May 7th, 2013

Trinity Notes

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Trinity Notes
May makes a pitch against Woodford County / photo by Conor Revell

This article is by Jake Smith, ECHO Staff Reporter, the writer is a member of the Billy Reed Sports Journalism Academy and a contributing writer to the Louisville Catholic Sports Network. 

Volleyball - Rocks capture state championship

The Trinity volleyball team captured the state tournament this past weekend.
The team swept St. Henry and Covington Holy Cross in straight sets, setting up a rematch with St. Xavier. 

The Rocks played extremely well, downing the Tigers 25-15, 25-18.Trinity was led by strong performances from seniors Hayden Keller, T.J. Colley, Jack Meyer, Patrick Miles, Jared Taylor and Will Steer.  

Fishing - Rocks best from Louisville in state championship

The Rocks fielded three teams in the KHSAA state competition, with Andrew Mitchell and Will O’Rourke finishing 16 at 21-12. This was the best finish by a Louisville team. 
Trevor Hulsey and Brendan Christ placed 23rd (15-10), and Tanner Nettleship and Kyle Muennich were 37th (8-1).  Trinity’s head coach is Mr. Mike Chancellor.

Basketball - Rice signs national letter of intent

Trinity senior Miles Rice signed a national letter of intent today to play basketball at Campbellsville University.A four-year varsity player, Rice averaged 8.5 points and 3.4 rebounds his senior year for Trinity (28-6).

“Miles has been a player that has always been willing to do whatever was needed to help the team win,” Szabo said. “He has played multiple positions and has been a major reason for our team’s success. Miles is a skilled player and very athletic. He was our team’s leader in steals as well as assists, making his presence felt at both ends of the floor. His hard work on the court and in the classroom has earned him a full scholarship, and he will play in the best NAIA conference in the country. I am so proud and so happy for Miles and his family.”

Track - Quick scores two firsts in Eastern Relays

Trinity track star James Quick placed first in the 100 (10.98) and 200 (21.94). The Rocks’ 800 relay team placed fourth (1:29.96).

Powerlifting - Senior sets weight room record

Senior Lance Kaufman is now the new record holder for DIPS in the heavyweight division. He performed 25 reps, bettering the previous record by one.  

Lacrosse - Team honors seniors

Trinity's lacrosse team honored its 16 seniors at Marshall Stadium before a game against the Lexington Catholic Knights on Apr. 30.  The Rocks defeated the Knights in a 16-2 win, with seniors Mitchell Kraus and Sumner Franklin scoring four goals each to cap off their last game at home. 


Trinity fell to Henderson County by a score of 2-1 on Apr. 26.

Upcoming in Trinity Athletics


Wednesday, May 8 – Trinity at Anderson County, 6 p.m.

Friday, May 10 – Trinity vs. Butler at Bullitt East, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 11 – Trinity at Bullitt East, 10 a.m.; Trinity vs. St. Xavier at Bullitt East, 12:30 p.m.

Monday, May 13 – Trinity at Fort Thomas Highlands, 5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 14 – Lexington Catholic vs. Trinity at Thurman-Hutchins Park, 5:30 p.m.

Thursday, May 16 – Trinity at Green County, 6 p.m.

Friday, May 17 – Meade County vs. Trinity at Thurman-Hutchins Park, 6 p.m.


Tuesday, May 7 – District Two Semifinals

Thursday, May 9 – District Two Final

Monday, May 13 – Regional Quarterfinals

Wednesday, May 15 – Regional Semifinals

Friday, May 17 – Regional Final


Saturday, May 11—Sectionals at Top Gun

Thursday, May 16 – State Tournament at University of Kentucky

Track & Field

May 9-10 – Regional Meet at location and time TBA

May 16-17 – State Meet at University of Louisville, time TBA


Saturday, May 11 – Trinity at Carmel (Ind.), 9 a.m. (varsity) and 2 p.m. (JV)


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