PARIS TN: Humboldt, Nashville bands win at World's Biggest Fish Fry parade in Paris, TN

The Marching Colts of Glencliff High School from Nashville were among the out-of-town bands who performed in Friday’s World’s Biggest Fish Fry grand parade. Glencliff finished first in the senior high red class.

MELANIE HOWARD

Bands from Humboldt and Nashville were among the winners in competition during the World’s Biggest Fish Fry grand parade Friday.

In the junior high red class, Humboldt Middle School finished first.

It also won the sweepstakes award and took honors for its color guard and for drum major.

In the senior high red class, Glencliff High School from Nashville finished first. McKenzie High School was second and Riverside High School from Parsons was third.

McKenzie won the best drum major and color guard awards as well as the overall senior high sweepstakes.

In the senior high white class, Camden Central High School was first and Chester County High School was second in the competition.

There were six bands in the senior high category altogether.

Bethel University’s band also gave an exhibition performance.

The Henry County High School Marching Patriots and the Henry County Countywide Band both performed in the parade but were not eligible for the competition.

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