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Zakiyah Henry, 17, concentrates as she plays the vibraphone Thursday during the halftime show at the Nash Central High School football game. Band members put in many hours of practice in camps before school starts, in afternoon practices after classes resume on on their own time at home, members and directors said.
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Zakiyah Henry, 17, concentrates as she plays the vibraphone Thursday during the halftime show at the Nash Central High School football game. Band members put in many hours of practice in camps before school starts, in afternoon practices after classes resume on on their own time at home, members and directors said.

Bands strive for football season recognition

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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Most high schools have a group of students who work hard throughout the week, spending hours practicing to get ready for Friday night football.

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