B-A musicians advance to regionals

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B-A musicians advance to regionals

Five band members represented Bellwood-Antis at District 6 chorus. Pictured are: front row (l to r): Sarah Knisely and Kyra Woomer; back row (l to r): Band Director Mr. Pat Sachse, Kaitlyn Farber, Logan Morrison, and Kaitlyn Hamer. Farber, Hamer and Knisely each advanced to rebional band.

Five band members represented Bellwood-Antis at District 6 chorus. Pictured are: front row (l to r): Sarah Knisely and Kyra Woomer; back row (l to r): Band Director Mr. Pat Sachse, Kaitlyn Farber, Logan Morrison, and Kaitlyn Hamer. Farber, Hamer and Knisely each advanced to rebional band.

Five band members represented Bellwood-Antis at District 6 chorus. Pictured are: front row (l to r): Sarah Knisely and Kyra Woomer; back row (l to r): Band Director Mr. Pat Sachse, Kaitlyn Farber, Logan Morrison, and Kaitlyn Hamer. Farber, Hamer and Knisely each advanced to rebional band.

Five band members represented Bellwood-Antis at District 6 chorus. Pictured are: front row (l to r): Sarah Knisely and Kyra Woomer; back row (l to r): Band Director Mr. Pat Sachse, Kaitlyn Farber, Logan Morrison, and Kaitlyn Hamer. Farber, Hamer and Knisely each advanced to rebional band.

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After trying out at PMEA District 6 Band, Bellwood-Antis High School students Kaitlyn Farber, Kyra Woomer, and Sarah Knisely are advancing to regionals.

According to Band Director Mr. Patrick Sachse, the girls have a chance to advance past regionals if they can handle putting in some extra practice.

“They all have potential to make states, but it’s a yearlong practice commitment,” said Sachse.

He explained that the girls will be facing harder music, a larger ensemble, and stronger competition outside of the region.

Region 3 has added counties from the north and east, making it an 11-county region.

The students were excited to advance.

“It’s a good opportunity.  If I practice hard enough I can go to states.   I had an idea I could advance, but it feels good to know for sure,” explains Sarah Knisely.

Good luck to the girls as they try to advance as far as they can!

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