Students Selected for County, State Band

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Several Milford High School band students selected to perform with the Kent County Senior Honor band.

(from left) Benjamin Sobota, trombone; Aaliyah Neal, clarinet; Alex Palmer, alto saxophone
Nicholas Mentzer, trumpet; Samuel Rauch, bassoon; Ryan Frost, horn; Shannon Wilt, Oboe; Nicholas Del Rossi, tenor sax; Sophia Williams, trombone; Christopher Lankford, percussion; Stephen Layton, percussion.

Two Milford High School band students have been selected to the Delaware All-State Junior Band. Both will represent Milford High School at the All-State Band concert on March 29th. Stephen Layton, 1st chair percussion; Nicholas Del Rossi, 2nd chair tenor sax.

Three Milford High School band members have been selected to the Delaware All-State Senior band. They will represent Milford High School at the orchestra concert on March 16th as well as the All-State Band concert on March 29th at Caesar Rodney High School. Chris Lankford, 1st chair percussion; Samuel Rauch, 2nd chair bassoon;Nicholas Mentzer, 3rd chair trumpet.

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