Defending State Class AAAAA Champion Duncanville closed out its competitive marching season with a victory at the North Texas Marching Invitiational. The Panther Band held off Langham Creek to win the top spot among 21 Bands. Final Results are as follows
1. Duncanville 8
2. Langham Creek 10
4. Allen 25
5. Klein 31
6. Plano East 32
7. Rowlett 34
8. Martin, Arllington 34
9. Lake Highlands 40
11. Creekview 50
Prelim Results are on the Texas Scores Page.
150 miles southwest of Mesquite, the Kingwood High School Band repeated its championship at the National association of Military Marching Bands Contest.
They were rated champions and best in Class AAAAA
Other Winners were
AAA Spring Hill
With the completion of this weeks UIL Contest, the competitive marching schedule comes to an end. We now prepare for the Football playoffs beginning the week of 14 Nov. With most games being played at Neutral Sites on Saturdays, this last weekend brought to a close a great marching season in Texas.
Good Luck to those Texas Bands gong to BOA Grand Nationals in Indianapolis.
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