Susquehannock hosts drum competition

John A. Pavoncello
York Dispatch

Fresh off the marching band’s championship season, Susquehannock High School hosted its second annual Indoor Percussion and Color Guard Competition on Saturday, Feb. 17.

The threat of winter weather forced the performances to start earlier in the day and kept some of the competitors from attending, but that didn't dampen the thunder of drums or swirl of flags.

The competition was judged by the Keystone Indoor Drill Association (KIDA).

This is the second consecutive year Susquehannock hosted units from Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia competing in three disciplines: percussion, color guard and indoor winds.