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Luke Bryan proves “Rain is a Good Thing” in sold out Tampa show

Luke Bryan proves “Rain is a Good Thing” in sold out Tampa show

TAYLOR JOHNSON, STAFF WRITER

October 29, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

   Soaking wet and covered with mud, country music fans flooded the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre to watch Luke Bryan’s never disappointing “That’s My Kinda Night Tour” in Tampa last Friday, September 26. Up and coming country artist, Cole Swindell, started off with a high-energy performance ...

Senior-laden Saints finish season

Senior-laden Saints finish season

NICK SMITH, STAFF WRITER

October 28, 2014


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

This season saw the Trinity Prep volleyball team go 14-11, highlighted by Katie Lowe surpassing the school’s career assists. Five seniors spearheaded the Saints’ push to an overall solid season, boasting wins over Orangewood and Florida State University High School.   To cap off their season, the Sai...

The Saints will march on

The Saints will march on

NICK SMITH, STAFF WRITER

October 23, 2014


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The atmosphere preceding Trinity’s district game against Melbourne Central Catholic (MCC) was electric. The Saints had Friday off to prepare for the Hustlers. Even on a student holiday, fans were out in force for this rivalry. Two first quarter turnovers, one returned for a touchdown, plagued the...

Ten Times Crazier Tour leaves Orlando satisfied

Ten Times Crazier Tour leaves Orlando satisfied

KENDALL ROTAR and SARINA SUTTON

October 7, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

  The night kicked off with country legend Neal McCoy entertaining the crowd at Blake Shelton on August 30th. He kicked off the concert with a different vibe, instead of performing one set, he performed throughout the “pockets” of the concert so live music was always playing.   The first offic...

Fifteen Minutes of Karmin

Fifteen Minutes of Karmin

TAYLOR JOHNSON and KENDALL ROTAR

October 6, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

   Formed just three years ago, music duo, Karmin, has had nothing but success.  With its debut album “Pulses” released earlier this spring, Karmin’s music has already been a major success in the world of pop culture.  Bringing the band lots of early recognition, its hit songs “Hello” ...

Aavni Gupta

Aavni Gupta

October 3, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

Aavni Gupta is a sophomore at Trinity Prep. She has been at Trinity since 6th grade. This is her second year being on staff. She is very excited to take on the role of Lifestyles editor this year. She is involved with the Forensics Team and Peace Jam. She enjoys watching new TV shows on Netflix and plans...

Golf team is swinging for Victor-y

Golf team is swinging for Victor-y

BRADLEY HULL, BUSINESS MANAGER

October 3, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

The Trinity Prep Girls’ Varsity Golf team is known for having one of the best teams in its respective district each year.  This past school year, Trinity Prep Athletics has acquired many new staff members, including coaches, assistants including a new Athletic Director.  One of those new coaches...

Bluth brings Brooklyn background to Athletic Department

Bluth brings Brooklyn background to Athletic Department

SCOTT STINSON, SPORTS EDITOR

October 3, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

Performers always talk about how daunting it is to follow a great act. The crowd has already been overly satisfied; there is no need to entertain any further. The same can be said for the replacement of Trinity Prep’s former Athletic Director, Kathy Finnucan, who left tough shoes to fill. Expectations...

Sleep like a beauty

Sleep like a beauty

SHEA PERERA, STAFF WRITER

October 3, 2014


Filed under FOCUS

When I was younger, I remember listening to the story of Cinderella and dreaming about being a princess–every young girl’s dream. By far, this was my favorite bedtime story, and the happy ending felt calming and relaxing right before bed. After finishing a tough day at school or work, most of...

New teachers, new spark

New teachers, new spark

ZACH WATSON and VIKAS BOMMINENI

October 3, 2014


Filed under NEWS

   The Hiking Historian    Mike Hopkins is quite a goal setter. After graduating college, Hopkins completed one of his largest life goals by hiking the entire Appalachian Trail. He completed all 2,168.1 miles of trail in only a few months. After that trek, Hopkins’ next goal is conquering his ...

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