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Cavaliers win DCI, finish season undefeated

by Daniel Buteau, DCW staff

August 16, 2002

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DCI Finals edition

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The Cavaliers sail into finals still undefeated
Coverage of the August 9 DCI Semifinals competition in Madison, WI

Magic, Revolution top strong field in DCI Division II/III Finals
Coverage of the August 7 division II/III finals competition in Madison

Cavaliers easily top DCI Quarterfinals
Coverage of the August 8 DCI Quarterfinals competition in Madison, WI

Three corps declare division I status for 2003...

August 12, 2002

DCI Quarterfinals — as it happened

by Michael Boo, DCW staff

1:42 — Well, after a couple of years of post-DCI “Not Quite As It Happens,” I’m happy to be able to have electricity to once again do this article live. This has been a most remarkable season of drum corps, and the most excited I remember being at a Drum Corps International World Championships. The competition for the last few positions in division I finals has never been tighter; so many corps seem improved over last year, and “entertainment” is high on the list. OK, so maybe everyone...

August 09, 2002

Magic remains undefeated through division II/III semifinals

by Bill Thorpe, DCW staff

Magic of Orlando, Revolution take home gold in their divisions at DCI II/III Finals

By Michael Carlson, DCW staff

August 08, 2002

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