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NHS guard places second

Monday, March 28, 2011

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Northview High School Winter Guard placed second in the Mid-South Color Guard Championship this weekend.

The event took place in Nashville, Tenn., Saturday and Sunday at the Lipscomb University Allen Arena.

Competing in the Scholastic World Division, Northview scored an 88, placing second behind Carmel's 91.40.

Coming in third was Marian Catholic High School (Chicago Heights, Ill.) with an 84.75, while Warren Central (Indianapolis) was fourth with an 81.75.

Norwin High School (North Huntingdon, Penn.) finished fifth overall with an 80.25 and Centerville High School (Centerville, Ohio) was sixth with a 75.60.

Northview will now compete in the 2011 Color Guard World Championships, Scholastic World Preliminary Round.

Other schools taking part in the event include Americas High School (El Paso, Texas), Arapahoe High School (Centennial, Colo.), Arcadia High School (Arcadia, Calif.), Carmel, Avon High School (Avon, Ind.), Center Grove High School (Greenwood, Ind.), Centerville, Chino High School (Chino, Calif.), Choctawhatchee High School (Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.), Flanagan High School (Pembroke Pines, Fla.), James Logan High School (Union City, Calif.), Lawrence Central High School (Indianapolis), Marian Catholic, Miamisburg High School (Miamisburg, Ohio), Mission Viejo High School (Mission Viejo, Calif.), Norwin, Rancho Bernardo High School (San Diego, Calif.), Seminole High School (Seminole, Fla.), Trumbull High School (Trumbull, Conn.), Warren Central and West Johnston (Benson, N.C.).

Times for performances have not been announced.

The event is scheduled to take place April 7-9, in Dayton, Ohio, on the campus of Wright State University.

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Congratulations and the best of luck to you all in your next competition!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Thu, Mar 31, 2011, at 3:49 PM

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