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1991 BD is still in my opinion the greatest horn line to ever grace a football field. 

A number of times. 2015 by Cadets and 2011 by Crown most recently.

Don't know about high brass, but one year back in the 70s, Oakland Crusaders had the high percussion score in prelims - and didn't make Finals!  (no semi-finals back then, just prelims and finals)

6 minutes ago, MPutnam said:

Has it happened before?

A number of times. 2015 by Cadets and 2011 by Crown most recently.

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3 minutes ago, gbass598 said:

It's an average of 3 night so I'm sure it has happened multiple times. Crown won it in 2017. Cadets won it in 2015. Those are the 2 I got on a quick google search.

 

Crown did medal in 2017.

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Didn't BD tie for high brass in 91 and 93 while finishing fifth and fourth, respectively? Same with Scouts in 95?

BAC won guard last year with a fifth place corps finish - that was pretty rare.

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7 minutes ago, kdaddy said:

Didn't BD tie for high brass in 91 and 93 while finishing fifth and fourth, respectively? Same with Scouts in 95?

BAC won guard last year with a fifth place corps finish - that was pretty rare.

And Phantom has won percussion but been 6th or 7th if memory serves me correctly.

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9 minutes ago, kdaddy said:

Didn't BD tie for high brass in 91 and 93 while finishing fifth and fourth, respectively? Same with Scouts in 95?

BAC won guard last year with a fifth place corps finish - that was pretty rare.

1991 BD is still in my opinion the greatest horn line to ever grace a football field. 

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21 minutes ago, Musicman1084 said:

And Phantom has won percussion but been 6th or 7th if memory serves me correctly.

Indeed they won percussion as a 6th place corps in 2010. I feel it's easier for a percussion section to outperform a corps (not necessarily *win* drums, but substantially outperform). Brass seems a bit different, and guard is nutty.

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