The Coshocton County Beacon October 17, 2018

FREE! FREE! • Oct. 17 - 23, 2018 • Vol. 11 • No. 25 The Beac n Positively Coshocton County for 10 Years River View holds marching band invitational FOR COMMISSIONER Paid for by the Comm. to Elect Gary L. Fischer Commissioner Michael G. Baker, Treas. PO Box 201, Warsaw, OH 43844 By Jen Jones 0024_101018 Jr Fair Auction results inside! Coshocton County’s locally-owned newspaper Walt and Donna Harrop presented the Kyle L. Harrop Outstanding Drum Major Award to Newark High School at the River View March- ing Band Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 13. The Jen Jones | Beacon award is in honor of their son who passed away suddenly in September and who was very active in the marching band while he att ended River View. WARSAW - Despite the chilly day, the stands at Don Rushing Stadium were full as people cheered on their favorite marching bands at the 37th annual River View Marching Band Invitational on Saturday, Oct. 13. Eight teams competed for various awards and River View showed off their talents at the competition. Each marching band was judged by 12 people in such categories as percus- sion, music, visual performance, visual eff ect, fi eld commander and timing. Marching band competitions vary from the halftime shows many perform in that, during football games, their goal is to show school spirit and get the crowd excited. At a competition, they get the chance to show off their musical and marching profi ciency. Winners from the invitational include: Class C – Shenandoah High School, fi rst place and Coshocton High School; second place and best percussion; Class B – Ridgewood High School, fi rst place and best percussion; Cambridge High School, second place and best auxiliary, and Highland High School, third place. Th e winners in Class A were: Lexing SEE BAND ON PAGE 17 Miller Funeral Home is the ONLY funeral home in Coshocton County now with our own crematory. & Crematory 639 Main Street • Coshocton • 740.622.8000 •