Trinity’s Week in Sports Jan. 8-Jan.14

Trinity’s Recap of Dec. 25-Jan. 6:

Trinity High School Boys

The Trinity Varsity boys traveled to Portland to play 3A Westside Christian on 12/27. The boys played well and kept a steady lead winning 65-54. Cash Niemeyer had a career-high 30 points, and Matthew Eidler finished with 29 points. The JV boys played Butte Falls/Crater Lake Charter on 1/2. The boys dominated from the start and were led by Niko Utu’s game-high 18 points. The Varsity boys played their first league game against Rogue Valley Adventist Academy (RVAA) on 1/3. After a rough start of being down 12-0, the boys rallied and ended up outscoring RVAA by 33 points the rest of the game. Matthew Eidler had a game-high 25 points. The boys are currently 8-4 and ranked #11 in the state. Good luck this week!

Trinity Middle School Girls:

The girls played Redmond’s 6th grade A team and Crook County’s 6th-grade team this weekend. The girls, led by Kate Mawdsley, Sydney Stevens, and Lexi Valentine, lost to Redmond’s 6th-grade team and beat Crook County by 6 points. The girls have 3 wins and 3 losses this season. The girls’ next COBO games will not be until Jan. 21. Keep up the great work girls!

Trinity 5/6 Boys Basketball Team:

The boys played Mt. View 5th grade Black and Madras this weekend at Summit. The boys started off hot (up 14-4) but lost to Mt. View 5th Grade Black 50-32. The boys took some lessons learned from the first game and dominated Madras from the start. The boys won 40-16 and were led by Nicolas Jarufe’s scoring. The boys’ next COBO games will not be until Jan. 20.

Trinity 7/8 Boys Basketball Team:

The boys played Madras 8th grade and Mt. View 8th grade B team this weekend in Madras. The boys, who have been hampered by sickness this season, beat Madras 50-44. They were led by Kyle Gilbert Jr.’s  29 points and Forrest Reinhart’s 13. The boys lost their second game 58-49. The boys were down by 20 points at one point and fought back to only being down 5 points. Kyle Gilbert Jr.’s 34 points and Forrest Reinhart’s 10 points, along with the help of several other players, led the comeback. The boys never gave up and fought to the very end. The boys’ next COBO games will not be until Jan. 20 and Jan. 21.

This Weeks Games 

High School Boys Basketball:

Jan. 9: Game at Home versus Central Christian at 5:00pm
Jan. 10: Game away at Gilchrist at 5:30pm 

Jan. 12: Game at Home versus Gilchrist at 6:00pm

Games and practice times are subject to change. All changes can be found at:
Middle School Sports:


Most of you have probably seen or heard the theme for this year’s basketball season, “MAKE HIM KNOWN.” We at Trinity have a great opportunity to be out in the community with our participation in sports leagues around Central Oregon. Even though at times the scheduling is not ideal, we believe that our positive presence in the community will help further the spreading of the gospel of Jesus. We hope all coaches, players, parents, and spectators will live by the “MAKE HIM KNOWN” theme by our coaching, playing, cheering, and support. To God be the GLORY, and may He continue to bless the sports program here at Trinity and all the people involved.

Looking for a donation opportunity to help our goal of “MAKE HIM KNOWN”  or ways to help Trinity sports programs? Please consider being part of the Trinity Booster Club. All donations made go directly to providing all uniforms, league fees, officiating costs, team fees, and all opportunities associated with sports. We will be accepting donations all year, but if you want to get on the 2108 banner, you need to turn in your donation by January 9. See attachments for more information, or contact me at

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