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Martha Sparks
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CHAPMANVILLE — Chapmanville Regional High School hosted the West Virginia Secondary Schools Region Five Band Festival on April 11-12.


Bands from Logan, Boone, Lincoln, Clay, Mingo and Wyoming Counties converged over a two day period for a required ratings performance for judges LeeAnne Lykens, Rhonda Smalley and Tom Thompson. All secondary schools with band programs are required by the WV SSAC to perform in this festival for a rating or for comments.


Each band played two rated pieces with varying difficulties between 1 and 5 (most difficult) and were assigned scores from judges of 5 to 1 (which is superior) Congratulations to the directors and to the band members for an outstanding effort.


Below is a list of bands and the scores they received:


Chapmanville Regional High School — 2-


Logan High School —2+


Scott High School — 2


Man High School/Man Middle School — 3


Sherman Middle School/Sherman High — 2-


Tug Valley High School — 1-


Clay County High School — 3+


Lincoln County High School — 1


Westside High School I-


Mingo Central High School II-


Chapmanville Middle School III-


Logan Middle School — 1-


Madison Middle School — 1


Lenore K-8 School — played for Comments only


Gilbert Middle School — 2-


Williamson Middle School — 3


Guyan Valley Middle School — 2-


Clay County Middle School — 1


Hamlin Pk-8 School — played for Comments Only Harts PK-8 School — 3


Duval PK-8 School — 3


Kermit PK-8 School — played for Comments Only


Oceana Middle School — 1-


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