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DCW fan poll — Week 1

Compiled by Vince Lamb and Whitney Densmore

Publisher’s note: As in the past, votes are tallied online at dcwpoll@yahoo.com. First place votes precede point total. These polls will appear in Drum Corps World and on our Web site through the final weekend of the season.

* Division I
1. Santa Clara Vanguard, Santa Clara, CA (3) — 226
2. The Cavaliers, Rosemont, IL (4) — 222
3. Phantom Regiment, Rockford, IL (2) — 205
4. Blue Devils, Concord, CA (3) — 194
5. The Cadets, Bergenfield, NJ (1) — 171
6. Bluecoats, Canton, OH — 146
7. Glassmen, Toledo, OH — 142
8. Boston Crusaders, Boston, MA — 135
9. Madison Scouts, Madison, WI (1) — 127
10. Crossmen, Newark, DE — 110
11. Magic of Orlando, Orlando, FL — 102
12. Blue Knights, Denver, CO — 67
13. Spirit of JSU, Jacksonville, AL — 61
14. TIE — Seattle Cascades, Seattle, WA — 57
TIE — Carolina Crown, Ft. Mill, NC — 57
16. Colts, Dubuque, IA — 36
17. Troopers, Casper, WY — 27
18. Pioneer, Milwaukee, WI — 24
19. Capital Regiment, Columbus, OH — 20
20. Kiwanis Kavaliers, Kitchener, ONT — 12
21. Pacific Crest, Diamond Bar, CA — 11
22. Southwind, Lexington, KY — 9
23. Mandarins, Sacramento, CA — 5

* Division II
1. Spartans, Nashua, NH (3) — 72
2. Patriots, Rochester, NY (1) — 67
3. Jersey Surf, Berlin, NJ (1) — 65
4. Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets, Santa Clara, CA (2) — 63
5. Revolution, San Antonio, TX (1) — 62
6. East Coast Jazz, Malden, MA (1 ) — 49
7. Capital Sound, Madison, WI — 46
8. Esperanza, San Diego, CA (2) —  45
9. Impulse, Costa Mesa, CA — 38
10. Blue Devils B, Concord, CA — 33
11. Memphis Sound, Memphis, TN — 6
12. Modesto Fever, Modesto, CA — 1

* Division III
1. Raiders, Lodi, NJ (2) — 49
2. Americanos, Appleton, WI (1) — 46
3. TIE — Blue Stars, La Crosse, WI (1) — 45
TIE — Lehigh Valley Knights, Allentown, PA (1) — 45
5. Yamato, Riverside, CA/Kyoto, Japan (1) — 35
6. Cadets of New York City, New York City, NY — 27
7. Teal Sound, Jacksonville, FL — 25
8. Marion Glory Cadets, Marion, OH (1) — 24
9. Phoenix, Brick, NJ — 22
10. Scenic City, Chattanooga, TN — 21
Others receiving votes: Allegiance Elite, Bandettes, Blue Devils B, Court of Honor, Dimensions, Dutch Boy, Eclipze, Lake Erie Regiment, Quebec Alliance, Quest, Racine Scouts, San Diego Alliance, Taipei Yuehfu

* Senior corps
1. Syracuse Brigadiers, Syracuse, NY (4) — 138
2. Hawthorne Caballeros, Hawthorne, NJ (2) — 129
3. Reading Buccaneers, Reading, PA — 127
4. Bushwackers, Harrison, NJ (4) — 125
5. Minnesota Brass, St. Paul, MN (2) — 124
6. Empire Statesmen, Rochester, NY (2) — 118
7. San Francisco Renegades, San Francisco, CA (1) — 100
8. Connecticut Hurricanes, Derby, CT — 64
9. Rochester Crusaders, Rochester, NY — 43
10. New York Skyliners, Garfield, NJ — 41
11. CorpsVets of Atlanta, Atlanta, GA — 37
12. Kingston Grenadiers, Kingston, ONT — 33
13. Carolina Gold, Raleigh, NC — 15
14. TIE — River City Regiment, Sacramento, CA — 4
TIE — Kilties, Racine, WI — 4
16. Govenaires, St. Peter, MN — 1

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Drum Corps World is published as an on-line electronic magazine by Sights & Sounds, Inc., Madison, WI. It is supported by advertising from manufacturers, service providers, corps, circuits and show sponsors. The publication began in October 1971 at the same time Drum Corps International was formed and has been produced continuously as a tabloid newspaper until April 2011 and on the Internet since May 2011. It is released monthly, as well as six additional e-mail blasts, one in late June, three during July and two in August.

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