The Baldwin-Woodville Marching Band came in second at the Wisconsin State Marching Band Championships last month.

Cumberland snapped the Blackhawks’ streak of four straight championships in the Class A Division. Cumberland finished with 80.688 points compared to B-W’s 79.725. Columbus was a distant third at 67.700.

Baldwin-Woodville was voted to have best visual presentation, while Cumberland had best musical presentation and color guard. Columbus finished with best percussion.

Baldwin-Woodville’s score was the eighth best of the 29 schools which competed.

“We were just happy to be performing” B-W Band Director Adam Bassak said, after the 2020 Marching Band Championships were cancelled due to COVID-19.

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