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WGI champs in San Diego

Post by Vermin87 » Mon Jan 19, 2004 2:54 pm

The change in location for WGI's 2004 Championships competition has opened many doors for the highschool drumlines on the West Coast. In previous years, many West Coast schools did not attend WGI Championships because of the travelling required to get to Dayton. In a sense, this gives West Coast schools an opportunity to attend, while it may present a problem to many East Coast schools. This could mean that some of the high-ranking schools in the East will never meet the high-ranking schools of the West. For the drumlines effected, what are your thoughts? For the drumlines attending, what are your thoughts on the change in competition?
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Post by lordjedediah » Mon Jan 19, 2004 9:47 pm

well i cant wait for april

i think its finally come down to where wgi needs a west coast semi and a east coast semi so that the best drumlines could compete against each other.

it would be rad

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Post by TMR Quint Kid » Sat Jan 24, 2004 3:25 pm

too bad i cant go...

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WGI Champs

Post by vibelady2005 » Mon Jan 26, 2004 9:55 pm

I think it's totally awesome that championships were moved to the West Coast.
I go to Antelope Valley HS in Lancaster CA, & I believe this will be our first time going. Our theme this year is Pandora's Box. It's pretty awesome. We can't wait for champs!!!
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