April 19th, 2013

Trinity Notes

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Trinity Notes
Goalie Cody Tranbarger (20) guards the net / file photo by Conor Revell


Compiled by Jake Smith, ECHO Staff Reporter, Trinity High School – the writer is a member of the Billy Reed Academy.

 Lacrosse: Trinity fell to St. Xavier  15-6 April 10, but the real winner was organ donor awareness. The game was unique because of several facets that have helped raise awareness for organ donation and the Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates.

The Rocks defeated Liberty-Oletangy (Ohio) 12-2.

Trinity senior Cody Tranbarger committed to Amherst College in Massachusetts. He will receive academic scholarships to Amherst, an NCAA Division III school in lacrosse.

Powerlifting: Connor Kronk broke the incline press record in the 235-pound weight class. The old record of 290 pounds stood for 10 years and was easily broken with a press of 300.

Track and field: The Rocks finished fourth in the Harry Greschel Invitational on March 23 at Christian Academy.

Tennis: Trinity defeated Christian Academy 4-1 on April 9. 

Baseball: Trinity and St. Xavier met at Louisville Slugger Field on Monday night. In a pitchers’ duel between St. X's Sam Melchior and Trinity's Yancey Pirtchett, the Tigers downed the Rocks 2-0. Trinity defeated Franklin County 21-1 April 9.

Basketball: Trinity standout Miles Rice, a 6-foot guard who averaged 8.5 points last season, announced a verbal commitment to Campbellsville University. He joins Trinity forward DeMarcus Page, who signed with Campbellsville in the fall.

Hicks to play in Ohio-Kentucky All-Star Game

Trinity senior Darryl Hicks was one of several players from the Louisville selected for Kentucky’s All-Star team for the 22nd annual Ohio-Kentucky All-Star basketball game. Hicks will play basketball for Boston College next year.

INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL

Intramural volleyball:  Mason’s team took on a scrappy Huetz team on Monday. After losing the first game 13-25, Huetz’s team rallied and appeared to be controlling the second game until  Mason’s team pulled together and won 27-25. So Mason’s team advances against Anderson’s team. In the second match, Smith’s team and Nalley’s team were neck and neck through both games, but Smith’s team pulled ahead and took both games. Old School prevailed over Zarick’s team, thanks to great team play and a very boisterous Mr. Keith Rapp. These two victors will square off, so that’s Smith’s team and Old School. In the freshman/sophomore division, Wilson’s team defeated Dyar’s team and advances to the final against Shellenberg’s team.

Ultimate Frisbee: In the Senior Division: O’Daniel defeated Martin, Senn 4, Wileman 3; Whitehead 7, Berger 5; Goranflo 7, Abend 5.

In the Junior Division of Ultimate Frisbee: Ullum defeated Smith, Mattingly 4, Ullum 1; Mattingly 7, Fahy 4; Fahy 5, Edlin 1 and Edlin defeated Nalley; Graham 7, Miozza 0.

In the Sophomore Division: Mattingly 6, Goranflo 5; Inman defeated Rice; Larch 6, Sanchez Villa 3.

In the Freshman Division: Barnett 3, Borden 2; Williams 6, Sommers 5.

Upcoming in Trinity Athletics

 

Baseball: Friday – Trinity at Dixie Heights, 6 p.m.

Saturday – Trinity vs. Danville at Dixie Heights, 12:15 p.m.; vs. Newport Central Catholic at Dixie Heights, 2:30 p.m.

Monday – East Jessamine vs. Trinity at Thurman-Hutchins Park, 6:30 p.m.

Lacrosse: Friday – Trinity at Turpin (Ohio), 7:30 p.m. Wednesday – Ballard at Trinity, 7:30 p.m.

Tennis: Friday – Kentucky Invitational at Top Gun, 8 a.m. Tuesday – South Oldham vs. Trinity at Top Gun, 4:30 p.m.

 

 

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