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‘Frameworks’ earns Cavies another win

by Van Williams, DCW staff

July 18, 2002

Cavs, Blue Stars, MBI win DCM Finals, PR nips Glassmen

by Cozy Baker, DCW staff

July 16, 2002

Capital Regiment takes division II title at DCM

by Ron Baysinger, DCW staff

Blue Devils dominate West Coast

By Michael Carlson, DCW staff

July 11, 2002

See what’s in the July 19, 2002 issue of DCW!

2002 Contest Schedule
Find out when your favorite corps will be in your area!

Blue Devils return to West and top SCV
Coverage of the July 6 show in Hayward, CA

Brigs keep undefeated streak going at Hershey Invite
Coverage of the July 6 show in Hershey, PA

Cavies hold to domination of Midwest
Coverage of the July 6 show in Michigan City, IN

Cadets, Magic on top; Bluecoats over Boston in Hershey
Coverage of the July 6 show in Hershey, PA

Magic of Orlando tops field a Nashua...

July 11, 2002

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