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HHS Marching Band Continues To Play Despite No Friday Night Lights

By Staff | Oct 15, 2014

Pictured is the Hundred High School Marching Band before the Buckwheat Festival parade, where they placed second place over the weekend of Sept. 27. In the front row, from left, are Cheyenne Shamblin, Clarissa Derby, Lane Kolat, Emily Metz, Jordanlea Cumberledge, Billy Lemasters, Libby Baker, Casandra Henderson, field commander;

In the back row are Zachary Hostutler, Rachel Watson, Kerston Sturm, Michael Myers, Amber Yoho, Macy Lemasters, Ronda Petrucci, Katherine Henderson. Absent when the photo was taken were Melissa Csecsi, Sara Keller and Alexis Olsen.

The Hornet Band participated in the Oil & Gas Festival, where it earned two silver and three bronze awards. Early this month, on Oct. 4, the band will compete in the Vikingfest at Ripley High School and on Oct. 10 the band will be the guests of the Valley High School Band and perform at halftime of the Valley vs Bellaire St. John football game.