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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Knight Singers Ensemble members (first row) Kacey Legaulft, Amber Moran, Maggie Blystone, Cassandra Barnett, Jessica Lake; (second row) Jessica Booker, Elizabeth Maurey, Tressa Clerk, Rebecca Maurey, Kirsten Kimball; (third row) Blake Wylie, Joe Yates, James Bryan, Scot Blanchard; (fourth row) Joshua Houser, Myles Stringer, Erik Everhart. Courtesy Photo.
Twenty-two members of the Northview Choral Department participated in the ISSMA State Solo and Ensemble Auditions, Saturday, Feb. 16, at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis. A total of 36 Division I Gold medals were earned. Those students participating were:

Knight Singers Ensemble: Casandra Barnett, Scot Blanchard, Maggie Blystone, Jessica Booker, James Bryan, Tressa Clerk, Eric Everhart, Lucas Graham, Josh Houser, Kirstin Kimball, Jessica Lake, Elizabeth Maurey, Rebecca Maurey, Amber Moran, Myles Stringer, Blake Wylie and Joseph Yates.

Girls Ensemble Members: Casandra Barnett, Maggie Blystone, Tressa Clerk, Kirstin Kimball, Jessica Lake, Elizabeth Maurey, Rebecca Maurey and Amber Moran

Quartet members are Elizabeth Maurey, Amber Moran, Jessica Booker and Rebecca Maurey. Courtesy Photo.
Quartet Members: Maggie Blystone, Elizabeth Maurey, Rebecca Maurey and Amber Moran

Soloist: Hannah Hoopingarner, Elizabeth Maurey, Rebecca Maurey, and Jessica Tallman

These students were eligible to participate in the ISSMA State Solo and Ensemble Auditions by virtue of receiving Division I ratings at the District contest held at Terre Haute North High School in January.

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Congrats on all your hard work

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