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Incinelli Steps Up to the Plate

Incinelli Steps Up to the Plate

Matthew Halpin, Sports Editor

February 8, 2019


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   The Trinity Athletic Department has named Jared Incinelli as the next varsity baseball head coach.     When former Trinity varsity baseball head coach, Trevor Berryhill, left after the first semester to take the Athletic Director job at The Masters Academy, the Trinity Athletic Department w...

The Cost of Conformity

The Cost of Conformity

Will Langdon, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


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    Over 70 percent of Trinity students play sports on either JH, JV, or Varsity teams. Though not many would even consider costs when deciding which sport they would like to start or continue at school, it turns out that different teams have starkly different requirements for clothing and equipment. S...

Predictions for the College Football Playoff

Predictions for the College Football Playoff

Michael Hull, Drew Miller, and Ryan Zehnder

December 17, 2018


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Semifinal Game  1 Alabama Crimson Tide (13-0) vs. Oklahoma Sooners(12-1) No one has been able to stop the freight train that is Alabama so far this season, so why will this game be any different? The closest to come to stopping the Tide was Georgia, and they still came up short. While Oklahoma may h...

Piper Harris named world champion wakeboarder

Piper Harris named world champion wakeboarder

Sidney Seybold, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


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   Many young athletes dream of becoming an Olympian or world champion in a sport, but junior Piper Harris has already achieved this goal at the age of 16. She traveled to Mexico this past November to compete in the world wakeboarding championships and was named Junior Women’s World Champion and Op...

Marking the boundaries

Matthew Halpin, Sports Editor

October 29, 2018


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   Varsity letters represent commitment, dedication and perseverance. But just because an athlete expresses those qualities doesn’t necessarily mean they will receive a letter. The ultimate deciding factor?   The activity they participate in.   Trinity students are very capable when it...

Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

Will Langdon, Sports Writer

September 19, 2018


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   Everyone loves a good tradition. They bring us together, whether it’s an annual tradition, like watching football and eating turkey on Thanksgiving, or a daily tradition, like parking next to your friends in senior parking. Many family traditions revolve around places, such as going skiing on...

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


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   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


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   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


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   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...

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