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Golden Delight was absolutely awesome!! From the choreography to the uniform change. Definitely the best of the night. But one thing about it. They always tear it up when go to Honda. Plus NCAT had a great show per usual. Great job


In regards to the Settes.......What evidence or facts do you have that hazing occured??? 


nsuking2005 said:

1) Black Foxes - They were the immediate standouts for me. No fluff or gimmicks. Just a visually stunning, well put together and well-executed routine...as I've come to always expect from them. Shawn Zachary has done a phenomenal job with rebuilding this group (and her presence has been sorely missed at Southern, as far as I'm concerned).

2) Golden Delight - I found the lighting effects to be excessive, personally, but I also won't knock trying different things and incorporating them seamlessly into a strong show. Great work from GD, as always.

3) Orchesis - No complaints for the dancers...very well-done routine. (But as always, their great choreography gets screwed over by the band not standing still. I've kinda just had to learn not to get distracted by it. But that's always been my main issue with Orchesis features and, apparently, always will be lol)

4) Ebony Fire - Appreciated what they were going for, but they tried to do a lot in one routine and it didn't all come together. I even saw one dancer fall over out of the ending pose. This also gave me Golden Delight teas, tbh. But I definitely give this an A for effort.

5) J-Settes - this season has been a case study of why hazing does more harm than good, in general. But pretty good routine, overall. The lack of dancers honestly takes away from it...visually, 5 or more dancers on the field is ideal for me. And as I've said for them previously, with so few dancers, the execution should be flawless...it wasn't here.

6) Sophisticated Ladies - Didn't blow me away but perfectly solid routine

7) Sweet Sensations - This was a thing that happened...it was fine

Overall, a strong showing from the dancers. I didn't dislike any of the routines and most of them were good, if not great.

Other dancelines are just throwing together these lackluster routines and than adding music, you clearly can see and hear, the routine wasn't choreographed to the music! They are just going going through the motion and trying to look cute. We want to see y'all gasping for your breath and sweating when you end your routine and return to the sideline!

Danclines are placing too much emphasis on the stands, when it shouldn't be, and neglecting the field shows. I'm tried of seeing the gazelle jumps and the excessive use of the ground. Golden Delight are "crowd pleasers", they know their sole purpose is to entertain the audience with energy, showmanship and a wow factor! That's it in a nutshell!

Hi I'm Aggiehead call me Mother said:

When are these other dancelines going to stop letting Golden Delight push them around like this. And who every said Ebony Fire did a good job, yo Mama cant cook, cause you ain't got no taste. After EB finished I was like "I dont want to be right here, it stink" ( if you dont know what I'm talking about, go to youtube and type in, "i dont want to be right here")

lol

J Sampson said:


In regards to the Settes.......What evidence or facts do you have that hazing occured??? 


nsuking2005 said:

1) Black Foxes - They were the immediate standouts for me. No fluff or gimmicks. Just a visually stunning, well put together and well-executed routine...as I've come to always expect from them. Shawn Zachary has done a phenomenal job with rebuilding this group (and her presence has been sorely missed at Southern, as far as I'm concerned).

2) Golden Delight - I found the lighting effects to be excessive, personally, but I also won't knock trying different things and incorporating them seamlessly into a strong show. Great work from GD, as always.

3) Orchesis - No complaints for the dancers...very well-done routine. (But as always, their great choreography gets screwed over by the band not standing still. I've kinda just had to learn not to get distracted by it. But that's always been my main issue with Orchesis features and, apparently, always will be lol)

4) Ebony Fire - Appreciated what they were going for, but they tried to do a lot in one routine and it didn't all come together. I even saw one dancer fall over out of the ending pose. This also gave me Golden Delight teas, tbh. But I definitely give this an A for effort.

5) J-Settes - this season has been a case study of why hazing does more harm than good, in general. But pretty good routine, overall. The lack of dancers honestly takes away from it...visually, 5 or more dancers on the field is ideal for me. And as I've said for them previously, with so few dancers, the execution should be flawless...it wasn't here.

6) Sophisticated Ladies - Didn't blow me away but perfectly solid routine

7) Sweet Sensations - This was a thing that happened...it was fine

Overall, a strong showing from the dancers. I didn't dislike any of the routines and most of them were good, if not great.

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