FiSH has been the word of the week, standing for First in School History. Varsity Volleyball made it past the quarter-finals for the first time, and football made it to the playoffs for the first time as an 11-man team.
Trinity's Varsity Cross Country team ran in Heritage League finals at Pepper Tree Park in Thousand Oaks. The girls finished first in league and the boys finished fourth. They will all run in CIF Prelims next Saturday.
Trinity's Varsity Cross Country coach, Timmy Kahovec, came in first in the Santa Clarita Marathon, with a time of 2:40:42, which amounts to a pace of 5:45 minute miles! He was also just shy of 15 minutes ahead of the 2nd place finisher!
The Trinity Knights Girls Volleyball team will play for the first-ever CIF volleyball championship. The Knights will face Oakwood (North Hollywood) on Saturday, Nov. 9th at Oakwood.
With over 45 grammar school students and their families, the second annual Family Math Night was a success! Students and families played games of strategy from a variety of countries as well as made their own abucuses.
What was Homecoming like when you were in school? Maybe a Homecoming dance, with some popular students crowned king and queen, and a football game? Did it have anything to do with alumni as far as you were aware? Were there any little kids there?
On Saturday, Trinity’s National Honor Society Chapter took part in their fall service project. They visited Atria Senior Living in Newhall and put on a program for the seniors. The students hosted a root beer float bar and served the residents dessert after their lunchtime. They visited with them and enjoyed many special moments.
Upper School students (grades 7-12) really get into the spirit during spirit week. It's preparation for the Homecoming game, it's House and Team competition, it's a time to recognize all of our Varsity athletes, and it's a time to dress up and be a little bit silly, and teachers and administrators love to get into the act too.
The Varsity Volleyball team was anxious for a rematch against cross-town rivals, the Cardinals from Santa Clarita Christian School. Last week was a battle to the end with the games being close; the Knights finished just short in the fifth game 16-14. The stands were full on both sides, with the Knights student section and fans wearing navy for the Dark Knight theme. The Cardinals donned black for their blackout theme.
Trinity Cross Country hosted a race on Thursday, October 3rd at Central Park. There were 19 schools in attendance and two leagues represented.