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 Post subject: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:39 pm 
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Note: Loara HS and Golden Valley HS were not scored. Golden Valley HS received comments only.

Saturday, October 30, 2010
Loara Invitational Band Review & Field Tournament(SCSBOA)
Anaheim, CA


Band Review
Class MS
88.10 Martin B. Tetzlaff MS (Cerritos)
81.95 Moore MS (Redlands)
Auxiliary
75.00 Tetzlaff MS
68.90 Moore MS
Drum Major
81.5 Tetzlaff MS
74.5 Moore MS

Class 1A
86.55 Shadow Hills HS (Indio)
85.45 Sonora HS (La Habra)
79.75 Rancho Alamitos HS (Garden Grove)
79.05 Mountain View HS (El Monte)(1.0 Pen)
78.10 El Monte HS
74.55 Canyon Springs HS (Moreno Valley)
68.55 Katella HS (Anaheim)(4.0 Pen)
Auxiliary
74.15 Mountain View HS
72.05 Shadow Hills HS
70.60 Canyon Springs HS
69.50 Rancho Alamitos HS
67.70 Sonora HS
66.05 El Monte HS
60.10 Katella HS

Class 2A
89.15 Gladstone HS (Covina)
88.80 South El Monte HS
86.05 Diamond Bar HS JV
84.55 Yorba Linda HS
83.90 Earl A. Warren HS (Downey)(3.0 Pen)
81.20 La Puente HS
79.75 Artesia HS (1.0 Pen)
Auxiliary
78.75 La Puente HS
75.80 Gladstone HS
73.80 Warren HS
73.05 Yorba Linda HS
72.15 Diamond Bar HS JV
70.65 South El Monte HS
50.25 Artesia HS

Class 3A
87.85 Arroyo HS (El Monte)
87.80 William Workman HS (City of Industry)
86.95 Anaheim HS
86.00 Downey HS (1.0 Pen)
85.25 Magnolia HS (Anaheim)
81.70 Sierra Vista HS (Baldwin Park)
Auxiliary
75.95 Arroyo HS
75.60 Downey HS
72.85 Workman HS
71.30 Sierra Vista HS
69.10 Magnolia HS
64.85 Anaheim HS

Class 4A
90.80 South Hills HS (West Covina)
90.50 Cypress HS
90.25 George M. Schurr HS (Montebello)
89.90 Mayfair HS (Lakewood)
89.25 John Glenn HS (Norwalk)
85.45 El Rancho HS (Pico Rivera)
Auxiliary
87.60 Mayfair HS
77.40 South Hills HS
75.70 Cypress HS
69.60 Glenn HS
69.40 Schurr HS
64.30 El Rancho HS

Class 5A
93.20 Arlington HS (Riverside)
91.50 Esperanza HS (Anaheim)
91.20 Diamond Ranch HS (Pomona)
90.85 Notre Dame HS (Sherman Oaks)
90.85 Garey HS (Pomona)
90.15 Gretchen Whitney HS (Cerritos)
Auxiliary
83.75 Garey HS
83.65 Diamond Ranch HS
83.45 Notre Dame HS
82.40 Esperanza HS
81.35 Whitney HS
80.05 Arlington HS

Class 6A
94.80 Riverside King HS
93.85 Diamond Bar HS
92.80 Chino HS
92.60 Glendora HS
90.45 John F. Kennedy HS (La Palma)
Auxiliary
92.55 Riverside King HS
91.60 Glendora HS
90.80 Chino HS
82.70 Diamond Bar HS
77.60 Kennedy HS

Exhibition
n/c Golden Valley HS (Merced)
n/c Loara HS (Anaheim)
Auxiliary
n/c Golden Valley HS
n/c Loara HS

Military Drum Major
94.2 Riverside King HS
92.3 Diamond Bar HS
91.4 Esperanza HS
90.9 Arlington HS
85.5 Chino HS
82.8 Shadow Hills HS
82.7 Schurr HS (5.0 Pen)
81.9 South Hills HS
81.6 Cypress HS
80.6 Magnolia HS
79.8 Warren HS
79.5 Sonora HS
78.7 Anaheim HS
74.4 Workman HS
73.4 Diamond Bar HS JV
70.0 Yorba Linda HS (11.0 Pen)
42.2 Canyon Springs HS (10.0 Pen)

