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North Clay Color Guard earns gold in contest

Sunday, February 26, 2012

North Clay Middle School winter color guard member Reagan Rose works her way through the unit's routine, "Calling All The Monsters," Saturday during the group's performance at the Indiana High School Color Guard Association Northview contest. The eighth-grade student is the daughter of Lei Tobasco. [Order this photo]
A handful of winter color guard groups took part in the Indiana High School Color Guard Association Northview contest Saturday, with both North Clay Middle School and Northview performing well.

Taking part in Cadet Class, North Clay earned a gold rating. Schools scoring gold had to score 58 or above.

Other gold ratings were issued to Zionsville Cadet, Greenfield-Central, Carmel, Hamilton Southeastern and Avon.

Silver ratings went to Warren Central, Ben Davis, Martinsville and Clinton Prairie.

Northview competed in the World Class Division Saturday, scoring a 76.50, good enough for second place.

Avon won the division with a score of 78.70, while Center Grove placed third with a 70.

The Clay City Winter Guard also competed in the Goshen contest Saturday.

Taking part in Regional A competition, Clay City earned a silver rating. Teams earning silver had to score between 60.05 and 74.95.

Other schools earning silver included Concordia Lutheran, Bremen, Muncie Central, Penn, Columbia City, Bishop Dwenger, Crown Point, Winchester, Wabash, Monroe Central, Gosh, Jay County and NorthWood.

Wayne was the only school to earn a gold rating.

Earning bronze ratings were SouthSide, Manchester, Heritage and New Haven.

The IHSCGA State Prelims will take place Saturday at 11 a.m., with Divisional Finals taking place March 10 at Franklin Central and Decatur Central.

The IHSCGA State Finals will take place Saturday, March 17, at Center Grove High School.

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Scary!!! Congrats to all the Monsters, Good Job!

-- Posted by meandmine on Mon, Feb 27, 2012, at 3:47 PM

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