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 Show Choir Community > Events > 2007 Season > Cedar Rapids Washington Mo Show 2007


Event Info


March 10th, 2007

Venue Info

Washington High School
2205 Forest Drive SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52403

Phone: (319) 558-2161

Event Details

No. of Attending Choirs:  Unknown

Hosts:

  Cedar Rapids Washington "Momentum"
  Cedar Rapids Washington "Celebration"
  Cedar Rapids Washington "VivacĂ©"

Judges:

  Michael Harrington (Gym/Finals)

  Allen Koepke (Gym/Finals)

  Larry Monson (Gym/Finals)

  Steven Albaugh (Critique/Finals)

  Ann Schoenecker (Critique/Finals)

  Steve Shanley (Band)

  Sandra Chapman (Aud/Finals)

  Jim Berry (Aud/Finals)

  Dave Marshall (Aud/Finals)

  Ann Berry (Critique/Finals)

  Lovar Davis Kidd (Critique/Finals)


Ticket Prices: Unknown

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Cedar Rapids Washington Mo Show 2007









Awards
Predictions
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Event Site
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Finals
 

Groups in order of placement

 Happiness, Inc.
 Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School
Grand Champion 
Best Choreography 
Best Props 

 10th Street Edition
 Linn-Mar High School
First Runner Up 
Best Vocals 
Best Band 
Best Ballad 
Best Male Soloist (Diandre Neville) 

 Choralation
 Milton High School
Second Runner Up 
Best Costumes 

 Spotlighters
 Craig High School
3rd Runner Up 
High Energy Award 

 Central Singers, Inc.
 Davenport Central High School
4th Runner Up 
Best Female Soloist (Gina Jarrell) 
Best Staging 

 Sensations
 Sumner-Fredericksburg High School
5th Runner Up 

 Summit Street Singers
 Center Point-Urbana High School
6th Runner Up 


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juliofrommississippi on Mar 13, 2007, 3:41 PM
Post #101
 
QUOTE(bryantsgrlno8 @ Mar 13 2007, 07:47 AM) [snapback]394133[/snapback]
I completely understand the rule of the high-low and why it is in place. However, in situations like this it seems as though a SYSTEM decides who wins, NOT the judges. The high-low is certainly a good rule, it just kind of sucks when it works against you, haha.


I find that has been true a lot this year. Since many competitions have been extremely close, it is so easy to change up the placings at any competition if you use a different system, as I was discussing with Adam Miller last night. That's why I think it is so hard to come up with a placing system, someone is going to lose either way.




bryantsgrlno8 on Mar 13, 2007, 12:47 PM
Post #100
 
I completely understand the rule of the high-low and why it is in place. However, in situations like this it seems as though a SYSTEM decides who wins, NOT the judges. The high-low is certainly a good rule, it just kind of sucks when it works against you, haha.



juliofrommississippi on Mar 13, 2007, 6:09 AM (Edited)
Post #99
 
ok i got to look at the scores today and here were some things i got out of it.

In the prep Protege was ahead of In-Step by about 1.66 points after averaging so about 5. Sumner-Fredericksburg was over 5 ahead of protege. Also since there were 11 judges in finals and each group had 9 scores count Kennedy ended up being ahead of Linn-Mar by 2 points without averaging after dropping the hi-lo scores.

The big deciding factor in the night rounds from what I saw was Sandy Chapman's score. She had Kennedy in 5th place with 150 points. That was the low score that got dropped and drastically raised Kennedy's scores. Michael Harrington and Allen Keopke also had large point spreads between Kennedy and Linn-Mar but neither of those scores were dropped, so thats why I feel Chapman's scores affected the outcome the most. Here were the totals from the judges (i didnt have time to write down the vocal and choreo scores from each judge)

Michael Harrington:

1st- Kennedy (184)
2nd- Linn-Mar (168.5)
3rd- Milton (165)
4th- Craig (151.5)
5th- Central (143)
6th- Sumner (128.5)
7th- Center Point-Urbana (123.5)

Allen Keopke:

