Hopatcong Marching Chiefs take First Place in their division size

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On Saturday, October 6,The Hopatcong Marching Chiefs performed on a damp night at the “Under the Stars” Marching Band Competition, hosted by the Randolph Marching Rams Marching Band. 

The Marching Chiefs came in first place in their division size, and tied with Hacketstown for highest score in the first half of the show.  In addition to their placement, the Marching Chiefs "swept" the awards for best music, best visual, best percussion and best guard!  Other bands in first half competition (in the order of performance) were Belvediere, Elmwood Park, Hacketstown, High Point, and Columbia.

Accepting the awards are Drum Majors Jen Coulman, Wiktoria Plewa, Drum Captain Noah Fouda, and Guard Captain Nikko Chey.

In two weeks, the Marching Chiefs will perform at the New Jersey Music Educators State Marching Band Festival in Wayne Hills with 21 bands from North and Central Jersey - Good Luck!


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