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 Post subject: Results - Arcadia Festifval of Bands
PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 6:36 pm 
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60TH ANNUAL ARCADIA FESTIVAL OF BANDS (SCSBOA)
- Arcadia/Glendora, CA


Band Review Results

Class C
91.50 Arnold O. Beckman (Irvine)
90.85 South El Monte
90.85 Arroyo (El Monte)
90.45 Temple City
90.10 Downey
88.55 William Workman (City of Industry)
88.45 Patrick Henry (San Diego)
88.40 El Rancho (Pico Rivera)
86.85 Valhalla (El Cajon)
85.70 Point Loma (San Diego)
Auxiliary
86.70 Workman
85.10 Downey
84.90 Beckman
77.00 Patrick Henry
75.10 Temple City
74.20 South El Monte
74.40 Arroyo
72.85 Point Loma
71.85 El Rancho
71.70 Valhalla

Class B
92.20 Olympian (Chula Vista)
92.25 Cypress
91.40 Gretchen A. Whitney (Cerritos)
91.35 Westview (San Diego)
91.30 Shadow Hills (Indio)
90.40 West (Torrance)
90.20 Esperanza (Anaheim)
89.65 Schurr (Montebello)
88.70 Bonita Vista (Chula Vista)
87.80 John A. Rowland (Rowland Heights)
Auxiliary
88.00 Esperanza
87.30 Bonita Vista
86.45 Whitney
84.95 Westview
83.70 Olympian
80.70 Cypress
81.10 West
79.85 Rowland
73.90 Shadow Hills
70.80 Schurr

Class A
92.30 Diamond Ranch (Pomona)
92.25 John F. Kennedy (La Palma)
92.20 Loara (Anaheim)
91.80 Mira Mesa (San Diego)
91.50 Montebello
91.35 Santiago (Corona)
91.35 Eastlake (Chula Vista)
91.15 John H. Glenn (Norwalk)
90.65 Mayfair (Lakewood)
89.65 Garey (Pomona)
Auxiliary
90.80 Eastlake
90.40 Mira Mesa
85.15 Kennedy
84.00 Santiago
83.70 Mayfair
82.15 Diamond Ranch
80.15 Montebello
80.00 Garey
78.80 John Glenn
78.30 Loara

Class AA
95.50 Riverside King
95.25 Rancho Bernardo (San Diego)
94.85 Diamond Bar
94.45 Mt. Carmel (San Diego)
94.05 Chino
93.50 Glendora
92.95 El Dorado (Placentia)
92.65 Henry J. Kaiser (Fontana)
92.00 Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks)
90.80 Arlington (Riverside)
89.25 Golden Valley (Merced)
Auxiliary
93.20 Chino
92.50 Diamond Bar
90.80 Glendora
90.10 Riverside King
87.00 El Dorado
86.90 Rancho Bernardo
85.10 Arlington
84.75 Kaiser
84.70 Mt. Carmel
81.60 Golden Valley
80.55 Notre Dame

Drill Team
88.10 South El Monte
87.55 Glendora
85.65 Temple City
84.75 Montebello
84.55 West
84.30 Schurr
78.70 John Glenn


Military Drum Major
93.60 Diamond Bar
93.50 Arlington
92.20 Montebello
91.45 Riverside King
89.30 El Dorado
89.00 Rancho Bernardo (1.0 Pen)
86.00 South El Monte
85.50 West
83.25 Loara
83.00 Temple City
82.75 Olympian
81.00 Santiago
81.00 Bonita Vista
79.00 Cypress (1.0 Pen)
78.00 Chino (1.0 Pen)
73.25 Westview
70.75 Eastlake (5.0 Pen)
71.75 Shadow Hills
68.00 Esperanza (1.0 Pen)
67.50 Schurr

Mace Drum Major
94.35 Glendora
91.10 Whitney
91.05 Mt. Carmel
90.50 Rowland
90.25 Kennedy
89.50 Kaiser
89.25 Garey
88.55 Diamond Ranch
87.90 Notre Dame
86.00 El Rancho
84.50 Mayfair
82.50 Beckman
82.50 Valhalla
81.00 Mira Mesa
79.00 Arroyo
78.75 Patrick Henry
76.00 John Glenn
73.50 Downey
72.50 Golden Valley
71.25 Workman
58.00 Point Loma

SWEEPSTAKES
Drill Team Sweepstakes – 88.10 South El Monte
Auxiliary Sweepstakes – 93.20 Chino
Music Award – 484.5 Rancho Bernardo
Band – 95.50 Riverside King

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Arcadia Festifval of Bands
PostPosted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 8:03 pm 
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Hm. :|

Congrats to Riverside King! Any of the top four bands could have taken it, I thought. It was a solid competition. But... the judges and I have some significant differences of opinion in other regards.

