The game is incomplete without the LPHS Marching Band

WNLP photos and story by Mike Kellems

They work tirelessly through the summer and typically their practices, on hot asphalt, begin before football practice and end after the football players leave the stadium. They are always competitive and consistently bring recognition to their school and their community. They practice for hours and hours so that for six or seven minutes during halftime of a home game, the crowd can be entertained … and entertain they do! During the games they are often the loudest to cheer for the team. The music they play can and often does fire up the crowd.

I took the opportunity during the Nov. 8 Slicers game versus Portage to shoot some photos of the student musicians knowing that the WNLP editor would appreciate their efforts just as much as I do and would be happy to give the La Porte High School Marching Band a “photographic credit” for all of the hard work and dedication. Enjoy!

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