FORNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – While people come to see the student-athletes, one thing to consider as high schools get set to start are the marching bands performing at their sporting events.
At Forney High School more than 200 band members show up for practice every day at 7:00 a.m.READ MORE: Dallas Cowboys Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn Says He's Staying With The Team For 2022
They’re keeping their fingers crossed that there is a high school football season and are determined to ply a winning tune when it’s time.
“We just wanna end this year on a high note and make the best year out of all of them,” said senior band memberJoey Cortez.READ MORE: Dallas Homicide Detectives Investigating Fatal Shooting Of Juan Jairo Toran, 19
As for beating the pandemic, senior band member Ruben Sanchez said, “Nothing is impossible. Nothing is unbeatable. If we want it and stick with it, we can do it.”
Forney ISD has decided students can still take part in extra curricular activities even if they do learning online.
This leads senior Adriana Avila to make one promise about their practice becoming perfect.MORE NEWS: Don't Put Away Your Wallet, $3 Gasoline Is Back And Expected To Hang Around For A While
“it all starts out here and then we go out there and we rock it,” he said.