Jaguar drill team will compete at President’s Day
Floresville High School Air Force Junior ROTC Jaguar Unarmed Drill Team members (front, l-r) Hailey Hernandez, Chloe Talamantez, Kaitlin Jowers, Hazel Vallejo, Zoe Martinez, (back) drill team coach Master Sgt. Walter Cook, Yissel Moreno, Mary Garza, Acea Moreno, Luna Grimaldo, Raquel Rodriguez, and ROTC Director Lt. Col. Steven Rakel proudly represent FHS in competitions statewide.
The Floresville High School Air Force Junior ROTC Jaguar Unarmed Drill Team competed recently at the Mustang Classic drill meet held at John Jay High School in San Antonio. The event was a warmup for the Jaguars, who will travel to Houston Feb. 5-6 to compete in the President’s Day drill meet at the Richard E. Berry Educational Support Center, hosted by the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District.
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