May 5th, 2014

Trinity Notes

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Trinity Notes
The Shamrocks' Glavin Swain raced with the baton as Trinity competed in the Eastern Relays, held at U of L on Apr. 26 / photo by David Mulhall

Compiled by the ECHO Staff, Trinity High School – The ECHO staff is a member of the Billy Reed Sports Journalism Academy and provides a weekly notes column and on occasion submits features.


Trinity put three teams in the KHSAA State Bass Fishing Tournament, which was held at Kentucky Lake Apr. 25-26. Forty-three teams competed overall. Trinity's squad of Trevor Hulsey and Clay Evans finished 21st, Tanner Nettleship and Kyle Muennich placed 35th, and Garrett Morris and Will O'Rourke were 37th. Muhlenberg County High School won the tournament.


The Shamrocks were back in action April 26. Trinity lost to DeSales in five sets in a back-and-forth match. The Shamrocks then defeated St. Charles Prep in four sets. Trinity was led by seniors Jake Savage, Dane Durbin and Zach Rosenbaum.


* The Rocks notched a big district win over Seneca April 21. Trinity pounded out 13 hits, defeating the Redhawks 13-0. 

Leading the offense for Trinity was Logan Porter, who connected on a fourth-inning, three-run blast over the left-field fence to give the Rocks a commanding lead. Paxton Rousseau picked up his third win of the season as he pitched a complete game and gave up only four hits, while the defense played error-free baseball

* Trinity (11-10) downed Waggener 22-1 on April 23. Led by Tyler Neeley's three doubles, the Rocks pounded out 13 hits. Cameron Ridge, Nathan Fichter and Patrick Smith held  the Wildcats to only two hits.


* The Rocks won their final regular-season game on April 30, defeating Manual and wrapping up the No. 1 seed in the district tournament next week at Manual.

* Trinity fell to St. Xavier 16-3 on April 23.




Trinity defeated Ballard 4-1 on April18.


Trinity junior Raymond Spalding was named first-team All-State. The 6-foot-10 junior averaged 13.4 points, 10.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocks per game for the state runner-up Shamrocks. He is a top contender for 2015 Mr. Basketball honors.            

Additionally, senior Trè Ivory received an honorable mention on the All-Seventh Region team.



Monday, May 5 - Trinity vs. Atherton at Thurman Hutchins Park, 5 p.m.

Tuesday, May 6 - Trinity at Anderson County, 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 8 - Trinity vs. Lexington Catholic at Thurman Hutchins Park, 6 p.m.

Friday, May 9 - Trinity vs. Boone County at Bullitt East, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 10 - Trinity vs. St. Xavier at Bullitt East, noon; Trinity vs. Bullitt East, 5:30 p.m.


Here is how the remainder of their season can play out:

6 p.m. Thursday, May 8 - District Two Championship game at Manual. Trinity will play either Ballard or Manual.

Monday, May 12 - District Two Quarterfinal at Trinity. If Trinity wins the District Championship on Thursday at Manual

Wednesday, May 14 - Regional/State Semifinal at St. Xavier

Friday, May 16 - Championship game at St. X


Saturday, May 10 - Kentucky Youth Rugby Association State Tournament Semifinals, 9:15 a.m. 

Thursday, May 15 - Kentucky Youth Rugby Association State Tournament Final, 9:15 a.m.


Monday, May 5 - Regional Tournament at Top Gun and KCD, 4 p.m.

Saturday, May 10 - Sectional Tournament at Top Gun, 8a.m. (subject to change)

Thursday, May 15-Saturday, May 17 - State Tournament (University of Kentucky), 8 a.m.

Track & Field

Monday, May 5 - Clash of the Classes at Walden School, 5 p.m.

Tuesday, May 6 - Louisville Meet of Champions at Fern Creek, noon

Tuesday, May 13 - Regional Meet at Fern Creek, time TBA

Saturday, May 24 - State Meet at University of Louisville, time TBA  



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