Drum Majors & Color Guard Honored at Marching Band Competition

The Wolf Pride Marching Band earned “Best Drum Majors” and “Best Color Guard” in their class at the Ozarko Invitational Marching Festival, held October 1 at Missouri State University.

The Reeds Spring High School band finished fifth overall in the white division of the festival. Band director John Devos said the band’s performance was, “easily the best in the last several years.”

The Wolves defeated Marshfield last Friday, 36-8 victory. Quarterback Blake Gronvold led the team with 90 yards rushing and a touchdown. He also threw a 51-yard touchdown pass to Ransom Allphin. Seth Stamps, Ben Helms, and Korey Robinette also scored for the Wolves. The team is now 6-1 and travels to Buffalo on Friday, October 7.

The Lady Wolves defeated Buffalo on Senior Night, 14-4. That secured a second-place tie for in the COC-Small. The next night, Reeds Spring beat Springfield Hillcrest, 5-4. Kickapoo defeated the Lady Wolves over the weekend, 6-2. The JV team won all three of its games.

The Lady Wolves defeated Springfield Parkview in two sets last week. The next night, Marshfield beat Reeds Spring in three sets. Springfield Catholic also defeated the Lady Wolves last week in two sets.

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