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MHS Majorettes excel at Florida Bandmasters State Competition

Caroline Brunner, Willa Wester, Adrianna Harvey, Anna Beth Milton, Peyton Gay Caroline Brunner, Willa Wester, Adrianna Harvey, Anna Beth Milton, Peyton Gay

The Marianna High School majorettes and flags attended the Florida Bandmasters Association State Solo and Ensemble competition this past Saturday.  Ask any of the participants and they will tell you it was a Saturday well spent. 

The majorettes scored a Superior rating at the State Solo and Ensemble competition. Caroline Brunner, baton and Peyton Gay, baton also received an Excellent rating on their solo routines. Adrianna Harvey, flag received a Superior rating.

Ashleigh Tiller is the majorettes coach. 

Other majorettes competing in the ensemble were Willa Wester and Anna Beth Milton.

Congratulations to all on their accomplishments from the publisher and staff of the Jackson County Times.

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