Sounds of Success
ONA — The Red Regime made noise this weekend as it marched its way to a victory at the 25th annual “A Knight at the Roundtable” marching band competition.
Nineteen high school marching bands from West Virginia and Kentucky gathered Saturday at Cabell Midland High School for the event hosted hosted by the Marching Knights.
Wayne High School took grand champion in Division 2 with 80.125 points, with Lincoln County High School taking first runner-up with 79.700 points. Herbert Hoover High School placed second runner-up with 78.550 points. Wayne was also awarded first place in Class C, second-place drum major in Class C, third-place flags and auxiliary in Class C and second-place percussion in Class C.
Princeton High School took grand champion in Division 1 of the competition with 89.575 points, placing just 0.075 points above first runner-up Hurricane with 89.500 points. Princeton also took home awards for outstanding drum major overall, best soloist in Class A, best show design, Class A second place for flags and auxiliary, and Class A first place for percussion. Spring Valley took second runner-up in Division 1. Princeton was named Honor Band in the overall competition.
Cabell Midland Director of Bands Tim James said he is thankful the rain held off until the end of the competition and that every band in the competition put forth a winning effort.
“It was a great group of all different types of shows to put on a beautiful pageant today,” James said. “Everybody was winners today. There wasn’t anyone who couldn’t have won. Considering the heat everyone went through this summer, it’s amazing how good all the bands were.”
Catherine Blankenship from Lincoln County High School was awarded Miss Majorette and Herbert Hoover’s Josie Moore, runner-up for Miss Majorette, took outstanding twirler overall.
Wahama placed first in Class D and Spring Valley placed first in Class B.