Marching bands compete at Buchanan in Clovis

November 24, 2013 

High school marching bands strutted their stuff Sunday in the Western Band Association annual competition at Buchanan High School in Clovis.

The Clovis North marching band took top honors in the small school division, beating out competitors from high schools across California and Arizona.

The Upland Highland Regiment from Southern California captured the large school championship.

The schools and their scores:

Combined 1A-2A-3A Division

1. Clovis North: 92.95

2. Nogales Noble Regiment, La Puente: 91.95

3. Los Alamitos High Marching Band: 91.15

4. Cerritos Regiment of Gold Marching Band: 89.40

5. Trabuco Hills High Thundering Mustangs, Mission Viejo: 87.65

6. Rancho Cucamonga Marching Cougars: 85.90

7. Live Oak Emerald Regime Band & Guard, Morgan Hill: 81.50

8. La Canada Marching Spartans: 81.10

9. Beyer High, Modesto: 80.80

10. Damien High School Spartan Regiment, La Verne: 80.40

11. Perry High, Chandler, Ariz.: 80.25

12. Independence 76th Cavalry Band & Color Guard, San Jose: 79.20

13. Clovis East: 76.75

14. Madera South Stallion Band: 75.85

15. Peninsula High School, Palos Verdes: 74.75

16. The King's Academy High, Sunnyvale: 74.25

17. Mater Dei High Monarch Pageantry Corps, Santa Ana: 72.35

Combined 4A-5A

1. Upland Highland Regiment: 94.85

2. James Logan, Union City: 93.65

3. Mission Viejo High: 93.45

4. Homestead High, Cupertino: 92.05

5. Amador Valley High, Pleasanton: 92.05

6. Chino Hills High Marching Band: 87.75

7. El Diamante Marching Miners, Visalia: 87.75

8. Granite Bay Emerald Brigade: 85.65

9: Clovis High: 85.55

10. Oak Grove High School Marching Band & guard, San Jose: 84.45

11. Santa Teresa, San Jose: 78.90

12. Lemoore High: 78.25

13. Westlake Regiment, Westlake Village: 78.15

14. Rancho Verde Crimson Regiment, Moreno Valley: 77.55

15. Foothill High, Pleasanton: 76.35

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