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DCI Atlantic presents division II/III show in Massachusetts

by Roland Bough, DCW staff

July 04, 2002

Corps show improvement in Normal

by Ron Baysinger, DCW staff

July 04, 2002

Cadets, Surf win divisions; Spirit defeats Crown

by William Thorpe, DCW staff

July 03, 2002

Glassmen hang on as Bluecoats sneak up

by Vince Lamb, DCW staff

See what’s in the July 12, 2002 issue of DCW!

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

Brigs open their season, easily topping Caballeros
Coverage of the June 29 show in Binghamton, NY

Clifton YEA! event has host Cadets over Blue Devils
Coverage of the June 29 show in Clifton, NJ

SCV tops Northwest, Cascades on heels of Scouts
Coverage of the June 28 show in Cheney, WA

Statesmen and cross-town rival Crusaders begin seasons
Coverage of the June 29 show in Andover, NY

Glassmen stay ahead of Canton...

July 03, 2002

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