McKenzie High School band

McKenzie High School won the sweepstakes trophy in the band competition during today’s grand parade. The band also won first place in the red division of competition and the award for best drum major.

McKenzie High School took home the top award in the marching band competition in the World’s Biggest Fish Fry grand parade today.

The 48-member group was awarded the sweepstakes trophy for getting the highest overall score from all three band judges, the drum major judge and color guard judge.

The band also won the first-place award in the red class as well as the award for best drum major.

Camden Central High School won the first-place award in the white class as well as the award for best color guard.

Glencliff High School from Nashville was awarded the second-place award in the red class.

All the bands were in the senior high division.

The Henry County Marching Patriots and the countywide band participated in the parade but were not eligible to compete because they were host bands.

The band from Bethel University performed as an exhibition-only group.

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