1st- Linn-Mar (193)
2nd- Craig (191)
3rd- Milton (178)
4th- Kennedy (174)
5th- Central (158)
6th- Sumner (152)
7th- Center Point (151)

Larry Monson:

1st- Linn-Mar (187.5)
2nd- Kennedy (186)
3rd- Craig (182.5)
4th- Milton (178)
5th- Central (169)
6th- Sumner (167.5)
7th- Center Point (140.5)

Sandy Chapman:

1st- Craig (162)
1st- Linn-Mar (162)
3rd- Milton (160)
4th- Central (152)
5th- Kennedy (150)
6th- Sumner (147)
7th- Center Point (134)

Ann Schoenecker:

1st- Kennedy (191)
2nd- Central (187)
3rd- Linn-Mar (186)
4th- Craig (183)
5th- Milton (179)
6th- Center Point (158.5)
7th- Sumner (158)

Ann Berry:

1st- Linn-Mar (192)
2nd- Kennedy (189)
3rd- Craig (182)
4th- Milton (180)
5th- Central (176)
6th- Center Point (170)
7th- Sumner (150)

Dave Marshall:

1st- Linn-Mar (192.5)
2nd- Kennedy (184.5)
3rd- Central (180.5)
4th- Milton (180)
5th- Sumner (161.5)
6th- Craig (158)
7th- Center Point (143.5)

Mary Kreitzer:

1st- Kennedy (177)
2nd- Linn-Mar (176.5)
3rd- Central (171.5)
4th- Milton (165)
5th- Craig (162.5)
6th- Center Point (130.5)
7th- Sumner (113.5)

LD Kidd:

1st- Kennedy (192.5)
2nd- Linn-Mar (184)
3rd- Milton (166)
4th- Central (162)
5th- Craig (153)
6th- Sumner (132.5)
7th- Center Point (132)

Jim Berry:

1st- Linn-Mar (194)
2nd- Kennedy (193)
3rd- Milton (173)
4th- Central (169)
5th- Craig (167)
6th- Center Point (159)
7th- Sumner (152)

Elena Shaddow:

1st- Kennedy (176)
2nd- Milton (173)
3rd- Linn-Mar (172)
4th- Central (164)
5th- Craig (160)
6th- Sumner (154)
7th- Center Point (150)

Placings:

Kennedy- 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 4, 5
Linn-Mar- 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3
Milton- 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5
Craig- 1, 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 6
Central- 2, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5

Sumner-Fredericksburg and Center Point-Urbana had all 6th and 7th placings except Sumner had 1 5th.


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nightbeam on Mar 13, 2007, 3:45 AM
Post #98
 
Wow, apparently I wasn't confused. That is pretty insane!



MyFlakeIzFrozted on Mar 13, 2007, 2:22 AM
Post #97
 
I guess I could have summed it up that way

Thanks guys


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benschrank on Mar 13, 2007, 1:16 AM
Post #96
 
^^^^^ Yup, that's all true. It was truly a great day of show choir! I was thoroughly impressed by every show I saw during the day. Kudos to all performers!

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nightbeam on Mar 12, 2007, 11:07 PM
Post #95
 
Wait, I am confused...

So, Kennedy won in the daytime...

Linn-Mar won at night time.

Scores are averaged and Linn-Mar wins overall.

High-low taken out, then Kennedy wins

Is that correct? If so, man, it really must have been close. At that point it really is a shame to have one group lose, because both are obviously at the same talent level, the judges just choose the one they like better really. Sounds like a high talent competition!




