Enterprise High School’s JROTC Wildcat Battalion scholastic, drill, physical wellness and rifle groups performed well at the Pell City Invitational on Saturday.
As indicated by JROTC Instructor and resigned Sgt. Maj. Gary Price, the groups “did exceptionally well” and earned the general in front of the pack Commander’s Trophy.
The contingent had two physical wellness groups contend.
Group 1 — directed by Colby Clark, who was the general male champ for the afternoon — completed first. The group comprises of individuals Lauren Rodgers, Christopher Beltz and Daniel Babaran.
Group 2 — directed by Austin Butler — completed second and is comprised of colleagues Nathan Schmidt, Jacob Tillery and Sam Rogers.
The scholastic group — including colleagues Alanna Jury, Caleb Lewis, Brandon Blackman and Luis Cardona — put second. The group was instructed by Joshua Rodriguez.
Somewhere else, the Belles of the Blue Knights Drill Team — instructed by Amber Mayse — won first in Platoon Unarmed Inspection, first in Platoon Exhibition Unarmed and second in Platoon Exhibition Armed.
The Belles of the Blue Knights Color Guard, instructed by Rachel McCarty, put second in Unarmed Color Guard and third in Armed Color Guard.
In other challenge, the Blue Knights Drill Team, instructed by Edward Howell put first in Platoon Exhibition Armed and the Blue Knights Color Guard, told by Cory Wise, completed first in Unarmed Color Guard and second in Armed Color Guard.
The Rifle Team, told by Zane Wallace, got an in front of the rest of the competition win with Morgan Werhan putting third in the Individual Rifle Match.
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