Friday, August 01, 2008

Trinity Hits the Practice Field Thinking About Bluegrass Four-Peat


Trinity's run for a fourth straight Kentucky Class 6-A title will rest on the right arm of senior quarterback Cameron Smyth, who has some big shoes to fill. Smyth and the Shamrocks hit the practice field this morning as practice began across the state of Kentucky.

Smyth takes over for Will Stein, who led the Shamrocks to the schools 18th over Kentucky high school football championship while throwning for 3,697 yards and 54 touchdowns. Head coach Bob Beatty also has to replace wide receiver twins Nathan and Alex Dutton, who were the team's top two pass catchers. On the good side, the other two starting receivers from last year's squad, Scott Radcliff and William Leach are back.

Trinity finished 13-2 in 2007 and ranked #23 in the final USA Today high school football rankings.

To read more about the outlook for 2008, please click here for a story from the Courier-Journal in Louisville.

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