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Prospect wins Chicagoland Marching Band fest

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  • Dana Even of Lakes Community High School marches to "Without Evil There Is No Good," from its show, "Pandora's Box."

       Dana Even of Lakes Community High School marches to "Without Evil There Is No Good," from its show, "Pandora's Box."
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Lakes Community color guard member Megan Lemke dances her way around the band during "Zeus's Presentation."

       Lakes Community color guard member Megan Lemke dances her way around the band during "Zeus's Presentation."
    photos by Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Jacobs High School color guard members Laura Hill, Rachel Coniglio, Alison Wiggins and Anna Augustyn perform as the band plays "Blue and Green Music."

       Jacobs High School color guard members Laura Hill, Rachel Coniglio, Alison Wiggins and Anna Augustyn perform as the band plays "Blue and Green Music."
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Jacobs High School performs "Nocturne for Chamber Orchestra," part of their show, "Synesthesia."

       Jacobs High School performs "Nocturne for Chamber Orchestra," part of their show, "Synesthesia."
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Rolling Meadows' Danielle Sioui dances to "Bright Lights, Hot Nights," part of the "Urban Pulse" show.

       Rolling Meadows' Danielle Sioui dances to "Bright Lights, Hot Nights," part of the "Urban Pulse" show.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Christin Rettig, center, of Rolling Meadows High School, during their performance.

       Christin Rettig, center, of Rolling Meadows High School, during their performance.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Wheaton Warrenville South High School performs their show, "Nightmare."

       Wheaton Warrenville South High School performs their show, "Nightmare."
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Drum Major Maggie Inman directs the Wheaton Warrenville South marching band.

       Drum Major Maggie Inman directs the Wheaton Warrenville South marching band.
    Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • The Prospect High School Marching Knights perform "To the Moon and Back," featuring the jazz standard, "How High the Moon."

      The Prospect High School Marching Knights perform "To the Moon and Back," featuring the jazz standard, "How High the Moon."
    Courtesy OF District 214

  • Prospect Knights perform a liftoff during "To the Moon and Back."

      Prospect Knights perform a liftoff during "To the Moon and Back."
    Courtesy of Tom Alicoate

 
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The 45th annual Chicagoland Marching Band Festival was held Saturday at Wheeling High School, with 28 of the area's top high school marching bands performing and vying for awards. Prospect High School was named Grand Champion for its show, "To the Moon and Back," which also got them the grand champion trophy at the Lancer Joust a week before. Here's how the schools finished in their respective classes, along with individual awards they won.

Class 1A:

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1. Lincoln-Way West (General Excellence, Music)

2. Lakes Community (Auxiliary, Percussion, Visual, Drum Major)

3. Providence Catholic

4. Harry D. Jacobs

5. Richmond-Burton

Class 2A:

1. Waubonsie Valley (General Excellence, Music, Auxiliary)

2. Lincoln-Way Central

3. Wheaton Warrenville South (Percussion, Visual, Drum Major)

4. United Township

5. Alan B. Shepard

6. Glenbard West

7. Rolling Meadows

8. Benton Community, IA

9. Argo

Class 3A

1. Prospect (General Excellence, Percussion, Visual)

2. Marian Catholic (Music)

3. John Hersey

4. Lincoln-Way North (Auxiliary)

5. Glenbrook South

6. Lemont (Drum Major)

7. Elk Grove

8. Warren Township

9. Prairie Ridge

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