Athletics News

List of 8 news stories.

  • Comeback win for Varsity Softball

    Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team for their 22-18 win over Miami Christian to improve to 4-1 on the year. After going ahead 4-0 in the top of the 1st, the game went back and forth until the Falcons found themselves trailing 18-14 heading into the 6th inning. The Falcons would score five runs in the 6th and tack on three more in the 7th to propel them to a 22-18 road win. Caroline Zamek '22 continues to get it done at the plate, going 3-4 with five RBI's. Kaitlin Burnitz '22 went 4-5 while scoring three runs. 

    Go Falcons!
  • Varsity Girls Lacrosse Notches First Win

    Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Lacrosse team for defeating Lourdes 10-9 to earn their first win of the year! The game went back and forth for much of the first half before the Falcons found themselves trailing 9-5 midway through the second half. The Falcons then rattled off five straight goals with the go-ahead and final goal coming with just over five minutes remaining. The defense stayed strong in the final minutes to ensure a victory. 

    Go Falcons!
  • Varsity Baseball Wins in Extra Innings

    Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team for defeating Doctors Charter 8-7 in eight innings on the road. Charles Fornaris '23 earned the win on the mound while Carlos Calleja '21 came in for the save. Gabriel Rodriguez '20 continues his torrid pace to start the year, going 2-4 with a double, a triple, and two RBI's. Joseph Sulkes '20 went 2-5 with two runs scored. The Falcons (2-3) will travel to Miami Country Day on Thursday, March 12th at 7:00 pm. 

    Go Falcons! 
  • Walk-Off from Crews Propels Falcons over Carrollton

    Finding themselves trailing by two runs heading into the bottom of the 7th inning, the Varsity Softball team kept their composure and strung together a series of hits to escape with a 13-12 victory over Carrollton. Down by a run, Caroline Zamek '21 tripled, followed by Emme Fundora's game tying RBI double. A few batters later, Callie Crews '25 came to the plate with the bases loaded and hit a walk-off single to give the Falcons the win. Emme Fundora '23 got the win on the mound with nine strikeouts and went 2-4 with an RBI at the plate. Hannah Baron '22 went 4-4 with two RBI's. The Falcons (3-1) will travel to Miami Christian on Thursday, March 12th at 4:00 pm. 

    Go Falcons! 
  • Senior Spotlight: Gabriel Rodriguez

    Since Gabriel Rodriguez started playing baseball at this age of four, he found his home in the middle infield positions. However, when he was brought up to Palmer Trinity’s Varsity Baseball team and noticed there was a gap at the catcher position, he was quick to volunteer. Just a few years later, Rodriguez has mastered arguably the most difficult position in baseball, has been selected to the South Florida Baseball Conference First Team and All-Dade Honorable Mentions two years running, and has signed to play baseball at NCAA Division II’s Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

    Palmer Trinity Varsity Baseball Associate Head Coach, Jeff Rose, notes that it was his unselfishness that allowed him to succeed at this new position. “The combination of talent and unselfishness is rarely found in high school athletes and Gabe Rodriguez has an abundance of both,” Rose explains. The senior, who travels throughout the state of Florida during summer on the Elite Performance travel team, notes that with younger players constantly looking up to him, he makes sure, no matter the circumstance, to keep spirit up through hustle and hard work.
    Rodriguez recalls his recruitment process as long and hard. He participated in numerous showcases and tournaments, sent out countless e-mails to coaches, and faced a life-altering decision. He considered Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), and Penn State, but ultimately chose Embry-Riddle, citing the highly ranked aerospace engineering program and successful baseball program as the combination that sold him. On signing day, Rodriguez was surrounded by his family, coaches, and the Palmer Trinity Class of 2020 as he emphatically announced his decision and thanked all those who worked tirelessly with him to get him to this point. Rodriguez recalls the best part as “being able to see how happy everyone was”.
    The staff at Embry-Riddle should be excited. Rodriguez’s senior year is off to a stellar start. He leads the team in batting average (.500), hits (5), runs (4), walks (3), is tied for the team lead in RBI’s (3) and homeruns (1), and is yet to strikeout. However, as successful as Rodriguez is on the baseball diamond, he is equally successful in the classroom. He believes his high academic marks are a direct result of his ability to balance academics with athletics and prioritize what needs to get done. Rodriguez looks forward to his next chapter and believes Palmer Trinity prepared him to succeed at the collegiate level.
    Off the diamond and outside of the classroom, the lover of sushi enjoys spending time with his friends and family and watching the sport he loves dearly. Additionally, he has been an active member of Big Brother Little Brother, hoping to mentor younger students. His favorite movie is Legend and favorite band is Anuel AA. Lastly, Rodriguez is an active contributor on Tik-Tok and encourages all to check out his page.
    Come out and support Gabriel and the rest of the Palmer Trinity Varsity Baseball team as their season is well underway and looking to compete for the South Florida Baseball Conference Championship.
    Go Falcons!
  • Varsity Softball Rolls Past Horeb Christian

    Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team for their 19-4 defeat of Horeb Christian to improve to 2-1 on the year. Megan Keller '21 earned the win on the mound. Caroline Zamek '22 had a monster day at the plate, going 3-4 and driving in five runs. Kaitlin Burnitz '21 went 2-3 and also added three RBI's while Callie Crews '25 went 1-1 while scoring two runs. The Falcons will host Carrollton on Tuesday, March 10th at 4:00pm. 

    Go Falcons!
  • Varsity Track & Field Shines in First Home Meet

    The Varsity Track & Field team hosted their first meet of the 2020 season and came away with overwhelmingly positive results. The Varsity Boys team finished first overall, outscoring second place Marathon 242-176. The Varsity Girls team placed second, behind only Marathon. 

    Our Falcon athletes also broke three school records during the meet. Corbin Berg '23 is the new record holder for Javelin at 27.03m, Gabriella Dorta '22 broke the 100m Hurdle record with her 17.22 time and Jose Corbo '21, Isaiah Thomas '21, Kyndal Royal '21, and Robbie Robertson '22 combined to finish the 4x100m Relay with a time of 46.45. 

    Congratulations to all participants! The Varsity Track & Field teams will travel to the Belen Meet on Tuesday. March 3rd at 3:00pm. 

    Go Falcons!
  • Opening Day Win for Varsity Softball

    Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team for defeating Pine Crest 8-5 for their first win of the season! The Falcons scored two runs in the first inning and never gave up the lead. Attie Crews '21 led the Falcons, going 3-4 with three RBI's and two runs scored. Caroline Zamek '22 went 2-4 and added an RBI and two runs. Emme Fundora earned the win, giving up only five hits and an earned run in seven innings pitched. The Falcons, 1-0, will host Somerset Silver Palms on Thursday, February 27th at 3:30pm. 

    Go Falcons!
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