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North Clay earns gold rating in contest

Sunday, March 11, 2012

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FRANKLIN -- The North Clay Middle School Winter Guard competed in the Indiana High School Color Guard Association (IHSCGA) Divisional Finals Saturday at Franklin Central, coming away with a gold rating in Cadet Class.

Schools had to score 60 or above to achieve the gold rating.

Other schools receiving gold ratings included Zionsville Cadet, Greenfield-Central, Avon, Martinsville East, Fairfield, Danville, Hamilton Southeastern and Carmel.

The Clay City High School Winter Guard also competed in the IHSCGA Divisional Finals Saturday.

Competing in Regional A Class at Decatur Central, Clay City came away with a silver rating. Schools had to score at least a 62.05 to earn a silver.

Other schools receiving silver ratings include Heritage, Wabash, Winchester Community, Penn, NorthWood, Concordia Lutheran, Centerville, Jay County, Crown Point, New Haven, Bishop Dwenger, Frankton, Brownsburg, Goshen, Noblesville, Center Grove, Decatur Central, Muncie Central, Fort Wayne Wayne, Brown County, Cloverdale, Monroe Central, Bremen and North Putnam.

The Northview Winter Guard took part in the Winter Guard International (WGI) Cincinnati Color Guard Regional Finals Saturday and Sunday at Xavier University, Cincinnati.

The Knights were scheduled to perform at 1:50 p.m., Sunday. Results were not known at press time.

Northview's winter guard will compete in the IHSCGA State Finals Saturday, March 17, at Center Grove.

Competing in World Class, Northview will perform at 6:38 p.m.

Other schools taking part in World Class include Center Grove (6:18 p.m.), Avon (6:28 p.m.), Warren Central (6:48 p.m.), Lawrence Central (6:58 p.m.), and Carmel (7:08 p.m.).

Awards will be presented at 7:28 p.m.


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Congratulations to all!

-- Posted by Proud of My Country on Mon, Mar 12, 2012, at 1:45 PM


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