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MS Girl Tackles Stereotypes

MS Girl Tackles Stereotypes

Matthew Halpin, Staff Writer

October 5, 2017


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  With five seconds to go, the Saints are down by four. The quarterback takes the snap and launches the ball deep downfield to a wide open receiver. It’s caught in the endzone for a touchdown. The receiver turns and smiles, as she’s mobbed by her teammates.   Eighth grader Grace Wheeler plays on th...

Saints’ swimmers strive for success

Saints’ swimmers strive for success

MICHAEL HULL, SPORTS EDITOR

October 5, 2017


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  “Success isn't owned. It's leased, and rent is due every day.” This quotation from Houston Texans all-star defender J.J. Watt describes every athlete’s drive for greatness. For some, all the work and dedication that goes into a sport is too much to bear. For others, it fuels them to go far...

A step forward for John Michael Night

A step forward for John Michael Night

Drew Miller, Fact Checker

October 5, 2017


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   Many associate December with final exams and Christmas break; however, those in the Trinity community will never forget this time. The month of December 2015 changed Trinity forever, as beloved senior and lacrosse star John Michael Night suffered a debilitating stroke. The Trinity world was turned up...

Middle schooler smashes a spot on the varsity team

Middle schooler smashes a spot on the varsity team

ALYSIA GARCIA, MS STAFF WRITER

August 18, 2017


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Middle school student Catherine Pattillo steps up to the tennis courts, ready to play a match against one of her upper school teammates. This may seem intimidating for many, but for Pattillo, this is just another day at practice. Catherine is an 8th grader, who is a part of the varsity tennis team....

MS teams spring to victory

ANDREW BACHRACH, MS STAFF WRITER

August 18, 2017


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MS boys’ tennis rallies to victory Despite having only two returning players, boys’ middle school tennis achieved an impressive 5-3 record and took third place at the Greater Orlando Athletic Conference championship tournament. The Saints have been dominant since the tournament’s inception in 200...

Ahl In The Family

Rory Dix, MS Staff Writer

August 18, 2017


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Playing professional sports is one of the the biggest dreams a kid could ever imagine. According to the NCAA, only 1.4% of people actually make it to the professional level.   However, 8th grader Charles Ahl hopes to defy such odds. Having played since he was 3, Charles said soccer always came...

Before their time: Middle school athletes vie for varsity

Before their time: Middle school athletes vie for varsity

JEFFREY HILL, MS STAFF WRITER

August 18, 2017


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It’s a sprint to the finish. The crowd’s cheering. The clock’s ticking. The high school athletes are finishing., but there’s a shorter figure among them. It’s 8th grader Orlando Cicilioni darting to the finish just as quickly as the others. Cicilioni is one of many middle school athletes...

The jury is in on jerseys

ANDREW MILLER, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2017


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BEST: JM Strong Baseball     Last school year tragedy struck the Trinity family. Beloved senior John Michael Night suffered a devastating brainstem stroke that left our whole community reeling. In the past year, there have been many efforts to honor John Michael, including one made by Trinity’...

Lions make a roar in the Orlando community

Lions make a roar in the Orlando community

MICHAEL HULL, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2017


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On March 8, 2015, the Orlando City Lions took on New York City Football Club in what was the Lions first game as a major league soccer (MLS) franchise. More than 60,000 fans packed the Citrus Bowl to watch the team play. Alongside the Orlando Magic, the Lions became the city’s second major professional...

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