Medina Marching Band takes 2nd at state competition in Syracuse
MEDINA – The Medina Marching Band competed in the state championships today at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, and came in second in the small school 1 class.
The event for the New York State Field Band Conference culminated months of work by the band.
Medina’s score of 90.25 was topped only by the 91.65 for Malverne, a school from Long Island.
Other scores in the small score 1 division include: 89.55 for East Syracuse Minoa (3rd); 87.50 for Central Square, 87.30 for New Hartford, 85.55 for Oswego, 84.50 for Mohonasen and 84.45 for East Irondequoit.
Medina was second at the state championship in 2017 with a score of 92.35. Last year, Malverne was third with 91.70 and East Syracuse Minoa won first with 92.60.
Medina was third in 2016 with a score of 90.00, and second in 2015 with 91.20.
This was the 45th annual championship competition with 53 schools participating today in 6 divisions.
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