SMS band students recognized


Several Sampson Middle School band students auditioned and earned a chair in the N.C. Southeastern Symphonic or Concert All-District bands. The students that earned a chair will participate in a two day clinic at Overhills High School, Feb. 19-20. Each band consist of 88 students. Pictured are, first row, Austin Bass - 1st Bass Clarinet, Savanna Mathis - 12th Clarinet, Nayeli Jaramillo - 16th Clarinet, Cristal Ortiz - 3rd Clarinet, Jalyssa Hobbs - 9th Flute, Kaya Kusmierczuk - 6th Flute, Tatiana Austria - 2nd Oboe, Misael Luna - 3rd Alto Sax and Chloe Zeng - 2nd Bassoon. Pictured on the second row, Samuel Harrison - 7th Trombone, Madison Todd - 8th Trombone, Madelyn Hales - 8th French Horn, Kayla Yang - 1st French Horn, Robert Smith - 4th Baritone, Oscar Bennett - 2nd Percussion, Edwin Sampson - 1st Trombone and Luis Pineda - 5th Trombone. Third row, Lee Tyner - 1st Tuba and Spencer Westerbeek - 5th Tuba. Not pictured are Zoey Locklear - 3rd French Horn and Noah Jackson - 1st Tuba.


Several Sampson Middle School band students auditioned and earned a chair in the N.C. Southeastern Symphonic or Concert All-District bands. The students that earned a chair will participate in a two day clinic at Overhills High School, Feb. 19-20. Each band consist of 88 students. Pictured are, first row, Austin Bass – 1st Bass Clarinet, Savanna Mathis – 12th Clarinet, Nayeli Jaramillo – 16th Clarinet, Cristal Ortiz – 3rd Clarinet, Jalyssa Hobbs – 9th Flute, Kaya Kusmierczuk – 6th Flute, Tatiana Austria – 2nd Oboe, Misael Luna – 3rd Alto Sax and Chloe Zeng – 2nd Bassoon. Pictured on the second row, Samuel Harrison – 7th Trombone, Madison Todd – 8th Trombone, Madelyn Hales – 8th French Horn, Kayla Yang – 1st French Horn, Robert Smith – 4th Baritone, Oscar Bennett – 2nd Percussion, Edwin Sampson – 1st Trombone and Luis Pineda – 5th Trombone. Third row, Lee Tyner – 1st Tuba and Spencer Westerbeek – 5th Tuba. Not pictured are Zoey Locklear – 3rd French Horn and Noah Jackson – 1st Tuba.

Several Sampson Middle School band students auditioned and earned a chair in the N.C. Southeastern Symphonic or Concert All-District bands. The students that earned a chair will participate in a two day clinic at Overhills High School, Feb. 19-20. Each band consist of 88 students. Pictured are, first row, Austin Bass – 1st Bass Clarinet, Savanna Mathis – 12th Clarinet, Nayeli Jaramillo – 16th Clarinet, Cristal Ortiz – 3rd Clarinet, Jalyssa Hobbs – 9th Flute, Kaya Kusmierczuk – 6th Flute, Tatiana Austria – 2nd Oboe, Misael Luna – 3rd Alto Sax and Chloe Zeng – 2nd Bassoon. Pictured on the second row, Samuel Harrison – 7th Trombone, Madison Todd – 8th Trombone, Madelyn Hales – 8th French Horn, Kayla Yang – 1st French Horn, Robert Smith – 4th Baritone, Oscar Bennett – 2nd Percussion, Edwin Sampson – 1st Trombone and Luis Pineda – 5th Trombone. Third row, Lee Tyner – 1st Tuba and Spencer Westerbeek – 5th Tuba. Not pictured are Zoey Locklear – 3rd French Horn and Noah Jackson – 1st Tuba.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_SMSBand.jpgSeveral Sampson Middle School band students auditioned and earned a chair in the N.C. Southeastern Symphonic or Concert All-District bands. The students that earned a chair will participate in a two day clinic at Overhills High School, Feb. 19-20. Each band consist of 88 students. Pictured are, first row, Austin Bass – 1st Bass Clarinet, Savanna Mathis – 12th Clarinet, Nayeli Jaramillo – 16th Clarinet, Cristal Ortiz – 3rd Clarinet, Jalyssa Hobbs – 9th Flute, Kaya Kusmierczuk – 6th Flute, Tatiana Austria – 2nd Oboe, Misael Luna – 3rd Alto Sax and Chloe Zeng – 2nd Bassoon. Pictured on the second row, Samuel Harrison – 7th Trombone, Madison Todd – 8th Trombone, Madelyn Hales – 8th French Horn, Kayla Yang – 1st French Horn, Robert Smith – 4th Baritone, Oscar Bennett – 2nd Percussion, Edwin Sampson – 1st Trombone and Luis Pineda – 5th Trombone. Third row, Lee Tyner – 1st Tuba and Spencer Westerbeek – 5th Tuba. Not pictured are Zoey Locklear – 3rd French Horn and Noah Jackson – 1st Tuba.
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