Sycamore High School Marching Band Wins Big At State
The Sycamore High School Marching Band finished in second place at Mid States Band Association (MSBA) 4A Championships on November 5, the highest finish at Championships in school history. The Marching Aviators were the highest placed Ohio band, making them the MSBA 4A Ohio Champions.
The Sycamore High School Marching Band has received several accolades during the first few months of the 2016-2017 school year. They placed first in class AAAA at the Lebanon High School Mid-States Band Association Competition, earning awards in six categories including Grand Champion and Best Music Overall.
The Marching Aviators earned second in Class AAAA at the Kings High School Mid-States Band Association Competition and were awarded Reserve Grand Champion. They achieved a Superior Rating and qualified for State Finals at the Hamilton High School Ohio Music Education Association Competition.
The Aves Marching Band swept all categories at the Miamisburg High School Mid-States Band Association Competition, earning the title of Reserve Grand Champions.
Before competing at the MSBA, the Marching Aviators held the second annual "Strike Up the Band for Hunger." Canned food donations made at the band showcase event will be give to local non-profit Operation Give Back, which helps students and families in our community.