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Rocks Ready to Learn!

Rocks Ready to Learn!

ECHO Staff
August 8, 2017
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Beginning with the Class of 2018, all four classes purchased books today. The seniors assisted the freshmen by accompanying them to their lockers and helping them settle in. Classes for students new to Trinity begin on Monday, and classes for everyone start on Tuesday, Aug. 15. Welcome back, Rocks! &nbs...

An Enduring Spirit Through Sixty-Four Years of Growth

An Enduring Spirit Through Sixty-Four Years of Growth

Robert Davis, Editor in Chief
July 13, 2017
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A barbed-wire fence surrounding a field on a small campus. This unflattering description of Trinity is decades in the past. For many years the Rocks' campus has had a small-college look, with award-winning landscaping and new buildings, including a stadium that replaced that barbed-wire-enclosed fi...

Taking the Next Step — A Sure-Fire Formula for College Acceptance

Taking the Next Step — A Sure-Fire Formula for College Acceptance

Sam Batcheldor, Staff Reporter
June 29, 2017
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 69.7 percent of 2016 high school graduates were enrolled in colleges or universities the following fall. This large number of teens seeking a college education means if you are planning to attend a college or university, you aren’t alone. There is an...

Swinging for the Major League Fences

Swinging for the Major League Fences

Anthony Farias, Staff Reporter
June 29, 2017
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The eyes of Louisville Bats pitcher Rob Wooten target catcher Rob Brantley, who makes his call. Wooten hurls the ball 60 feet to home plate. Ninety-five miles per hour. The batter tries his luck at making contact. Smack! The ball makes contact with the Louisville Slugger and soars into the sky. 100 feet,...

Rocks Host National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Championship Prelims

Rocks Host National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Championship Prelims

ECHO Staff
May 29, 2017
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More than 700 students from around the country, along with coaches and others, spent May 27 at Trinity competing in the National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Championship preliminary rounds. They were among more than 4,000 students in Louisville taking part in weekend competition. Two Trinity students...

After Nearly a Century, St. Matthew’s Hardware Saying Goodbye

After Nearly a Century, St. Matthew’s Hardware Saying Goodbye

Hunter Mulloy, Editor in Chief
May 25, 2017
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St. Matthews is full of stories, history and wonders. Deep within that mixture for the past 100 years lies St. Matthews Hardware. That will change when the store closes for good on May 31. It will be replaced with an Independence Bank. "Well, basically, it's time. I'm going to be 64 this year, and...

For the Class of 2017, a Final Mass Before a Fond Farewell

For the Class of 2017, a Final Mass Before a Fond Farewell

ECHO Staff
May 24, 2017
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A weekend of smiles and tears.  Following Friday's breakfast and awards ceremony, the 61st annual Baccalaureate Mass provided the Class of 2017 with a final opportunity to worship together. Rain pelted Steinhauser Gymnasium during the Saturday evening Mass, celebrated by the Rev. Dave Zettel and the...

A Bountiful Breakfast and Awards Aplenty for the Class of 2017!

A Bountiful Breakfast and Awards Aplenty for the Class of 2017!

ECHO Staff
May 19, 2017
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What goes very well with a lavish breakfast for the Class of 2017?  How about an Honorary Alumnus award for Trinity teacher Mr. Parker Whitehouse? How about special recognition for Campus Ministry -- Mrs. Mary Emrich and Mr. Chris Luken -- from the Class of 2017? Following a meal fit for seniors...

Unwilling to Give Up, Cash’s ‘Brain Child’ is a Slam Dunk

Unwilling to Give Up, Cash’s ‘Brain Child’ is a Slam Dunk

Anthony Farias, Staff Reporter
May 18, 2017
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Thump, thump, thump!! Your feet slam the ground. In your hand, you are gripping a rubber ball. You jump forward, sending your body downward toward a trampoline. The synthetic mesh and the steel springs send you flying higher than you expected. Your eyes are set on the orange ring with the white nylon...

Celebrating Mr. Bradford’s Extraordinary Career

Celebrating Mr. Bradford’s Extraordinary Career

ECHO Staff
May 15, 2017
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"All the world's a stage," and for Artistic Director Mr. William P. Bradford II, theatre has a been a sharing of gifts for 50 years.  The Trinity community and beyond came together May 13 to honor Mr. Bradford for his amazing career. From Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen:  "The Billy Bradford tribute...

From ‘Jurassic Park’ to Joe Dirt’s Lynyrd Skynyrd, From Pizza to Brats — Seniors Rock Field Day

From ‘Jurassic Park’ to Joe Dirt’s Lynyrd Skynyrd, From Pizza to Brats — Seniors Rock Field Day

ECHO Staff
May 11, 2017
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One of spring's warmest, sunniest days proved a perfect setting for the annual Senior Costume and Field Day.  After walking around in their craziest costumes for a couple of hours, the Class of 2017 brought out grills to cook hot dogs, brats and burgers or picked up previously ordered pizzas. They...

From Sunup to Sundown, Time Well Spent

From Sunup to Sundown, Time Well Spent

Ethan Vanlandingham, Staff Reporter
May 9, 2017
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It’s 3 a.m.  He just got up.  It’s a cold day, but the cold doesn’t stop the cows, bulls and goats from being thirsty and hungry. He completes his morning chores, gets dressed for work, and drives 45 minutes to get there. He spends about seven hours at Trinity High School nurturing the minds...

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