They outscored us 9-2 in the first quarter, but still switched from man-to-man to a zone because they were frustrated with what we were doing. That was a big sign of respect, for them to do that against us. We knew we made a couple of mental mistakes and that we could have been in the lead at halftime. Our confidence grew a great deal.
Logistically, it keeps us in the chase to make states and win the Patriot Division. Emotionally and for our confidence, this proves we can play with everyone and beat anyone. There's no one left on our schedule that's better than Trenton. Even three or four years from now, we can bring this game up and hold it up as something you can do if you execute properly.