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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Fri Aug 01, 2003 7:34 pm

Results from Eastern Classic Night 1, held tonight in Allentown, PA:

1 The Cadets 94.35
2 Santa Clara Vanguard 92.95
3 Phantom Regiment 92.55
4 Boston Crusaders 88.60
5 Magic of Orlando 84.90
6 Colts 81.05
7 Mandarins 78.15
8 Capital Regiment 77.70
9 Kiwanis Kavaliers 76.50
10 Southwind 74.90
11 Pioneer 69.00

:x :D C'mon Phantom, you can do it!
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Post by drumr2437 » Fri Aug 01, 2003 10:53 pm

Its perfect haha its right where it needs to be with an addition of Blue devils in 1.st and the cavaliers in 2. Lets see maybe one adjustment of SCV being in third!

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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Sat Aug 02, 2003 11:58 am

No, a minor adjustment of Phantom in 3rd!! :wink: Maybe SCV can be in a distant 4th since I haven't seen Cadets yet. :D
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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Sat Aug 02, 2003 8:05 pm

Results from Eastern Classic Night 2 in Allentown, PA:

1 Blue Devils 95.45
2 The Cavaliers 94.70
3 Madison Scouts 88.70
3 Bluecoats 88.70
5 Crossmen 88.45
6 Carolina Crown 86.85
7 Spirit from JSU 85.60
8 Blue Knights 85.35
9 Glassmen 84.35
10 Seattle Cascades 82.55
11 Troopers 74.65

GO BD!! :D :D :D
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Post by Indiana » Sun Aug 03, 2003 1:33 am

Trumpet Man 05 wrote:No, a minor adjustment of Phantom in 3rd!! :wink: Maybe SCV can be in a distant 4th since I haven't seen Cadets yet. :D
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Post by Hostrauser » Sun Aug 03, 2003 1:40 am

88.70 Madison Scouts
88.70 Bluecoats
88.60 Boston Crusaders
88.45 Crossmen

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The battle for 6th-9th place is going to be SICK!! :D

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Post by Trumpet Man 05 » Sun Aug 03, 2003 12:01 pm

Heck yeah, those are extremely close scores! :)
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Post by drumr2437 » Sun Aug 03, 2003 5:21 pm

6.Boston Crusaders
7.Bluecoats
8.Madison Scouts
9.Crossmen

Those are my picks! 8-)

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Post by JussMe » Mon Aug 04, 2003 2:34 am

I really liked the Crossmen more than the Scouts, Crusaders, and Bluecoats. They had a really entertaining show, not to mention being able to see Bones! Now that was cool.

Cavaliers. ummm... I forgot to bring my pillow and take a nap. Sorry, but they just bored me to death. I enjoyed other shows a lot more. It still seems to me that this show sounds just like the others. I had seats 9th row from the bottom and that was just the wrong place to watch their show I assume. You have to buy the cheap nosebleeds seats to enjoy their show in my opinion. I just wanted to watch their drill. I clap and applaud when I am really entertained, and I really couldn't find myself to do so at all in their performance. I nodded off and had to wake myself up quite a bit. They also didn't get as many standing ovations as other corps did

But in all actuality, scores and numbers aren't much. It is nice to know, but if you can find the time and a little bit of money, you really have to get yourself out to a major competition or world championships to really enjoy these shows as they are meant to be. VHS and DVD aren't the same. It is nothing like sitting with less than an inch of space on both sides of you in the stands, body heat making the temperature unbearable. And yet, being able to watch awesome performances by the Blue Devils and Cadets (my top favorites from Allentown)
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