DAVISON (DTV)-(10/15/2018) On Saturday October 13th, the Davison Marching Band set out early to perform their show ‘Medusa’ on a competitive level. As they rose from the ground hissing like the snakes from Medusa’s head they proved through the show how much work they have put in this season. The marching technique was sharp as they moved their straight lines around the field making sure every foot was in tempo and on step. The wind was strong but the determination of the color guard, twirlers, and band was much stronger.
The class A band competed along the likes of Troy Athens, Kalamazoo, Holly, Waterford and some others. After preforming their show they landed themselves in 4th place with an 87.7, 3rd place was the Holly Marching Band, 2nd place was the Kalamazoo Marching band and 1st place was the Troy Athens Marching Band with a 94.2. It was a tough competition but the DMB did their best and looked great!
We wish them luck on their following competition this coming Saturday, October 20th. If you’d like to come out and support them at their next preformance, they will be at the Brandon High School at 10 in the morning. You can find more information on the “Davison Band and Orchestra Boosters” Facebook page.
Watch Drum Major, Cole Rutledge talk ahead of competition.
Check out the performance here!
(Credit to Zach Hathaway)