|Scottsburg Band of Warriors are State Bound this Saturday|
|Written by Administrator|
|Wednesday, 27 October 2010 00:00|
The 38th Annual ISSMA State Finals for High School Marching Bands is scheduled for Saturday, October 30, 2010 in the Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis.
The Scottsburg High School Marching Band of Warriors will be performing in the Class C division that day and will start off the competition at 1:15 p.m. Others competing in the division are Concordia Lutheran of Ft. Wayne, Norwell/Ossian, Beech Grove, Fairfield/Goshen, Edgewood/Elletsville, Western/Russiavilla, Gibson Southern/Ft. Branch, Plymouth and Heritage Monroeville. Awards program will be between 3:35 to 4:20 p.m.
The top ten scoring bands in each of the four classes from the Semi-State will compete for ranking order 1 through 10 and the title of State Champion for their respective class in an event that is widely known as one of the very best State High School Marching Band contests in the country.
One hundred forty-six (146) bands began performance on October 2 at seven district sites. One hundred twenty (120) of these bands continued to regional performance on October 16 at four sites. Eighty-one (81) bands, twenty (20) in class A, C and D and twenty-one (21) bands in class B (class determined by size of school) continued to Semi-State performance on October 23. Now the forty (40) bands, ten (10) in each class representing the best in the state will meet at the State Finals to decide the champions in each class. Admission is $20 for adults and $18 for students and pre-school. The time schedule of participating bands is located on our web site www.issma.net
The Indiana Dairy Farmers, the proud corporate sponsors of all ISSMA events, annually award a $1,000 scholarship to a music student at each of the four state champion schools.
Items not permitted in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis are:
* Video Recorders
* Food and beverage items.
* Liquor containers.
* Large purses
* Artificial noisemakers of any type.
* Missle-like objects.
* Signs or Banners mounted on poles.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 October 2010 04:24|