DHS Sports Week with Randi Marshall
Season Update: The Desty Darlings held officer tryouts on Friday, May 4.
Each candidate was given a choice of two songs to choreograph an original routine.
After an hour and a half, each girl was given a different interview question to answer in front of the rest of the team and three outside judges.
Each officer candidate performed her routine, and was scored.
The results of the 2007 - 2008 officers were posted on the official Desty website.
The new officers are: Captain - Courtney Harper, Co-Captain- Rachel Respess, 1st Lieutenant - Taylor Rebowe and 2nd Lieutenant - Randi Marshall.
Season Update: Congratulations to the DHS State Tennis Team for placing 5th in state for tennis.
Special recognition goes to Charlie Jones for receiving 2nd place in boy's singles at state tennis championships. Good job team!
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