Foothill band welcomes fire baton twirler

The Foothill High School band is taking its football game performances to a new level, with the addition of a fire baton twirler.

Posted: Oct 22, 2019 12:42 PM

PALO CEDRO, Calif. - The Foothill High School band is taking its football game performances to a new level, with the addition of a fire baton twirler.

Sophomore Haley Moore, performed with the Foothill Cougar Band for the first time on Friday night in Palo Cedro, twirling two fire batons at once.

According to the Shasta Sports Network, Moore is the first student ever to represent a North State high school by twirling a fire baton.

She's been twirling since age three, her dedication has earned her Championships recognition and awards on the regional, state and national levels.

"I'm very excited, it's going to be fun sharing my school spirit and to be a part of the Foothill band culture," said Moore.

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