Tomball Places 21st in State Marching Championships

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Tomball Places 21st in State Marching Championships

Victor Andrade, Senior Writer

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This past Monday on November 4th was the 2019 UIL State Marching Contest in San Antonio where the Cougar Pride Band went on to compete for a chance at championship.

They went on to place 21st in the state, making them one of the best band programs in the country and placing the highest Tomball has ever been placed at the competition.

The TCP Band has proven themselves over the years by making the State Marching Contest three times in consecutive cycles, which has never been done in the program.

They have put in a tremendous amount of hard work this season and have proven themselves to be one of the top programs in the state.

Final Results from the UIL State Marching Championships

Prelims – 

 

  • Highland Park HS
  • Cedar Park HS
  • Wakeland HS
  • Rouse HS
  • Burleson Centennial HS
  • Lone Star HS
  • Friendswood HS
  • Aledo HS
  • Dripping Springs HS
  • Lebanon Trail HS
  • Wylie East HS
  • Weiss HS
  • Colleyville Heritage HS
  • McCallum HS
  • Birdville HS
  • Hanks HS
  • Forney HS
  • Poteet HS
  • Sharyland HS
  • Midlothian HS
  • Tomball HS
  • Pioneer HS
  • Lopez HS
  • North Forney HS
  • Foster HS
  • Willis HS
  • Porter HS
  • Eastlake HS
  • Rio Grande City HS
  • Tom Glenn HS
  • James Pace HS
  • Del Valle HS
  • Tivy HS
  • Bel Air HS

 

 

Finals – 

 

  • Cedar Park HS (Champions)
  • Highland Park HS
  • Wakeland HS
  • Rouse HS
  • Burleson Centennial HS
  • Friendswood HS
  • Wylie East HS
  • Lebanon Trail HS
  • Aledo HS
  • Dripping Spring HS
  • Weiss HS
  • Lone Star HS

 

 

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