The Rocks Recap
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The varsity Football Rocks stayed undefeated on the season, defeating Moeller (OH) 41-0 at Marshall Stadium. The Rocks stay #1 in the state and moved up to #17 in the USA Today National Rankings.
The JV Football Rocks traveled to Moeller and came away with an impressive 14-0 victory, while the freshman Football Rocks showed improvement yet fell to Moeller 23-0.
The varsity Soccer Rocks suffered their first defeat of the season on the road to the Collegiate Titans 2-1. The Rocks bounced back by defeating Lake Central (IN) 3-1 at Evansville Memorial, and then followed that victory up with a 0-0 draw against a strong Castle (IN) side.
The JV Soccer Rocks defeated Collegiate 3-2.
Trinity Cross Country
The Cross Country Rocks placed 5th out of 33 schools (highest finish for a Kentucky school) in a loaded field Saturday at the Mason Invitational. Shamrock Ryan O Dea placed 7th out of 410 runners.
The Golf Rocks continued their strong campaign by winning the Butler Invitational and finishing as runner-up in the Bowling Green Invitational.
(Heat Index protocol might impact start times – case by case basis)
The varsity Football Rocks host Waubonsie Valley (IL) at Trinity with a 7 p.m. kickoff.
The freshman Football Rocks will travel to Centerville (OH) to play Saturday at noon. The JV Rocks have an open week.
Trinity Cross Country
The Cross Country Rocks travel to the Franklin County Invitational at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington starting at 9 a.m.
The freshman Football Rocks start the week by hosting Henry County Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The JV and varsity Soccer Rocks have two double-headers this week. On Thursday, the Rocks host Male starting at 5:30 p.m. On Saturday, the Rocks travel to Nobelsville, IN to face Guerin Catholic with games starting at 4 p.m.
The Golf Rocks open the week today, Sept. 9, against Oldham County at Eagle Creek. Tuesday, the Golf Rocks travel to Long Run to face North Oldham. Wednesday, the Rocks take on St. Xavier at Oxmoor Country Club, Thursday, the Rocks face Christian Academy at Oxmoor Country Club. Saturday, the Rocks will be competing in the Meade County Invitational and the Battle for the Bluegrass.
Good luck to all our Rocks in action this week!