The HHS Majorettes attended the regional UIL twirling contest on Oct. 24 in Bullard, Texas.
“I was extremely nervous when we got to the school where it was being held,” freshman Kennedy Foster said. “I really wanted to do well since it was my first time competing.”
The Majorettes went home with 33 first division medals last Wednesday.
“I’m excited that I get the chance to compete at state again,” senior Annabelle Tipps said. “I’m ready to compete one more time with my team.”
Every single event the Majorettes entered in earned a first division.
“I honestly cannot believe that we all made ones,” junior Riley Foster said. “I’m really proud of my line and everything we’ve done to earn this.”
The twirlers will be advancing to the state contest this May.
“It feels like UIL didn’t happen,” senior Madison Miley said. “It still feels like I will do it all over again, but reminding myself that it was really the last time made me feel sad, but I also felt really proud knowing I’ll be able to go to state in May.”