There’s something about group dance performance that is totally enthralling. The Midwest is home of Dodge City High school, who was chosen as the host of the 76th annual Tournament of Champions.
When a number of people can work in perfect synchronization with each other, all playing their own small part in a well-oiled machine, it makes for brilliant viewing. Those seeking an example of what I’m talking about need only look so far as the Dodge City High School, who were chosen to host the 76th annual Tournament of Champions.
The school’s basketball team made it to the finals, it was actually the drill team who was wowing the crowd with their championship skills! They started to look almost as good as the Superbowl halftime shows, until the lights suddenly went out on the girls mid-song.
Sue Kidd, wrote on the school’s Facebook page: “A bit of background for Dodge City HS, located on the western plains of KS. Total enrollment is 2000 students, 81% are minority and of that 76% Hispanic, and with low unemployment in the community.
“The school is focused on academic success AND respect for all students through a strong focus on character development. This is an example of that success. Congratulations!”
Naturally, there was an abundance of shows performed in-between games and at half-time, but none of them came close to Dodge City’s drill team. You see, making the finals was a big deal for the school, they worked so hard to make this day’s performance the most perfect one ever.
The audience didn’t know what to expect when the lights suddenly went out.
Wearing lit up crowns, and capes that were actually wings, the dancers adjusted when the beat switched from a soft ballad to a thrilling remix, with light show and all.
You will be impressed by the dedication of this dance routine as it’s one of the most incredible high school athletics half-time performances ever!
Take a look at their incredible performance in the clip below:
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