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Adair County High School Band wins again - at Campbellsville

Continuing a Tradition of Excellence: Another Grand Championship!
Next - The Madison Central Tournament of Bands, Madison Central High School, Richmond, KY. Event starts at 11:15amCT/12:15pmET (Adair takes the field at 12:45pmCT/1:45pmET), Saturday, October 10, 2015.

By Donald Hare
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The Adair County Marching Band performed at the Taylor County Invitational at Campbellsville University today. They won captions of Best Percussion and Best Color Guard in Class 3A and won First Place in Class 3A.

They also came home with Overall Best Percussion and Best Color Guard.

The band was awarded Grand Champion, to top award of of the day.

This story was posted on 2015-10-03 16:19:45
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Adair Band percussion, color guard with Best Overall Tropies

2015-10-03 - Campbellsville High School, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Donald Hare, .
ADAIR BAND at CAMPBELLSVILLE, KY - On left, members of the Percussion Section with their Best Overall Trophy: From left - Kieren Ussery, Lauren Talley, Josh Grant, Grant Loy, and Michael Hancock, and, over the right, from left the Color Guard with their Best Overall Trophy: Hailey Hare, Abby Rowe, and Lizbeth Medrano. The trophies were earned at the Campbellsville Marching Band Festival today, Saturday, October 3, 2015, at Campbellsville High School. - DONALD HARE, Adair Band.

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