Drill Team

About Color Guard

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Color Guard 2019-2020
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2019-2020
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Color Guard Team Picture
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Color Guard at the Capitol
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C/CSM 
Essence sweetwine
Team Commander
Color Guard 

C/2LT DANIEL COBAZOS

2021-2022
Team Members

  • Essence Sweetwine
  • Daniel Cabazos
  • Amalia Martinez
  • Lillyanna Chapa
  • Melissa Charles
  • Ariana Maes
  • MeiLin Morales Novoa
  • Roman Ubias
  • Sean Scanlon
  • Ernesto Nevarez 
  • LaReina Valdez
  • Taegen Johnson
  • Aiyanna Encinas

         Team Commander 
                    Armed 

C/LTC MARK SIMAN 
    Team commander
            Unarmed 

About

Our drill team prepared is to teach us how to be discipline and how to be confident. Which in our drill team has 3 different teams which are Color guard, Unarmed, And armed drill.

Color Guard

North High School's Color Guard team is one of the most prestigious teams our JROTC program offers. Our Color Guard has presented the colors for many major social events including Colorado Rockies games, Colorado Avalanche games, Pearl Harbor ceremonies, Veteran's day parades, and MLK parades. The team also presents the colors at school functions such as Pep Rally's and homecoming games.

  

 Unarmed 

Honor platoon is a team that is offered by the JROTC program where cadets gather creativity skills, teamwork skills, and exhibition skills. The Unarmed Drill team is a synchronized and precise choreography routine created through a collaboration of the cadets.  The unarmed team performs their routine for the school and competes in several competitions as well.

 

Armed 

Drill teaches precision, discipline, and leadership to the Cadets involved. The Exhibition Drill team makes up their own routine through the collaboration of Cadets consisting of throws, spins, and exchanges of demilitarized rifles to complete performance during spring competitions. The Regulation Drill team marches around in a given area executing a setlist of commands with rifles. Both teams require your full commitment and attention so that we can improve and take the win! Learning how to use a drill rifle can be intimidating at first, but with practice, you can become very skilled.

Practice Schedule

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