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Lincoln-Sudbury Singing Group Thrives in International Championship

Lincoln-Sudbury was the only student-led group during the competition.

Accent A Cappella awaits the judges' decision. (Courtesy Photo)
Accent A Cappella awaits the judges' decision. (Courtesy Photo)
A group of Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School students showed off their skills during a recent competition, taking home honors during the event.

Accent A Cappella was the only student-led singing group as they qualified for the International Championship of High School A Capella and performed during the Northeast Semifinal Competition.

The competition took place on Saturday, March 1, and was hosted by Plymouth High School.

Lincoln-Sudbury's Grant Sorbo received an award for the Best Musical Arrangement during the competition.

Accent A Cappella members include Rebecca Kline, Katie Baldwin, Sam Termine, Kenter Davies, Patrick McGrath, Ana Shaughnessy, Lauren Weintraub, Hannah Weiss, Nick Smith, Alex Globerson, Adam Thompson, Monica Driscoll, Brian Lynch, Maddy Kline, Grant Sorbo, Sara Kimble, Dan Beckham and Sammi Reinstein.
John Doe March 06, 2014 at 04:31 PM
This is false. Lincoln-Sudbury was one of TWO student run groups, the other being Newton South's Newtones.

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