Bulldogs finish 2nd at Band Day; Knights 7th; RHS 13th

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There was a magician in a box and a rabbit in the hat. Centerville’s performance was no trick. Photo by Rachel Sheeley

Centerville’s Blue Regiment finished second at Indiana State Fair Band Day on Friday night.

Muncie Central won by just a little more than two points, and Centerville edged Winchester by about half a point for third place.

Northeastern  finished seventh and Richmond was 13th.

Hagerstown was one of three Indiana bands that could not compete because of COVID-related quarantines.

Lincoln finished 27th in the morning competition.

Here are the scores for from the evening Sweet 16.  Find Band Day photos from Dana and Joetta Harris (DAJO Photos) and read more extensive coverage from reporter Rachel Sheeley in the Aug. 11 edition of Western Wayne News.

93.625 Muncie Central
91.725 Centerville
91.263 Winchester Community
91.250 Jay County
90.638 Kokomo
89.625 Lebanon
89.163 Northeastern
86.700 West Lafayette
78.338 Decatur County
76.425 Marion
76.400 Yorktown
76.375 Montgomery County United
74.650 Richmond
73.475 Monroe Central
72.613 Tipton
72.563 Speedway

In the morning contest, these awards were given based on band size:

Class AAA caption awards: Muncie Central, best music, visual, general effect and auxiliary. Jay County best percussion.

Class AA caption awards — all going to Wayne County— Centerville, best music, visual, general effect; Northeastern, best percussion and auxiliary

Class A  caption awards – Monroe Central, visual, general effect and percussion; Tipton, best music; Alexandria-Monroe, auxiliary

Class awards:
Class AA: 1/ Centerville, 2/ Northeastern, 3/ West Lafayette
Class AAA: 1/ Muncie Central, 2/ Winchester, 3/ Jay County
Class A: 1/ Monroe Central, 2/ Tipton, 3/ Sheridan

Read our story from the morning competition here. 

Pick up the Aug. 4 and 11 editions of Western Wayne News for your scrapbook to find photos and stories on and before Band Day!

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