LIFESTYLE

G-A band second at championships

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
HERSHEY — The Greencastle-Antrim High School Field Band was just over a point away from taking the American Division of the Cavalcade of Bands Championships Sunday at Hersheypark Stadium.
The local marchers scored a 94.05, just below Hatboro Horsham which carded a 95.15. Greencastle-Antrim won the special award for Best Percussion. Hatboro Horsham was singled out for High Visual, High Music and High Overall Effect.
The rest of the division finished as follows: 3. Archbishop Wood, 91.55; 4. Southern Regional, 91.10; 5. Penn Manor, 90.75; 6. Blue Mountain, 90.65; 7. Littlestown, 90.10; 8. Sun Valley, 89.55; 9. Northern Lebanon, 88.15. Littlestown won the special award for Best Auxiliary and Blue Mountain was named Most Improved.

The Greencastle-Antrim High School Field Band was just over a point away from taking the American Division of the Cavalcade of Bands Championships Sunday at Hersheypark Stadium. The local marchers scored a 94.05, just below Hatboro Horsham which carded a 95.15. Greencastle-Antrim won the special award for Best Percussion. Hatboro Horsham was singled out for High Visual, High Music and High Overall Effect.

The rest of the division finished as follows: 3. Archbishop Wood, 91.55; 4. Southern Regional, 91.10; 5. Penn Manor, 90.75; 6. Blue Mountain, 90.65; 7. Littlestown, 90.10; 8. Sun Valley, 89.55; 9. Northern Lebanon, 88.15. Littlestown won the special award for Best Auxiliary and Blue Mountain was named Most Improved.