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Rondale Moore set a school record with 22 catches in the Rocks' 38-30 win over Moeller.

3-0 Football Rocks Top Litkenhous Ratings

ECHO Staff September 8, 2017

Following a 3-0 run through powers from Indiana and Ohio, the Trinity Rocks football team is ranked No. 1 in The Courier-Journal's Litkenhous ratings.  Butler, Male, Covington Catholic and DeSales round...

In their season opener, the Rocks defeated Carmel from Indiana 31-3 at Marshall Stadium on Aug. 18.

Rocks Dominate Carmel, Open Season with 31-3 Victory

ECHO Staff August 25, 2017

The defending state champion Shamrocks started this season the way they ended the last one -- victorious.  Coming off a 15-0 season and a 24th state championship, Trinity defeated defending Indiana state...

Caleb Costin scored a first in the region in the shot put.

All-State Dominance — Track Rocks Second in State, Capture Region Four Title

ECHO Staff, Staff Reporter July 20, 2017

The Region Four champion Rocks notched the following first-place trophies: 3,200 relay (Jacob Burnam, Glavin Swain, Jacob Travelstead, Alex Cyterski), 800 relay (David Spalding, Ahmad Johnson, Rondale...

Trinity junior Brandon McManus and sophomores Simon Fewell, Nolan Durbin and Jeremy Mason were part of the winning team in the 16-and-under Region II stage of the 2017 US Youth Soccer National Championship Series, held in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Four Rocks Heading to Soccer Youth Nationals in Frisco, Texas

ECHO Staff July 11, 2017

Trinity junior Brandon McManus and sophomores Simon Fewell, Nolan Durbin and Jeremy Mason were part of the winning team in the 16-and-under Region II stage of the 2017 US Youth Soccer National Championship...

Swinging for the Major League Fences

Swinging for the Major League Fences

Anthony Farias, Staff Reporter June 29, 2017

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...

Trinity senior Brandon Pfaadt heads to base following a hit against St. Xavier.

Pfaadt Name Synonymous with Trinity Baseball

Matt Gadd, Staff Reporter April 28, 2017

One out in the top of the sixth inning, the count is 1 strike and 2 balls. Brett Pfaadt stares into the pitcher's cold eyes. Brett swings at a low fastball and nails it for his second home run in the...

Roaming the Back Row, Passionate Roth Continues Honing His Game

Roaming the Back Row, Passionate Roth Continues Honing His Game

Hunter Mulloy, Editor in Chief April 25, 2017

The room is full of sounds. Mothers yelling at the top of their lungs, calling out to their offspring. Boys running down the hard, cold wood of the court. Coaches screaming plays at their tired players,...

Trinity junior Matt Woodall inspires cross country and track teammates with his dedication.

Running with Courage, Guts and Determination

Dominic Repp, Staff Reporter April 19, 2017

Three core values of Trinity cross country and track are courage, guts and determination. All the runners display these qualities while training hundreds of hours and covering countless miles. Junior...

Rugby 7 Adds New Dimension to Sport Growing in Popularity

Rugby 7 Adds New Dimension to Sport Growing in Popularity

Nick Craven and Josh Willis, Staff Reporters April 18, 2017

One step on the pitch, and you will quickly learn rugby is not for the lighthearted. Dating to ancient Roman and Greek times, rugby is a major sport in Australia and over time made its way to the United...

Trinity lacrosse head coach Pete Schroeder talks with his team during practice.

Winning Only Part of the Game for Coach Schroeder

Sam Batcheldor, Staff Reporter March 31, 2017

A cold March wind blows upon the green and white jerseys of the lacrosse Rocks as they take the field for afternoon practice. After a few minutes of banter and lighthearted pass and catch between players,...

Trinity junior Kyle Sears puts in some archery team practice time.

For Sears, a True Aim is the Name of the Game

Robert Davis, Editor in Chief March 30, 2017

Clear mind and a steady aim. That describes Trinity junior Kyle Sears just before he lets loose an arrow from his bow. Sears is currently one of the best archers on Trinity’s team, but good scores...

Why Does the NCAA Refuse to Share with the Real Money Makers?

Sam Rueff, Staff Reporter March 24, 2017

Say you see your hero athlete, run up to him or her to get an autograph and then find out they can’t sign anything because of rules. This is a problem going on and increasingly getting worse...

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