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The 411: Youth

FMS band members make South Texas Honor Band

FMS band members make South Texas Honor Band
Members of the Floresville Middle School Band are all smiles after being chosen to represent FMS in the 2012 South Texas Honor Band.

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On Dec. 1, students from the Floresville Middle School (FMS) Band auditioned for the South Texas Honor Band. Forty-seven students were chosen from more than 400 band students from 10 area middle schools. The following students will represent FMS in the 2012 South Texas Honor Band:

Flute: Alex Palacios, Zoey Wiatrek, Alyssa Flores, Gena Munoz, Ainsley Brick, Erica Campos, and Lindsey Miller

Oboe: Mackenzie Foster

Clarinet: Emily Zidek, Briana Machado, Yvette Machado, Harley Canales, Cathy Martinez, Donna Fleming, Mary Lewis, and Kaylee Bostater

Bass Clarinet: Chrystabel Reynero and Nathaniel Bell

Alto Saxophone: Kolten Bippert, Guillermo Garcia, Miranda Garcia, and Noah Meier

Baritone Saxophone: Daisy Perez

Trumpet: Daniera Mendoza and Justin Sloan

French Horn: Emily Mann, Tori Gardner, Tres Hinojosa, Faith Dunn, Tori Carter, Sarah Coldewey, and Sophia Santos

Trombone: Tim Davis, Isabela Salazar, Eli Gamez, Jeffrey Angel, Bethany Bayer, Callie Czaja, Kinsey Davenport, and Abraham Wood

Euphonium: Austin Littlefield and Kyle Dawson

Tuba: Erica DeFee, Blade McConnell, and Zed Wolf

Percussion: Spencer Leal and Matthew Pettit

The following students were the overall first chair in the region: Alex Palacios, flute; MacKenzie Foster, oboe; Emily Zidek, clarinet; Crystalbel Reynero, bass clarinet; and Kolten Bippert, alto saxophone.

Congratulations to all of these excellent musicians!

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