Trinity celebrated Homecoming with events throughout the week. Students and teachers alike enjoyed dress-up days, lunchtime games, powder puff volleyball and football, and more. The homecoming court was announced at the outdoor pep rally Thursday night. Friday was Spirit Day and all students came decked out in red, white and blue. The traditional homecoming parade took place with students in grades 6-12 participating. There were motorcycles, Big Mo from the Montgomery Biscuits, convertibles carrying each homecoming attendant, a hayride for the juniors and the Slawson fire truck filled with the seniors serving as the caboose for the parade. Afterwards, everyone filed into the gym for the biggest pep rally of the year, courtesy of the senior class.
Friday night was also senior night for the Cats and 46 families were presented before the game for participation in fall athletics. Halftime began with recognition of the 20 year anniversary of the 1999 3A State Champion Basketball Team followed by the presentation of the homecoming court. Senior Ellie Slawson was announced Homecoming Queen.
The Wildcats defeated Ashford 48-14, wrapping up a fantastic homecoming week for students, parents, alumni and friends.