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Thank you for laying down the law Dark Sabre.
Anyways, to bring this back on topic. Im gonna go out on a limb here and say that i voted for Harriton. Like many others have said, Troy certainly has the capability of winning, but looking at the scores from each comp, I really do think Harriton can give Troy a definate run for their money. Also up there in my books is Poudre from Colorado, those guys have skill, and with their places at nats the past couple years, wouldnt be surprized to see them pull a dark horse out of the regular powerhouses.
My team..... not so much lol. We are extremely strong in our state run comp, but these powerhouses like Troy, Harriton and Grand Haven really blow us out of the water. However, we are looking forward to nats this weekend, as we have a really strong team coming this year compared to other years. At state, we got 56 points out of 8 schools, and 24 teams. Not a lot, I know. However, our A, B, and C teams swept 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectivly, and our team for nats is composed of the best of those teams. Hopefully we can give some of the schools a run for their money!
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This will be an extremely interesting Nats, fit for the 25th anniversary i think. Good luck to everyone regardless!
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