Mace Drum Major
91.2 Notre Dame HS
89.1 Kennedy HS
88.2 Glendora HS
87.6 Mayfair HS
85.2 Whitney HS (5.0 Pen)
84.5 Sierra Vista HS
84.0 Diamond Ranch HS (3.0 Pen)
82.3 El Rancho HS (5.0 Pen)
80.7 Arroyo HS (1.0 Pen)
79.4 Gladstone HS
78.8 South El Monte HS
78.4 Garey HS
76.9 Glenn HS (1.0 Pen)
73.5 Artesia HS (3.0 Pen)
70.8 Downey HS
67.5 El Monte HS
63.6 Mountain View HS (5.0 Pen)
63.2 Rancho Alamitos HS
61.0 La Puente HS
54.2 Katella HS

Drill Team
90.0 South El Monte HS
87.3 Glendora HS
81.4 Schurr HS
79.0 Glenn HS
71.8 El Monte HS

Solo Majorette
81.3 Schurr HS

SWEEPSTAKES
MS Auxiliary – 75.00 Tetzlaff MS
MS Music – 433.0 Tetzlaff MS
MS Band – 88.10 Tetzlaff MS
HS Auxiliary – 92.55 Riverside King HS
HS Music – 473.0 Riverside King HS
HS Band – 94.80 Riverside King HS


PM Field Tournament
Division 4A
81.70 South Hills
77.75 Cypress
75.90 Arroyo
73.70 Warren HS
70.95 Anaheim
70.80 Magnolia
69.60 Downey
Auxiliary
81.9 South Hills
76.2 Cypress
75.7 Downey
68.9 Arroyo
64.3 Anaheim
63.1 Warren
57.8 Magnolia

Division 5A
81.15 Savanna (Anaheim)
79.50 Esperanza
Auxiliary
81.5 Savanna
81.1 Esperanza

Division 6A
89.10 Chino
88.75 Riverside King
82.00 Kennedy
79.35 Mayfair
74.45 Schurr
69.75 Sierra Vista
Auxiliary
87.4 Chino
84.3 Mayfair
83.6 Riverside King
76.6 Kennedy
74.4 Sierra Vista
69.2 Schurr

Percussion
151 Chino
148 Kennedy
147 Cypress
145 South Hills
142 Riverside King
135 Anaheim
134 Arroyo
134 Mayfair
133 Sierra Vista
132 Downey
131 Magnolia
130 Esperanza
129 Warren
128 Schurr
123 Sierra Vista

SWEEPSTAKES
Percussion - 151 Chino
Auxiliary - 87.4 Chino
Visual Performance - 188 Chino
General Effect - 291 Chino
Music - 417.5 Riverside King
Sweepstakes - 89.10 Chino
Tournament Champion/Rick Marino Perpetual Trophy - 183.55 Riverside King

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Last edited by dr on Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:11 am, edited 2 times in total.

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2010 1:37 pm 
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Does anybody have videos from both the Band Review and Field Show they have downloaded? Since I moved form Cali I am unable to attend this annual event, but love to see each bands performance. Thank You, in advance.

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2010 7:16 pm 
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Hey my friend got an incorrect score for 4A field
Warren HS got 73.70 not 75.70


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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2010 8:08 pm 
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Hey bariguy, I know Luis was taking video at the band review...
http://www.youtube.com/music213

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:05 pm 
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dr wrote:
Auxiliary
77.40 South Hills HS
87.60 Mayfair HS
75.70 Cypress HS
69.60 Glenn HS
69.40 Schurr HS
64.30 El Rancho HS


Was Mayfair's score really 87.60?


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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:00 pm 
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Luis wrote:
dr wrote:
Auxiliary
77.40 South Hills HS
87.60 Mayfair HS
75.70 Cypress HS
69.60 Glenn HS
69.40 Schurr HS
64.30 El Rancho HS


Was Mayfair's score really 87.60?


I believe it. Have you seen them? That guard is awesomely fierce! 8-)


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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:48 am 
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dmcoach wrote:
Luis wrote:
dr wrote:
Auxiliary
77.40 South Hills HS
87.60 Mayfair HS
75.70 Cypress HS
69.60 Glenn HS
69.40 Schurr HS
64.30 El Rancho HS


Was Mayfair's score really 87.60?


I believe it. Have you seen them? That guard is awesomely fierce! 8-)


I'm not doubting the score. I actually would believe it. Mayfair has a great auxiliary. I was just comparing their score with the rest in their class. So did they take 1st or 2nd in Auxiliary?


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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 11:11 am 
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Luis wrote:
dr wrote:
Auxiliary
77.40 South Hills HS
87.60 Mayfair HS
75.70 Cypress HS
69.60 Glenn HS
69.40 Schurr HS
64.30 El Rancho HS


Was Mayfair's score really 87.60?


Yes. They should have been listed 1st. Sorry.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:14 pm 
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Thanks Dennis.

