PRIDE of Wilmington excels


From left are drum majors Elizabeth Grimes and Kylie Bayless; percussion leadership Bella Gammell and Ben Baylor; and guard leadership Devan Tackett and Ashlee Griffith.

From left are drum majors Elizabeth Grimes and Kylie Bayless; percussion leadership Bella Gammell and Ben Baylor; and guard leadership Devan Tackett and Ashlee Griffith.


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For the 28th time in school history, the 100-member PRIDE of Wilmington Marching Band has qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association State Marching Band Finals. The band performed Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Kettering Classic Invitational where they received second place in Class A, Outstanding Percussion in Class A, and an overall rating of a “I” which qualifies the band to perform at state finals. The band will continue to perform in competition at Turpin High School, OMEA State Finals, and Bands of America Grand Nationals which is held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.


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WILMINGTON — For the 28th time in school history, the 100-member PRIDE of Wilmington Marching Band has qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association State Marching Band Finals.

The band performed Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Kettering Classic Invitational where they received second place in Class A, Outstanding Percussion in Class A, and an overall rating of a “I” which qualifies the band to perform at state finals.

The band will continue to perform in competition at Turpin High School, OMEA State Finals, and Bands of America Grand Nationals which is held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

From left are drum majors Elizabeth Grimes and Kylie Bayless; percussion leadership Bella Gammell and Ben Baylor; and guard leadership Devan Tackett and Ashlee Griffith.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_IMG_4353.jpgFrom left are drum majors Elizabeth Grimes and Kylie Bayless; percussion leadership Bella Gammell and Ben Baylor; and guard leadership Devan Tackett and Ashlee Griffith. Courtesy photos

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For the 28th time in school history, the 100-member PRIDE of Wilmington Marching Band has qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association State Marching Band Finals. The band performed Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Kettering Classic Invitational where they received second place in Class A, Outstanding Percussion in Class A, and an overall rating of a “I” which qualifies the band to perform at state finals. The band will continue to perform in competition at Turpin High School, OMEA State Finals, and Bands of America Grand Nationals which is held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/10/web1_marching-band.jpgFor the 28th time in school history, the 100-member PRIDE of Wilmington Marching Band has qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association State Marching Band Finals. The band performed Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Kettering Classic Invitational where they received second place in Class A, Outstanding Percussion in Class A, and an overall rating of a “I” which qualifies the band to perform at state finals. The band will continue to perform in competition at Turpin High School, OMEA State Finals, and Bands of America Grand Nationals which is held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Courtesy photos