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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 [20]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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