McCann wins Balmoral Classic

Published: December 5, 2013
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Pittsburgh –November 9, 2013 – Scott McCann, Staunton, Illinois, was the overall winner of the seventh annual Balmoral Classic, which incorporates the United States Junior Solo Highland Piping Championship.

Piobaireachd
1st Christian Haars, Bayville, New Jersey
2nd Scott McCann
3rd Chandler Sievewright, Hales Corners, Wisconsin
4th Tyler Johnson, Farmington Hills, Michigan
5th Colin Tait, Milford, Michigan

MSR
1st Scott McCann
2nd Tyler Johnson, Farmington Hills, Michigan
3rd Colin Tait, Milford, Michigan
4th William Shropshire, Rockville, Maryland
5th Christian Haars, Bayville, New Jersey

Also competing but not in the prizes were Maeghan Bielski, Middleboro, Massachusetts; Thomas Cangelosi,  Rockaway, New Jersey; Dylan Chrismer, Alta Loma, California: Anya Glover,  Glendora, California; and Christian Harr,  Bayville, New Jersey.

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