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Signs of Hope

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By: Dr. Rob Mullen After seven quiet weeks, life slowly inched its way back onto campus in May. Schools are places of activity and movement, so it was really nice to see and feel others’ presence after Governor Beshear announced guidelines that allowed students and visitors to be on campus. These were signs of hope […]

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Two Trinity Student-Athletes Recognized by KHSAA

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The KHSAA recently recognized two Trinity student-athletes for achieving the Triple Threat Award presented to student-athletes competing in (3) or more KHSAA sports within the 2019 – 2020 school year: Rising Junior Alex Frederick was a member of the Trinity Archery, Cross Country and Track and Field teams Rising Sophomore Cameron Wooten was a member […]

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Trinity Ice Hockey Coach Retiring

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From Trinity Director of Athletics Rob Saxton H ’15: I would like to share the following news related to the Ice Hockey Rocks. Geoff Norman – After (29) years of coaching Hockey, the last (5) years at Trinity where he served as both an Assistant Coach, and most recently as Trinity Head Coach, Geoff Norman […]

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Trinity Cheerleading Coach Stepping Down

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We would like to share the following news related to the Trinity Cheerleading program. As we conclude the 2019 – 2020 school year, Head Coach Hannah Graham will step down after (6) years at the helm to pursuer career aspirations. Hannah has been a tremendous leader for the young ladies who make up Trinity Cheer. […]

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Recent Trinity Tennis Grads Honored

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Congratulations are in order for Trinity Tennis and Head Coach Chris Mather ‘86. Even though the 2020 Kentucky high school tennis season was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kentucky High School Tennis Coaches Association selected their annual awards and All State recognition at the conclusion of the 2019 – 2020 school year. We […]

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Trinity Quick Recall Rocks Excited for National Academic Championships

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Trinity’s Quick Recall team of Nick Huls ’20, Jack McCalpin ’20, Riley Moremen ’21 and Dylan Fox ’21 has qualified for the playoffs of the National Academic Championship. This is the same tournament that Trinity competed in last year in New Orleans, where the Rocks finished in the Final 4!   “I was proud of […]

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