(October 20th, 2014)-FINDLAY: Competing at the Findlay Marching Band Contest, the Indians of Wauseon shined bright.
First and foremost, the high school band received a Superior rating overall, qualifying them of the State Marching Band competition. This is the seventeenth year in a row that Wauseon has achieved this great honor.
The Indians also received the highest Overall General Effect score at the event. They also tied the Best Overall Marching score.
In Class B rankings, the band took first place overall. Their percussion section was chosen as the best of the Class as well. The Wauseon Color Guard felt that particular honor as well, as they were selected as the best of their ilk in Class B.
The Wauseon High School Band totaled a 255.7 score. This gave them a third place finish out of the eleven bands in attendance. Scoring was quite close, however, as the Indians missed Grand Champion status by a mere 1.6 points.
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