Arcadia Festival of Bands - Field and Combined Awards

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Arcadia Festival of Bands - Field and Combined Awards

Post by dr » Sat Nov 15, 2003 9:50 pm

Class 3A
78.30 Rubidoux
77.43 Glendora
Auxiliary
79.15 Glendora
75.10 Rubidoux

Class 4A
76.83 Bonita Vista
76.80 Loara
Auxiliary
82.70 Bonita Vista
74.80 Loara

Class 5A
78.85 Esperanza
78.10 Helix
Auxiliary
83.10 Esperanza
76.60 Helix

Class 6A
92.53 Rancho Bernardo
91.66 El Dorado
89.93 Rancho Buena Vista
89.86 Mt. Carmel
89.23 Chino
89.03 Diamond Bar
85.50 Kennedy
Auxiliary
92.00 Rancho Bernardo
89.65 Diamond Bar
87.50 El Dorado
85.70 Chino
85.10 Mt. Carmel
84.45 Rancho Buena Vista

Percussion
89.6 Chino
89.0 Rancho Bernardo
88.8 Helix
87.5 Rancho Buena Vista
87.0 Loara
86.2 Rubidoux
84.8 Mt. Carmel
84.0 Esperanza
83.6 Bonita Vista
83.5 El Dorado
83.0 Diamond Bar
82.6 Kennedy
80.1 Glendora

FIELD TOURNAMENT SWEEPSTAKES
Visual Performance 186 El Dorado/ Rancho Bernardo (tie)
General Effect 322 El Dorado
Music 418.3 Rancho Bernardo
Auxiliary 92.00 Rancho Bernardo
Band 92.53 Rancho Bernardo

GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP AWARDS (Combined Parade/Field)
188.18 Rancho Bernardo
185.51 El Dorado
185.21 Mt. Carmel
183.08 Diamond Bar
182.58 Chino
179.38 Rancho Buena Vista
176.10 Kennedy
170.53 Bonita Vista
169.08 Glendora
168.70 Loara
168.65 Esperanza
168.10 Helix
163.40 Rubidoux
Auxiliary
187.25 Rancho Bernardo
183.05 El Dorado
179.35 Bonita Vista
177.85 Diamond Bar
176.25 Mt. Carmel
171.85 Chino
168.70 Rancho Buena Vista
167.45 Glendora
161.15 Helix
159.40 Loara
155.65 Esperanza
149.30 Rubidoux
49.95 Kennedy

HIGH PERCUSSION 89.6 Chino
SWEEPSTAKES - AUXILIARY 187.25 Rancho Bernardo
SWEEPSTAKES - MUSIC 900.3 Rancho Bernardo
SWEEPSTAKES - BAND 188.18 Rancho Bernardo

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Post by TrumpetsRule17 » Sat Nov 15, 2003 11:08 pm

i think i mixed up my posts between the two arcadia festival things (street/field)
well i was able to see mt carmel and rancho bernardo's performances today for the street and it was pretty nice
i heard rancho bernardo's music while i was waiting on field and its musical effects were nice
well see you all next week at championships
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Post by altohack » Sat Nov 15, 2003 11:30 pm

^ Looks like .30 is mt carmel's unlucky number. They got beat on street and field by that much, therefore losing a place.

Any thoughts on the Bruins preformance?
Sorta sucks how people fell...
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Post by DJ-PsiLon » Sat Nov 15, 2003 11:36 pm

altohack wrote:^ Looks like .30 is mt carmel's unlucky number. They got beat on street and field by that much, therefore losing a place.

Any thoughts on the Bruins preformance?
Sorta sucks how people fell...
My friends at UCLA told me they weren't prepared for the rain. I thought it was their usual performance. It was a long day for them cuz they played at their own football game against Oregon St.
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Post by TrumpetsRule17 » Sat Nov 15, 2003 11:41 pm

so sad...
only got to see the show from far away
well the field was pretty slippery... I slipped a little but managed to recover
hope no one got injured or anything if they did fall
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Post by Personal » Sun Nov 16, 2003 12:07 am

Well, it was an awsome show. A few things I did not like, but I am nmot going to mention them. IF you really feel like asking me, PM me. Anyways, for the most part I really enjoyed the shows. It was one of the BEST competitions I have been to in a while. A lot of top notch groups, and a lot of great marching/playing. Congrats to all groups. I was proud of everyone. Good luck next week at Championships. I unfortunately won't be there, I have a concert.

