January 17th, 2014

Trinity Notes

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Trinity Notes
Raymond Spalding / photo by sophomore Forde Womack

Compiled by Jake Smith, ECHO Editor in Chief, Trinity High School – the writer is a member of the Billy Reed Sports Journalism Academy and on occasion will be asked to write a notes column, feature, or game story.

Basketball

 

* The Shamrocks defeated rival St. Xavier at Freedom Hall 64-56 in front of an estimated 7,000 fans.  Trey Ivory scored 24 points and Ray Spalding added 17 points and 15 rebounds as the Rocks used a 17-0 run in the third quarter to pull away. 

Craig Owens and Michael Stafford also played important roles as Trinity defeated the Tigers for the eighth time in nine games.  

Ivory said, "It was a big win against a big-time rival. It was definitely a special moment."

* Trinity defeated Muhlenberg County 55-34 in the 1st Security Bank of Kentucky New Year's Bash. Ivory had 18 points and four steals, and Spalding had six points and six rebounds for the top-five-ranked Rocks (10-2).

 

* The freshman team ran its record to 11-2 this past Friday with a victory over St. X.  Jacob King’s 14 points and David Burton’s 10 helped the Rocks cruise to a 42-30 victory.  Lukas Burkman, Brendan King and the Smith twins all contributed as well as the Rocks raced out to early leads and kept the Tigers at bay. 

The JV sqaud put forth a solid effort but ultimately fell to the Tigers 50-40.  Sophomores Isiah Knight and Nathan Rose led the way for the Rocks as Christian Terry, Burton and Jacob King also played well. 

 

Bowling

 

* The  Rocks defeated Ballard 5-2 on Jan. 14. After being tied 2-2, the Bruins swept both Baker games and the series point to take the win. In the 200 Club for the Rocks were Elijah Donohue (232, 204), Conor Minogue (225), Justin Wiech (216) and Ken Lucas (201). 

* Trinity was seeded second in the opening round of the Pleasure Ridge Park Invitational but came out the winner.  Quintin Wright (245), Minogue (234) and Brian Toth (221) led the way.

The Rocks defeated Fern Creek and St. X to roll into the winners' bracket final against No. 1-seed Bullitt Central. The Rocks ran into a buzz saw and dropped to the losers' bracket by scores of 233-177 and 214-173.  The Rocks then defeated host PRP to get into the final match against Bullitt Central. The Rocks needed to beat Bullitt Central two of three games twice to win.

The Rocks defeated the Cougars 210-173 and 225-198 to set up the championship. The Rocks bested them again, 224-191 and 176-165, to take home the first-place trophy.  

Ice hockey

 

* The Rocks blanked St. X 12-0. Goals were scored by Ryan Cywinski, Parker Robinson, Ryan Gustafson, Taylor Burdorf, Ramsey Mayne, Nick Mueller, Reed Campana, Aydin Mete, and Calvin Todd.  

 

Football

* Trinity senior quarterback Reggie Bonnafon earned honorable mention on the Associated Press Kentucky High School All-State Team, as selected by 15 media representatives from across the state.

Upcoming in Trinity athletics

Basketball

Jan. 13-18 - Louisville Invitational Tournament at Valley, times TBA

Tuesday, Jan. 21 - Atherton at Trinity, 7:30 p.m.

Ice hockey

Friday, Jan. 17 - Trinity vs. Paul Dunbar (Lexington) at Iceland, 7 p.m.

Jan. 18-20 - Hignite Memorial Cup Tournament at Kettering Ice Arena

Swimming & Diving

Saturday, Jan. 18 - Lexington Diving Invitational at University of Kentucky, 1 p.m.

Rock the Block swim meet at University of Louisville, 4 p.m.

Wrestling

Saturday, Jan. 18 - Sectional Duals at Eastern, 9 a.m.

Saturday, Jan. 25 - Dragon Invitational at South Oldham, 10 a.m.

 

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