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Imperial Regiment finishes second

Sunday, September 12, 2010

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FRANKLIN -- The Clay City Imperial Regiment opened the 2010 marching band season Saturday at the Franklin Central Invitational, coming away with a second-place finish.

The Imperial Regiment scored a 54.95. Orleans won the Class D competition with a score of 57.45.

Taylor placed third overall with a 49.5, while Clinton Central was fourth with a 42.45.

Seven other bands competed at the invitational Saturday.

In Class C, Tri-West won with a 61.15, followed by Corydon Central (56.7), and Indian Creek (46.35).

In Class B competition, Greenwood won with a 71.9. Whiteland was second at 64.95.

In Class A, Avon won with a 78.15, while Ben Davis was second at 71.9.

The Imperial Regiment will compete again Saturday in the Warren Central Invitational. Clay City is scheduled to take the field at 4:26 p.m.

Triton Central will open Class D competition at 4 p.m., followed by Clinton Central at 4:13. Elwood will close Class D at 4:39 p.m.

Northview will also open competition Saturday in the Red Pride Marching Invitational at Plainfield. The Marching Knights are scheduled to take the field at 6:54 p.m.

Other Class B bands competing Saturday include Zionsville, Bloomington North, Mt. Vernon, Cathedral, New Castle Chrysler, Greenwood and Decatur Central. Plainfield will also compete, but only in exhibition.


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CONGRATULATIONS Clay City Imperial Regiment! Great job....keep it up and go get 'em! Good luck.

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, Sep 13, 2010, at 11:09 AM


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