ACS honors THS visual ensemble members
By NEAL WAGNER / Managing Editor
ALABASTER – Members of Thompson High School’s varsity and junior varsity visual ensembles earned praise for recording stellar 2018-2019 seasons during a May 13 meeting Alabaster Board of Education meeting.
During the meeting, Alabaster School Superintendent Dr. Wayne Vickers and Alabaster Board of Education members praised the team for bringing home plenty of hardware during their most recent season, and presented each member of the team with a certificate honoring their accomplishments.
During the 2018-2019 season, the junior varsity winter guard won first place at the Hoover Winter Odyseey, won second place at the Mad Town Indoor Throwdown, won first place at the Spring Hill Raider Regional, won first place at the Winfield Winter Pirate Classic and won first place at the Southeaster Color Guard Circuit Championship.
The varsity winter guard team won fourth place at the Hoover Winter Odyssey, won second place at the Mad Town Indoor Throwdown, won second place at the Spring Hill Raider Regional, won second place at the Winfield Winter Pirate Classic and won second place at the Southeaster Color Guard Circuit Championship.
In the fall of 2018, the THS visual ensemble won Best in Class awards at the Lake Martin Invitational and the Pell City Marching Contest.
THS visual ensemble coaches are Danleigh Jenkins and Christie Wagner, and the following team members were honored during the School Board meeting:
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