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Merton’s Rentle Wins Video Game Tournament

Merton’s Rentle Wins Video Game Tournament

ECHO Staff

November 15, 2019

Merton House sophomore Chase Rentle played through a tie with Gonzaga sophomore Noah Kolb to come out victorious in the annual House Video Game Tournament. The 38-man tourney played Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with a Nintendo Switch. The tournament was organized by Director of Activities and House System Mr....

Rocks Welcome More than 1,100 Guests During Open House

Rocks Welcome More than 1,100 Guests During Open House

ECHO Staff

November 14, 2019

Shamrock hospitality was at its finest as more than 1,100 guests spent time learning about Trinity High School.  From every part of the campus, Rocks welcomed visitors during the annual Open House, held Nov. 10 from 1-5. Mr. James Torra, Vice President for School Advancement and Director of Admissio...

How Many of the New Rocks (not freshmen) Have You Met?

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

November 13, 2019

Fourteen weeks in, how are things going? Have you had a chance to meet the new people on campus -- not called freshmen!?  Among the dozen new members of the faculty and staff, some are alumni, and one is an alum who worked at Trinity for many years and has returned. Ms. Brooke Bond  Bond...

Patrick Duo Wins House Pass-Kick Contest

Patrick Duo Wins House Pass-Kick Contest

ECHO Staff

November 13, 2019

Patrick House members and brothers Garrett Gentner and Bryce Gentner outpassed and outkicked the competition to win the annual House contest.   

One for All! Trinity’s DOTA Brings Dumas’ Musketeers to Life

One for All! Trinity’s DOTA Brings Dumas’ Musketeers to Life

ECHO Staff

November 6, 2019

"Performances that stretch the actors, swirling sets that keep the tech folks moving and enthusiastic ushers and Arts Council parents make the entire production top-notch."  "...one of the best shows I have ever seen!  The sword fights, the ever-changing sets, the costumes, the humor, the tragedy, ...

Blood from Rocks!

Blood from Rocks!

ECHO Staff

November 6, 2019

The first of two annual blood donation drives took place at Trinity today as Rocks made their way to Shamrock Gym. Under the direction of Mrs. Mary Mason, the donations to the American Red Cross -- 83 usable pints of blood -- took place from 9 to 2. Mason thanked the following: those who donated, Dan...

Harriers Go Back to Back — Bring Home Title No. 20!

Harriers Go Back to Back — Bring Home Title No. 20!

ECHO Staff

November 5, 2019

The cross country Rocks, under the leadership of head coach Scott Holzknecht and his assistant coaches, captured the 3A KHSAA State Cross Country Championship on Nov. 2 at the Kentucky Horse Park.  The Rocks won the championship for the second consecutive year,  edging runner-up St. Xavier by tw...

A Chance to Commune with Nature

A Chance to Commune with Nature

ECHO Staff

October 31, 2019

The school year began with words from Principal Dr. Dan Zoeller about the healing and invigorating benefits of nature. During retreats held throughout the year, Trinity seniors are given an opportunity to experience the beauty and power of nature found at Mount St. Francis.  ...

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ECHO Staff

October 31, 2019

Once a year, Trinity's faculty haunt the halls, scare up creative costumes and go a bit ghoulish as they spirit in the season!  Happy Halloween!   

Senior’s Road to Five-Star Reviews Started in St. Louis

Senior’s Road to Five-Star Reviews Started in St. Louis

Chase Gravatte, Staff Reporter

October 30, 2019

Not many seniors in high school can claim to have written and published a book that is receiving five-star reviews on Amazon. Trinity senior Jack Chauvin and his mother, Laura Chauvin, did just that, composing a children’s book about ice hockey.  “When I Get to St. Louis: An ABC Journey Imag...

Trinity Sophomore Excels in a Family of Artists

Trinity Sophomore Excels in a Family of Artists

Zachary Crumes, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2019

Trinity sophomore Harlan Welch-Scarboro is not the average high school student.  In fact, it’s fair to say that "average" isn’t a word often associated with the Scarboro family. Harlan has already developed an extensive art portfolio, including two solo art exhibitions and numerous group shows at C...

No Need for MacGyver — Just a Bit of Duct Tape

No Need for MacGyver — Just a Bit of Duct Tape

Jack Brown, Columnist

October 23, 2019

Being a younger sibling makes you trained to see opportunity. Sustained by a constant stream of hand-me-down clothes, books, and even games, I learned from an early age you need to be resourceful. When my older brother moved away for grad school, there was no delay before I migrated to his room; it ...

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