It’s time for spring training!


Mr. Koroly

Senior Brandon Robaugh poses for a goofy picture while the baseball team gets ready to practice.

March is here, which means that spring sports are right around the corner. Trinity’s teams have been putting in the work during preseason training in order to prepare for the season. Training and facilities became available to the teams starting February 1, 2021, and the season officially starts March 8, 2021, for all teams.  

“We are happy that our spring athletes will not miss out on another season!” says Mr. Rich, Athletic Director. 

The girls’ softball team has been utilizing Trinity West’s gymnasium twice a week to host winter workouts. The girls are also doing their own preparation by taking lessons and working out on their own. The first official game is March 30 against Mount Lebanon. 

Both the boys’ and girls’ track teams will have practices starting March 8 everyday from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.,  to prepare for the first meet, which is on March 26 versus Washington High School (away). 

“We are excited to be able to compete this season after having our 2020 season shut down by the pandemic,” says head coach and coordinator Coach MacKinney. 

Boys tennis also has an upcoming season. They haven’t had any preseason training, however, due to the delays and weather conditions; but they will hopefully get outside soon to spend some time on the courts. Their first match is March 15. Mr. Stoner, head coach, encourages more boys to join the team. 

Baseball is also training two to three times a week at C-side Sports Academy and other available locations in order to prepare. Their first official game is March 31 against South Fayette High School, home at the W&J Field.

Boy’s volleyball is another sport gearing up for the spring season. They haven’t had much training, however, due to COVID-19 limitations and the boys’ participation in other sports. They hope, though, to get in training before their first game at the end of March. 

Both boys’ and girls’ lacrosse are also training for the start of the season. The girls have been conditioning and doing stick work this past month. The older girls have been helping the newer players with fundamentals and understanding the basic concepts of the game. Their first game is March 26 against North Hills (home). 

“I am so happy for the girls and the fact that they are able to get back out on the field and play with one another in competitive games,” says head coach Lori Daloia.

 The boys are practicing positioning, as well as stick work and skills for the new players. Their first game is March 22 against Shaler Area High School, at home. 

The teams are all very excited to start the season since last season was cancelled due to COVID-19. Show support for the teams by tuning into the Trinity Streaming Network at the start of the season to watch the games live.