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Cedar Ridge HS, TX (AAAA)



The Cedar Ridge High School Band is a former Grand National finalist.

Top 30 History
currently unranked
26th on 9/20/16 (Week 2)
28th on 9/13/16 (Week 1)

30th on 11/17/15 (Week 10)
28th on 11/10/15 (Week 9)
29th on 11/03/15 (Week 8)
30th on 10/27/15 (Week 7)
26th on 10/20/15 (Week 6)
25th on 10/13/15 (Week 5)
23rd on 10/06/15 (Week 4)

temporarily unranked

29th on 10/28/14 (Week 7)
27th on 10/21/14 (Week 6)
25th on 10/14/14 (Week 5)
27th on 10/07/14 (Week 4)
26th on 9/30/14 (Week 3)
27th on 9/23/14 (Week 2)
25th on 9/16/14 (Week 1)

19th on 11/19/13

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In 2016, Cedar Ridge will be competing at the Austin Regional and the San Antonio Super Regional.

2015
Cedar Ridge competed at the Austin Regional, the Conroe Regional, and the San Antonio Super Regional.

Cedar Ridge was previously registered for Grand Nats, but after going through an unexpected head band director change, they withdrew from that event.

At Austin, Cedar Ridge finished in the bottom half of finals, placing 7th overall.

A few weeks later at San Antonio, Cedar Ridge place 12 in finals, proving that even if Hendrickson and Leander had competed, Cedar Ridge would still deserve a spot in finals.

2014
Cedar Ridge competed at the Austin Regional and the Long Beach Regional. We expected a better season from Cedar Ridge after doing so well at Grand Nats last year, but what we received was a bottom-half finish at an early season regional and a close second place finish at what we thought would be a definitive victory. Though it may sound like a disappointing season the way we phrase it, for most bands this would be an incredible season: making finals and earning second place at a regional.

2013
Four years after it's creation, Cedar Ridge made Grand Nats Finals in trip number one. Their impressive 2nd place finish in music at SA and 5th place showing in Grand Nats Semis goes to show this is a band that isn't going away. It will be exciting to see how long until they come back to Grand Nats. Maybe they'll be the first Texas band to be an every-year-Grand-Nats-attender. Unrelated: their vocal soloist was unbelievable.



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