coming together as a team,” said Greene, who picked up his third foul early in the third quarter and didn’t return until the fourth.
“I just tried to keep my composure, listening to my coach, and just getting back out there and not commit no more fouls and play defense for my team,” Greene added. “It’s a big accomplishment because we lost to them three years straight. I got two regionals in one year, football and basketball; that’s a big accomplishment for me and my school, and especially for my coaches.”
“Since I came in in 12, Pocomoke has always been the deciding factor of us going across the bridge and possibly winning a state championship, or waiting another nine months,” Scott said. “I said, ‘One thing that we got to our advantage is the home court; we don’t have to beat up [Route] 50.’ Mentally, that’s a lot on high school kids; it’s enough on coaches on that bus, sitting in a certain posture for almost two hours.”
The Trojans may not mind the long ride to College Park. They might even get a better bus.
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