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Marching bands win respective classes

Sunday, September 25, 2011

AVON -- Both the Northview Marching Knights and Clay City Imperial Regiment won their respective class at the Avon Meijer Invitational Saturday.

The Marching Knights, competing in Class B, scored a 70.10. Plainfield came in second with a 66.35, while Jasper was third at 65.65.

Northview also captured Best Music, Best Visual, Best General Effect and Best Auxiliary. Plainfield won Best Percussion.

In Class D, the Imperial Regiment scored a 55.15 to win the contest. Morristown was second at 53.75, while Blue River Valley was third at 49.60. Tri-Central finished fourth with a 45.55.

Clay City also won Best General Effect and Best Auxiliary. Morristown captured Best Music, Best Visual and Best Percussion, while Blue River Valley won Best Drum Major. Blue River Valley was also selected the Fan Favorite.

Edgewood won the Class C title at the contest while Carmel won Class A.

Both Northview and Clay City will compete in Indiana State School Music Association District Contests Saturday, Oct. 1, at Plainfield.

Clay City is one of two Class D bands scheduled to perform. The Imperial Regiment will take the field at 11:13 a.m. Monrovia will kick off festivities with an 11 a.m. performance.

Awards for both Class D and C will take place following a 12:31 p.m. performance from Class C band North Putnam.

Zionsville will kick off Class B action at 1:49 p.m., followed by the Marching Knights at 2:02. Plainfield will finish Class B at 2:15.

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Congratulations again NMK and CCIR! Keep it up.

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, Sep 26, 2011, at 10:57 AM

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