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prhs band wins first in division for the first time in 6 years


The PRHS band has dedicated their Friday nights to watching football take wins, but the group of musicians took a win of their own on Saturday Nov. 5.

Walking out onto the turf field, staring into the glistening bright lights, as your heart races, the whistle blows, your on. The 2022-23 Marching Band and Color Guard performed an outstanding show at their first annual  field tournament against 4 different Central Coast bands. “The Roar” was held at SLO High, where the cats competed against schools such as Templeton High, Arroyo Grande High, and San Luis Obispo High.  The different teams joined together to perform a collaboration underneath the bright lights, for the first time since 2016. Taking home one of the biggest accomplishments back to Bearcat country, the team placed first in their division, (3A).  “I love being involved in a program with people you know care for what they participate in,” Junior Bianca Rangel says. The band hopes to continue to impress their community in different future opportunities, such as the Christmas parade they are currently working to perfect.

“It’s been a year of growth and success for us and we hope to continue in that direction. ”
Humberto Cera
PRHS Band Director

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