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‘Curiosity’ keeps band competitive

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Avery Brasfield
Cat Queen Delaney Ziegler, 12th, begins dance for opening sequence of show.

The Titan Marching Band’s cat-themed show, “Long Live Curiosity,” placed 2nd at the Nebraska State Marching Contest with a score of 95.5 and won the caption award of Best Guard. The show featured a Cat Queen, eight cat tower props, and a throne.

Caitlyn Ybarra

The band concluded its season with a Titan Band Community Performance where the band program featured both the varsity band and the JV band. Varsity performed their state runner-up show and JV performed “I Knew You Were Trouble” and “Anti-Hero” for their Taylor Swift-themed show, “Southside Swifties.”

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