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Edison High School Marching Band Still State Champions

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Edison High School Marching Band members hold stance while accepting State Championship Trophy. Holding stance is a long tradition maintained by band members. Credits: Michelle Kasperski
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Edison High School Marching Band members holding State Championship banner. Credits: Michelle Kasperski
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PISCATAWAY, NJ - Defending its state title, the Edison High School Marching Band competed this past Saturday at Rutgers Stadium in the USBANDS Group III Open.

The Edison High School Marching held onto its state championship title by taking first place this weekend with a score of 88.450.

In addition to the 2014 New Jersey state title, the EHS Marching Band won the following caption awards also: Best Visual, Best Music, Best Percussion and Best Overall Effect.

They will represent New Jersey in their group at Nationals on November 15, at MetLife Stadium.

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