2022 WBA Class & Grand Championships - 1A/2A/3A

Chino Hills HS & Trabuco Hills HS Take Home WBA Grand Championship Hardware

Chino Hills HS & Trabuco Hills HS Take Home WBA Grand Championship Hardware

On the final weekend of 2022 WBA competition, Chino Hills High School and Trabuco Hills High School take home top honors in their class finales

Nov 21, 2022 by Natalie Shelton
Chino Hills HS & Trabuco Hills HS Take Home WBA Grand Championship Hardware

And just like that, the Fall marching band season is over.

On the final weekend of 2022 WBA competition, two class championships and two grand championships competitions took place. Saturday saw more than 30 ensembles across the 1A, 2A, and 3A classes take the field in Ontario, Canada, and battle for top honors in their respective classes. 

At the end of Saturday's 1A/2A/3A Class Championships, The King's Academy topped Class 1A, while El Toro High School claimed gold in Class 2A, and Trabuco Hills High School nabbed Class 3A honors. 

In 4A/5A Class Championship competition, Gahr High School topped the Class 4A table while Chino Hills High School muscled out a first-place finish in Class 5A.

Sunday saw fierce competition in the two WBA Grand Championship competitions, highlighted by season-high scores and slim margins.

In Class 1A/2A/3A Grand Championships competition, Trabuco Hills claimed victory, with a score of 93.900, sliding past second-place Fountain Valley High School which kept it close with a 93.075. The King's Academy claimed third place with a score of 89.225. 

1A/2A/3A WBA Grand Championships (Sunday)

Combined 1A/2A/3A
1Trabuco Hills High School93.900
2Fountain Valley High School93.075
3The King's Academy89.225
4Santa Teresa High School88.500
5Damien High School88.225
6Carlsbad High School87.350
7Oak Grove High School87.125
8El Toro High School86.625
9Clovis West High School86.175
10Live Oak High School85.938
11Independence High School85.600
12Rowland High School85.500
13Modesto City Marching Brigade 82.138
14Los Alamitos High School81.425
15Madera High School80.775
16Murrieta Valley High School79.713
17Chaffey High School78.950
18Don Antonio Lugo High School77.925
19Sobrato High School77.150
20Bloomington High School74.025

Finally, in the 4A/5A WBA Grand Championships, top honors were bestowed to some of California's finest. 

Chino Hills High School had a decisive first-place finish, scoring a 96.525, edging out Vista Murrieta High School which took home second place with a score of 95.550. James Logan High School claimed third place with a score of 94.187, while Ayala High School took home fourth place with a 92.475.

4A/5A WBA Grand Championships (Sunday)

Combined 4A/5A
1Chino Hills High School96.525
2Vista Murrieta High School95.550
3James Logan High School94.187
4Ayala High School92.475
5Homestead High School91.375
6Gahr High School90.963
7Upland High School89.163
8Clovis High School89.038
9Amador Valley High School88.975
10Clovis East High School87.663
11Cupertino High School85.200
12Granite Bay High School83.550
13Rancho Verde High School82.025
14Redwood High School81.638
15Kingsburg High School81.050
16Mission Hills High School80.300
17Mira Costa High School79.050
17La Cañada High School79.050
19Damonte Ranch High School77.525
20Milpitas High School76.650