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The 2022-2023 MPHS Tiger Dolls
The Goin’ Gold Band reacts to the news that they have advanced to Area finals.

Contact: Kelly Cowan

Goin’ Gold Band named Area Finalist first time since 1989

The Mount Pleasant High School Goin’ Gold Band competed in the Area round of the UIL 5A Marching Competition on Saturday, October 22, at Mesquite Memorial Stadium.  At the end of prelims, they named MPHS an Area Finalist, the first time the band had made it out of Area prelims since 1989. After marching again in finals, the Goin’ Gold Band earned a seventh-place ranking.

“This year, our band program has been extremely successful due to the student’s hard work,” said Head Director Dr. Theodus Luckett III. “We have a special group of seniors who have really worked hard this year. As a result, the Mount Pleasant High School band profile has been elevated. We have received lots of positive comments about our program from across the state, and we look forward to what we will accomplish in the future.”

The Goin’ Gold Band will perform in their final regular season halftime shows on Friday, October 24, at Sam Parker Stadium and on Friday, November 4, in Hallsville. They will then turn their attention to All-Region and Wind Ensemble auditions. The band is under the direction of Dr. Theodus Luckett III, Karen Luckett, Alicia Hargett, Brian Bass, Jamey Sterrett, and Sheri Sullivan, with Colorguard Directors Cristian Gomez and Terri Marchan.

 

The 2022-2023 MPHS Tiger Dolls

Contact: Kelly Cowan

Mount Pleasant High School Tiger Dolls compete in a virtual showcase

The Mount Pleasant High School Tiger Dolls competed virtually in the American Dance/Drill Team Virtual Halftime Showcase, submitting a video of their Elvis Streamer routine.

The Tiger Dolls earned a Division I rating for their routine, receiving scores of 98, 98, and 99 from the three judges. They also received the Best Prop award and were among only five schools out of 40 to receive the Best Technique award.

The Tiger Dolls perform in their final regular season halftime shows on Friday, October 24, at Sam Parker Stadium and on Friday, November 4, in Hallsville. They will then turn their attention to competition season in the spring. The Tiger Dolls are under the direction of Jaton Broach.