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Vallejo Classic Percussion RECAPS

Post by Blindman » Mon Mar 15, 2004 11:38 pm

Junior High RECAPS

JH NOVICE PERCUSSION

1.) 73.10 Solano
2.) 71.90 Benicia
3.) 59.20 Valley Community

JH SCHOLASTIC PERCUSSION

1.) 78.95 Vallejo
2.) 76.70 Franklin
3.) 73.50 Springstowne (2 POINT PENALTY)

High School RECAPS

HS STANDSTILL PERCUSSION

1.) 72.85 Orestimba
2.) 70.70 South San Francisco

HS NOVICE PERCUSSION

1.) 70.65 Antioch
2.) 68.95 Paradise

HS AMATEUR PERCUSSION

1.) 79.65 Arroyo
2.) 77.15 Vapac
3.) 76.55 Las Plumas/Oroville
4.) 76.30 Livermore
5.) 74.20 Armijo
6.) 74.10 Lincoln
7.) 73.40 Bella Vista
8.) 72.60 Rodriguez
9.) 68.00 Elk Grove (1 POINT PENALTY)
10.) 67.40 San Benito
11.) 65.15 San Joaquin Memorial

HS SCHOLASTIC PERCUSSION

1.) 86.45 Granite Bay
2.) 86.40 Jesse Bethel
3.) 85.65 Fremont
4.) 83.05 Vanden
5.) 78.25 Fairfield "B"

HS OPEN PERCUSSION

1.) 90.45 Fairfield "A"
2.) 90.05 Foothill-Pleasanton

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Post by cymplaya » Tue Mar 16, 2004 4:04 pm

Congrats to Granite Bay for moving up a class and taking home 1st.

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Post by LTL'98 » Tue Mar 16, 2004 5:00 pm

I know that Vallejo was hosting, but does anyone have their scores from their show? Were they being judged?

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Post by SuiKeN » Tue Mar 16, 2004 11:12 pm

heh, whatd ya guys think of bethels show (no im not from there, im just wondering cuz im bored and stupid, hehe)
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Post by cymplaya » Wed Mar 17, 2004 3:35 pm

I don't remember seeing bethel. The only thing I can really remember is that almost every group I saw was LOUD! It could of been the crappy ass gym.

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Post by drumma » Wed Mar 17, 2004 4:55 pm

yea does anyone know what vallejo's score was?
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Post by malletphreak » Wed Mar 17, 2004 4:56 pm

cymplaya wrote: The only thing I can really remember is that almost every group I saw was LOUD! It could of been the crappy ass gym.

haha... try sitting in that crappy gym for three hours so you have a good spot to take good pictures for thier friend ... :lol:
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Post by Spyder » Wed Mar 17, 2004 6:55 pm

i just walked into that gym after my line was done... and i couldnt believe how hot it was in there.....ugh
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Post by cymplaya » Thu Mar 18, 2004 4:28 pm

Spyder, what lines did you see? Are you guys going to be at Livermore? I wanna check out your line.

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Post by Spyder » Thu Mar 18, 2004 7:30 pm

I didnt see many lines... i think i saw granite bay and armijo. No.. this we year we're not going to that review... but we will be at foothill... and championships are here in my hometown... (if your in the ncba). but as for my line.... we havent had a good year.... one of our 3 snare players was in a car accident and hasnt been recovered in time for competitions... so we're marching 2 snares... and one of our tenor player's mom hates the drumline and made him go on a three week 'vacation' to mexico... so even if he could do it now... he wouldnt know the part.... so we're missing people... its an ok show though
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Las Plumas/Oroville HS's

Post by Paul » Fri Mar 19, 2004 1:51 pm

Usually a strong street drumline contender why is the Las Plumas/Oroville drumline always competing in the lower NCBA winter drumline divisions?

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Re: Las Plumas/Oroville HS's

Post by Forte » Fri Mar 19, 2004 10:16 pm

Paul wrote:Usually a strong street drumline contender why is the Las Plumas/Oroville drumline always competing in the lower NCBA winter drumline divisions?
I've always wondered that myself. Las Plumas/Oroville also manages to show strength in Napa's field percussion competition during the Fall seasons.

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Post by Spyder » Sat Mar 20, 2004 12:20 am

This post had caused too much tension and frustration with people, including my band director. i apologize if i offended anyone with this post. True... i dont think about what i post and i speak my mind before i decide how to word my sentances. That 96 score i said we had in winter, was actually a street score... my mistake. and im the only one in my line that doesnt like our book very much. so im also sorry to the writer of our show.
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Post by 8-ball » Thu Mar 25, 2004 3:08 pm

You should think about your audience before you open your mouth :idea:

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