Medina hosted 21 Winterguard units for Colorburst show

Staff Reports Posted 12 March 2018 at 8:32 am

Provided photos: The Medina Mustang Cadet Guard includes, front row, from left: Madison Owens, Ava Chambers, Kailey Steele and Raelyn Baker. Middle row: Alayna Smith, Brooke Woodrow, Brooklyn Garrow and Kiana Cleveland. Back row: Phallon Rivera, Kayleigh Wright, Kendra Lonnen, Gabriella Flores-Medina and Bianca Islam.

MEDINA – The Medina Mustang Band hosted its Winterguard show, “Colorburst” on Saturday with 21 guards  from Western NY and Canada performing.

In the Novice class, Medina took 2nd place while the Cadet guard took 1st place with a score of 64.88.

In Regional A, the Gates-Chili JV guard won 1st place with a score of 73.28. In the A1 class, Batavia won 1st with a score of 72.09.

The Magic of Scout House, an adult group from Canada  in the Senior class, won 1st place with a score of 73.42. The Ventures, another guard from Canada in the Independent A class, won 1st with a score of 76.13.

Medina Varsity Winterguard includes front row: Brianna McMullen, Sabrina Quiros, Erin Dietz, Sarah Goodin and Kaela Grosslinger. Middle row: Talishiona Feitshans, Aries McMurray, Destiny Jones, Avery Vanderwerf and Haily Hurt. Back row: Melanie Poynter, Danielle Schmidt, Laura Washak, McKenna Callard, Paige Martin and Alyssa McMullen.

Medina’s Varsity Guard in the Scholastic A class took 1st place with a score of 76.29. Victor’s Varsity Guard in the Scholastic Open class won 1st place with a score of 76.30.

The event was well attended and the weather cooperated making travel much easier for the guards and spectators. This show is a major fundraiser for the Band Boosters. Medina’s next performance is Saturday, March 24, in Corning before the Championships on April 7.

Medina Pony Cadet Guard includes kneeling, from left: Mila Molina, Kylie Poynter, Analise Warner and Brook Twiss. Standing: Hannah Spark, Elaina Bitsai, Kaylee Twiss, Ki’Mani Poole, Adrianna Brege and Kaiana Garner.

Chuck Baker sent in this photo of his granddaughter, Raelynn Baker, who is in Medina’s Cadet Guard. Her mom, Diana Baker, is an instructor in the program.

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