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Northview Winter Guard wins contest

Monday, February 21, 2011

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The Northview High School Winter Guard played host to an Indiana High School Color Guard Association contest Saturday.

Several schools took part in seven classes at the event.

In World Class, Northview was the only participating unit, coming away with a score of 78.50.

In Open Class, Greenfield-Central won with a score of 77.00, while Lafayette Jefferson won the Class A competition with a score of 75.90.

In Class AA, Monrovia, West Vigo, Zionsville, Triton Central and Bloomington North all received Gold Ratings. A score of 63 or above signified a Gold Rating.

In Regional A competition, Crawfordsville was the only unit to receive a Gold Rating, or a score of 73 or above.

Clay City earned a Silver Rating in Regional A competition. A score between 58.05 and 72.95 earned a Silver Rating.

In the Cadet Class, Zionsville, Taylor, Hamilton Southeastern, Greenfield-Central, North Clay Middle School, Lawrence Central and Avon all received Gold Ratings. A score of 56 or above earned a Gold Rating.

Both Northview and North Clay will not compete this weekend.

However, Clay City will take part in a Winter Guard Contest at Anderson Highland Middle School Saturday.

Clay City will compete in the Regional A Class against Frankton, Monroe Central, Wayne, Southport, Heritage, Anderson, Muncie Central, Adams Central, Columbia City, Winchester, North Posey, Rensselaer Central, Crawfordsville, Carroll, Manchester, Jay County, Tipton, Wabash and Columbus North.

Clay City is scheduled to perform at 1:16 p.m. Competition in Regional A Class begins at 11 a.m.


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Congratulations to all!!!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Tue, Feb 22, 2011, at 12:14 PM


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