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CSHS hits high note in State

posted May 11, 2017, 8:33 AM by Amanda Smith

    Several musicians traveled to Southeast of Saline on April 29 to compete in State Music Contest for solos and ensembles. The performances included one from the girls’ Cardinalaires group, one by the whole Cardinalaires group, multiple band solos and one vocal solo.

Those who had band solos were freshmen Jaylee Meyer and Amy Zoglmann, sophomores Mariah Morris and Nathan Ohl and juniors Makenna Beesley and Jera Wolke. Beesley also had a vocal solo.

“For my first year, I was pretty happy with the results,” Meyer said.

Meyer received a two rating, as did Morris and Wolke.

“It was my first time performing a solo at State,” Morris said, “but it was pretty cool. I knew I messed up, and I was counting my mistakes as I went, which is something you shouldn’t do.”

Band soloists who received a one included Zoglmann, Ohl and Beesley. Beesley received a one on both her French horn and vocal solo.

For the group performances, the girl’s Cardinalaires received a two while the whole Cardinalaires group received a three.

“We had fun, even though we didn’t do as well as I had hoped, ”sophomore Audrey Doffing said.
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