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TCHS Principal Dave Roby set up a sound system from his truck to blare the audio to which the Sabers are accustomed to entering the field; sirens followed by "Light 'em up." As the boys exited the bus, high fives, loud cheers and smiles were abundant. 

"The roots are deep for Twin Cedars," Little said. "Small classes, big hearts, a lot of pride." 

Stay tuned to see how the game goes for the Sabers. A victory today takes them into the title game on Saturday. 

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