Eaton band to compete at State


Eaton High School Band under the direction of Paul Bingle and Katie Heitkamp competed at districts at Madison High School. After an intense 15-minute performance with three composed pieces and a site reading, the band took home a Superior One rating and a chance to move on to the state competition. Pictured are seniors Brennan Fogle, Tatum Durbin, Madalyn Staight and Band President Josh Hubbard.

Eaton High School Band under the direction of Paul Bingle and Katie Heitkamp competed at districts at Madison High School. After an intense 15-minute performance with three composed pieces and a site reading, the band took home a Superior One rating and a chance to move on to the state competition. Pictured are seniors Brennan Fogle, Tatum Durbin, Madalyn Staight and Band President Josh Hubbard.


Eaton High School Band under the direction of Paul Bingle and Katie Heitkamp competed at districts at Madison High School. After an intense 15-minute performance with three composed pieces and a site reading, the band took home a Superior One rating and a chance to move on to the state competition. Pictured are seniors Brennan Fogle, Tatum Durbin, Madalyn Staight and Band President Josh Hubbard.

Eaton High School Band under the direction of Paul Bingle and Katie Heitkamp competed at districts at Madison High School. After an intense 15-minute performance with three composed pieces and a site reading, the band took home a Superior One rating and a chance to move on to the state competition. Pictured are seniors Brennan Fogle, Tatum Durbin, Madalyn Staight and Band President Josh Hubbard.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2019/03/web1_IMG_8452.jpgEaton High School Band under the direction of Paul Bingle and Katie Heitkamp competed at districts at Madison High School. After an intense 15-minute performance with three composed pieces and a site reading, the band took home a Superior One rating and a chance to move on to the state competition. Pictured are seniors Brennan Fogle, Tatum Durbin, Madalyn Staight and Band President Josh Hubbard.