It was my first year marching, and our halftime show was a homage to the Rocky Horror Picture Show, so of course we played Time Warp and had a dance break in the middle to do the dance. Our director told us that he would give a reward to the section who danced the best, so I was trying my hardest to make it perfect. At the part in the dance when the song says to “pull your knees in tight,” I did just that, although a little too tight. I forced my knees together with all my might to make it look snappy. I felt an enormous *snap* in my leg, and immediately fell down and couldn’t get back up. I couldn’t hold any weight on my right leg, and it was instensely painful. My section leader was right beside me in the block, and when she saw me struggling to stand up, she ran over and pretty much had to carry me over to the sidelines. For some reason, I decided to stay at practice (we had like two more hours to go) and it was the worst thing I could’ve done. I couldn’t walk anywhere without having to lean on someone’s shoulder. After practice, my mom took me to an orthopedic doctor and I learned that I had sprained my MCL. I had to miss three days of (extremely crucial) drill practice and couldn’t run for two weeks. From the Time Warp dance. Needless to say, I think my section won the dance-off.