ABILENE -- Maci Maddox made sure the season debut for a new-look Frenship team was a success on Tuesday, and she got plenty of help.
There will be better days ahead for Trinity Christian as the 2019-20 season unfolds, mostly because there will be more days when the talented Lady Lions will be sharper, more cohesive and much more prepared.
Basketball season begins into push onto center stage this week, with a slew of high-profile girls’ games on the Tuesday slate and a handful of TAPPS boys games as well.
WACO -- Spearheaded by a core of seniors, Trinity Christian claimed its eighth TAPPS state championship on Friday and fifth in the last six years, with a 3-1 victory over Boerne Geneva (25-22, 17-25, 25-23, 25-21) in the Class 4A final at University High.
One play is never going to win or lose a football game. That doesn’t mean the last snap of a spirited back-and-forth contest doesn’t take on some huge meaning, though.
WACO -- Trinity Christian is back where it has gotten so used to being. Now with one more victory, the Lions will add to their legacy as one of the state’s top TAPPS programs.
Unbeaten Lubbock Christian closes out the regular season with a showdown against Trinity Christian for the TAPPS Region III-1 district championship.
Lions heads into the regular-season finale in a showdown for the TAPPS Division III-1 championship against Lubbock Christian.
ABILENE -- Trinity Christian is headed back to familiar territory, but it took some drama and grit to get there.
FORT WORTH -- Trinity Christian’s late-season push hit another gear with a new quarterback at the wheel on Friday. With Kayl Ratliff stepping as the starter for the first time, the Lions rolled past Fort Worth Temple 49-12, Trinity’s third win in a row.
Lion seniors Payton Dove & Kalli Jo Johnston played key roles in area-round triumph on Monday.
In the five-plus years since the football program was brought to life at Trinity Christian, the Lions haven’t had much of a home-field advantage to speak of.
AMARILLO -- Lubbock-Cooper is on an upswing again and as a result, the Lady Pirates are headed back to the Class 5A playoffs.
The Lions opened up district play with an impressive 27-0 win vs. Willow Park Trinity, now prepare to christen their new stadium Friday against Coram Deo.
Trinity Christian locked down one goal with a victory on Saturday and can start working toward the next one very soon.