From left, Austin Hinson, 12, Brandon Wilson, 12, Shon Johnson, 17, Jonathan Henson, 14, and Lucas Hendley, 12, march during band practice at Great Falls High School on Tuesday. Of the five drummers, Johnson is the only high school student.
From left, Austin Hinson, 12, Brandon Wilson, 12, Shon Johnson, 17, Jonathan Henson, 14, and Lucas Hendley, 12, march during band practice at Great Falls High School on Tuesday. Of the five drummers, Johnson is the only high school student.
From left, Austin Hinson, 12, Brandon Wilson, 12, Shon Johnson, 17, Jonathan Henson, 14, and Lucas Hendley, 12, march during band practice at Great Falls High School on Tuesday. Of the five drummers, Johnson is the only high school student.

Marching to the beat of a younger drummer

September 16, 2007 11:45 PM

UPDATED September 17, 2007 09:18 AM

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