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Galligaskin's Student Athlete of the Week: Lauren Lykins

March 05, 2019
By Joe Hamstra

Lauren Lykins, sophomore pitcher, earned our "Galligaskin's Student Athlete of the Week" honor for the week of 2/18.

Lauren earned this honor for her play in the Graford tournament this past weekend. She was the winning pitcher in all three games and went 5 for 8 at the plate. The Lady Eagles outscored their three opponents (Olney, Bluff Dale & Graford) 44-16 to go on to win the tournament.

Congratulations, Lauren Lykins!

15 TCA Lady Eagles & Eagles Receive All-District Honor

February 28, 2019
By Joe Hamstra

Trinity Christian Academy had 15 Lady Eagle and Eagle basketball players receive TAPPS 4A District 2 honors this year. 

In addition, TCA also had two players receive overall district awards. Sophomore, Stefani Gabaldon was named TAPPS 4A District 2 Newcomer of the Year and sophomore, Luke Carson was named TAPPS 4A District 2 Offensive MVP.

Lady Eagles:

Honorable Mention All District :  

  • Madison Fowler, sophomore
  • Lauren Young, sophomore

2nd Team All District:  

  • Jordan Diomede, senior
  • Cooper Moore, senior

1st Team All District:  

  • Stefani Gabaldon, sophomore
  • Maggie Nichols, senior
  • Emma Quarles, senior


District Newcomer of the Year: Stefani Gabaldon, sophomore

Eagles:

Honorable Mention All District:  

  • Colton Blair, sophomore
  • Tucker Crumpler, junior
  • Zach Godbey, junior

2nd Team All District:  

  • Cody Athey, senior
  • Matthew Hoffman, senior
  • Jackson Lewis, senior

1st Team All District:  

  • Luke Carson, sophomore
  • Preston Gist, senior

District Offensive MVP: Luke Carson, sophomore

BOYS Basketball All District (L to R):  Colton Blair, Tucker Crumpler, Matthew Hoffman, Jackson Lewis, Zach Godbey, Preston Gist, Luke Carson (not pictured: Cody Athey)

 

GIRLS Basketball All District (L to R): Madison Fowler, Stefani Gabaldon, Maggie Nichols, Jordan Diomede, Lauren Young (not pictured: Cooper Moore & Emma Quarles)

 

What my parents made me do when I wanted to quit the team

February 20, 2019
By Joe Hamstra

"When I was a freshman in high school, my basketball team was small. In fact, it was so small that we didn’t have a freshmen or JV team. My coach was tough. He had high expectations and conducted physically and mentally demanding practices. I suited varsity, but only got in the last-minute or two (if we were winning by enough). Essentially, I only had the opportunity to play in practice. However, I battled, knowing that next year could be my year."

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