The Athletic Department of Trinity High School will strive to compliment and support the overall mission of the school to include Forming Men of Faith and Men of Character.
Athletics at Trinity provide a variety of experiences for student-athletes which enable each participant to gain life lessons in sportsmanship, teamwork, competition, leadership, cooperation, self-discipline, goal setting, fair play and Christian identity. Athletic competition is an important part of our school spirit and helps all students – participants and spectators – develop pride in their school.
The actions of all adults surrounding the Athletic Department should be of the highest standards so the student athlete may learn from proper role model behavior. Success should not be measured only by wins and losses. Personal development of the individual must always be a major objective of the Athletic Department.
Trinity coaches will be expected to:
- Form men of Faith
- Form men of Character
- Coach Trinity student-athletes and teams to compete at the highest levels
The Athletic Department must always operate in accordance with the school’s mission and display objectives and policies that support the ongoing educational process at Trinity High School.
Trinity High School maintains memberships in several high school sports related organizations. These organizations provide guidelines and standards for our Athletics department, our various sports teams and our many coaches. The organizations include:
- Kentucky High School Athletic Association
- National Federation of State High School Associations
- National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association
- Kentucky High School Athletic Directors Association
- National Federation Interscholastic Coaches Association
- Kentucky High School Coaches Charity Association
- Various club sports associations
The Trinity Bowling Team found success last weekend at Fern Valley Strike and Spare at the 2017 Kentucky Kick Off Bowling Classic. The Rocks finished in third place out of 27 boys high school bowling teams from across the state. Trinity’s third place finish was the...read more
Trinity will host a second-round playoff game at Marshall Stadium this Friday, Nov. 10, vs. the Campbell County Camels, at 7:30 p.m. Reserved Seating- Season ticket-holders may purchase their normal seats for $10 each at the Trinity Athletics Office, beginning Monday,...read more
A shout-out to Head Coach Scott Holzknecht '97, his Assistant Coaches and the Cross Country Rocks ... On Saturday in Lexington, the team ran hard and fast, finishing as state runners-up. Senior Jacob Burnam ran 12th in state and Junior Jack Baum finished 13th. In the...read more