We believe that the principles and lessons learned in the classroom, at home, and through the local church, can be put into practice through athletics. Because the arena of competition is surrounded with pressure and adversity, therefore, the athlete is tested, and their true character revealed. Consequently, the opportunity for character growth readily presents itself through athletic competition.
The TCS Athlete
We believe all TCS athletes should be diligent in preparation, relentless in effort, respectful in actions, humble in spirit, and aggressive in pursuit of excellence, without regard to the score, opponent, or officials. As Christian athletes grow to display these characteristics, teams are successful, players are motivated, fans are supportive and enthusiastic, and very often non-believers are drawn to Christ.
Trinity defeated the Lady Eagles 22-12 in a high-energy offensive battle, the first win in the rivalry series for first-year Lady Lions’ coach Quinn McNeely and only the second-ever Lady Lions’ win against their Hub City companions.
We want to give a big shout out to some of our football boys from this past season. The Texas Private School Podcast gave out awards for all Private School players in the state of Texas yesterday. There are 235 Private Schools with 101,500 football players in Texas. Here are the award winners: Zach Anthony 2nd Team Defense (Linebacker) Defensive Player of the Year Division 3 Player of the year Marcus Ramon-Edwards Honorable Mention Offense (Running Back) Offensive Player of the Year Running Back of the Year Jaxon Burnett 2nd Team Defense (Punter) Also, we'd like to Congratulate Coach Kevin Spiller for being nominated for Coach of the Year! Another big congratulations to our nominees for some additional overall awards, Zach Anthony, Jaxon Burnett, Marcus Ramon-Edwards, Ethan Phares, and Hunter Mastin. Such tremendous accomplishments by our athletes. This is TRINITY! Way to represent, Lions!
Trinity Christian Middle/High School provides competitive athletics in girls' volleyball, boys' and girls' basketball, football, track, tennis, golf, cross-country and cheerleading. Softball and baseball are only available in high school.