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TRINITY TITANS

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BISMARCK — The Titans escaped Miller Field in Bismarck standing tall in Class B Region 4 following a shoot-out victory in a pairing featuring two top 5 teams. The Shiloh Christian Skyhawks stayed in the back and forth game through the entirety of the competition, but would fall short in a 49-35 loss to Trinity.
"I love Trinity. I don’t want to leave. But I know that God has a greater good in mind and I’m really focused on that God has a greater plan for me," Father Kregg Hochhalter said.
DICKINSON- Eight teams battled to advance to State at the Dickinson Trinity Golf Regional Team Qualifier at Heart River Golf Course May 19.
Joe Jordan, a much-loved, long-time Trinity Catholic Schools custodian was honored in a dedication Wednesday to his years of service to the school.
Brooklyn Berger, a Trinity Catholic Schools senior, won the West Dakota Chevy Major Scholarship totaling $5,000. Berger has also been selected as the winner of the Sax Motor Co. $500 Scholarship through the Chamber Leadership Dickinson Program.
“It is fun to see some different athletes. We have so much snow sitting around in our area, we had to travel a ways just to get in a meet and this is only our second meet of the year… A lot of personal best today and real close to state qualifying effort so that is what we were trying to do today and just to see where we are at," Trinity head coach Craig Kovash said.

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The 2022 season will be the last for Trinity boys track and field head coach Craig Kovash.
2014 was also the last time Hazen appeared in the Region 7 championship game.
The Titans held Heart River to their worst offensive output of the season in the quarterfinals of the Region 7 tournament.

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