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Scotch Plains-Fanwood Competes in USBands Competition at MetLife Stadium

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ -- The Scotch Plains-Fanwood High School Marching Band competed in USBands Open Class National Championships (Group VI Open class) on Saturday,Nov. 12 at MetLife Stadium.

SP-F placed 6th in the group with a score of 93.725 and had the distinction of selling the most tickets for the event in the Group VI Open class. Over 100 people went to support the band.

USBands Marching has grown to become the largest competitive marching band circuit in the nation, delivering the best venues, adjudicators, and overall educational experience in the marching arts. Each fall, more than 700 schools participate in over 150 local, regional, state and national marching competitions.

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