Practice Schedule for Oct. 29 – Nov. 17 Times are subject to change. Please contact your specific coach about schedule changes.
The Lady Trojans will scrimmage at Western at 6:00 on Thursday. Their Home opener on November 1st against the Frankton Eagles will be a Varsity only contest. The varsity game will tip at 6:00.
The Trojan football team helped with the installation of the Christmas Lights for the Sharpsville Light show. Building team spirit and community support. Trojan Strong!!
News · Football Sectional Info!!
The Trojans will host the Sheridan Blackhawks in the open round of the IHSAA Football Sectional on Friday, Oct. 19th with a 7:00 kick off. Tickets are $6.00 for each round of the IHSAA sectional. All-Sport passes are not valid at this IHSAA event.
News · YOU REPRESENT US ALL!!!
They may not be wearing a jersey, but the adults in our community are representatives of our high school almost as much as our student-athletes are. When parents or adult fans belittle and disparage a coach or disrespect an official, it reflects poorly on our school. And when they use language that is abusive, rude
The Lady Trojans will be participating in Sectional 54 hosted by Lafayette Central Catholic. Session #1 – Thursday, Oct. 11 – Northfield vs. Southwood at 6:00 Thursday, Oct. 11 – Clinton Central vs. Central Catholic at 7:30 Session #2 – Saturday, Oct. 13 – Frontier vs. Winner of Match 1 at 11:00 AM Saturday, Oct.
Boys Varsity Soccer · Boys Varsity Soccer vs Eastern 0 – 9 in Second game of Sectional
Boys Varsity Soccer · Boys Varsity Soccer wins Sectional game, beats Taylor 3 – 2 in OT
Oct 01 Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Sheridan High School Sheridan 6:00 pm | Tri-Central Oct 01 Boys Junior Varsity Football at Eastern Eastern 6:00 pm | Eastern Oct 01 Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball vs. Sheridan High School Sheridan 6:00 pm | Tri-Central Oct 01 Boys Varsity Soccer at Taylor High School Taylor 7:00 pm |
News · How To Be A Good Team Parent
HERE’S HOW TO BE A GOOD TEAM PARENT Are you a parent who wants to support your child’s high school team in the best possible way? Then here are four easy things you can do: Attend your child’s games as often as possible. Cheer for ALL the kids on the team, not just your own.