Art in motion at G-AHS Indoor Show

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Shanell Blubaugh performs in exhibition with the Greencastle-Antrim Indoor Guard Saturday on their home gym during the G-A Indoor Show before traveling to Waynesboro for a competition there. Also performing at G-AHS in exhibition were the high school percussion ensemble, the middle school indoor guard and the middle school percussion ensemble. (See more photos on Page C-4.) The high school guard claimed second out of eight groups in the White Color Guard category in the Waynesobro event with a score of 65.2. South Hagerstown won the group with a score of 68.25. the high school guard and percussion ensemble will next compete at Lower Dauphin Saturday.

Four Greencastle-Antrim groups performed during the 24th annual Greencastle-Antrim Indoor Competition Saturday in the high school gymnasium. At left, the G-AHS Indoor Guard celebrated its 25th season with a performance of its 2012 show, “Turning Tables”. Later that day the group traveled to Waynesboro for an indoor competition and placed second out of eight guards in its division. In Greencastle, 14 schools were represented in the guard and percussion ensemble competition. In addition to the high school guard show, G-A performed in exhibition with its high school percussion ensemble, middle school indoor guard and middle school percussion ensemble.

The G-AHS percussion ensemble performed its 2012 production “Three Days in August” Saturday at the show. This is its 12th season of competition.