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Imperial Regiment third at Plainfield

Sunday, September 20, 2009

PLAINFIELD -- The Imperial Regiment of Clay City took part in the Plainfield Invitational Saturday, coming away with a third-place finish.

Clay City scored a 46.95 in the competition. Lewis Cass won the Class D trophy with a score of 57.10, while Mooristown was second with a tally of 48.05.

Eastern placed fourth with a score of 43.85.

Lewis Cass won all five additional awards, capturing overall Music, Visual, General Effect, Auxiliary and Percussion.

In the second week of the www.indianamarching.com poll, the Imperial Regiment moved up one spot.

Clay City was ranked 10th in the preseason poll, but now sits in ninth position, having tallied 61 votes.

Forest Park and Springs Valley each have 116 votes to tie for first in Class D. Lewis Cass is third with 103 votes.

The Marching Knights of Northview also competed Saturday at Indiana State University. Results were not known at press time.

The Marching Knights were ranked No. 1 among Class B bands in the www.indianamarching.com preseason poll and nothing changed heading into the second week.

Northview still holds the top spot with 120 votes while Greenwood is second with 110 votes.

Competition continues this weekend for both bands.

The Imperial Regiment will be in action in the Avon Invitational and the Greenwood Invitational. Clay City will perform at Avon at 10:56 a.m., while the band will begin competition in Greenwood at 4:13 p.m.

The Marching Knights will take part in the Brownsburg Invitational.

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Great job!!!!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, Sep 21, 2009, at 11:02 AM

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