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Photo Gallery: North Allegheny marching band performs

| Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
North Allegheny Intermediate High School freshman Julia Gibbs plays the xylophone Sept. 14, 2013, during the Allegheny Valley Marching Band Festival, which was hosted as part of the 53rd annual North HIlls Marching Band Festival at Martorelli Stadium in West View.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
North Allegheny Intermediate High School freshman Matt Guzzardi plays the trumpet Sept. 14, 2013, during the Allegheny Valley Marching Band Festival, which was hosted as part of the 53rd annual North HIlls Marching Band Festival at Martorelli Stadium in West View.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
North Allegheny Senior High School junior Monica Bollinger performs with the NA dance team Sept. 14, 2013, during the Allegheny Valley Marching Band Festival, which was hosted as part of the 53rd annual North HIlls Marching Band Festival at Martorelli Stadium in West View.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
North Allegheny sophomore Yanqingyan Sun (front) and junior Anthony Caputo play the trumpet Sept. 14, 2013, during the Allegheny Valley Marching Band Festival, which was hosted as part of the 53rd annual North HIlls Marching Band Festival at Martorelli Stadium in West View.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
North Allegheny Intermediate High School freshman Mary Grace Antonich plays the alto saxophone Sept. 14, 2013, during the Allegheny Valley Marching Band Festival, which was hosted as part of the 53rd annual North HIlls Marching Band Festival at Martorelli Stadium in West View.

North Allegheny's marching band performed Sept. 14 during the Allegheny Valley Marching Band Festival, which was hosted as part of the 53rd annual North Hills Marching Band Festival at Martorelli Stadium in West View.

It was one of several bands from local high schools participating in the event.

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