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The Trinity Shamrocks and the St. Xavier Tigers are consistently two of the best teams in the state of Kentucky and the two most nationally recognized from the state. The teams first played against each other in 1956, and 2019 marks the 86th meeting between the two powerhouse programs.
Trinity suffered a 21-7 loss last year, shrinking the gap in the rivalry record to 17-8 in Trinity’s favor.


Jack Dingle
Trinity High School


Jackson Riney

Trinity High School

Jackson’s extracurricular activities include Football, Green Cross Service Club, Saint Peter and Paul Society, House Captain, Student Ambassador, Vice-President of Best Buddies Club, Intramural Basketball, National Honor Society, Beta Club and Student Representative.
Doug Bodhaine

Saint Xavier High School

Doug has battled back from two significant knee injuries while maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA while undertaking an academic program that included five AP courses in his senior year. Doug is the Vice-President of Saint X Student Council, President of the Science and Social Justice Club, Board Member of the Louisville Chapter of our Earth New, member of the Ryken Service Club Leadership Team and a member of the Saint Xavier Chapter of the National Honor Society.


Trinity, the team whose defense is allowing just 9.5 points per game this season, proved hard to beat for St. Xavier this year. The Shamrocks’ offense faltered at times, missing a few field goals throughout the night, but in the end their defense sealed the team’s victory. This win avenges Trinity’s 21-7 loss to St. X last year.