Norwich Hosts 37th Annual Fall Festival Of Bands
Published: October 18th, 2010
By: Brian Golden

Norwich hosts 37th annual Fall Festival of Bands

NORWICH – The New Hartford Marching Spartans, for a second consecutive week, edged out the Norwich Purple Tornado Marching Band by a score of 84.50 to 80.70 at the 37th Annual Fall Festival of Bands on the Tornado’s home field Saturday. Other participants included Small School Division III winner Johnson City (75.30), Vestal (70.10) and Westmoreland (69.80). Sole Large School Division II participant Horseheads finished with a score of 86.15.

“I thought that the band did a great job in some very cold conditions, and showed major progress on the sections we have been focusing on,” said Purple Tornado Assistant Director Chris Calhoun. “They are continuing to track well ahead of last year in their overall achievement and ability to perform with confidence. I’m very proud of their focus and hard work.”

..



Comments

Please, login to comment.

Share This Story!


More Stories


UV school building project vote passes

Oxford, Sidney schools among recipients of $100k Chobani Foundation grant
Oxford, Sidney schools among recipients of $100k Chobani Foundation grant

Tornado defense twists through Sabers for second straight win
Tornado defense twists through Sabers for second straight win

Sheriff’s office investigates burglaries in Pharsalia

Oxford improves 4-2 with win over Afton
Oxford improves 4-2 with win over Afton

Greene/Oxford wrestling earns first league win

Chenango Sheriffs donate gifts for local children and families
Chenango Sheriffs donate gifts for local children and families

Volunteers needed for first free Bandera Christmas dinner in Norwich

Petition to keep Peebles' open gets 200 signatures

Norwich Wrestling rolls to 54-27 divisional win over Warriors
Norwich Wrestling rolls to 54-27 divisional win over Warriors

pennysaver logo
Shop4Autos logo
greatgetaways logo
Official Evening Sun Facebook Official Evening Sun Twitter