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Adair Marching Band - KMEA Class AA West Regional Champions!

The Adair County High School Marching Band is poised to make history yet again this weekend as they strive to win their 22nd KMEA Class AA West Regional Champions Marching Band Championship, which would be the most state championships of any band in the state of Kentucky!
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By Jennifer Hardwick

On Saturday, October 21, 2017, the tradition of excellence continued with our very own Adair County High School Marching Band as they earned the top score (an astounding 90.3) at the Class AA West Regional Quarterfinals held at Kentucky Wesleyan College! The band, under the guidance of director Tom Case and assistant director Jordan Humphress, performed their show, eX_Machina, which is a riveting and innovative display of musical prowess, marching precision, and visual artistry.


As a result of this past weekend's success, our Adair County Band has earned a spot in this Saturday's KMEA Class AA State Semi-Finals competition, which will be held at Elizabethtown High School in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The band will be performing at 12pmCT/1pmET. The top four scoring bands of the 16 who qualified to compete at the Semi-Finals competition will then travel to Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky to compete Saturday evening at the KMEA State Championship Finals competition.

Class AA finalists will be performing between 6pm-6:45pmCTT. A limited number of reserved tickets are still available for anyone interested in attending the finals this Saturday. Contact Susan Pollard at 270-250-3356 for ticket information.

You won't want to miss out!

The Adair County High School Marching Band is poised to make history yet again this weekend as they strive to win their 22nd KMEA State Marching Band Championship, which would be the most state championships of any band in the state of Kentucky!

Please show your support for our talented and dedicated students and staff this week as they prepare to bring home another state championship! Eyes with pride! --Jennifer Hardwick



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ACHS Marching Band - State AA Marching Band champions



2017-10-23 - Steele Stadium, Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro, KY - Photo from Jennifer Hardwick .
On Saturday, October 21, 2017, the tradition of excellence continued with our very own Adair County High School Marching Band as they earned the top score (an astounding 90.3) at the Class AA West Regional Quarterfinals held at Kentucky Wesleyan College! The band, under the guidance of director Tom Case and assistant director Jordan Humphress, performed their show, eX_Machina, which is a riveting and innovative display of musical prowess, marching precision, and visual artistry. - Jennifer Hardwick

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