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Bands do well in weekend contests

Monday, October 13, 2008

Both the Northview Marching Knights and Clay City Imperial Regiment took to the fields Saturday in contests.

Northview competed Sycamore Marching Band Contest Saturday at Indiana State University, while Clay City competed at the Preview of Champions at Ben Davis High School and the Cavalcade of Champions at Center Grove High School.

The Marching Knights finished first in Class A, capturing awards for Best Music, Best Marching and Best General Effect.

Northview finished the contest with a score of 79.25. Lawrence North was second with a tally of 72.1 while Terre Haute South came in third with a score of 60.55.

Competing in Class D at both Ben Davis and Center Grove, Clay City placed second in both contests.

At Center Grove, Clay City scored 69.7 points, behind the 73.1 from Tri-West.

Tri-West captured the Music, Visual and General Effect awards at the contest.

At Ben Davis, Clay City scored 69.96. Lewis Cass won the event with a score of 70.15.

The Imperial Regiment captured the General Effect award and the Percussion award.

Lewis Cass won the other awards.

Both Clay City and Northview will take part in ISSMA Regional competition Saturday.

Both bands will compete at Jeffersonville.


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Congratulations to the youngsters of both bands ~ keep up the great music & performances!!

And to the Times staff ~ it's wonderful to see both schools getting recognition in the paper ~ thank you!!

-- Posted by karebabe on Tue, Oct 14, 2008, at 1:05 PM

Hats off to NMK!

-- Posted by sassypants on Wed, Oct 15, 2008, at 12:11 PM


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