I'll post my thoughts/review tomorrow or Monday.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 12:54 am 
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I couldn't be there today, but my wife indicated that each group brought their 'A' game to the street and field. It appears that the scores reflect that the judges were challenged throughout each division.

Thanks for posting the street results, Dennis (no doubt between bites of his dinner).

Look forward to your thoughts, Kevin.

West Arcadia/AFOB is now 60 years old. While I wasn't around for the first street battle, I participated in a half-dozen West Arcadia events between junior high and high school. Around the time of my last performance, a number of high quality groups were walking away from the street in order to spend 100% of their energy on field tournaments. At that time, some people were openly predicting the near-term demise of high school instrumental street competitions (Arcadia, Chino, Loara, etc.) and perhaps the eventual narrowing of the scope of field competitions.

After 30 years and through several devastating economic periods, I'm just glad instrumental student musicians continue to have events that showcase their talents. Hopefully for decades to come.

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Arcadia Festifval of Bands
PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 5:50 pm 
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Great job to all bands that performed at the 60th Annual Arcadia Festival of Bands Band Review on Saturday, November 16th 2013. Below are all performing bands. Enjoy :)

Playlist - 2013 Arcadia Band Review

Dignitary Parade

00 – Host - Arcadia HS - The Conqueror by Carl Teike
00 – Host - Dana, Foothills & First Avenue Middle Schools

34 – 89.25 - Golden Valley HS - Roll Away Bet! by James Ord Hume

01 – 95.50 - Riverside King HS - Volunteers of the Union Army by Dr. Collette Hausey
02 – 95.25 - Rancho Bernardo HS - Bullets & Bayonets by John Philip Sousa
03 – 94.85 - Diamond Bar HS - Solid Men to the Front by John Philip Sousa
04 – 94.45 - Mt. Carmel HS - Gloria by Frank Losey
05 – 94.05 - Chino HS - The Directorate by John Philip Sousa
06 – 93.50 - Glendora HS - Glorious Victory by Walter M. Kendall
07 – 92.95 - El Dorado HS - Solid Men to the Front by John Philip Sousa
08 – 92.65 - Kaiser HS - Washington Grays by Claudio S. Grafulla
09 – 92.30 - Diamond Ranch HS - The Loyal Legion by John Philip Sousa
10 – 92.25 - Kennedy HS - Golden Jubilee by John Philip Sousa

11 – 92.25 - Cypress HS - Old Ironsides by John Philip Sousa
12 – 92.20 - Loara HS - Sound Off by John Philip Sousa
13 – 92.20 - Olympian HS - National Emblem by Edwin Eugene Bagley
14 – 92.00 - Notre Dame HS - The Southerner by Russell Alexander
15 – 91.80 - Mira Mesa HS - Queen City by Halston W. Boorn
16 – 91.50 - Montebello HS - Sarafand by George Henry Willcox
17 – 91.50 - Beckman HS - The Stars and Stripes Forever by John Philip Sousa
18 – 91.40 - Whitney HS - Marsche Minor by Dr. Collette Hausey
19 – 91.35 - Westview HS - Chimes of Liberty by Edwin Franko Goldman
20 – 91.35 - Eastlake HS - Glorious Victory by Walter M. Kendall

21 – 91.35 - Santiago HS - Bullets & Bayonets by John Philip Sousa
22 – 91.30 - Shadow Hills HS - The Loyal Legion by John Philip Sousa
23 – 91.15 - John Glenn HS - Zacatecas March by Genaro Codina
24 – 90.85 - South El Monte HS - Holyrood by Kenneth J. Alford
25 – 90.85 - Arroyo HS - Chicago Tribune by William Paris Chambers
26 – 90.80 - Arlington HS - The Gladiator by John Philip Sousa
27 – 90.65 - Mayfair HS - H.M. Jollies by Kenneth J. Alford
28 – 90.45 - Temple City HS - The Purple Carnival by Harry L. Alford
29 – 90.40 - West HS - The Mad Major by Kenneth J. Alford
30 – 90.20 - Esperanza HS - Bravura by Charles E. Duble

31 – 90.10 - Downey HS - Bravura by Charles E. Duble
32 – 89.65 - Schurr HS - The Loyal Legion by John Philip Sousa
33 – 89.65 - Garey HS - The High School Cadets by John Philip Sousa
35 – 88.70 - Bonita Vista HS - The Pathfinder of Panama by John Philip Sousa
36 – 88.55 - Workman HS - The Fairest of the Fair by John Philip Sousa
37 – 88.45 - Patrick Henry HS - Bravura by Charles E. Duble
38 – 88.40 - El Rancho HS - The American Red Cross by Frank A. Panella
39 – 87.80 - Rowland HS - The Klaxon by Henry Fillmore
40 – 86.85 - Valhalla HS - Bullets & Bayonets by John Philip Sousa
41 – 85.70 - Point Loma HS - Quality Plus by Fred Jewell


Last edited by Luis on Fri Nov 22, 2013 10:17 pm, edited 2 times in total.