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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Tue Nov 02, 2010 10:22 pm 
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Ok, a few days have gone by and I'm ready to respond. First of all, thank you to the Loara Invitational Committee for inviting the Golden Valley Cardinal Regime. And thank you to Golden Valley's director, Mr. C, for accepting the invitation. I also want to complement Mr. C for having the Cardinal Regime stand and watch and applaud those bands that competed after GV went through the competition area. I thought that that was a classy move.

It was a wonderful event. Lots of talented bands. Even the two middle school bands were lights out. I enjoyed talking with the two Notre Dame boosters that were next to me and the two Glendora boosters that talked with me as well.

Thanks to Luis, I was introduced to WOP's dmcoach, Gonzofoto, and dr. Nice to meet all of you in person.

Couple of things seemed out of the ordinary right away. Very peculiar for this NorCal guy to see drum majors come to the competition area before the review began, stepping off their steps from the salute line. Isn't this line in the same spot for every review?

The Loara guard doing their routine in front of the judges' stand over and over and over, trying to get it just right. My question is, the judges can see them, probably spot some errors, and be ready to pounce on them when they do it for real? Granted, Loara was the host and therefore not competing, but, they will be in competition for the next event, perhaps with the same auxiliary judges?

The Loara band, which was very good by the way, warming up right at the competition line. Heck, they even did a run through 10 minutes before the start of the review. It caught me off guard, as I thought initially that they were doing the real thing and that I had missed my chance to video them. Then abruptly they stopped playing and all of them walked back to the beginning of the competition area. Peculiar indeed. (for me anyways)

Now I could go on and on about all of the great bands that performed. I did have my favorites. Without naming all of them or the obvious ones, I will say that I enjoyed Mayfair, especially their guard, since it was as close to a NCBA guard that I saw that day.

Many SoCal guards are talented in the manner that they "choose" to perform. And their talent is appreciated. However, I have come to enjoy the style, flair, personality of the NCBA guards, particularly Golden Valley's. GV's guard instructor has written a routine that I think is brilliant. She includes lots of modern dance that has a tight choreography between the shields, rifles, and flags. Those three elements seem to feed off of each other throughout the routine. The rifle-shield exchange in front of the judges’ stand and the solo rifle toss, also in front of the judges, are examples of this.

I believe Southern California has many more “top level” or “sweepstakes” bands than NorCal. However, after watching in person, Golden Valley can definitely hang with the top level SoCal bands. I know that I will probably be accused of being biased, perhaps I am a bit, but I believe GV is right there with the best that SoCal has to offer.

It will be interesting to see if Ravenswood ends up on the SoCal march list in the near future. Don’t know how many times Joyce’s 71st was played at Loara? I prefer Ravenswood, the Cossack and Unter der Admiral’s Flagge over any march that was played at Loara. But, I’m sure none of these are on “the list”. I’d love to see some SoCal bands play those three marches.

It was a fabulous, short trip. I’d like to see more NorCal bands get invited to participate in SoCal events in the future. And vice versa. I know Arcadia is going to Napa in a few weeks. I like the idea of these two styles performing for each other. Makes one long for the Long Beach and Santa Ana events of the past.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 05, 2010 11:37 pm 
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Cardinal Regime wrote:

Many SoCal guards are talented in the manner that they "choose" to perform. And their talent is appreciated. However, I have come to enjoy the style, flair, personality of the NCBA guards, particularly Golden Valley's. GV's guard instructor has written a routine that I think is brilliant. She includes lots of modern dance that has a tight choreography between the shields, rifles, and flags. Those three elements seem to feed off of each other throughout the routine. The rifle-shield exchange in front of the judges’ stand and the solo rifle toss, also in front of the judges, are examples of this.



I don't know her personally, but from what I see/hear, Rachel is awesome. Each year, I am amazed by GV's guard. I absolutely love the rifle/letter exchange. I have former students in GV's guard and they speak fondly of Rachel. It seems that she genuinely cares about those girls/guys in guard.


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 Post subject: Re: Results - Loara Invitational Band Review/PM Field Tournament
PostPosted: Sat Nov 06, 2010 9:51 pm 
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I was looking forward to seeing the Cardinal Regime. I, unlike many on this board am not a coach or really that in tune with all the fine points of judging. Just a parent at RK. The RK kids had seen a facebook page from some of the GV kids saying that they were coming for them and to watch out King. I thought this was hillarious and made me eager to see for myself.

From a casual observer point of view, I don't think it would be easy to compare the two styles. The GV show kind of reminded me of a mini field show on the street. I found it very entertaining. Great job.

I particularly want to make mention of the drum major; well done. I definately thought it was one of the better routines that I saw.

Thank you and your group for coming. It made the event more interesting.


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