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Three dozen band students picked for District Honor Band

37 students from New Hanover County, representing each of the 4 high schools in the county, were selected to play in the band. 37 students from New Hanover County, representing each of the 4 high schools in the county, were selected to play in the band.

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WECT) – It's a yearly competition of skill. Band students from 30 counties and 64 high schools from across the eastern half of the state, try out for a spot in the Eastern District Honor Band. Only the best of the best are selected, and this year more than three dozen area students made the cut.

Auditions for the district honor band were held in Greenville this year. Students were required to learn numerous scales and a difficult solo for their particular instrument.

37 students from New Hanover County, representing each of the 4 high schools in the county, were selected to play in the band. Only 190 students make the cut every year.

The selected band members will rehearse for two days before performing a concert Feb. 1 at the Wright Auditorium on the campus of ECU at 5:30 p.m.

Here is a list of the selected band members by school:

Ashley High School 

Paul Atkins

Clara Hare-Grogg

Jenny Harrod

Seth Hollandsworth

Avra Janz

Josh Johnson

Noah Marney

George Mayo

 Zach Miller

John Reyna

Abby Shibley

Madi Slaughter

Hoggard High School

Constance Chadwick

Jacob Hardison

Ryan Hardison

Lauren Lammatteo

Evan Linett 

Abi Orde

Noah Robertson

Laney High School

Nathan Caldwell

Victoria Jeffords

Christine McDow

Joseph Pechersky

Zyon Perkins 

New Hanover High School 

Savannah Buffkin

Drew Cummings

Riley Ferguson

Emily Gittings

Ellie Kerr

Thomas Lee

Rachel McCoy

Cliff Poland

David Puritz

Emily Russell

Bradley Terrell

Ben Woodcock

Destiny Wynn

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