Indoor Drumline is a winter based ,(November-April) extra-curricular activity.  The ensemble is a competitive unit whose goal is to obtain the highest and most precise level of training and performance in marching percussion.  After school and weekend rehearsals will be scheduled and attendance is required. Students should expect to travel to competitions on Saturdays and may travel as far as Daytona Beach, FL.  The CCHS drumline competes exclusively in the Florida Federation of Colorguard Circuit (FFCC).  Student membership is determined by audition and required instrumentation.

2019 Dying of the Light

2018 Breathe

  • FFCC Championships: 76.45 - 2nd Place -  Silver Medalists! 
  • Focus: 69.55 - 2nd Place
  • Riverview: 65.75 - 3rd Place
  • Premiere: 62.35 - 4th Place

2016 Ra: FFCC Scholastic AA Champions

2015 Pathways 

2013 Shadows from Beneath:  FFCC Scholastic AA Champions

  • FFCC Championships: 82.95 - CHAMPIONS!!!!!
  • Seminole: 75.95 - 1st Place
  • Percussion Focus Show: 71.4 - 1st Place
  • Cypress Creek: 69.4 - 1st place
  • Premier: 60.25 - 8th place

The goal was to break 80 and medal at championships- no one had any idea of what was to come of the focused program "Beneath".  After a confidence boost and a first place finish at the Cypress Creek Competition, the Seahawks were off and running and never looked back!  An undefeated season led to a Gold medal finish at championships - Cape's first ever medal in FFCC history!

 2012: The Masque (Scholastic AA)

  • Premier 66.225 - 14th place
  • Seminole 75.6 - 4th place
  • Osceola 79.150 - 2nd place
  • FFCC Finals: 78.5 - 5th place

After the most successful season to date, Cape Indoor Drumline flirted with breaking 80 for the first time ever! As the FFCC percussion units grew in size and number of units competeing, the ensemble knew it had to put on a very competitive and clean show. With David Bolzman as a visual consultant and Instructors Travis Weaver, David Rojas, and Director Stacey Green, the staff held the ensemble to a high level of performance, and it showed in the scores.

2011: Escape from Alcatraz(Scholastic AA)

  • Premier: 61.6 - 11th place
  • Jefferson 77.30 - 1st place
  • Freedom 71.1 - 4th place
  • Lakewood Ranch 76.35 2nd place
  • FFCC Finals - 75.7 - 5th place

John Levenhagen, percussion captain, was incredibly proud of the show that this group put on. The ensemble continued to progress at great lengths each year. CCHS Indoor Drumline was beginning to understand the circuit and creating an overall package that was incredibly competitive

2010: Illuminations (Scholastic AA)

  • Premiere: 58.75 - 11th place
  • Countryside 62.05 - 1st place
  • Jefferson 63.1 - 5th place
  • East Lake 64.85 - 5th place
  • FFCC Finals - 71.0 - 5th place

With new Instructor Stacey Green, Cape's Indoor Drumline stepped it up a notch to Scholastic AA and competed at a much higher level. For Senior captains Ben Siedl and Travis Weaver, this line provided one of the proudest moments when the group placed 1st for the first time in Cape's indoor history.

2009: The House (Scholastic A)

  • Freedom High: 67.8 - 4th place
  • East Lake High: 69.4 - 8th place

The House was Cape Coral's first indoor drumline production in 4 years. Working without a formal percussion instructor and designer, captains Alyssa Leyva, Ben Seidl, and Travis Weaver managed to pull together a great season for the new CCHS indoor drumline.

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