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Glory Days: Trinity

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Trinity High School 1950-1951

 

THS-1951

Trinity High School in 1950-1951

Trinity High School in 1950-1951
The 1950-51 school year at Trinity High School was under the supervision of principal I.H. Koon. Back in these days the senior class had a lot of responsibility to take care of. The seniors were responsible for selecting class mascots as well as pick a class motto, class colors, and a class flower. The class of 1951 selected Carla Ann Croker and Jimmy Hill to be their class mascots. “Take the world as you find it, but leave it better” became the class’ motto, while maroon and white became the class colors. The seniors selected the white rose to be their class flower. As the school year progress many exciting things happened at Trinity High School. Donald Hancock and Belva Frazier were selected as High School King and Queen of the Harvest Festival. Betty Jo Davis was selected as the 1950 Homecoming Queen. Sports at Trinity fared pretty well through th

e season. The football team of 1950, led by head coach Millard Coble, finished a pretty successful season with a 3-3-3 record. The Bulldogs defeated Guilford, who at the time was the North Piedmont Conference Champs, by a score of 7 to 0. The co-captains for the 1950 team was Jack Stilley and Bobby Fulp. Alternate co-captains were Charles Gregory and Duane Smith. Basketball also had a pretty successful season for the Bulldogs of Trinity. By the time the yearbook was printed, both the men’s and women’s basketball team were undefeated. The biggest win for the women’s basketball team came when they defeated Liberty by a score of 108 to 42. The men’s basketball team of 1950-51 looked to claim their sixth straight County Championship and picked up impressive wins over Farmer and Seagrove.

THS-Football 1951

1950 Football Team

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