Field bands put on a show in Medina
13 schools compete in Fall Festival of Bands
MEDINA – Vets Park in Medina hosted 13 schools and about 1,000 spectators for the Fall Festival of Bands competition on Saturday.
The top photo shows Madelyn Stencel, drum major for the West Seneca Marching Band, which performed “Metallic.” West Seneca finished first in the Large Schools Class 3 with a score of 73.15.
Trenton Crews competes with Medina despite having his arm in a cast. Medina was the only school in the Small Schools Class 1 and received a score of 80.65. That was the second highest score of the night. Lancaster, which competes in the Nationals Class, had the highest score with 83.15.
The tuba section competes for Medina. This year’s show for Medina is called “Illusions.” Medina will next be in action on Oct. 3 at West Genesee.
A member of the Color Guard for West Seneca is part of the show, “Metallic.”
Nicole Bradbury, on the stand, is drum major for the Hilton Crimson Cadets Marching Band, which performed “This Just In” during Saturday’s competition in Medina.
Leaders of the band from Falconer, which performed a show with a Wizard of Oz theme, wait to hear their score. Falconer came in third in Small Schools Class 3.