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Posted by Tom on 2014/8/13 9:08:56 (107 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton High School volleyball team will be young in 2014, but could have as much on-the-floor talent as any team in the history of the program.
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Entering his third season as Lady Bulldog head coach, Brett Ewald has seen a strong group of middle school and junior high players grow up into a group challenging for playing time at the varsity level. In the last couple of years, Trenton has shown more competitiveness on the floor, but struggled with the minor side of the game at times. Coach Ewald said that "mental focus" should be improved in 2014:

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Expectations around the Bulldog program are to make a big step in winning this fall:

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After the first afternoon of practice (August 6th), Ewald gave the girls an assignment, requesting that they write down their goals, both individual and team, for the upcoming campaign:

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The hopes of the successful season for Trenton could rely heavily on a four-game homestand to open the season. THS will host Cameron on August 25th, Lawson the following night, Chillicothe on August 28th, and Plattsburg on September 2nd. The first road match for the Lady Bulldogs will be at Carrollton on September 4th.

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