Alto saxophone player Everlena Hogan, 17, and the rest of the Tates Creek band practiced on the school's parking lot Wednesday. Bands are marching outside early and rehearsing inside later to escape the extreme heat. See a photo gallery at Kentucky.com.
Alto saxophone player Everlena Hogan, 17, and the rest of the Tates Creek band practiced on the school's parking lot Wednesday. Bands are marching outside early and rehearsing inside later to escape the extreme heat. See a photo gallery at Kentucky.com.
Alto saxophone player Everlena Hogan, 17, and the rest of the Tates Creek band practiced on the school's parking lot Wednesday. Bands are marching outside early and rehearsing inside later to escape the extreme heat. See a photo gallery at Kentucky.com.

Like sports teams, high school marching bands limit outside practice because of heat

July 28, 2011 12:00 AM

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