The Loveland Guard had a fantastic meet at Evergreen, High School on Saturday, Feb. 15. Varsity is three for three…taking First Place in the National Scholastics A class with a score of 76.170. Our JV Guard was very happy with their performance and their first place of 71.530 in the Scholastic A class. And we couldn’t be prouder of our Erwin Guard that placed second with a score of 67.950 in the Novice class…improving 7 points over their score from last week’s competition at Loveland. The Loveland Guard is taking a week off from competition for more rehearsals with their next meet at Pomona HS on Saturday, March 1. See the Loveland Guard Competitions for a complete schedule.
The annual Loveland Invitational Winter Guard Show is the premier Northern Colorado Guard Show of the season with 20 guard units competing. The Loveland Guard represented themselves well with 2 first places and 1 second place finish.
Loveland Varsity Guard : 1st Place NSA class | 72.240
Loveland JV Guard: 1st Place SA class | 69.550
Erwin Guard: 2nd Place Novice | 60.69
► More show results
► More about the Loveland Guard program
Thank-you to our great Sponsors:
Ace Hardware | Antonio’s Burritos
Einstein Bros Bagels | Johnson’s Corner | King Soopers | Sam’s Club
Loveland High School Band Boosters & Loveland Winter Guard Parents ____________________________________________________________
Congratulations to Lane Allbee on accepting a contract to one of the premier world class drum and bugle corps: the Blue Knights. This will be Lane’s first with the Knights.
World Class corps can have up to 150 members. Students in World Class corps are primarily college-age with some high school involvement. Most corps from this class start spring training in late May for three weeks, followed by an intensive tour schedule – from mid-June to early August -traveling more than 10,000 miles over the course of the summer while performing at more than 35 sanctioned events.
The competition seasons ends in Indianapolis, where the DCI World Championships will be held August 7 – 9.
Mark your calendars and go to a Drum Corps show this summer and enjoy an memorable evening of music and marching excellence.
• Drums Along the Rockies – Cheyenne Edition: July 11
• Drums Along the Rockies – Denver at Sports Authority Field at Mile High: July 12.
• To find out where more shows are playing this summer, check the DCI website and click on schedule.
► Read the Reporter Herald article on Lane.
► Learn more about the Blue Knights.
► Learn more about the Drum Corps International.
Congratulaions to our LHS Band students who have been selected for the 2014 Colorado All-State Honor Band!
The All-State Symphonic Band is comprised of 114 students representing 57 high schools.
A total of 886 students from 144 schools participated in the recent All-State Bands auditions.
► All-State Symphonic Roster
All-State Symphonic Band Weekend: April 3-5, 2014
Steven Davis, Guest Conductor
Director of Bands, University of Missouri, Kansas City
- David Leech – Clarinet
- Sarah Schweikart – Clarinet
- Kyle Depperschmidt – Bass Clarinet
- Alan Moy – Tenor Saxophone
- Nathan Larson – Tuba
Congratulations to our LHS Band students who have been selected for the 2014 Colorado State University Honor Band!
► For information about the Colorado State University Honor Band
► 2014 Roster
Mark your calendar for the 2014 High School Honor Band Festival!
Festival Start: February 20, 2014 | 8:00 am
Festival End: February 22, 2014 | 5:00 pm
Venue: University Center for the Arts
Address: 1400 Remington Street, Ft. Collins, CO
|Scott Bragg – Bassoon
Henry Buckley – Clarinet
Sarah Schweikart – Clarinet
Kyle Depperschmidt – Bass Clarinet
Sydney Brown – Trumpet
Christopher Foss- Trombone
|Peter McCarty – Bass Trombone
Lane Allbee – Tuba
Nathan Larson – Tuba
Joe Bower – Percussion
Sarah Foss – Percussion
Tyler Ruth – Percussion