Guard Championships Day 1
April 1, 2022
Millennium HS
Director Information

Color Guard Judges:

  • Equipment: Doug Henderson
  • Equipment: Michele Bowers
  • Equipment: Katelyn Payne
  • Equipment: Phylliss Selby
  • Movement: Catherine Plant.
  • Movement: Todd James
  • Movement: Robyn Kotte
  • General Effect: Lance Coochyouma
  • General Effect: Robin Montoya
  • General Effect: Tony Chistofano
  • General Effect: Tony Melancon
  • General Effect: Joyce Loughrige
  • General Effect: Laura Baker
  • Design Analysis: Scott Montoya
  • Design Analysis: Swaga Deb
  • Design Analysis: Brian Ellis
  • Design Analysis: Kyle Coleman
  • Chief Judge: Tony Christofano
  • Chief Judge: Scott Montoya
  • Shadow:
    • Movement: Chaylee Chan
    • Dance Analysis: Sarai Johnson

Contest Staff:

  • Contest Administrator: Danielle Dorks-Gray
  • Time & Penalty: Robin Montoya
  • Time & Penalty: Kevin Johnson
  • Tabulator: Ian Peterson
  • Sound Engineer: Aaron Hudson

Judge and Staff assignments and schedules subject to change.

Ticket Information

WGAZ is ready for the new indoor season and excited for all the events to come. To ensure students, staff, and fans are safe and can easily access events, we have partnered with GoFan to provide digital tickets and contactless payments. To buy tickets, visit our GoFan page.

Purchase tickets here!

Ticket Prices:

Combo Pass (Guard Friday and Saturday) - $27

General Admission (Guard One Day)- $18

5 and under - Free


  • Wristbands will only allow gym access for a specific block of performances
    • Check standard schedule in the events schedule on this page
  • Masks are highly encouraged at WGAZ events.
  • Limited seats will be available
  • Ticket purchases will be online or through a QR code only
  • Show proof of tickets on GoFan App to receive a wristband
  • No food or drink will be allowed in the gym
  • WGAZ recommends fans to arrive 15 minutes before scheduled performance times
  • Schedule is subject to change
  • As safety is paramount to all performers, any type of flash photography is strictly prohibited. Family, friends and fans may take still photos of WGAZ events for personal use only. Small, non-professional, single frame “point & shoot” cameras are allowed into all venues. Any camera that has a detachable lens or lens that extends to four (4) or more inches is considered a “Professional Camera” and thus prohibited.
  • There is no video recording permitted at any WGAZ event. Any liability associated with unauthorized recordings will rest with the individual or organization making the recording. WGAZ does not condone, nor accept any liability for, any unauthorized recording during the event.
Registered Groups
There are no performances!