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Just like life,u gotta take the good with the bad...don't let a few bad apples get the best of you. They're haters everywhere...just the world we live in. Trenton has been successful the last few years,enjoy it,praise it,and pray it continues...they say it usually goes in cycles. With all the sucess,it can get the fan base unruly when you aren't winning state...appreciate wat and who you have! Looking forward to ya'lls trip south next year...

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Just like life,u gotta take the good with the bad...don't let a few bad apples get the best of you. They're haters everywhere...just the world we live in. Trenton has been successful the last few years,enjoy it,praise it,and pray it continues...they say it usually goes in cycles. With all the sucess,it can get the fan base unruly when you aren't winning state...appreciate wat and who you have! Looking forward to ya'lls trip south next year...

teams usally do go in cycles, hope trenton can stay competitve for a while though, they bring a lot of energy to north central and keeps north central in orlando come december, in our case the fact we have been good for so long to beat that cycle idea, its unbeilvable, hope we can finally bring home hardware in the near future

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