through the season. At the end of the competition is the awards ceremony, and the Central Mountain units represented their school with pride, bringing home two first-place finishes.

PHOTOS PROVIDED At top, The 2018 Central Mountain Color Guard took first place in competition last weekend at Central Mountain High School. Above, The 2018 Central Mountain Majorettes also captured the top score in the competition.

The CM Twirlers and Color Guard will also be competing at some additional competitions local to the area– Jersey Shore on March 24 and Bald Eagle Area on April 7.

Central Mountain High School will also host TIA Region 4 Chapter Championships on April 29, before heading to Wildwood, N.J. on May 2 to compete in All Chapter Championships.

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