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Scenes from the Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Marching Band Competition

Simon Oster, band major Credits: John Mooney
Scotch Plains-Fanwoodmarching band Credits: John Mooney
Danielle Glickstein Credits: John Mooney
SPFHS marching band Credits: John Mooney
Bands from across North Jersey performed at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School on Saturday. Credits: Jon Joshua
Credits: Jon Joshua
Credits: Jon Joshua
Credits: Jon Joshua
Credits: Jon Joshua
Credits: Jon Joshua
FanwoodMayorColleen Mahr, marching band volunteer Barbara Oster and Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover Credits: John Mooney
Mayor Kevin Glover and SPFHSmarching band director DurandThomas. Credits: John Mooney
Fanwood Mayor Colleen Mahr and Scotch Plains Mayor Kevin Glover as they prepare to present the Mayors' Award. Credits: John Mooney
Kevin Glover and ColleenMahr present Mayors' Award to West Orange. Credits: John Mooney

SCOTCH PLAINS/FANWOOD, NJ -- Eleven of the state's top marching bands performed at Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School on Saturday night at the school's annual Marching Band Competition at the varsity football field. 

The top prize of the evening, the Mayors' Trophy, presented by Mayor Kevin Glover of Scotch Plains and Mayor Colleen Mahr of Fanwood, went to West Orange. As host of the competition, Scotch Plains-Fanwood was ineligible to win any of the prizes awarded but the band did earn points from the judges.

Performers were high school bands from Linden, Cranford, South Plainfield, East Brunswick, North Plainfield, West Orange, Westfield, Edison, John P. Stevens (North Edison), and Scotch Plains-Fanwood.


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