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Hart High Wins Winter Guard Championship

Hart High Wins Winter Guard Championship

The Hart High School Winter Guard has achieved a rare accomplishment – an undefeated season. The team was awarded gold medals in the preliminary and final rounds of the Winter Guard Association of Southern California (WGASC) Championships held in April.

Earlier in the season, Hart Winter Guard proudly captured first place honors in two separate regional competitions hosted by Winter Guard International (WGI). The first competition was held at Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Southern California.

A whole different set of teams from Northern California challenged Hart in Union City at James Logan High School. Over the last few months, the team participated in other competitions in order to be eligible to compete in the WGASC Championships and WGI regionals.

They earned first place at each of those competitions, too. The Hart Winter Guard show for 2013 was performed to “Moon River”, the well- known song from the classic film, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, starring Audrey Hepburn. Demonstrating the finest dancing and equipment skills, the team thrilled crowds as they performed upon a floor decorated like a ring box with an enormous white satin bow and painted the special shade of blue that has become synonymous with the Tiffany brand. 

Their costumes were modeled after the black dress, tiara, and pearls that Ms. Hepburn wore in the film. One-of-a-kind flags were silk-screened with her famous image as another memorable element of the show’s theme.To make a donation to this outstanding group, please visit

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Hart High Wins Winter Guard Championship

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