Having come out of the Marionville program when it was at it's peak, I can assure you that the program didn't lose a good director. That band has been on a downhill slide for several years, and hopefully since the new director was also a product of those great bands he will be able to bring it back to it's past glory. The best thing that could've happen to the program was a change in leadership.
So it appears as though the top five in Class A at Val Halla 2012 is going to be drastically different this year. With Liberty, Willow Springs, Salem, Winfield, and Houston coming on strong, is there ... more
Miller A Houston A Eldorado Springs A Marionville A Spokane A Liberty A Salem A Winfield A Willow Springs B Monett B Seymour B Mountain Grove B Buffalo B Ava B Mount Vernon B Cassville B Hollister... more
Guessing the performance order on the field: Willow Springs Miller Houston Seymour El Dorado Springs Marionville Spokane Liberty Probable Trophy Placement: FIRST: Liberty SECOND: Willow Springs... more
Well speaking as a recent grad and former FIRST TRUMPET in that band, we had very good scores from competitions the last three years, so check the facts on MidWest Marching dot com and see what the... more
I'm sure winning all the little country marching shows was great, but I know for a fact you couldn't hang with the big boys. Not like they could in the 90's. The only director they had there that did ... more