3727 Rosehill Road, Fayetteville, NC 28311
910-488-6779 office, 910-488-2729 fax

 

Athletics

Trinity sports is a quality growing sports program designed to teach and perfect necessary life skills that will remain beneficial to students throughout their journey. We are thankful to surround our athletes with high character coaches, many who have played on the collegiate level, which can help bring out his or hers ultimate potential. We have students each year that receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarship money. (See next level on our website) Our students are competing at D1, D2, D3, and Junior College levels. Few schools in Fayetteville are doing this, especially with our smaller enrollments (1A).

We compete in the North Carolina Independent Schools Athletic Association (NCISAA) at the 1A level (see NCISAA.org) for all sports other than football where we participate in the Southeastern Independent Conference (SEIC). Other member schools in our conference are: Waccamaw Academy (Whiteville, NC), Word of God Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC), and Flora MacDonald Academy (Red Springs, NC).

We have won several conference championships in multiple sports. We have also won four state championships in our short school history – three in varsity football (2007, 2008, and 2009) and one in girls’ basketball (2007/2008).

Football

Trinity started its football program in 1999 with “8-man” and we competed only at the junior varsity level (7th – 9th). In 2001 we added varsity (10th – 12th) to our program and played 8-man football until 2009. During that time our varsity played for a state championship in five of those nine years. We won titles in 2007, 2008, and 2009. We finished state runner-up in 2003 and 2004. Our junior varsity has been equally successful winning conference championships 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, and 2008. The varsity team, under the direction of Head Coach Randal Webster, has won 38 straight games. In 2010 our program will be transitioning to “11-man” football.

2016 Varsity Football Schedule

 

Basketball

Girls basketball is offered for 7th-12th grades. As our enrollment continues to grow, we will offer junior varsity girls in the future. Our girls program has become very competitive winning multiple SEIC championships and a state title in 2007-2008.

Boys basketball is divided into three teams. Middle school is 6th-8th grade, Junior Varsity is 9th and 10th grade, and Varsity is 11th and 12th grade. All of our boys teams have won conference championships, and our varsity boys program plays in what several college coaches have said is the toughest basketball division in the state. The varsity boys have been in the state playoffs every year and we finished state runner-up in 2006/2007 posting a school record of 29-3.

2016-2017-Basketball-Schedule

 

Soccer

Girls in 7th-12th grades may participate.

Cheerleading

Trinity has junior varsity and varsity cheerleading that generally offered to grades six through twelve. Cheerleaders perform at all home and most away games during football and basketball seasons. Cheerleading provides another option for students who are not performing in any sports’ activities.

Baseball – Baseball is offered to 7th-12th grade male students. 2004 was our inaugural season. We are building our baseball program each year. We advanced to the state playoffs for the first time in 2009.

Volleyball

We began volleyball for girls in 7th-12th grade in 2008.

volleyball schedule 2015

Rhythm Masters

Trinity offers a dance team for boys and girls, grades 2-6, that perform during halftime at home varsity football games.

 
3727 Rosehill Road, Fayetteville, NC 28311
910-488-6779 office, 910-488-2729 fax
 
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