Head Coach Mike Essig, Wayne Kraus and the Swim Rocks captured their second consecutive fourth place finish at the KHSAA State Swim Championship at UofL. Trinity Senior Hunter Tapp was named the Outstanding Meet Competitor, while also winning two individual state championship events in the 50 and 100 freestyle, setting new state records in each event. Hunter was named First Team All-State, while Trinity Senior Jacob Dray was named Second Team All-State. Jacob also set a new school record during the meet in the 100 meter butterfly. Well done, Rocks.
Trinity Strength and Conditioning Coach Mike Snyder hosted the first Kentucky NHSSCA coaches clinic on Saturday at Trinity’s Marshall Center. The event provided an opportunity for high school strength coaches from around Kentucky to benchmark other schools, share best practices and pursue professional development. Mike is a well respected leader among his peer group in Kentucky and around the country.
The Basketball Rocks fell to Waggener in the 27th District tournament championship game on Friday evening by a score of 58-47. Head Coach Mike Szabo and the team will travel to Male High School on Monday evening for a 7th Region quarterfinal matchup with the Bulldogs. The teams traded victories against one another this season; Trinity won the first game in January, with Male taking the victory on February 2.