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 Post subject: Drumlines-who is the best in high school
PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2003 4:04 pm 
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What high school has the best drumlines? :?:


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all of them.

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 Post subject: ... lol
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... changed my mind about posting :wink:


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I think Ayala has a great Drumline

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what do you think of los osos drumline?
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I think that most of the drumlines out there are preety good. The parts they have are too complicated for them and they can't play it as good as they can play easier stuff. Oh well Hey what is not to like about drumline they are all try hard and do well. :o


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Mission Viejo High School is consistently at the top of their game in percussion. This goes for both winter and fall.


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mission and ayala have always had awsome drumlines, ayalas bass line last year was one of the best i have ever seen, they are both really really good lines


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Hawthorne in the house.... i'm not in the drumline, but as the DrumMajor, i have a say in thingz... atleast i think i do.... lol
i dunno, i just like how they sound... ~~SMiLeY~~


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i cant judge and say that certain drumline is the best all i know is that mostly all of the drumlines ive seen are extremely skilled and dedicated OCCASIONALLY more than the band

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I havent seen many drumlines this year to say who I think is the best.. I want to see Ayala this year.. There bass line was awesome last year!

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Im really proud of our drumline(Upland)...it is a total new line. The captain is the only drummer that is on the same instrument as last year...and our whole base line is made of freshmen and to top it off, there are no seniors...for that Im very proud...but I have to agree that MV is awesome! :)


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put Mt. Carmel's snare line, RB's Bass line and RBVs quads together, and that would be one hell of a drumline.

I really like RB's bass line....one of my favorites most def. And MC's drumline has really improved with our new instructor. But all drumlines are pretty good. Some just stick out more than others.

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 Post subject: Best Drumline
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Well, due to some certain reasons I will leave my school unnamed, but I think we have at least one of the top 3 drumlines, but they dont work nearly as hard as any other drumline, and it shows. we have the talent, oh lord there is talent, but they are too lazy and too cocky, and even after getting there @$$'s handed to em at competitions, they still dont see fit to leanr from their mistakes and fix it.

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