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Arcadia Festifval of Bands
PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:08 pm 
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Great job on the videos as usual Luis! :D


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:34 pm 
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Thanks John :)


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2013 3:57 pm 
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Here's a recap complete with ordinal rankings from Saturday's results:
Attachment:
2013 Arcadia BR Recap.pdf [98.68 KiB]
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After last year's incredibly stacked competition I didn't think this year's could top that. I was wrong. What an amazing showing from all the bands that performed Saturday. Each of the young men and women that marched Saturday, along with their directors and instructors deserve to congratulated for the stunning performances they put on!

Special recognition to Golden Valley, braved the unknown in making their trek down. I sincerely hope your finish will not discourage you from coming back again because your performance brought such fresh, raw that was such a pleasure to watch!

And what could've been a more fitting way to celebrate this revered event's 60th Anniversary than to welcome back Rowland High School to Baldwin Ave. for the first time in a decade and a half? Considering that this was the first band review Rowland has done in nearly a decade, I thought they performed superbly. Here's hoping that Rowland will be a regular sight on Arcadia's streets moving forward!

And finally, congratulations to Riverside King on their SIXTH Sweepstakes win, and for coming out on top of a deep field of some phenomenal bands!

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Some interesting disparities in the Marching and Maneuvering caption.

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uci_guy wrote:
Some interesting disparities in the Marching and Maneuvering caption.

There's bound to be when one judge crams 33 of 41 competing bands into an 11-point range (185-195). :roll:


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Hostrauser wrote:
uci_guy wrote:
Some interesting disparities in the Marching and Maneuvering caption.

There's bound to be when one judge crams 33 of 41 competing bands into an 11-point range (185-195). :roll:



Marching in SCSBOA is still a tick sheet. It is entirely possible for all bands to receive the same score if the judge just happens to see the same number of errors.


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And I for one am VERY happy with the "tick" system in a military pass and review process. Good job SCSBOA.

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Golden Valley Percussion at the Arcadia Moving Percussion Competition

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMLmqGTw ... e=youtu.be


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JC, thanks for putting these recaps together. You do great work! I have a question:

When there is a tie score between bands, shouldn't the one with the higher music score get ranked higher? The way I listed each individual video link, I made it so that bands receiving tie scores get ranked based on their music scores. For instance, I had Cypress HS ranked 11th, and Kennedy HS ranked 10th, tie scores but Kennedy HS received the higher music score....meaning if bands ranked 1-10 return next year, according to my calculation, Kennedy HS will be the first band in the AA category.

I also noticed the same thing with Loara/Olympian, Beckman/Montebello, and Westview/Eastlake/Santiago. Just my observations :)

-Luis


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Luis, this is nothing compared to the amount of time you pour into all the incredible work you do!

Regarding your question, Arcadia has a tradition of not breaking ties. The belief and philosophy is that if two schools receive the same score total, then regardless of how the total score was arrived at, both schools have equally earned and are deserving of the same placement.

Thank you again for all you do for this activity my friend!

Luis wrote:
JC, thanks for putting these recaps together. You do great work! I have a question:

When there is a tie score between bands, shouldn't the one with the higher music score get ranked higher? The way I listed each individual video link, I made it so that bands receiving tie scores get ranked based on their music scores. For instance, I had Cypress HS ranked 11th, and Kennedy HS ranked 10th, tie scores but Kennedy HS received the higher music score....meaning if bands ranked 1-10 return next year, according to my calculation, Kennedy HS will be the first band in the AA category.

I also noticed the same thing with Loara/Olympian, Beckman/Montebello, and Westview/Eastlake/Santiago. Just my observations :)

-Luis

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bandfan88 wrote:
Luis, this is nothing compared to the amount of time you pour into all the incredible work you do!

Regarding your question, Arcadia has a tradition of not breaking ties. The belief and philosophy is that if two schools receive the same score total, then regardless of how the total score was arrived at, both schools have equally earned and are deserving of the same placement.

Thank you again for all you do for this activity my friend!

Luis wrote:
JC, thanks for putting these recaps together. You do great work! I have a question:

When there is a tie score between bands, shouldn't the one with the higher music score get ranked higher? The way I listed each individual video link, I made it so that bands receiving tie scores get ranked based on their music scores. For instance, I had Cypress HS ranked 11th, and Kennedy HS ranked 10th, tie scores but Kennedy HS received the higher music score....meaning if bands ranked 1-10 return next year, according to my calculation, Kennedy HS will be the first band in the AA category.

I also noticed the same thing with Loara/Olympian, Beckman/Montebello, and Westview/Eastlake/Santiago. Just my observations :)

-Luis


I believe Luis's question was about performance order for next years' AFOB.

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