SCSBOA 6A, Who won? Scores please?

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SCSBOA 6A, Who won? Scores please?

Post by BlueStarMom » Sun Nov 23, 2003 12:13 am

Anyone have the official results of 6A at San Diego?
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Post by STO » Sun Nov 23, 2003 12:16 am

I don't have actual scores but I have placings.

1) Etiwanda
2) El Dorado
3) Rancho Bernardo
4) Arcadia
5) Rancho Buena Vista
6) Diamond Bar
7) Chino
8) Vista

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Post by BlueStarMom » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:01 am

Thank you for your post even without scores.

Congratulations to Etiwanda, and all the other 6A competing bands.
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Post by altohack » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:26 am

Etiwanda won high percussion (98.something)
Rancho Bernardo won high auxilary
I'll add two digit estimations of the scores, from what I remember.
1) Etiwanda (95.something)
2) El Dorado
3) Rancho Bernardo (93.)
4) Arcadia (91.)
5) Rancho Buena Vista
6) Diamond Bar
7) Chino

8) Vista (89. )

Are you sure those ones [bolded] are right?
I know that 6th and 7th places scored the same score, but sixth place had a higher music score, giving them the advantage. [/b]
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Post by ClarinetGeek1506 » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:41 am

altohack wrote:Etiwanda won high percussion (98.something)
Rancho Bernardo won high auxilary
I'll add two digit estimations of the scores, from what I remember.
1) Etiwanda (95.something)
2) El Dorado
3) Rancho Bernardo (93.)
4) Arcadia (91.)
5) Rancho Buena Vista
6) Diamond Bar
7) Chino

8) Vista (89. )

Are you sure those ones [bolded] are right?
I know that 6th and 7th places scored the same score, but sixth place had a higher music score, giving them the advantage. [/b]
Yeah, I am pretty positive that that is right. Chino came in 7th and Diamond Bar came in 6th.

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Post by altohack » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:45 am

alrighty my mistake
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Post by RifleDiva » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:47 am

These are the scores I have, but if I’m wrong don't shoot me, k?

1) Etiwanda- 95.6
2) El Dorado- 95.05
3) Rancho Bernardo- 93.85
4) Arcadia- 91.05
5) Rancho Buena Vista- 90.7
6) Diamond Bar- 90.3
7) Chino- 90.3
8) Vista- 89.75
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Post by RifleDiva » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:53 am

OOPS!!!! I forgot high percussion and high auxiliary *smacks forehead*

Here, they are:

High Percussion
98.0- Etiwanda (dang! Congrats guys!)

High Auxiliary
94.45- Rancho Bernardo (Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!)
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Post by formermarcher » Sun Nov 23, 2003 1:55 am

Oh dear lord...
98.0 in percussion?!?!?!?! Is that a typo?!?!?!
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Post by koaietgrl » Sun Nov 23, 2003 2:13 am

yep, that's right, no typo!
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Post by TrumpetsRule17 » Sun Nov 23, 2003 2:23 am

etiwanda is too good
well on the other hand RCC was pretty crazy
i heard them warming up
o man the sound was so nice i dont really know how to describe it
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Post by MCclarinetdude » Sun Nov 23, 2003 8:24 am

Wow guys!!! It was an awesome show last night! Everyone should be proud of their band's performance, because they were all great. I sat near the 50, kinda low. Everyone put on a great show last night; it was entertaining and exciting for everyone in the crowd. I had seen most of the performances before on tape, but all the performances just felt different live. It was a great experience not just for me, but for everyone present last night. I have a few short comments for some of the bands:

Vista: Good show. Nice sound. Clean show. You guys had it all together.

Chino: Entertaining show. Music that the audience could recognize. I was able to see it, but I know the drill at the end looks crazy. Good job! See ya in Arizona!

Rancho Bernardo: Man, you guys have an awesome sound! They are a marching band with that concert band type of sound.

El Dorado: I loved your show. I loved the music. You guys did GREAT this year! Oh yeah, I saw one guard member with blonde hair, and I was wondering what was going on, and then I saw the wig on the ground :lol: :( . Hey, the show goes on I guess!

Rancho Buena Vista: Wow, just an awesome show! Very exciting throughout. Very fun for the crowd too.

Arcadia: Thanks for ripping my face off. It was AWESOME!!! The whole show was great.

Diamond Bar: I loved the show. Just like El Dorado's music, it was music that EVERYONE knew. You guys have come a long way. Good job.

Etiwanda: Last night was the first time ever I got to see them, and they lived up to their hype. One word: woah. Another awesome show. Percussion deserved their 98.0.

RCC: Thanks for ripping my face off...THE ENTIRE SHOW!!!

Wow. Wow is the only word that can descirbe last night's show. I'd like to thank everyone again for putting on a great show. See ya later.
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Post by ClarinetGeek1506 » Sun Nov 23, 2003 9:32 pm

MCclarinetdude wrote:Wow guys!!! It was an awesome show last night! Everyone should be proud of their band's performance, because they were all great. I sat near the 50, kinda low. Everyone put on a great show last night; it was entertaining and exciting for everyone in the crowd. I had seen most of the performances before on tape, but all the performances just felt different live. It was a great experience not just for me, but for everyone present last night. I have a few short comments for some of the bands:

Vista: Good show. Nice sound. Clean show. You guys had it all together.

Chino: Entertaining show. Music that the audience could recognize. I was able to see it, but I know the drill at the end looks crazy. Good job! See ya in Arizona!

Rancho Bernardo: Man, you guys have an awesome sound! They are a marching band with that concert band type of sound.

El Dorado: I loved your show. I loved the music. You guys did GREAT this year! Oh yeah, I saw one guard member with blonde hair, and I was wondering what was going on, and then I saw the wig on the ground :lol: :( . Hey, the show goes on I guess!

Rancho Buena Vista: Wow, just an awesome show! Very exciting throughout. Very fun for the crowd too.

Arcadia: Thanks for ripping my face off. It was AWESOME!!! The whole show was great.

Diamond Bar: I loved the show. Just like El Dorado's music, it was music that EVERYONE knew. You guys have come a long way. Good job.

Etiwanda: Last night was the first time ever I got to see them, and they lived up to their hype. One word: woah. Another awesome show. Percussion deserved their 98.0.

RCC: Thanks for ripping my face off...THE ENTIRE SHOW!!!

Wow. Wow is the only word that can descirbe last night's show. I'd like to thank everyone again for putting on a great show. See ya later.
Thanks for your review! I am from one of those schools but I can't really say which one. I just wanted to say that I think people from Mt. Carmel are soo nice. I have talked to a few of you before and they were just so nice and polite. You guys are also an awesome band.

I only got to see Arcadia-RCC. I think all of the performances were really well. I didn't really get Etiwanda's show though but they performed it really well. Congrats! RCC was awesome of course. I loved the pageantry's flags and the music was great.

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Post by TrumpetsRule17 » Sun Nov 23, 2003 9:46 pm

well scores are out

CLASS 6A
95.60 Etiwanda
95.05 El Dorado
93.85 Rancho Bernardo
91.05 Arcadia
90.70 Rancho Buena Vista
90.30 Diamond Bar
90.30 Chino
89.75 Vista

Auxiliary - 94.45 Rancho Bernardo
Percussion - 98.0 Etiwanda

i think pretty much all the other scores for the different classes are out too
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Post by altohack » Sun Nov 23, 2003 9:51 pm

Funny how for the last four placings, the scores are different by less than a point (fifth and eigth differ by .95) and for the top four, there is 4+ point difference between first and fourth.

How do you think Mt. Carmel would have placed if they came?
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