Oct 26, 2012 - StaffThe Riverton High School marching band assembled at the base of the new flag pole at Wolverine Field before performing their state competition routine. The Marching Wolverines extended their top-flight record at the Wyoming State Marching Festival in Casper this month, earning second place. Riverton was one of six bands in the 17-school field to earn a rating of 1-Superior from judges and also received two "caption" awards for the individual performance elements of brass and drum major. Only Cheyenne East, with 1-Superior and three captions, posted a better score than Riverton's. Aric Hageman is the RHS director of bands. Lander Valley High School also competed, earning a 2-Excellent rating.
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