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Band earns first in class at Revere

Junior baritone player Maddy Otterbacher


On Sept. 25, the Cloverleaf High School Marching Band competed at Revere High School in its first “away” competition of the season. It had been more than 600 days since the last one!


The Colts had their best performance of the season and it was well received by the judges and audience alike. The band won first place in its class and had a clean sweep of all Class B/C awards, earning first place in Music, Visual, General Effect, Percussion and Guard! The band’s overall rating was a 2 and the Colts were only three points away from qualifying for Ohio Music Education Association State Finals. Congratulations to all members of the band on an outstanding performance!


In the photos: Performing with the Cloverleaf High School Marching Band are junior baritone player Maddy Otterbacher and senior Guard Captain Amy Washinger.


Senior Guard Captain Amy Washinger