Grand Champion marching band


The Wauseon Marching Band won big at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl on Oct. 21, placing first in Class B, Best Overall Visual, Best Overall General Effect, and Grand Champion. The band also received a Superior rating, qualifying it for the state competition for the 20th consecutive year. The Marching Indians performed their 2017 competition show “Bach, Beethoven, and the Boys – The ‘Classical Mystery Tour.’” They were welcomed back to Wauseon with an escort courtesy of the Wauseon Police Department. They will compete at the state competition Sunday, Nov. 5, at 5:15 p.m., in Dayton at the Welcome Stadium. The 2017 Wauseon Marching Indians are under the field direction of Paige Moden and Sophia Stockham, and guided by Don Clark, director of bands; Amanda Aniolowski, assistant director of bands; Dr. Mark Cook, director of percussion; Jamie Clark, Color Guard director; and Austin Brown, visual coordinator.


The Wauseon Marching Band won big at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl on Oct. 21, placing first in Class B, Best Overall Visual, Best Overall General Effect, and Grand Champion. The band also received a Superior rating, qualifying it for the state competition for the 20th consecutive year. The Marching Indians performed their 2017 competition show “Bach, Beethoven, and the Boys – The ‘Classical Mystery Tour.’” They were welcomed back to Wauseon with an escort courtesy of the Wauseon Police Department. They will compete at the state competition Sunday, Nov. 5, at 5:15 p.m., in Dayton at the Welcome Stadium. The 2017 Wauseon Marching Indians are under the field direction of Paige Moden and Sophia Stockham, and guided by Don Clark, director of bands; Amanda Aniolowski, assistant director of bands; Dr. Mark Cook, director of percussion; Jamie Clark, Color Guard director; and Austin Brown, visual coordinator.

The Wauseon Marching Band won big at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl on Oct. 21, placing first in Class B, Best Overall Visual, Best Overall General Effect, and Grand Champion. The band also received a Superior rating, qualifying it for the state competition for the 20th consecutive year. The Marching Indians performed their 2017 competition show “Bach, Beethoven, and the Boys – The ‘Classical Mystery Tour.’” They were welcomed back to Wauseon with an escort courtesy of the Wauseon Police Department. They will compete at the state competition Sunday, Nov. 5, at 5:15 p.m., in Dayton at the Welcome Stadium. The 2017 Wauseon Marching Indians are under the field direction of Paige Moden and Sophia Stockham, and guided by Don Clark, director of bands; Amanda Aniolowski, assistant director of bands; Dr. Mark Cook, director of percussion; Jamie Clark, Color Guard director; and Austin Brown, visual coordinator.
http://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2017/11/web1_wauseon-marching-band.jpgThe Wauseon Marching Band won big at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl on Oct. 21, placing first in Class B, Best Overall Visual, Best Overall General Effect, and Grand Champion. The band also received a Superior rating, qualifying it for the state competition for the 20th consecutive year. The Marching Indians performed their 2017 competition show “Bach, Beethoven, and the Boys – The ‘Classical Mystery Tour.’” They were welcomed back to Wauseon with an escort courtesy of the Wauseon Police Department. They will compete at the state competition Sunday, Nov. 5, at 5:15 p.m., in Dayton at the Welcome Stadium. The 2017 Wauseon Marching Indians are under the field direction of Paige Moden and Sophia Stockham, and guided by Don Clark, director of bands; Amanda Aniolowski, assistant director of bands; Dr. Mark Cook, director of percussion; Jamie Clark, Color Guard director; and Austin Brown, visual coordinator.