MyFlakeIzFrozted on Mar 12, 2007, 9:06 PM
Post #94
 
QUOTE(benschrank @ Mar 11 2007, 05:09 PM) [snapback]393677[/snapback]
DAYTIME SCORES

Vocals:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 90.00
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 88.50
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 84.50
Milton "Choralation" - 82.33
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 79.67

Show:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 92.67
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 88.33
Milton "Choralation" - 87.67
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 84.50
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 82.67

Total:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 182.67
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 176.83
Milton "Choralation" - 170.00
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 169.00
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 162.33

(No scores provided for Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" or Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers")

FINALS SCORES:

Vocals:

Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 92.32
Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 89.95
Milton "Choralation" - 85.36
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 83.36
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 82.50
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 72.05
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 71.23

Choreography:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 91.59
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 90.23
Milton "Choralation" - 87.14
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 85.05
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 84.05
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 74.91
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 73.55

Total:

Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 182.55
Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 181.55
Milton "Choralation" - 172.50
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 168.41
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 166.55
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 146.95
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 144.33

After Highest & Lowest Dropped:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 183.78
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 183.56
Milton "Choralation" - 173.06
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 167.78
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 166.89
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 148.39
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 144.33


I would like to point out that these scores are the result of averaging the judging panel.

Before averaging the final scores (after the high-low was taken out), Happiness Inc. was around 1.75 points ahead...

It was very very close. I'm still in shock that show choir could have a margin of a fraction of a point. Everyone was so on at night, it was very scary going first in the night round. That was a first for me, personally.




UOSCF on Mar 12, 2007, 3:39 AM
Post #93
 
QUOTE(LCCSCC @ Mar 11 2007, 10:05 PM) [snapback]393753[/snapback]
prep results>?


Champion: Cedar Rapids Kennedy, Protege'
1st Runner-Up: Linn-Mar, In-Step

I believe that Kennedy won by 1 point.


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LCCSCC on Mar 12, 2007, 3:05 AM
Post #92
 
prep results>?

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benschrank on Mar 12, 2007, 1:09 AM
Post #91
 
DAYTIME SCORES

Vocals:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 90.00
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 88.50
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 84.50
Milton "Choralation" - 82.33
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 79.67

Show:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 92.67
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 88.33
Milton "Choralation" - 87.67
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 84.50
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 82.67

Total:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 182.67
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 176.83
Milton "Choralation" - 170.00
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 169.00
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 162.33

(No scores provided for Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" or Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers")

FINALS SCORES:

Vocals:

Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 92.32
Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 89.95
Milton "Choralation" - 85.36
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 83.36
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 82.50
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 72.05
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 71.23

Choreography:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 91.59
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 90.23
Milton "Choralation" - 87.14
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 85.05
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 84.05
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 74.91
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 73.55

Total:

Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 182.55
Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 181.55
Milton "Choralation" - 172.50
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 168.41
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 166.55
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 146.95
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 144.33

After Highest & Lowest Dropped:

Cedar Rapids Kennedy "Happiness, Inc." - 183.78
Linn-Mar "10th Street Edition" - 183.56
Milton "Choralation" - 173.06
Janesville Craig "Spotlighters" - 167.78
Davenport Central "Central Singers, Inc." - 166.89
Sumner-Fredricksburg "Sensations" - 148.39
Center Point Urbana "Summit Street Singers" - 144.33


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benschrank on Mar 11, 2007, 9:01 PM (Edited)
Post #90
 
Janesville Craig -

HECK YES YOU DID! What a way to end the year, huh?! You've had such an amazing run this year, and this competition was just the rich, rich icing on the cake. Please know how proud I am of each and every one of you.

Love,
Ben

Edit: Also, congrats on taking the People's Choice Award for the third year in a row!




dtneville on Mar 11, 2007, 7:13 PM
Post #89
 
I personally just wanted to take a few moments to say something to all of the people that were at MoShow that personally stopped me in the hall to apologize, give words of encouragement, and to congratulate me. I don't know that I could've felt any more supported than I did yesterday. Every single group that was there, one or more members from their show choir said at least I'm sorry to me, and that really means a lot to me. (not quite what i WANTED to hear, but ya know, it happens? )

**I didn't have a seizure, nor did I have a asthmatic panic attack, I'm not dead, nor broke any bones**

I actually dislocated my hip right after I did the splits in the Guys' feature. From there, my hip began to get damaged as I finished the show.
I went to the hospital, and the doctor/orthopedic surgeon analyzed x-rays, and saw that the Femur actually was back in place, but...

I have bleeding cartilage and ligaments that surround the joint, and a torn hamstring.

