Congratulations to the J.I. Case High School Eagles choir! They scored top marks Saturday at the annual Wisconsin State Music Association’s state competition.

Held at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, choirs who scored high enough at their regional competitions in March and April sang again for judges in the state competition.

Camryn Jean Amos, a sophomore who sings soprano, said she loves being in choir because of all the different places the group sings, including a recent trip to New York, NY.

“the thing I like most about being in choir would have to be getting to sing all the time all over the place and the amazing people I’m surrounded by,” she said.

The Eagles choir is directed by Elizabeth Stege.

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