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“This is really just round one as far as I’m concerned,” Hanley said. School district officials have said they had tried to settle the dispute with the Evanses and said the band has no other option but to practice on the football field. The Evanses would like to see practices take place on a lower field away from their home. The battle between the Evanses and the band has grown increasingly bitter. At one point this fall, Barbara Evans blasted her stereo system during practice in an effort to disrupt the band. The Evanses said that after their lawsuits were made public, they received several insulting telephone calls.
They also accuse some members of the band’s booster club of encouraging people not to patronize Paul Evans’ Placentia veterinary clinic.