The Rocks Recap
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2019 Football State Champion Gear is now available to purchase online at www.trinitycampusstore.com.
All orders need to be in by noon today, Monday, Dec 9. Please disregard “out of stock.” These items will be available for pickup in the Campus store on Thursday, Dec. 12, between 3 – 6 p.m.
If you have any questions please call the Campus Store at (502) 736-2125.
Championship Hats take a little longer and will be available for pickup next Tuesday, Dec. 17.
With the Football Rocks State Championship victory, Trinity fall sports are now complete. Two state titles (cross country and football) and one state runner-up (golf). Not a bad fall!
Following a convincing 28 – 6 victory over the Male Bulldogs at the University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field, your Trinity Football Rocks are the 2019 KHSAA 6A Football State Champions! Junior Bradley West was named the Most Valuable Player for the game, and the Rocks defense played GreaT! This is Trinity’s 26th Football State Championship!
The Basketball Rocks opened their season with three F, JV and varsity triple-headers. The Rocks traveled to DeSales for their regular season opener where the freshman and JV Rocks defeated the Colts before the varsity Rocks dropped a close one. The Rocks bounced back on Friday and Saturday as the Basketball Rocks swept Madison Southern on the road on Friday before their home opener on Saturday against Centerville (OH). Trinity swept a very good Centerville (OH) program with the varsity Rocks winning on a last second layup from junior Zach Stahlman.
The #7 Wrestling Rocks traveled to Evansville for the Mater Dei Classic on Saturday. Please check back with Trinity Sports Twitter for updated results.
The Archery Rocks opened the season with the St. Gabriel Christmas Tournament. Please check back with Trinity Sports Twitter for updated results.
In September, the lacrosse teams from Sacred Heart and Trinity played each other in a charity game. The two schools collected thousands of band aids and proceeds from the game. The proceeds totaled over $2,300, with the money and band aids going to Supplies Over Seas. Way to go, Lacrosse Rocks!
Three more triple-headers for the Rocks this week. Tuesday, the Basketball Rocks travel to Seneca, opening up district play for the season. Varsity tip at 7:30 p.m. Friday, the Rocks return home to host Bardstown and Louisville commit, JJ Traynor. Varsity tip at 7:30 p.m. The Rocks finish the week on Saturday with a showdown against the Tigers from Fern Creek at Trinity. Varsity tip at 7:30 p.m.
The Archery Rocks return to St. Gabriel on Saturday for the St. Gabriel Christmas Tournament. The tournament starts at 9 a.m.
The Wrestling Rocks travel to Ohio on Friday/Saturday for the Olentangey Liberty Classic.
Trinity Swim and Dive
The Swimming Rocks are back in action on Friday at the University of Louisville Natatorium. The Eastern Care-a-Van starts at 7 p.m.
Trinity Ice Hockey
The Hockey Rocks travel to Ohio to play two very good teams Friday and Saturday. Friday, the Rocks play Cincinnati Elder at Northlands Rink at 6 p.m. Saturday, the Rocks play Centerville (OH) at the South Metro Rink at 3 p.m.
The Bowling Rocks start a busy week on Tuesday against the Tigers from St. X at Ten Pin Lanes. First roll is at 3:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday the Rocks are back in action. Saturday at 1 p.m. with the Boyle County Bonanza at Danville Bowlarama, Sunday at the Cincinnati Holiday Classic. Times TBA.
Good luck to all our Rocks in action this week!