2020 Hall of Fame dinner-program canceled

The 2020 Trinity High School Sports Hall Of Fame selections that would have been honored in October at the Trinity High Sports Hall of Fame Dinner-Program included seven men and five women, along with Trinity’s first section championship basketball team of 2010-11 and Trinity’s renown archer Faith Miller.

The dinner-program usually held the Saturday after Trinity’s Homecoming game has been canceled.

The committee hopes “we can honor and induct the class in conjunction with the opening of Trinity’s new gym which is scheduled for some time in March,” a Hall official said.

“I think all of our inductees played basketball and with the section champion basketball team going in as well, it seems like a natural.”

Male inductees include Dick Blevins, 1964; Steve Cato, 1968; Jeff Malloy, 1978; Lucas Large, 2001; Pat Cahill, 2004; Ben Cox, 2005; and Justin Jean­gerard, 2010.

Female inductees are Teresa Ferguson, 1985; Mary Curran-Trull, 2001; Tori Gervasi-Geist, 2002; Hannah Larson, 2005; and Faith Miller, 2020, special recognition archery.

The team selected was the 2010-11 Northern Section championship basketball team which went 27-3. Head coach was Jaime Green, assistant coaches were Bob Jeangerard and Tom Waltz, with junior varsity coach Merritt Goodyear.

Team members on the roster included Trever Martin, Shawn Wills, Tyler Robison, Austin Weinzer, Dakota Hayward, Brandon Deatley, Justin Adair, Kean Everest, Ben Cody, Luke Curran, Justin Jeangerard, Kenny Swain, Cody Higgins, Mitchell Yates and Cole Whaley.

During the past 11 years of the Sports Hall of Fame program (not including the 2020 class), 99 different athletes and 17 different women and men’s teams have been honored, along with 18 coaches and 11 vital individual support people.  

“We will continue to honor our athletic cultural history at Trinity. Culture is history,” Hall spokesman Terry Cato said.

“Success comes when people act together, failure tends to happen alone,” — Deepak Chopa.

“We hope we get back to that regular event schedule next year,” Cato said.

Workout Wednesdays at pool

WDCPRD will offer Workout Wednesdays at the Lowden Park Pool through Sept. 23, as follows:

2 to 3 p.m.: P.E. at the pool (open swim for all ages)

3:30 to 4:30 p.m.: Aquacise  

5:30 to 6:30 p.m.: Lap Swim, 5 lanes

5:30 to 6:30 p.m.: Aqua Movement - one lane open for Self Guided Aquatic Workout.

Weights and noodles provided.

TAGA results

Trinity Alps Golf Course, Sept. 4

1st: Greg Lowden, 56

2nd: Dave Vigil, 58

3rd: Scott Yates, 59

4th: Mike Price, 60

Closest to the pin (#5):

    Dan Poulson, 9’6½”