Plymouth Whitemarsh High School’s Indoor Guard team recently completed undefeated season

The Plymouth Whitemarsh High School Indoor Guard’s recently completed an undefeated season and earned the top position in the Mid-Atlantic Indoor Network Scholastic Regional A Championship. The team’s 2024 show, “You Can Sail Away,” was inspired by Christopher Cross’s hit 1980 “Sailing.”

“My favorite part of this year was the fact that it was our first year back competing since the 2020 season, and we managed to be the undefeated champions,” said Plymouth Whitemarsh senior Jordyn Goss.

The team was promoted to a higher field of competition twice during the season due to the skill of the students and strength of the show design. They received a score of 93.960 at the championship, more than three points ahead of their next closest competitor. 

“I think the most rewarding thing about this journey has been seeing how motivated and excited everyone got with each new win and promotion,” said Plymouth Whitemarsh senior Audrey Paluszka. “Winning is awesome, of course, but the real rewarding part was seeing how much we were capable of after knowing nothing in the beginning of the season about how we’d do. Getting to watch my teammates be motivated by our successes—and even getting motivated by them myself—was really special.”

The Mid-Atlantic Indoor Network is the premier color guard circuit in the region with groups competing from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, New York, and Connecticut. The championships were held at the Cure Arena in Trenton, New Jersey, on April 20-21.

The team is directed by Bobbey Biddle, who is assisted by Sami Kessler and Patrick Orlando.

Photo: Colonial School District