This was MWHS’s second consecutive year to host the regional DI contest.
“The tournament was amazing this year; everyone had such a great time,” Bandy said. “Spectators and competitors came by after the awards ceremony and shared stories with me about all the fun they had in Mineral Wells and how nice the community was to them. I think downtown was a big hit!”
Next up in DI competition: Perrin-Whitt Consolidated ISD students will compete in its regional DI tournament this weekend. The state meet is April 12-13 at Cinco Ranch High School in Katy.