2022 Competition Schedule


Location Group Date Download
Fishers SS, Debs February 5th Schedule
Carroll SS, Debs February 12th Schedule
Best of the Midwest All Choirs February 19th Schedule
Franklin Central JV/Varsity February 25th/26th Not Yet Available
Showcase of Champions at CGHS All Choirs March 1st Not Yet Available
Lafayette Jefferson Varsity March 5th Not Yet Available
Brownsburg All Competitive Choirs March 12th Not Yet Available
HOA Orlando Varsity March 19th Not Yet Available

BOM Trophy Sponsorships

Best of the Midwest trophy sponsorships are now available to purchase online. All sponsorships must be submitted by January 30th.

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Pre-Contest Show Tickets – Now on Sale

This year’s Pre-Contest Show, will be Wednesday, January 26th and Thursday, January 27th.

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Senior Spotlight

Each week we will be featuring a new set of senior choir members.


My name is Camryn McKenna Drane, and this is my third year in Debtones. My freshman year, I was also a member of the junior-varsity choir Accents. My parents are Kristi Drane and Shawn Drane. I have one older sister, Avery Drane, who was a four-year member of Debtones, as well.
I would first like to thank my amazing family. My parents have supported me through everything, and my sister was the person who encouraged me to join this wonderful program in the first place. My Meemaw is also one of my biggest supporters, and she has attended nearly every performance I’ve ever had. Without them, I would quite literally be nowhere. My family has been there for me from the very beginning, and I don’t know if I will ever fully be able to thank them for that.
I will forever be grateful for my time in this program. Specifically, I also want to thank my director, Mr. Norman. Without him, it is hard to say if I would have enjoyed my time in this program nearly as much as I did. Mr. Norman has made Debtones an incredible place where every girl feels safe and comfortable to be themselves. He constantly pushes us to be better than we were the week before, which is a large part of the reason why our program is as successful as it is. It is obvious that he genuinely cares for each and every one of us, and his dedication to this group is something that I will never forget.
One of my favorite memories that I have is in regards to the group’s amazing resilience during the 2020-2021 season. Wearing masks while performing was obviously not ideal for any of us, but we still managed to produce an amazing sound and perform just as powerful as ever. Prior to one of our performances, which unbeknownst to us would end up being our last, many of the girls became quarantined. Despite this devastating fact, we put on one of the best performances we ever had and ended up earning the title of Grand Champion. Mr. Norman’s mantra – “As great as we are, how can we be better?” – lives on in our minds, allowing each of us to constantly be bettering ourselves.
After high school, I plan to attend Indiana University and enter the School of Social Work. My goal is to earn my Master’s Degree in five years through the program provided. Afterwards, I hope to become a social worker in order to find placements for foster children and to foster children of my own. I cannot wait to enter this next exciting period of my life, but I will never forget the countless lessons and experiences that CG Choirs have provided me. Thank you for everything.


My name is Chloe Ruth Ferguson, and my parents are Brandyn and Tricia Ferguson. I have an older brother, Parker, who graduated from Center Grove, and I have a younger sister, Phoebe, who is following in my footsteps as an Accent this year.
I have been in choir since middle school, and I have had a different show choir experience all four years of high school. After middle school, I quit basketball and volleyball to follow in my mom’s shoes as a member in the show choir. Now, I could not be more thankful for the show choir program and the opportunities I have had in the past four years. I was in Accents my freshmen year, where I developed many friendships that I still have today. Sophomore year I was in Surround Sound. At first, I was hesitant about being in a choir without my main group of friends, however it ended up giving me many opportunities and friendships I never would have
imagined. Surround Sound was my first experience in a mixed show choir, and thinking back, I am so thankful my show choir career consisted of SuSo. If it were not for SuSo, I would not have the leadership position I do today.
My highlight of the original COVID quarantine was when I found out I made Debtones for my junior year. I will never forget the feeling I felt when I opened the audition results, seeing my name under ‘Debtones’. Ever since then, I have met many of my closest friends, I have made countless memories, and I have had a class to look forward to every other day. Our group went through countless ups and downs during my junior year, but we all persevered, which is what made our group so strong. This year, I am in my second year of Debtones, and I am honored to be a company manager of Surround Sound. Having the opportunity to be a company manager is something I will always be grateful for. It has taught me how to be a stronger leader, and it has helped me have a better understanding of what I want to do in the future.
My favorite choir memory is from last year, when we were all on the bus after competing at LC, and we found out we won grand champs. The atmosphere on both bus rides last year was so lively and fun, but the feeling when we won grand champs was like none other. I will never forget that feeling, and all the hard work paying off then and there from our complicated competition season. The week prior to that competition was when a group of our girls got
quarantined. The group of us remaining never gave up, and knowing our work did not get unnoticed was the best feeling in the world.
Along with choir, I have been freshmen orientation ambassador for two years, a senior seminar leader this year, I am in the Early College program, and I am a student leader in the Bible Club. I plan to graduate high school with my Associates Degree in General Studies, and after high school I plan to attend either The University of Alabama or Indiana University to study Communications and Marketing.
I would like to thank my parents for being so supportive over the past four years and coming to every performance. I want to thank my grandparents for the nonstop support and constant encouragement after every performance. I want to thank Mr. Norman for always pushing our group to be the best we can and for never giving up on us no matter how hard times were. Lastly, I want to thank God for allowing us to perform through all the uncertainty of the last couple years.

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