Although the tall task of football is over for the hard working students of Timber Creek, the year is far from over. Spring semester presents a whole new set of challenges and work.
As yet another year of various all-state competition has passed, five dedicated falcons achieved the near impossible feat of making the prestigious all-state choir and band.
The Saxophone Choir will host a send off concert on Sunday, Dec. 15 before they travel to perform in the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. The concert will be from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center.
With the loss of former band directors, Darla McBryde and Hunter Bown, there was more dread and fear coming into the new season than ever before. After the marching show was reinvented, the Falcon Marching Band would overcome their stresses and went into the season with everything they could give.
After competing in two competitions, marching band will compete in Duncanville, TX, on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Panther Stadium, where they will compete to win the the 26th Annual Duncanville Marching Invitational.
Marching band members are no strangers to hard work. They practice hours every week in preparation for their competition season, and the dedication of these athletes and musicians is truly admirable. As a way to showcase their talent and diligence, an annual Marching Expo is held at Keller ISD stadium.