The steady progress of the competitive cheer team the past few seasons led to the squad’s first-ever trip to the state finals.
April 11, 2014By Brian Rzeppa     “History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.”     This quote by B.C. Forbes (the founder of Forbes Magazine) really epitomizes the past few years of competition for the Trenton High School varsity
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Taylor Huddleston
April 11, 2014March was so exciting for the whole senior class.     First of all, the Varsity Hockey Team, Boys’ Swim Team, Varsity Competitive Cheer team and the Girls’ Varsity figure skating team all competed at states and did a phenomenal job.     The DECA club also competed at states this weekend. Also, many of us seniors
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mike doyle
April 11, 2014By Dr. Michael Doyle     For the Class of 2014, Trenton High School will be recognizing students as we did in 2013 for graduation. The goal should be to recognize as many people as possible at graduation for academic excellence.      Members of the class of 2014 will be recognized in the Graduation Ceremony in
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Lindsey Haskin (left) will be on hand for the screening of his documentary, “Freshwater Seas: The Great Lakes,” this month at Trenton Village Theatre.
April 11, 2014Earth Day will be observed Tuesday, April 22, and at 7 p.m. that day the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, International Wildlife Refuge Alliance and Downriver Youth Performing Arts Center will host a free screening of the Great Lakes documentary, “Freshwater Seas: The Great Lakes” at the Trenton Village Theatre, 2447 West Jefferson Ave.    
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Jeff Lorber returns to the Trenton Village Theatre as part of a concert being planned by Alexander Zonjic for Easter Sunday.
April 11, 2014Nationally known jazz flutist Alexander Zonjic and his band will perform with special guests, jazz greats, Jeff Lorber on the keyboards and Chuck Loeb on the guitar for an Easter Celebration of Jazz at the landmark Trenton Village Theatre, Sunday, April 20. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.     Award-winning flutist Alexander Zonjic is a
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Cheer team concludes best season

The steady progress of the competitive cheer team the past few seasons led to the squad’s first-ever trip to the state finals.

The steady progress of the competitive cheer team the past few seasons led to the squad’s first-ever trip to the state finals.

By Brian Rzeppa

    “History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.”

    This quote by B.C. Forbes (the founder of Forbes Magazine) really epitomizes the past few years of competition for the Trenton High School varsity cheerleading team.

    “If you had told me during my freshman year that we would be competing at states in my senior year, I would have laughed,” said Sydney Perkins, one of the leaders of this Trenton team.    They did end up doing just that, though, placing eighth at the Division 2 State Finals for competitive cheer in Grand Rapids — just a couple of years after a sustained period of struggling. 

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Taylor Huddleston: Students had a lot to cheer about

Taylor HuddlestonMarch was so exciting for the whole senior class.

    First of all, the Varsity Hockey Team, Boys’ Swim Team, Varsity Competitive Cheer team and the Girls’ Varsity figure skating team all competed at states and did a phenomenal job.

    The DECA club also competed at states this weekend. Also, many of us seniors are planning our college orientations, finding out how we’re paying for college and putting our deposits down for our room and board.

    The boys’ varsity hockey team competed at states at Compuware arena in Plymouth against Hartland. They ended up winning 8-3. Senior Andrew Sawyer was named Warrior Sports’ 2014 High School Hockey Player of the Year. All of the boys on the team put in hard work all season to earn this win.  I am very proud of my fellow classmates on the hockey team.

    The girls’ varsity competitive cheer team also made it to states. They placed eighth in the state. That is such a great accomplishment.  The varsity figure skating team and the boys’ swim team also deserve to be recognized for their hard work as well. What a great month to be a Trojan.

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