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Wally Caddow

Trinity Classical Academy opened the 2018 season in the exact same way it closed the 2017 campaign: with a shutout victory.

Aug. 20, 2018 -

Trinity Classical Academy opened the 2018 season in the exact same way it closed the 2017 campaign: with a shutout victory.

Trinity (1-0) defeated Desert Christian Academy (0-1) 38-0 Saturday at Fillmore High School, a designated home field for the Knights.

Junior quarterback Rick Roberts led the way with 281 passing yards and three touchdowns, adding 36 rushing yards on two carries.

“Our offense clicked early and that was great for us,” Roberts said. “As a team we usually struggle coming out fast, but we knew we had to play fast to get the win, and that’s what we did.”

According to Roberts, the final score could have been even higher, but three touchdowns were called back because of holding penalties.

Last season’s starting quarterback Phineas Yi, who is taking on more of a utility role this season, completed 3-of-5 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. He also went 4-of-5 on 2-point conversions, as Trinity did not try an extra point attempt. Yi also recorded a sack on defense.

Senior wide receiver Carson Campuzano led the Knights in receptions with six and yards with 134, adding a touchdown. His counterpart, junior Kyle Fields, had three receptions for 82 yards and two touchdowns.

Trinity will look to continue its winning ways, facing Rivera (0-1) on Friday Aug. 24, a team that struggled last season, and lost its season opener this year 21-0.

The Knights, however, don’t take any opponent lightly, and are ready to face a Huskies team that has a considerable size advantage.

“They are a big team and the bigger teams will be a test for us, regardless of how they did last season or last game,” Roberts said. “Every week is a new week, we have to come out and play our game. If we play our game it doesn’t matter what team we are playing. We can win.”

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Varsity Baseball Makes it to the Championship Game
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Sandra Oshiro

The Knights won their first post season game in the history of the program, and made it all the way to the Championship game for CIF-SS, falling to Fillmore 7-4.

The Knights won their first post season game in the history of the program, and made it all the way to the Championship game for CIF-SS, falling to Fillmore 7-4. Led by first-year coach Mike Franchimone, the team finished out a great season with an overall record of 18-4. This is a vast improvement over last year's record of 10-10. The future looks bright for Trinity baseball. They'll be looking for a championship victory next season.

Here is an article that the Signal wrote before the Championship game:

https://signalscv.com/2018/06/trinity-baseball-well-prepared-for-cif-ss-championship-game/

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IDS students, Trinity students at Hart Games
Sandra Oshiro

Mar. 22, 2016 – The Hart Games once again provided an opportunity for Trinity’s Imago Dei students to run, jump and throw against other teams from our community. It was a day of accomplishment and encouragement for our five IDS high-schoolers.

Beau Howell, Ethan McMath, Katy Tennesen, Josh Wilson and Caleb Valuzet made up the Imago Dei team which competed in 400m relay, 200m dash, 100yard dash, 50yard dash and 100yard hurdles.  The field events we competed in were the long jump, shot put, and softball throw.

The Imago Dei athletes started preparing for this event at the beginning of the school year by implementing a new conditioning class.  The class meets every B day from 8:00 – 8:40.  Students have trained in proper stretching, calisthenics, strength training, baton exchanges, and cardio.  They then performed each event, except the relay, here on campus multiple times.  The athletes were also able to go and practice on the track at Valencia to record their relay time.  They thoroughly enjoyed the fun and competition of conditioning class in preparation for Hart Games!

Our Trinity 11th grade class attended Hart Games to support our student athletes. They cheered, handed out waters, and waved signs personally decorated for each student athlete. It’s hard to say who is blessed more, the athletes or the people cheering them on.

 

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