Lodi Grape Bowl 2003-Parade & Concert Results

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Lodi Grape Bowl 2003-Parade & Concert Results

Post by JCYS » Sat Nov 01, 2003 7:31 pm

Judging by NCBA
Division D:
78.85 Bear River
77.25 Del Mar
68.35 Children's Home of Stockton
Auxiliary:
69 Bear River
66 Del Mar

Division C:
90.1 Mountain View
89.9 Cupertino
80.35 East Union
Auxiliary:
79.5 Mt. View
65.5 East Union

Division B:
81.4 Oak Ridge
80.3 Irvington
79.1 Placer
Aux:
68 Irvington
67 Oak Ridge & Placer (tie)

Division A:
89.0 Folsom
85.25 Ponderosa
78.9 Freedom
73.4 Galt
Auxiliary:
77 Ponderosa
76 Folsom

Division AA:
91.15 Lincoln
88.4 Deer Valley
86.95 Stagg
77.2 Edison
Auxiliary:
83 Las Plumas/Oroville
82.5 Deer Valley

Overall Competition:
Military Drum Major:
85 Ponderosa
83 Bear River
81 Edison
Mace Drum Major:
80 East Union
79 Folsom
78 Lincoln
Open Drum Major:
88 Stagg
75 Galt
74 Cupertino

Percussion:
92 Las Plumas/Oroville
87 Freedom
86 Stagg
84 Folsom
83.5 Deer Valley

Auxiliary Sweepstakes: 83.5 Cupertino
Marching Sweepstakes: 191 Las Plumas/Oroville
Showmanship Sweepstakes: 274 Las Plumas/Oroville
Music Sweepstakes: 463.5 Las Plumas/Oroville
Parade Sweepstakes: 92.75 Las Plumas/Oroville

Concert:
Division B:
88.35 Lincoln 2
84.65 Lincoln 3
83.2 Irvington 2
76.85 Del Mar
Division A:
91.55 Lincoln 1
84.85 Irvington 1

Concert Sweepstakes 92.0 Las Plumas/Oroville

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Post by EUHSguardGirl » Sun Nov 02, 2003 5:49 pm

Yaaaaaaaaaay We are all SO HAPPY for our DM. He did awesome. First Drum Major from EU to place in 5 years. Yay!!
Cupertino was AWESOME. I envy them. lol
And congrats Los Plumas/Oroville!! You guys did awesome!

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Field Show Results

Post by thirdworldcommie » Sun Nov 02, 2003 8:46 pm

these should be mostly right

Drum Major:
92 Lynbrook
90 Oakmont
86 Ponderosa

Auxiliary:
Class D - Pleasant Grove (81)
Class C - Ponderosa (77)
Class B - Springville (85)
Class A - Mountain View (86)

Percussion:
Class D - Del Oro (83)
Class C - Nevada Union (84)
Class B - Springville (94.5)
Class A - Folsom (93.5)

Class D:
80.9 Del Oro
80.25 Pleasant Grove
78 Highlands

Class C:
86.85 Ponderosa
76.4 Nevada Union
73.4 Placer

Class B:
89.45 Springville
87.1 Oakmont

Class A:
91.75 Mountain View
91.45 Folsom
91.35 Cupertino

Sweepstakes:
General Effect - Mountain View (274.5)
Music - Bella Vista (375)
Visual Performance - Springville (482)
Field Show - Bella Vista (93.65)
Perpetual Grand - Mountain View (181.85)

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mv - grandsweepstakes

Post by Blackychan » Mon Nov 03, 2003 9:05 pm

o man mv took it to the house. Fuji i think next year is gonna kick some!!!

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Post by the_swimming_brain » Mon Nov 03, 2003 9:55 pm

Does anyone have:

1. The list of judges from both parade and field competitions?
2. Recap sheets for parade and field that they would be willing to share?

I just want to compare a few numbers...

Many numbers at Pacific Grove this weekend were REALLY low...
There were a few groups who improved greatly over their performances two weeks ago at Del Oro, yet their scores were significantly lower: 2-4 points lower for some...

If you can help me out, that would be great...

Oh, last thing:
Who is Mike Yambrovich? I had never heard of him, then all of a sudden, he's been a judge at the last two competitions we've attended. Any info would be great. Thanks.

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NCBA scoring

Post by Khan » Mon Nov 03, 2003 10:43 pm

the_swimming_brain wrote:I just want to compare a few numbers...

Many numbers at Pacific Grove this weekend were REALLY low...
There were a few groups who improved greatly over their performances two weeks ago at Del Oro, yet their scores were significantly lower: 2-4 points lower for some...
This has been discussed in a previous post or two, but I'll try to briefly recap those discussions.

Firstly, don't get hung up on the numbers or wonder why scores fluctuate so widely between NCBA shows because you'll drive yourself crazy. There are no definitive reasons, but it mostly boils down to the NCBA scoring method which focuses on the correct placement or ranking of each band at individual shows. The actual numbers awarded don't mean a whole lot, and you certainly can not compare scores given at different venues. It's fairly common for a band to receive a lower score at a show near end of the season than one given at an early competition, even if that band has shown obvious and significant improvement. The numbers also do not necessarily represent a realistic account of the difference in quality between bands, especially at the top. Rankings are the only marginally comparable numbers between separate NCBA competitions.

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Scores

Post by JCYS » Tue Nov 04, 2003 11:28 am

Ditto to what Khan said.

However, it was already noted that Del Oro and Santa Cruz scores were high.

Are you speaking of parade or field? I thought the scores at PG were pretty comparable to Newman last week, from what I saw.

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Post by Cole167888 » Tue Nov 04, 2003 10:38 pm

congrats to LP/O. You guys sound great, I love hearing you march.
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Thanks Cole

Post by ILL~BE~BACH » Sat Nov 29, 2003 5:50 pm

Cole167888 wrote:congrats to LP/O. You guys sound great, I love hearing you march.
Hey dude that's awesome. You wouldn't happen to be in the Benicia marching band would you? That would be cool if someone from our rival band liked us. We are all fond of Benicia and I want to say that Benicia is hecka tight!!!!

We work really hard to get cool marches that no one has heard before and I'm glad to hear someone recognizes us.

Too cool.....
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Post by guardthepiccolo » Sat Nov 29, 2003 10:29 pm

I really like LPO's balance. I watched you guys at TOC and thought that your music was very well-played. Your trio was really soothing, and had a great amount of shaping and musicality. Just because we compete doesn't mean we have to not like eachother. I have a great deal of respect for LPO, Golden Valley, and all other "rival" schools :lol:
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Cool

Post by ILL~BE~BACH » Sat Nov 29, 2003 10:42 pm

Hey, you know, that's really cool, thanks. We've been trying to perfect our trio because it's been hard to keep the tubas and tbones from breathing at the same time and cutting off frazes. It makes it sound choppy and we used to not have any cres. in it. Our BD had to put some in. I'm glad you like it. I didn't get a good chance to see you guys play this year we were always behind you. I hope that you all had a good season and I'm glad to have talked to you. Benicia is really good and I'm glad we can all get along.
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Post by La Stephen » Sun Nov 30, 2003 8:46 am

PantherBandFreak wrote:I really like LPO's balance. I watched you guys at TOC and thought that your music was very well-played. Your trio was really soothing, and had a great amount of shaping and musicality. Just because we compete doesn't mean we have to not like eachother. I have a great deal of respect for LPO, Golden Valley, and all other "rival" schools :lol:
:jedi: <-- Rival :kiss: <-- bands

Can we all just...get along?
*ps- thanx for the words of encouragment. Your a real cool cat...;)*

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