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Cabs stop Brigs’ win streak at 46

Hawthorne Caballeros (Hawthorne, NJ)
Photo by David Rice

 

With one week to go in the 2003 Drum Corps Associates senior season, the Hawthorne Caballeros convincingly topped the Syracuse Brigadiers at the August 23 show in West Haven, CT. The Connecticut Hurricanes-sponsored event brought an end to a string of wins for the New York corps that dates back to 1999.

The 2003 DCA World Senior Championships will take place this weekend in Scranton, PA, with prelims held beginning at 10:00 AM August 30, the individual and ensemble and mini-corps show that evening, an 11-corps “Alumni Spectacular” on Sunday morning and the 12-corps finals on August 31 beginning at 6:00 PM. There are still plenty of tickets for all events and, according to local officials, hotel rooms are also still available.

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