WBA 3a Bands

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WBA 3a Bands

Post by PaRAdiDDleDUde » Mon Nov 24, 2003 1:35 am

:roll: What do u guys think about the AAA results because we all know that they have to battle it out for a spot in finals. Did u guys anticipate the results?

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Post by PaRAdiDDleDUde » Mon Nov 24, 2003 1:53 am

I am part of one of the 3A bands, and I can probably speak for everyone by saying that it was very nerve wrecking for us because our scores were really close. Congratulations to all the 3A bands that made it!

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Re: WBA 3a Bands

Post by jacjar1 » Mon Nov 24, 2003 9:27 am

PaRAdiDDleDUde wrote: :roll: What do u guys think about the AAA results because we all know that they have to battle it out for a spot in finals. Did u guys anticipate the results?
I thought El Toro was very good in prelims, saw only part of their finals show and it was not as crisp as the prelims but again they were very good.
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Post by Tyler » Mon Nov 24, 2003 5:27 pm

my top 5 favorites:

trabuco
el toro
buchanan
nogales
oak grove

come on nogales, 0.4 penalty in prelims? whats was up with that?

finals:
86.46 El Toro
86.43 Buchanan
&
83.09 Valley View
83.06 Nogales
differences of 0.03
could those finals scores have been any closer?

great tournament

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