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County bands advance to regionals

Sunday, October 2, 2011

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For 28 straight years, the Northview Marching Knights have advanced to Indiana State School Music Association regional competition.

On Saturday, both the Marching Knights and Clay City Imperial Regiment received golds to earn a trip to the regional.

Northview was one of three Class B bands competing at the Plainfield District. Zionsville and Plainfield also earned golds to move on to regional competition.

In addition to earning regional status, the Marching Knights won Best Visual and Best General Effect Saturday.

Plainfield captured Best Music.

Clay City and Monrovia were the only Class D bands at the Plainfield District. Both earned golds.

Monrovia also captured Best Music, Best Visual and Best General Effect.

Clay City will compete in two contests this weekend. The Imperial Regiment will take part in the Cavalcade of Champions at Center Grove High School and will take the field at 1:13 p.m.

Other Class D bands competing include New Washington (1 p.m.), Crawford County (1:26), Morristown (1:39), Monrovia (1:52), Triton Central (2:05), and Springs Valley (2:18).

In addition, the Imperial Regiment will take part in the Warren Central Invitational at Warren Central High School.

Clay City will perform at 3:30 p.m. Other Class D bands include Tri-Central (3 p.m.), and New Washington (3:15).

Northview will also take part in the Cavalcade of Champions Saturday. The Marching Knights will take the field at 7:25 p.m.

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Other Class B bands performing include Plainfield (6:20 p.m.), Columbus East (6:33), Pendleton Heights (6:46), New Palestine (6:59), and Jasper (7:12).


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Congratulations on your GOLDS!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, Oct 3, 2011, at 11:39 AM


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