Dear Senior-Athletes, Student-Athletes, Parents, and Fans,
As we concluded the year with our JV & Varsity Athletic Celebration, my wish for you is that you see the light in all we accomplished in athletics this school year. I pray that you know the goodness in yourself, the sport and others. I see the greatness in all of you and what makes Palmer Trinity School so unique. We achieved some incredible goals in 2018, yet we have so much more we will do moving forward. We won Meets, District Championships, Conference Championships and a State Championship, but our best wins were the lessons learned from our coaches and teammates.
Seniors, thank you for all the beautiful memories. My hope for you is that you never forget PTS and that the lessons you learned on the playing field carry you well in life. Please know you will always have a place in our heart at Palmer Trinity School. Believe in yourself for you are stronger than you know. Fill your heart with laughter and smile often, as the world can be distant and unkind. You are ready and know we love you.
Returning Student-Athletes, I hope that you learned to win with grace and lose without shame. I hope you compliment others and be proud of your accomplishments. Continue to work hard, but know your limits. You are unique, special, and amazing athletes! There will never be another you. Enjoy your time at Palmer Trinity School and always work hard to represent your coach, team and school.
Parents and fans, thank you for your love and support. Our student-athletes are energized when they see you in the stands. Your presence at games, meets, and matches excites our athletes. I hope we made you proud. Please never stop loving and supporting Palmer Trinity School Athletics.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Lacrosse team for winning the 2018 District Tournament by defeating Coral Shores 9-3. The girls will look to continue their incredible run in the upcoming Regional Semifinals.
Following a 17-10 win over Coral Reef High School, the Palmer Trinity Varsity Girls Lacrosse team has won the FHSAA Class 1A District 32 for the regular season. The Falcons will also be the top seed in the district tournament. Kathryn Green led the way in the win with nine goals, Samantha Galgano added three, and Casey McCarthy scored twice. Jacqueline Goodrich, Brittney Lary, and Daniela de Sola also added goals of their own. The girls remain undefeated and will look to continue their hot streak on Monday, April 9th at 3:30 pm against Palmetto High School.
The Varsity Girls Lacrosse team traveled all the way down to Key West and came back with a convincing 18-6 victory. This marks the tenth straight game the Falcons have won to open up the season as they sit at a perfect 10-0. The girls will travel to Coral Reef on Friday, April 6th for a 4:30 pm game.