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Lacrosse: Trinity on road to respectability

Written by Joe Koch on .

Following an opening-game 8-6 non-section loss to Quaker Valley, the Trinity Hillers have won three games in a row that included a 10-4 victory over section rival Baldwin. They followed that win with non-section victories over Fairmont, W.Va., Senior, 14-6, and Latrobe, 9-6.

On Friday, Trinity hosted Wheeling Park. Today, the Hillers traveled to Wheeling to play Linsly School.

They swing back into section play with a game Wednesday at Baldwin. Trinity has section games remaining at Chartiers Valley, Moon, Seton-LaSalle and Canon-McMillan. Three of these teams have winning records.

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Alumni Update - Don McWreath (Seton Hill)

Written by Drew Karpen on .

Following a 6-2 trip to Florida for their spring break trip, the Seton Hill baseball team swept the PSAC West Weekly Baseball Awards, theMcWreath SHU league office announced on Monday afternoon.

Senior first baseman Zac Heide was named the PSAC West Athlete of the Week while junior right hander Don McWreath was named the PSAC West Pitcher of the Week. Its the first award for a Griffin this season and the first time Heide or McWreath has won a weekly award.

McWreath, a Trinity graduate, recorded a win and a save in two appearances for the Griffins. He pitched 4 shutout innings of relief to earn a save vs WV Wesleyan.  

He gave up just 2 hits and struck out 8. He earned a win in the Griffins last game of the week against Winona State.  He pitched the final 4 innings, giving up just 1 hit and striking out 1.  

On the week, he threw 8 scoreless innings, gave up just 3 hits and struck out 9.

 

(photo courtesy of Seton Hill University)

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Girls Basketball: Trinity’s valiant comeback comes up short

Written by Joe Koch on .

Bob Miles had no doubt that his Trinity High girls basketball team would make a spirited comeback when it found itself trailing section rival South Fayette by 20 points in the first half of the WPIAL Class AAA girls championship game this past Saturday at the Petersen Events Center.

He and his Hillers just couldn't quite get past the one-point deficit they faced in the fourth quarter, and ended up falling to their section rivals, 59-52.

The loss lowered the Hillers' season record to 21-4, heading into Saturday's PIAA Class AAA first-round game against Section 4-AAA champion South Park at 4 p.m. Saturday at Peters Township High School.

"We came out in the second half, and we chipped away," said Miles, the Hillers' fourth-year coach. Miles had been to the final before as the coach of the Fort Cherry Rangers in the WPIAL Class A championship game in 2011. But this was the first time a Trinity team had reached the championship game.

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Boys Basketball: South Feature Athlete - Trinity's Joey Koroly

Written by Brad Everett on .

Name: Joey Koroly
High School: Trinity
Grade: 10
Sport: Boys Basketball
Position: Point guard

Background: Koroly is a standout point guard for a young Trinity team that is playoff bound after placing third in Class AAA Section 5. A 5-foot-11 sophomore, Koroly is a two-year starter who is averaging a team-high 17 points per game. He's been a steady playmaker for the Hillers (12-8), a team that does not have any seniors. Koroly was also the starting running back on the Trinity football team, and rushed for a team-best 12 touchdowns.