PS- Arcadia, thank you once again for keeping this wonderful tourny going. You guys sounded great, and wish you could have been placed, cause it was awsome.
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Post by RifleDiva » Sun Nov 16, 2003 12:24 am

Wow, thanks Arcadia for hosting such a great event, I had a ton of fun there today!

Congratulations to all my fellow band/guard members. I'm way proud of you all!

Congratulations to Rancho Bernardo for taking home the most sweeps!

Congratulations to Chino for high percussion!

Congratulations Bonita Vista for sweeps in guard on street!

I think that’s everybody.

Well it was a way awesome competition despite the rain. I think it was the worst during awards, although some schools (including mine) got to perform in it. But it was only a light sprinkle by the time we went on. I loved seeing all the parents with umbrellas over their heads as we walked in, lol.

I thought UCLA was the most entertaining part of the night. Their visuals were so cool and I loved how they performed to the back sidelines. Hehe. :lol:
And we share our fight song, how crazy is that? Haha.
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Post by weezer » Sun Nov 16, 2003 1:38 am

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Post by Ryan H. Turner » Sun Nov 16, 2003 8:50 am

Personal wrote:Well, it was an awsome show. A few things I did not like, but I am nmot going to mention them. IF you really feel like asking me, PM me.
Why not--you're anonymous. Just say what you didn't like. It's not like you're going to be hunted down or anything...

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Post by Personal » Sun Nov 16, 2003 9:55 am

Mr. Tyrner, I know it is anonymous, but the comments I have are rude, and I don't want to be rude, and I do not want to sound biased. I enjoyed most of the shows, but I felt that some of the shows were, quite frankly, not good. Call me old fashioned, but I those are my feelings. Some of the groups, in mty opinion did not live up to their hype. But, Congrats to the all groups. You all did well, despit my opinion.
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Post by Ryan H. Turner » Sun Nov 16, 2003 11:24 am

Personal wrote:Mr. Tyrner, I know it is anonymous, but the comments I have are rude, and I don't want to be rude, and I do not want to sound biased. I enjoyed most of the shows, but I felt that some of the shows were, quite frankly, not good. Call me old fashioned, but I those are my feelings. Some of the groups, in mty opinion did not live up to their hype. But, Congrats to the all groups. You all did well, despit my opinion.
I don't care if you're old fashioned or you were born yesterday--if you have an opinion, you are not constrained to share. "Rude"? I would think that you could probably preface everything with the normal disclaimer blah blah blah stuff that I used to put out when my opinion was posted...but I sort of got sick of doing that. But just because you don't like what's going on shouldn't keep you from posting publicly...I for one would love to see your comments to see what you felt WAS lacking from the "hype" you've been hearing.

I would probably agree to some extent...without being there though it might be a tad hard...

But your choice...ultimately, I respect that...SO PM ME!! :D :D :D

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Post by dudewheresmycar » Sun Nov 16, 2003 11:41 am

I also want to thank Arcadia for hosting a fine tournament once again. I had a great time there (despite the rain). I also want to mention Chino fans/boosters; what a great bunch of people. The past three years I've been to Arcadia, I've happened to sit next to someone from Chino and they've always been fun, friendly, and respectful.

Congrats to everyone on street. Everyone looked and sounded great, and the competition couldn't have been more stiff.

Congrats to everyone on field as well. I was a bit surprised with some of the scores and placements, but everyone has their own opinion. Still, I had a great time watching all these groups.

And if anyone can answer this (I'd be greatful): why does Kennedy not have a colorguard for field show and does that hurt your overall field/general effect score?

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Post by MalletMusic » Sun Nov 16, 2003 11:44 am

well since cologuard is a caption (which im pretty sure it is...) i think it does effect the score to some extent

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Post by AggieC13 » Sun Nov 16, 2003 12:52 pm

Well it was a lot of fun performing in the rain. It was really cold but besides that I thought that we did good. Um.. None of us fell . I was really disapointed with the results but We still have another chance to make it happen
Congrats to the winners and Great show Arcadia!

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CG is not a caption in SCSBOA...

Post by vore » Sun Nov 16, 2003 1:18 pm

Color Guard (Auxiliary) is not a caption in SCSBOA events. Renamed Auxiliary by SCSBOA a few years back, color guard is part of the General Effect caption (sheet) in SCSBOA Field Adjudication.

Does it hurt the overall band score by not having an auxiliary unit? Yes! Without a strong and effective auxiliary, the overall musical impact and/or effect is missing the visual impact and/or effect.

While auxiliary is a part of the total general effect caption, it is not by any means the "end all or be all" of the caption. However, it remains an intregal part of the total package.

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