Boys Soccer · Trinity High School Hires New Boys Soccer Coach

Trinity High School Athletics Director, Anthony SanFilippo announced today that Dominic Buttari will be taking over the Boys Soccer program for the Trojans.
Coach Buttari has spent the three years coaching soccer, two of those years as a Varsity Assistant Coach at Alexander High School in Albany, Ohio while a student at Ohio University. At Alexander, Coach Buttari’s 2018 team were crowned District Champions, and his 2019 team lost in the District title game. Upon graduation from OU with a degree in education, Coach Buttari returned home to Cleveland to be St. Edward’s JV Green head coach. Buttari graduated from Wickliffe High School, where he played for the Blue Devils Varsity team. “I am excited to begin my head varsity coaching career at a school with a great tradition like Trinity,” said Buttari. “After getting to know those involved with the program, I am ready to get to work and build a culture of success within the program.”
“We are excited to bring Coach Buttari into the Trojans Athletic family,” said SanFilippo. “His knowledge, passion, enthusiasm, and ties into the local soccer circuit are a perfect fit for our student-athletes.”