For those present, many of whom reside in and around Louisville, it was a long-awaited collision course, as the #3 team in the country -Trinity High School -faced off against St. Xavier, on Friday October 2ndat Papa Johns Stadium.


Jailen Reed


Jacob Woosley


Jacob is a 3 year letterman on the varsity football team and a 1 year letterman in baseball. He was selected as a student ambassador the last 2 years for Trinity and is a senior class officer. He is currently tutoring students several hours a week at St. Edward School. Jacob plans to pursue a degree in Engineering after graduation.
Cory Chitwood

St. Xavier (KY)

Corey has earned a 3.976 GPA in Saint Xavier Honors and AP academic program. He is a member of the National Honor Society as well as the Spanish National Honor Society. Cory is a four year member of the football team and recently participated in the Hand in Hand Ministries trip where students and staff constructed a home in Belize. After graduation, Corey plans to pursue a degree in Biomedical Engineering.


Dennis Lampley


Dennis began his career as a United States Marines Officer stationed with the 1st Marine Division. Captain Lampley left the Marines to begin his high school coaching career and has now been a member of the Trinity football community for 15 years where he has led the Shamrocks as both a coach and athletics director, always keeping in mind the integrity of the game and the history of the school and sport. A three time state championship coach, Dennis and Alan Dunhoff were instrumental in the growth of the Great American Rivalry Series when in 2007 they welcomed it to the annual Trinity vs St Xavier game and encouraged other schools nationwide to participate in the Rivalry Series. We are pleased to recognize this pioneer in high school sports with his induction into the 2015 class of Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame.
Alan Dunhoff

St. Xavier (KY)

In his 38 years associated with St. Xavier, Alan has starred as a basketball player, coach and Athletics Director where he is currently in his 21st year. In 1998, while serving as Athletic Director for St. Xavier, Alan played a vital role in making it possible for the St. Xavier and Trinity football game to be the first night game ever played in Papa John’s Stadium. His support and leadership throughout high school sports is recognized nationwide as is his support of the Great American Rivalry Series. We are pleased to highlight that leadership and support tonight with his induction into the 2015 Class of the Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame.


Behind a big first-half ground effort by Jailen Reed and a superb performance from its secondary in the second half, the Trinity High School football team slogged its way to victory over its biggest rival. Reed rushed for 144 yards and three touchdowns –all in the first half –and three Trinity defensive backs intercepted passes in the second as the Shamrocks beat St. Xavier 20-15 in front of a rain-soaked crowd at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. “In rivalries like this, you find a way to win,” Trinity coach Bob Beatty said. “I thought our kids showed a tremendous amount of chest there, especially in the second half. I’m pleased with the win, but we have a lot of room to get better.”