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UPDATE: Santa Clarita Fourth of July Parade 2013 trophy winners

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Posted: July 5, 2013 9:48 a.m.
Updated: July 5, 2013 1:31 p.m.

The Prayer Angels for the Military float won the Sweestakes trophy at the 2013 Santa Clarita Valley Fourth of July Parade for its re-enactment of the raising of the flag in Iwo Jima. Photo courtesy of Laura Hauser

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Following are the trophy winners for the 2013 Santa Clarita Fourth of July Parade. Trophies can be picked up Monday through Friday at SCVTV, 22505 14th Street, Newhall. Telephone 661-251-8820.

Sweepstakes
Prayer Angeles for the Military

2013 Parade Theme
“Santa Clarita — The Winning Spirit”

Grand Equestrian
Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team

Best Decorated
Caporales San Simon

Commercial Float
1. Infinity Wealth Management
2. Sport Clips
3. Sun Power by Green Convergence

Non-commercial Float, under 17
1. SCV Boys & Girls Club Ballet Folklorico
2. Cub Scout Pack 490

Non-commercial Float, over 17
1. Prayer Angeles for the Military
2. Friends of Hart Park & Pow-Wow
3. Canyon Theatre Guild & SC Regional Theatre

Club or Fraternal Float
1. Caporales San Simon
2. Metropolitan District Elks
3. Cowboy Social Club

Commercial/Specialized Vehicle
1. Jersey Mike’s Subs
2. KHTS AM-1220 Fire Truck
3. Valencia KIA

Car or Motorcycle Club
1. San Fernando Valley Model A Club
2. SCV Antique Auto Club

Classic or Antique Auto (Single)
1. Jerry Salinas

High School Band
1. All-SCV High School Marching Band

High School Drill or Flag Team
1. Canyon High School Cheer
2. Golden Valley High School Cheer

Color Guard
1. Vietnam Veterans Lost Patrol
2. California Rangers
3. Los Angeles Commandry No. 9

Youth Group (Non-Float)
1. Gymcheer USA
2. Cub Scout Pack 40

Do-Dah Style
1. Uh-Oh Band

Mounted Group, Open
1. Blue Shadows Mounted Drill Team

Mounted Color Bearers, Open
1. California Rangers

Mounted Group, Novelty
1. Newhall Trail Riders Corral #69

Pony/Horse rider, Costume, 12 or Under
1. Hayley Romick and Tucson

 

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