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Coach Jefferson Steps Down

Trinity High School Athletics Director Tony SanFilippo has announced that long-time girls soccer coach Cal Jefferson has decided to step down as head soccer coach after 13 years. Coach Cal, as he was affectionately called, was hired to re-start the dormant Girls Soccer Program at Trinity for the 2007 season. In its inaugural season, the

Chagrin Valley Conference Fall Awards:

2019 was Trinity’s inaugural season in the Chagrin Valley Conference (Metro Division). Here are the first awards earned by our student-athletes: BOYS SOCCER: First Team: Mitchell Knotek (12) Second Team: Ryan Trent (10) Honorable Mention: Darnell Caver (12) Isaiah Johnson (12) GIRLS SOCCER: First Team: Summer Wrobel (11) Second Team: Jillian Kalic (10) Honorable Mention:

Lady Trojans Lose to Bay in the District Semi-Finals

The Lady Trojans Volleyball team ended their season last night as they were defeated by a strong Bay Village team 3 games to 0. The scores of the games were 17-25, 23-25, 20-25. The team was led offensively by sophomore Amie McCarthy with 17 kills, senior Savannah Brownfield with 10 kills and senior Shelby Brownfield

Lady Trojans Advance to District Semis

The Lady Trojan Volleyball team won the Sectional Finals on Saturday defeating Cloverleaf 3 games to 0. The scores of the games were 25-9, 25-12, 25-7. The team was led offensively by senior captain Savannah Brownfield with 9 kills, junior, Jayme Zoeckler with 9 kills and 20 assists, sophomore Amie McCarthy with 6 kills, senior

Lady Trojans Fall in Sectional Tourney

The Lady Trojans Girls Soccer Team lost 6-0 to Laurel School in the opening round of the Division II Sectional Tournament last night at St. Francis Field. The girls end the season at 7-8-1.

Gudz and Kelley Earn First-Team All-CVC at Conference Meet

The boys and girls cross country teams participated in the Chagrin Valley Conference Cross Country Championships for the first time this Saturday at the Geauga County Fairgrounds. Both the boys and girls teams finished in 6th place out of the 10 teams in the Valley Division. Juniors Stephen Gudz and CJ Kelley became the first