WHS Marching Indians ‘superior’


The Wauseon Marching Indians received a Superior rating Saturday at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl. The 65-member band performed “The World is What We Make It” - Look for the Helpers, Light a Candle, Be the Change. Members are under the guidance of of Director Don Clark, Assistant Director Jaz Bluhm, Percussion Leader Mark Cook, and Field Commander Amber Wolpert. Soloists were Mackayla Kearney, guard; Katelyn Shadboldt, trumpet; Levi Waldron, mellophone; and Lucas Schang, baritone. The Marching Indians have qualified for marching band state finals, and earned superior ratings in music, percussion, marching, giving them an overall 1 rating and marking 21 straight years of state finals qualifications. The Marching Indians will perform Saturday, Nov. 3, 2 p.m., in Brunswick.

The Wauseon Marching Indians received a Superior rating Saturday at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl. The 65-member band performed “The World is What We Make It” - Look for the Helpers, Light a Candle, Be the Change. Members are under the guidance of of Director Don Clark, Assistant Director Jaz Bluhm, Percussion Leader Mark Cook, and Field Commander Amber Wolpert. Soloists were Mackayla Kearney, guard; Katelyn Shadboldt, trumpet; Levi Waldron, mellophone; and Lucas Schang, baritone. The Marching Indians have qualified for marching band state finals, and earned superior ratings in music, percussion, marching, giving them an overall 1 rating and marking 21 straight years of state finals qualifications. The Marching Indians will perform Saturday, Nov. 3, 2 p.m., in Brunswick.


The Wauseon Marching Indians received a Superior rating Saturday at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl. The 65-member band performed “The World is What We Make It” – Look for the Helpers, Light a Candle, Be the Change. Members are under the guidance of of Director Don Clark, Assistant Director Jaz Bluhm, Percussion Leader Mark Cook, and Field Commander Amber Wolpert. Soloists were Mackayla Kearney, guard; Katelyn Shadboldt, trumpet; Levi Waldron, mellophone; and Lucas Schang, baritone. The Marching Indians have qualified for marching band state finals, and earned superior ratings in music, percussion, marching, giving them an overall 1 rating and marking 21 straight years of state finals qualifications. The Marching Indians will perform Saturday, Nov. 3, 2 p.m., in Brunswick.

The Wauseon Marching Indians received a Superior rating Saturday at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl. The 65-member band performed “The World is What We Make It” – Look for the Helpers, Light a Candle, Be the Change. Members are under the guidance of of Director Don Clark, Assistant Director Jaz Bluhm, Percussion Leader Mark Cook, and Field Commander Amber Wolpert. Soloists were Mackayla Kearney, guard; Katelyn Shadboldt, trumpet; Levi Waldron, mellophone; and Lucas Schang, baritone. The Marching Indians have qualified for marching band state finals, and earned superior ratings in music, percussion, marching, giving them an overall 1 rating and marking 21 straight years of state finals qualifications. The Marching Indians will perform Saturday, Nov. 3, 2 p.m., in Brunswick.
https://www.fcnews.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2018/10/web1_WHS-band-at-swantonbowl.jpgThe Wauseon Marching Indians received a Superior rating Saturday at the Swanton Bulldog Bowl. The 65-member band performed “The World is What We Make It” – Look for the Helpers, Light a Candle, Be the Change. Members are under the guidance of of Director Don Clark, Assistant Director Jaz Bluhm, Percussion Leader Mark Cook, and Field Commander Amber Wolpert. Soloists were Mackayla Kearney, guard; Katelyn Shadboldt, trumpet; Levi Waldron, mellophone; and Lucas Schang, baritone. The Marching Indians have qualified for marching band state finals, and earned superior ratings in music, percussion, marching, giving them an overall 1 rating and marking 21 straight years of state finals qualifications. The Marching Indians will perform Saturday, Nov. 3, 2 p.m., in Brunswick.