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Samuel Culper

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  1. All the schedules you keep asking for can be found on threads on this board: https://www.txbands.com/forums/forum/26-upcoming-contests-events-and-festivals/
  2. So, to clarify this post.... I was thinking this was the Area H thread when I posted that. As for State - I think an LISD sweep is entirely possible, but I think Wakeland and Highland Park will both push to break into the medals. Should be a really interesting Finals.
  3. It would be a shocker if it is anything other than those three.
  4. Saturday, October 30th - D.W. Rutledge Stadium 9:00 - Clark 9:15 - Taft 9:30 - South San Antonio 9:45 - Steele 10:00 - Lake Travis 10:30 - Westlake 10:45 - John Jay 11:00 - Eagle Pass 11:15 - Del Rio 11:30 - Brennan 11:45 - Holmes 1:00 - Vandegrift 1:15 - Clemens 1:30 - O'Connor 1:45 - Judson 2:00 - Marshall 2:15 - Warren 2:45 - Stevens 3:00 - East Central 3:15 - Harlan 3:30 - Vista Ridge 3:45 - Wagner 4:00 - Brandeis 7:00 - First Finalist 9:15 - Last Finalist
  5. Saturday, October 23rd - Gupton Stadium 9:00 - Veteran's Memorial 9:15 - Tivy 9:30 - Jefferson 9:45 - Liberty Hill 10:00 - Medina Valley 10:15 - Burbank 10:45 - Champion 11:00 - Legacy 11:15 - Glenn 11:30 - C.C. Winn 11:45 - Leander 12:00 - Harlandale 1:15 - Southwest 1:30 - Marble Falls 1:45 - Cedar Park 2:00 - McCollum 2:15 - Rouse 2:30 - Edison 2:45 - Southside 6:00 - First Finalist 7:30 - Last Finalist
  6. Only three State slots for Area H. 19 1's. Brutal.
  7. Region 29 finally posted their schedule for tomorrow: 6:05 - Holmes 6:20 - John Jay 6:35 - Warren 6:50 - Clark 7:05 - Marshall 7:20 - Brandeis 7:35 - Brennan 7:50 - Taft 8:05 - Harlan 8:20 - O'Connor 8:35 - Stevens
  8. I love that quartet, It is so fun. And crazy hard.
  9. And Vista had an admittedly bad run in Austin Finals this year. They knew it coming off the field. The Prelims run was better. That wasn't the case in '18 or '19. But, certainly, it's a hill to climb. S.A. competition is no joke.
  10. It is always a bit of a crapshoot with Texas bands making the trip up to Indy. Any band with hope of competing for the Eagle has a lot of built-in advantages to overcome compared to the bands from Indiana/Ohio, etc. But if we can keep sending a half dozen San Antonio Finals-worthy bands each year, we will have a shot each year. I think that's what it takes to have an even shot at Kevin making his home in the Lone Star State each offseason.
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