The WCSD JROTC conducted its first drill meet on April 10th with the participation of 9 schools from all over the county. Each school took the opportunity to show off their marching prowess though displays of collective discipline and cohesion. Regardless of the limitations caused by COVID-19, the teams put in the extra effort to stay motivated and ready for the competition throughout the entire school year. Each school showed up one at a time at Hug High School to participate. After all the Color Guard and Unarmed/Armed Regulation Competitions, the results were counted. Spanish Springs High School came in 1st with Hug High School in 2nd and Carson High School in 3rd. All the schools put in a tremendous amount of effort and the whole event ran smoothly thanks to the Hug Hawks Battalion which hosted the event on their outdoor drill pad.