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Imperial Regiment wins first contest

Sunday, September 11, 2011

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INDIANAPOLIS -- The Clay City Imperial Regiment opened the 2011 marching season in the Franklin Central Invitational, coming away with a first-place finish.

The Imperial Regiment finished with a score of 48.90 in Class D, placing first. Morristown was second with a score of 47.05.

In addition, Clay City received top awards in Music, General Effect and Auxiliary, with Morristown winning Visual, Percussion and Drum Major awards.

In Class C, Scottsburg won with a score of 51.65. Tri-West was second with a 51.65, followed by Danville (47.74), and Indian Creek (45.45). North Putnam placed fifth overall with a score of 44.65.

Tri-West captured the Music award, while Scottsburg won Visual, General Effect, Auxiliary and Percussion. Danville won the Drum Major award.

In Class B, Greenwood was the top band with a score of 67.76, while Greenfield-Central was second at 59.35. Whiteland placed third at 59.20.

Greenwood won top awards in Music, Visual, General Effect, Auxiliary and Percussion, with Greenfield-Central winning Drum Major.

In Class A, Center Grove was the only competing band, scoring a 67.40.

The People's Choice award -- presented to either a Class A or B band -- went to Center Grove.

The Imperial Regiment will take part in the Red Pride Invitational Saturday at Plainfield. Clay City will be the only Class D band in action and will take the field at 4:05 p.m.

Northview will also take part in the Red Pride Invitational. Greenfield-Central will kick things off in Class B action at 6:15 p.m., followed by New Palestine (6:28), Bloomington South (6:41), Zionsville (6:54), New Castle Chrysler (7:07) and the Marching Knights at 7:20.



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