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Balancing act: students juggle performance on and off field

Balancing act: students juggle performance on and off field

Ryan Zehnder, Staff Writer

September 11, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

   Varsity football player Collin Swan steps onto the field. The roar of the crowd is deafening. The junior kicker looks up and sees the bright lights illuminating the grass as he trots towards his teammates. His hardest and only task is before him; he stares down the middle of the two 20-foot yello...

The revolving door: addressing frequent coaching changes on campus

The revolving door:  addressing frequent coaching changes on campus

ZOE MYERS-BOCHNER, LAYOUT EDITOR

May 1, 2018


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

   Many high school athletes enjoy a stable coaching staff, forging bonds with their coaches and teammates over the course of four years. However, this is not always the case. Some Trinity athletes, including senior basketball player Sophia Cheros, have played under a different head coach every year of...

LAX Team Scores a New Coach

LAX Team Scores a New Coach

Matthew Halpin, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

   In an attempt to try to revamp the lacrosse program, Trinity Prep has hired Marty Schriefer as its next head varsity coach. The program has gone through four head coaches in four years and is in need of a consistent coach. They have found exactly that in Schriefer.    Schriefer has been play...

March Madness sleeper teams

March Madness sleeper teams

Drew Miller, FACT CHECKER

March 15, 2018


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 After a year of mediocre football, boring baseball and plain basketball, it is finally here. The moment that all sports fans, all casual observers and practically the whole population (besides maybe employers) has all been waiting for is here; it’s March Madness time.   After the selection sh...

Langdon, Kienle ready to usher in new athletic era

Langdon, Kienle ready to usher in new athletic era

Michael Hull, Sports Editor

March 8, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

The Trinity Prep athletic department has been in a transition phase ever since former Athletic Director Kathy Finucan left the school in 2014. She had been the AD for more than a decade and had helped develop and expand the athletic department. Since her departure, many programs have been through multiple...

The rush to be recruited

The rush to be recruited

MICHAEL HULL, SPORTS EDITOR

February 8, 2018


Filed under SPORTS

As soon as a student starts at Trinity, the pressure of college is almost immediately felt. As 6th graders, they see their big brothers and sisters graduating and going all over the country to different schools. Throughout middle school, teachers are constantly preparing you for how it is going to be...

Super Bowl LII Predictions

Super Bowl LII Predictions

Michael Hull and Matthew Halpin

February 4, 2018


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  The Super Bowl is like Christmas for football fans. There are hundreds of events during the week leading up to the biggest game of the year. The Super Bowl brings in millions of dollars for the NFL, and this year the two teams playing of two of the best fan bases in the game. The New England Pa...

UCF: Orlando’s Hometown Team?

UCF: Orlando’s Hometown Team?

Lily Israel, Managing Editor

December 14, 2017


Filed under SPORTS

If you ask someone in Orlando which college football team they root for, most would expect to hear either “UF” or “FSU.” Even though we live more than two hours away from each of these schools, it is still the default answer. Now I have no problem with loyal Gator and Seminole alumna supporting...

Form follows function: The effects differing body types have on student athletes

MATTHEW HALPIN, STAFF WRITER

December 8, 2017


Filed under SPORTS, Uncategorized

   In the sports world, the majority of athletes fit the stereotypical body type. Basketball players are tall, football players are big and soccer players are somewhere in between. However, there’s always the short Muggsy Bogues of basketball or the Darren Sproles of the NFL who defy these stereotypes...

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