Southmoore High School was the top Central Oklahoma band finishing in the 2014 Oklahoma Bandmasters Association state championships this weekend.
The Southmoore Sabercat Band took fifth with 85.25 points.
The OBA championships for 6A1 and 6A2 took place November 1 at Broken Arrow High School.
Green Country schools swept the competition with Broken Arrow High School finishing in first place followed by Union in second. Owasso took third place, and Jenks High School marching band finished in fourth.
Mustang High School took sixth place honors followed by Edmond Memorial High School in eighth.
The Pride of Broken Arrow, directed by Darrin Davis, took outstanding music performance, outstanding visual performance and outstanding general performance.
94.35 - Broken Arrow High School
90.60 - Union High School
90.50 - Owasso High School
87.15 - Jenks High School.
85.25 - Southmoore High School
84.45 - Mustang High School
80.10 - Bixby High School
79.25 - Edmond Memorial High School
76.20 - Choctaw High School
73.30 - Yukon High School
71.80 - Edmond Santa Fe High School
71.50 - Putnam City North High School