Blessed Trinity’s Athletics Program
The athletics program at Blessed Trinity is designed to provide skill development in sports along with legitimate competition. While winning is one measure of success, we believe trying something new, learning, setting goals and being part of a team are just as worthwhile in achieving.
The Blessed Trinity Tigers are affiliated with the South Side Youth Organization (SSYO), a private school conference with 21 members. SSYO offers competition for 4th through 8th graders in different sports during the school year. Blessed Trinity hosts its own soccer clinic for kindergarten-3rd grade students as well as its own 2nd and 3rd grade basketball league, for which all 2nd and 3rd grade boys and girls may participate and compete against other area Catholic and private schools.
Player participation fees are charged for each sport, but our school philosophy is that no one will be barred from a team because of inability to pay. Blessed Trinity will offer sports in which there are sufficient player registrations to field at least one team. Registration periods are announced season by season. Typically we have teams for:
- Soccer in the fall, 4th-8th grade, boys and girls
- Volleyball in the fall, 4th-8th grade, girls
- Basketball in the winter, 4th-8th grade, boys and girls
- Baseball in the spring, 4th-8th grade, boys
- Softball in the spring, 4th-8th grade, girls
Blessed Trinity Athletics Association (BTAA)
The athletics board is looking for new members! Do you have athletes participating in programs at Blessed Trinity or future athletes that will participate in the next few years? Are you looking for a way to become more involved in the athletics association at Blessed Trinity? If you answered yes to either of these questions, please consider becoming a member of the Blessed Trinity Athletics Association (BTAA). The BTAA meets on the first Wednesday of the month, and it is a fun and exciting part of Blessed Trinity. For more information, feel free to contact either of the athletic directors, Matt Miller or Lisa Caron, or our principal Patrick O’Keefe. Go Tigers!
BTAA Can Drive
Bring empty aluminum cans to the trailer found in the Nicollet Campus parking lot. All proceeds will benefit Blessed Trinity Athletics.
Additional Sports Opportunities
In addition to what Blessed Trinity offers and because of our partnership with Academy of Holy Angels, Blessed Trinity’s seventh and eighth graders can play sports that aren’t offered through BT’s sporting program—like Swimming, Golf, Cross Country and more! Contact AHA’s Athletic Director, Michael Kautzman, for more information.