Trinity-Pawling Football

The lower team soccer season ended with a couple of victories including 4th soccer’s 6-1 win against Storm King and JV soccer defeating Canterbury in their season finale.

The varsity football team concluded their season with a 24-7 win at Kent on a cold and rainy Friday night. Quarterback Donté Williams ’20 provided much of the offense with some help from Jake ’19 and Zack Conlan ’20. Captain Eddie Gonzalez ’19 played well on the line, kicked a field goal, extra points, and punted. His contributions have been invaluable. Aleksi Olavuo ’19 and Quran Rahman ’19 also played well on the line for the Pride. The team finishes the season with a 4-4 record.

Varsity soccer continued to struggle achieving wins against some difficult competition. Captain Jack Haims ’19 was selected to play in the All Star game for the Pride. Hayden Collins ’23 scored a goal in the team’s final game at Kingswood, which gives the coaches some excitement about the future of the program.

The cross country team finished their season at the New England race at Avon Old Farms School. Captain Nick Grande ’19 continued to lead the pack for the Pride. Following Nick were Sam Fechner ’20, Jack Long ’21, Toby Berner ’21, and Jimmy Nolan ’21. Ben Yoon ’20 ran his best race of the season as the top JV runner for Trinity-Pawling. The team was young and it improved with each race. Coach McDougal is excited to get next season started.

The JV football team finished their season with a 5-2-1 record. This team consisted of many newcomers to the sport and some lower varsity players.

Congratulations on a terrific season!

Tune in to watch the winter season live.

by Brian Foster ’79