I have an appt. with the orthopedic surgeon for an MRI this coming thursday, and that will let us know the necessity for surgery/other repairing method.

Once again, I just want to thank everyone, Washington Paramedics, Washington HS Parents, and all the members of all the show choirs that stopped me. You all are wonderful people, and it was awesome to have your support. With the stellar help of painkillers, I hope this letter made sense, Haha.
Sincerely,
DiAndre' Neville




bryantsgrlno8 on Mar 11, 2007, 5:34 PM
Post #88
 
QUOTE(IowaSC @ Mar 11 2007, 07:15 AM) [snapback]393472[/snapback]
Im amazed at how well happiness inc did. They had there school shut down almost a whole week because they had to shut the power off and have only practiced twice in three weeks. Congrats to Happiness!!!



All Cedar Rapids schools were shut down for a week, including Linn-Mar, Prairie, Jefferson, Kennedy, Washington, and Xavier.


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write4voices on Mar 11, 2007, 5:29 PM
Post #87
 
QUOTE(DoughRayME @ Mar 11 2007, 10:08 AM) [snapback]393471[/snapback]
Can someone post all results including the 3A schools? Thanks


1st Place - Center Point-Urbana - Summit Street Singers
2nd Place - Williamsburg - Sound Attraction
3rd Place - La Porte City Union - Union Station
4th Place - Western Dubuque - 5th Avenue
5th Place - South Tama - Harding Street Singers


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IowaSC on Mar 11, 2007, 3:15 PM
Post #86
 
Im amazed at how well happiness inc did. They had there school shut down almost a whole week because they had to shut the power off and have only practiced twice in three weeks. Congrats to Happiness!!!

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DoughRayME on Mar 11, 2007, 3:08 PM
Post #85
 
Can someone post all results including the 3A schools? Thanks



juliofrommississippi on Mar 11, 2007, 2:29 PM (Edited)
Post #84
 
First of all, I want to say WOW! Janesville Craig was SOOOOOO good! They have come such a long way since last year. They actually looked like a show choir this year. GREAT JOB!

I was only able to make it to Mo-Show for the day rounds. From what I saw these results look correct. I sat with the judges for all the open class groups, as the judges assisstants from Momentum had to get ready to perform. I was also able to see a lot of the day round scores, and so I know how close everything was. Vocally, Linn-Mar tore things up. Kennedy completely 100% deserved the choreography award. I actually thought Davenport Central should've won Best Band. Their female soloist just had the right voice and was AWESOME so congrats to her!!!! I had an awesome time yesterday! I also want to remind everyone that the scores are averaged in night round.... so if Linn-Mar was .22 behind that really means they were 1.75 points behind (which is still really close).

Also, if we are going to include Linn-Mar's "Best Ballad" caption award, I think we should announce everyone's caption, since everyone does get one in the prelims.

Most Effective Use of Costuming- Milton
High Energy Award- Janesville Craig
Most Effective Use of Props- Cedar Rapids Kennedy
Most Original Staging- Davenport Central
Best Ballad- Linn-Mar


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goinggray on Mar 11, 2007, 1:59 PM
Post #83
 
GO HAPPINESS!!!!! When the year started, who'd have thunk it????? I can't believe the group you've become and the accomplishments you've earned through hard work. You've got an INCREDIBLE test this week at Nashville, so go down there and be ready to tear it up in PRELIMS, as well as finals. Also, great work Protege'. I heard it may have been your best show of the year!

To Milton, WOW! After a MORE than bumpy first 2 contests, you rallied and showed amazing resillience in becoming the group you aspired to be. I just wish you had 2 or 3 more contests to continue what you've been doing. GREAT GREAT JOB!!

God Bless, Damon Brown




TheKeenenWilson on Mar 11, 2007, 8:24 AM
Post #82
 
QUOTE(bryantsgrlno8 @ Mar 11 2007, 12:08 AM) [snapback]393380[/snapback]
Best female soloist was the Big Time soloist from Davenport Central.


Gina Jarrell



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