Isaac Scribner, Drum Major
Joey Hollenack, Assistant Drum Major
Andrew Otelsberg, Woodwind Captain
Kevaan Sadiq, Brass Captain
Elliot O'Deen, Drumline Captain
Jen Nguyen, Pit Captain
Emily Vitt, Color Guard Captain
Forrest Budway - Percussion Scoring
Forrest was a member of DCI Drum Corps Teal Sound out of Jacksonville,FL, DCI Drum Corps Dubuque (IA) Colts and is currently a member of the DCI Drum Corps The Cavaliers from Rosemont, IL. In the marching band off season he is a member of the indoor percussion group Palmetto Percussion. Previously he graduated from Panther Creek High School in Cary, NC, and is currently a student at UNCW. We are glad to have him back.
Madison Cubbage - Color Guard Tech and Coach
Rebekah Nielsen - Visual Instructor and mellophone tech
Al has been designing marching bad drill in Indiana, leading the industry as one of the most successful drill designers in that state! He has designed for literally hundreds of programs throughout the years and at all levels of achievement. Al performed with the 32nd Hussars and Madison Drum and Bugle corps, aging out in 1975 with a World Championship! He has written for many drum corps over the years such as The Colts, Skywriters, The Bluestars, Emeral Knights and Florida Wave, to name a few.
John T. Hoggard band leadership is essential to the success of the Viking Bands. If you ever have a question or concern for a band leader, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we'll forward any concerns to the appropriate individual.
This is Mr. Reed's 22nd year at Hoggard High School teaching concert band, symphonic band, jazz ensemble, color guard and marching band. During that time, his groups have earned many superior and excellent ratings. Mr. Reed has been a clinician in Craven and Columbus Counties and in 2013, he was the Clinician for the NCBA Eastern District 9/10 Band.
Currently Mr. Reed is the Department Chair for the Hoggard Arts Department and is the Secretary for the North Carolina BandMasters Association Eastern District. Prior to moving to Wilmington in July 1998, Mr. Reed taught for 10 years in Illinois. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Music Education from Western Illinois University.
Mr. Reed and his wife, Diane, live in Wilmington and are the proud parents of two sons, Tyler and Hunter.
Music is a world within itself. It is a language we all understand.