Youth in Music

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A band practicing for their 2007 performance in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome

The Youth in Music championships are a marching band competition held annually at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota in late October. This year's Championship will be on October 13th, 2012. Participating are the top-ranked high school marching bands from Minnesota, as well as participants from Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, South Dakota and Nebraska.[1] Due to the timing of the event, at the end of the field show season, it is considered to determine the Minnesota State Champion band.[2][3] The program was begun in 2003 by Greg Struve.


2007 participants[edit]

Finals Score Band State Captions won
92.9 Rosemount High School Minnesota Color Guard, Winds, and Percussion, State Championship
91.6 Irondale High School Minnesota
87.4 Eden Prairie High School Minnesota
87.8 Lincoln Way Central Illinois
84.8 Eastview High School Minnesota
83.2 Waseca High School Minnesota
81.9 Bellevue East High School Nebraska
78.9 Champlin Park High School Minnesota
77.5 Downers Grove South High School Illinois
71.0 Menomonie High School Wisconsin
Prelims Score AAA Band State Captions won
73.0 Sioux City North Iowa
86.4 Lincoln Way Central Illinois
78.6 Champlin Park High School Minnesota
82.7 Eastview High School Minnesota
88.6 Eden Prairie High School Minnesota
89.9 Irondale High School Minnesota Percussion
91.9 Rosemount High School Minnesota Winds and Color Guard
81.7 Bellevue East High School Nebraska
Prelims Score AA Band State Captions won
71.8 Davenport Central High School Iowa
78.1 Downers Grove South High School Illinois Winds
68.3 Anoka High School Minnesota
70.6 Blaine High School Minnesota
69.2 Coon Rapids High School Minnesota
75.0 Pipestone Area High School Minnesota
83.8 Waseca High School Minnesota Color Guard and Percussion
Prelims Score A Band State Captions won
65.4 Minnetonka High School Minnesota
70.6 Menomonie High School Wisconsin Color Guard, Winds, and Percussion

2006 participants[edit]

Rosemount High School's performance in 2006
Final Score Band State Captions won
94.9 Rosemount High School Minnesota Color Guard, Winds, State Championship
92.9 Irondale High School Minnesota Drum major, Percussion
92.5 Eastview High School Minnesota
89.7 Lincoln Way East Illinois
88.9 Eden Prairie High School Minnesota
87.7 Bellevue East High School Nebraska Spirit Award
85.0 Grand Rapids High School Minnesota
82.2 MOC-Floyd Valley High School Iowa
79.6 Sioux City North Iowa Best Performer (Anna Stanek)
71.4 Minnetonka High School Minnesota
Prelims Score Class AAA Band State
93.6 Rosemount High School Minnesota
90.7 Irondale High School Minnesota
90.6 Eastview High School Minnesota
88.3 Lincoln Way East Illinois
87.4 Eden Prairie High School Minnesota
85.1 Bellevue East High School Nebraska
84.4 Grand Rapids High School Minnesota
78.1 Sioux City North Iowa
Prelims Score Class AA Band State Captions won
82.1 MOC-Floyd Valley High School Iowa Color Guard, Winds, Percussion
76.8 Sioux City West Iowa
76.0 Coon Rapids High School Minnesota
75.3 Blaine High School Minnesota
74.3 Hastings High School Minnesota
Prelims Score Class A Band State Captions won
69.9 Minnetonka High School Minnesota Percussion

2005 participants[edit]

Place - AAA class Band State Captions won
1 Irondale High School Minnesota Percussion, Auxiliary, Drum major
2 Eastview High School Minnesota Winds
3 Champlin Park High School Minnesota
4 Coon Rapids High School Minnesota
Place - AA class Band State Captions won
1 MOC-Floyd Valley High School Iowa Winds, Percussion, Auxiliary, Drum major
2 Pipestone Area High School Minnesota
3 Menomonie High School Wisconsin
4 Hastings High School Minnesota
5 Rocori High School Minnesota

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martinson, Ken. "3rd Annual Youth In Music Marching Band Championships". Marching.com. Retrieved 2007-10-11. 
  2. ^ Turner, Brent (2006-10-29). "And the Winner Is...". Youth in Music. Retrieved 2007-10-11. [dead link]
  3. ^ Turner, Brent (2007-10-28). "2007 YIM Championships = Fun!". Youth in Music. Retrieved 2007-11-11. [dead link]