Five Battle Ground Public Schools students named to All-State Honor Bands

To be selected, students auditioned and competed with middle and high school students from across the state

BATTLE GROUND — Five student musicians from Battle Ground Public Schools have been selected for the Washington Music Educators Association’s (WMEA) All-State Honor Bands and will perform in the 2020 All-State Bands concerts from Feb. 14-16 (Fri.-Sun.) in Yakima.

To be selected, students auditioned and competed with middle and high school students from across the state. While at the All-State event, students will participate in rehearsals with music educators and directors, as well as perform at the gala concert.

The honorees this year are Prairie High School 11th grader Carley Ray, All-State Treble Choir (alto); Battle Ground High School 11th grader Jacob Williams, All-State Wind Ensemble (trombone); Chief Middle School 8th grader Clair Moss, Junior All-State Concert Band (baritone saxophone); Tukes Valley Middle School 8th grader Payton Dietel, Junior All-State Concert Band (trombone); and Tukes Valley Middle School 8th grader Grady McHenry, Junior All-State Jazz Band (trumpet).

Information provided by Battle Ground Public Schools.

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