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Commodores march toward district

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By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

Band recovers from poor early performance to take third place later

LEOPOLD - "We talked, and the kids knew they could have done better," after the first of their two competitions Saturday, Perry Central Music Director Rob Cason said Monday about the school's Marching Commodores.

They came in sixth in a field of six bands competing in Class D at Castle High School in Newburgh.

"We did not have a very good show there," Cason admitted. "There were four bands there that could go to state finals."


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