Wynnewood band and choir students participated in OSSAA District 7 solo and ensemble contests the week of Feb. 19.

They performed before adjudicators to receive ratings and for high school students, a chance at state contest.

The choir traveled to East Central University in Ada on Feb. 21.

There, soprano soloist Katie Gilley earned a “superior” rating, allowing her to perform at the state contest at Oklahoma Baptist University in April.

Soprano soloists Meghan White and Summer Jernagan received “excellent” ratings, as did the large ensemble consisting of Erica Lua, Jazzy Germany, Gilley, White, Ashleigh Lasell, Ariel Gage, Keely Frias, Kaylee Hamrick, Sabrina Huitt, Jernagan and Kylene McClendon.

Band students traveled to Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee on Feb. 25.

There, Meghan White, Kim Yates and Jennifer Kimbro earned a “superior” rating on a clarinet trio, which will send them to the state contest at Oklahoma State University in April.

Junior high students also receiving “superior” ratings included Jernagan, clarinet solo; Cami Mettry, mallet and snare solos; Huitt, snare and mallet solos; Chelsea Brown and Carli Mettry, flute duet; Huitt and Chelsey Patrom, mixed duet; Denver Daughtry and Hamrick, flute duet; and Carli Mettry, Huitt and Brown, mixed trio.

Those students earning “excellent” ratings included Carli Mettry, flute solo; Brown, flute solo; Patrom and Kaylee Smeltzer, tenor sax duet; Huitt and Hamrick, mixed duet; Cami Mettry and Huitt, percussion duet; Haylee Alexander, Kristin Hodge and Frias, percussion trio; Carli Mettry, Jernagan and Frias, mixed trio; Kole Hudson, Tanner Sims and Zachery Conyers, mixed trio; and Alexander, Hodge, Frias, Cami Mettry, Macy Dunn and Huitt, percussion sextet.

Jernagan and Brown also received a “good” rating on a woodwind duet.

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