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There’s more to color guard than you think

Learn more about this group that is a vital part of the Spartan Regiment

Mia Williams and Gracie Aguilar

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The color guard practices its routine on a field in Tulsa, Okla.

The color guard practices its routine on a field in Tulsa, Okla.

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The color guard practices its routine on a field in Tulsa, Okla.

Kayden Zipoy, Staff photographer

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As a part of The Spartan Regiment, there’s more to color guard than you think. Color guard is about putting forth the effort to perform and have fun as a team. The members of color guard work to overcome challenges like performing dance moves and tossing flags into the air while the marching band performs its routine. Practice time and space is often difficult for the group to come by, as they are often lowest on the pecking order

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