2012 WGI Winners

This year’s WGI champions included a few newcomers and many old favorites, fitting for the celebration of the organization’s 35th anniversary. Some groups won by very slim margins while others raced far ahead of the pack. New aspects of WGI this year included lighting and multimedia videos for the percussion groups though few of the winners delved into that arena.

Photos by Ken Martinson/Marching.com and Sid and Linda Unser
Courtesy of Marching.com and WGI Sport of the Arts

World Class Champions
(from left to right in photo)

Guard Scholastic World: Flanagan HS from Pembroke Pines, Fla.; score of 95.65
Guard Independent World: Onyx from Dayton, Ohio; score of 98.75
Percussion Scholastic World: Chino Hills (Calif.) HS; score of 96.875
Percussion Independent World: Riverside (Calif.) Community College (RCC); score of 97.088

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Open Class Champions

Guard Scholastic Open: Freedom HS from Orlando, Fla.; score of 95.35
Guard Independent Open: O2 from Dayton, Ohio; score of 95.15
Percussion Scholastic Open: South Hills HS from West Covina, Calif.; score of 97.413
Percussion Independent Open: George Mason University from Fairfax, Va.; score of 94.900

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A Class Champions

Guard Scholastic A: Somerville (N.J.) HS; score of 97.15
Guard Independent A: Impact Independent from Northern, Va.; score of 96.05
Percussion Scholastic A: Lebanon (Ohio) HS; score of 96.125
Percussion Independent A: Spirit of America from Orleans, Mass.; score of 95.975

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