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Athletic News

varsity girls basketball team with championship plaque

Varsity Girls Basketball has become the first Trinity team in school history to win a state championship.

In the final game on Saturday against San Fernando High School, the Varsity Knights' defense was the key to success, as it has been all year. Kelly Lotz led the scoring with 32 points and 10 rebounds; Lily Caddow added 10 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists; and Katie Brown's defense was incredible inside. She had 4 points, 10 rebounds, and she held down San Fernando’s leading scorer. The final score was 49-33.

In James DeMonbrun's first year as the Girls' coach, he said, “This is an incredible group of kids. From a basketball perspective, they committed themselves to get things done defensively. We only play one kind of defense, man-to-man. We knew that if we could get stops, we could run in transition, and that’s where we would thrive. This group is selfless, inclusive, silly, and just plain fun to be around. I couldn’t be more proud of them. I’m humbled the Lord has given me an opportunity to coach these girls.”

Trinity began its high school athletics program in 2009 with only freshmen and sophomores and just a handful of sports. Varsity Girls Basketball didn't get their start until 2013-14, so that program is only 7 years young. In the past three years, the girls have gone undefeated in league to be Heritage League champions. Moving on from league champs this year, the girls won the CIF-SS Championship, Div. 5AA and topped off the season with the Regional/State championship for Div. 5A. 

Read The Signal's article HERE

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Championship team

The Trinity Knights have another "Big FiSH" (First in School History) with the Varsity Girls Basketball team bringing home the trophy as CIF-SS Champions for Division VAA. The Knights beat the Contenders from Faith Baptist 41-24. 

In a most unusual year for athletics, when all sports seasons ran together, and basketball is still happening after school is out for the summer, the Lady Knights are continuing to work hard. This was their second trip to the finals and coming off a victory, they will go on to play in the State Championship with the first-round game tomorrow night at home. (details and tickets)

This is the third CIF-SS victory for Trinity. Football won in 2013 for Div. II, 8-man. Boys Basketball won in 2014 for Div. VI.

The Signal covered the win here.

Photo gallery here.

 

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Awards for athletes and artists

Awards ceremonies were held for the Rhetoric School's artists and Varsity athletes. In an unconventional year, with a more-than-ever need to be flexible and creative, these students' honors were earned in the crucible of Covid and they are well-deserved. 

Congratulations to our athletes:

Female Rookie of the Year - Sarah Dever 
Male Rookie of the Year - Lucas Spring 
Female Scholar Athlete - Michaela Lanni 
Male Scholar Athlete - Chapman Wolf 
Female Athlete of the Year - Lily Caddow 
Male Athlete of the Year - Will Yumbar 
Iron Knight - Chapman Wolf 

And our artists:

Artist of the Year: Kate Stimson
Scholar Artist of the Year: Jack Anderson

Most Valuable Artists:
Aiden Leigh, Jazz Ensemble
Kate Stimson, Symphony Orchestra
Elise Servera, Choral Ensemble
David Lim, Yearbook
Arianna Laolagi, Film/video
Jack Anderson, Theater
Jordan Hahn, Art (Payne)
Quentin Thompson, Art (Mosser)
Bram Yoo, Guitar

PHOTOS from Athletics Awards

PHOTOS from Fine Arts Awards

 

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Trinity Has a Home Gym

The Newhall Church of the Nazarene has graciously granted us exclusive use of their gym for our upcoming sports seasons. Our Trinity indoor athletes now have a wonderful facility to practice and play their games. Early in the process of securing the facility, the leadership at NewNaz expressed not only their desire for us to partner with them in the use of their beautiful gym but said, “Please make it your home.”

So we did! With the dedication of our Athletics department, Mr. Aguilar, Miss Pacini and Dr. Dixon, the NewNaz gym has been transformed into the Trinity “Fortress”, where we will play and defend our home with Integrity and Camaraderie and most certainly enjoy many Victories.

As you enter the “Fortress” you are greeted by a huge mural with some of the outstanding Trinity Knights from our past and present. The court area is adorned with our Trinity Knights banners and logos. Perhaps the best feature of the Fortress is our championship banners that grace the walls. Our 10-year athletics heritage is on full display with banners for our 2 CIF championships, 4 CIF runner-ups, and our 28 league championships. It’s truly inspiring to see our athletic accomplishments memorialized with these beautiful banners.

Check out pictures of the NEW GYM HERE.

There is a new scorer’s table, new padded chairs for players, and many other amenities for our athletes and families. The next phase of outfitting the Fortress will include the installation of bleachers, a state-of-the-art game video system that will record and broadcast games, and much more.

Many thanks to Pastor Bobbi McMasters, Greg Carver, Peggy Spencer, and all the wonderful leadership and staff at Newhall Church of the Nazarene for working so diligently to make this new home gym a reality for Trinity.

The Newhall Church of the Nazarene is located at 23857 The Old Road, Newhall.

Despite the challenges of this unusual season at Trinity, we continue to boldly move forward with our vision in faith, not fear. We continue to build and grow opportunities for our students and for our future.

The Trinity Knights are ready to play. Our athletic staff, our athletes, and our coaches are ready to get back to competing. Now with this outstanding facility, The Fortress, as our home court, the future of Trinity athletics is indeed brighter than ever.

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graphic with league honors

The all Heritage League selections for winter sports have been announced. Trinity congratulates all the recognized athletes. In addition to the athletes, the Varsity Girls Basketball coach, Daniel Hebert, was selected as Coach of the Year. 

Girls Basketball
Hannah Caddow (Senior) - Co-MVP
Trinity Towns (Junior) - Co-MVP
Heidi Schafer (Senior) - 1st team
Ellie Howell (Senior) - 1st team
Riley Spector (Sophomore) - 1st team
Sam Lee (Senior) - 2nd team
Katie Brown (Freshman) - 2nd team

Boys Basketball
Kyle Fields (Junior) - 1st team
Zack Totten (Senior) - 2nd team

Girls Soccer
Nandi Rogers (Junior) - 1st team
Carsyn Crone (Freshman) - 2nd team
Yeonjoo Cho (Senior) - 2nd team

Boys Soccer
Nolan Kulp (Senior) - 1st team
Ben Wexler (Senior) - 1st team
Andrew Dever (Senior) - 2nd team
Payton Frazier (Junior) - 2nd team
Aidan Duhm (Senior) - 2nd team

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