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10/09/2021
FOOTBALL UPDATE   The Eagles have won 4 straight as they...

09/24/2021
The Girls Basketball team will have their first Pre-Season meeting...

09/21/2021
Schedule for Tuesday, October 19th:   V Boys Soccer v....

09/15/2021
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY UPDATES: The Girls Cross Country team was...

09/15/2021
GIRLS SOCCER UPDATES:   Girls Freshman Soccer beat...

09/15/2021
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY UPDATES:   The Boys XC team came out...

09/13/2021
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL UPDATES: The Trumbull Girls Volleyball team defeated...

09/13/2021
BOYS SOCCER UPDATES: Varsity defeated New Canaan by a score of...

09/13/2021
GIRLS SWIMMING/DIVING UPDATES: Congratulations to the Trumbull...

09/10/2021
FIELD HOCKEY UPDATES: The varsity field hockey team beat Stamford...
 

FOOTBALL UPDATE

 

The Eagles have won 4 straight as they went to Stamford Saturday afternoon and beat the Black Knights 48-0. Hunter Agosti had 3 TD passes and 1 running. Corbin Smith had 2 running TD’s and 1 receiving. Justin Delaney opened the scoring with a 50 yard TD reception. Owen Solano also had 1 receiving TD. The Eagle defense continues to dominate their opponents as they pitched their second consecutive shutout and have not allowed a touchdown in 9 quarters. Defensively, the Eagles were led by Jake Peterson Amr Othman, Cooper Dayton, Jordan Black, and Dylan Moran. Amr Othman recovered a fumble in the end zone for a TD for the 4-1 Eagles.

 

 

Trumbull beat Westhill 44-0.

 

Corbin Smith : Rushing: 5 for 66yds and 2 touchdowns and 10 receptions for 153 yds and 2 tds.

 

Hunter Agosti : 19 for 31 for 270 yds and 3 tds

 

Owen Solano: Also scored on a 25 yd touchdown reception.

 

Matt Inzitari blocked a punt which was recovered by Dylan Moran for a score. The Eagle defense was led by the line backing corp of Jake Peterson, Jordan Black and Amr Othman. The defensive line of Dylan Moran, Cooper Dayton, Xavier Richardson and Jake Delfino stopped Westhill’s ground game as the Eagles accounted for a safety as well as a shutout. The Eagles allowed only 2 first downs and have let up 7 points in the last 8 quarters.


by posted 10/09/2021

The Girls Basketball team will have their first Pre-Season meeting on Monday, November 8th at 2:30 in the Senior Lounge.

They will hold a second and final Pre-Season meeting on Monday, November 22nd at 2:30 in the Senior Lounge. 

Anyone interested in trying out for the team should plan to attend both meetings.

 

Rugby is coming to Trumbull High School! We are excited to announce that we will have our very first Trumbull Eagles rugby team this Spring. There will be a pre-season Boys and Girls Rugby Team meeting on Monday, October 18th immediately after school at 2:45 in the Senior Lounge for any high school student interested in participating on the boys or girls teams. This meeting is an informational session only for anyone interested in learning more about the exciting sport of rugby and the plans for our inaugural season.  This is not the official season sign-up and no prior rugby experience is needed.  

 

There will be pizza, snacks and beverages served, so come by and bring your friends!

 

Questions?  Contact Coach J.T. Smith at 


by posted 09/24/2021

Schedule for Tuesday, October 19th:

 

V Boys Soccer v. Brien McMahon
Away - Brien McMahon High School-Pride Field
5:45 p.m./4:00 PM; 1 Bus bus  


JV Boys Soccer v. Brien McMahon
Away - Brien McMahon High School-Pride Field
4:00 p.m./2:45 PM; 1 Bus bus

FR Boys Soccer v. Norwalk
Away - Nathan Hale MS-Callahan Complex at Nathan Hale Upper
4:30 p.m./3:00 PM; 1 Bus bus


FR Field Hockey v. Staples
Home - Trumbull High School-Cork Field

5:30 p.m.


by posted 09/21/2021

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY UPDATES:

The Girls Cross Country team was named the Ruden Report Team of the Week and would like to thank the THS community for supporting them in the vote. The girls capped off a tremendous fall regular season sweeping Ludlowe, Stamford, and Darien - ending with a 13-2 record. The varsity team finished tied for first in the western division and is ranked in the top 7 teams in the state. The weekend was highlighted by our sophomores placing second at the Manhattan College Invitational. Senior Kali Holden had an impressive week, winning the last regular season meet and placing 12th at the Eastern State Championship race. Congrats ladies and good luck at FCIACs next Wednesday.

 

The Girls Cross Country team was named the Ruden Report Team of the Week and would like to thank the THS community for supporting them in the vote. The girls capped off a tremendous fall regular season sweeping Ludlowe, Stamford, and Darien - ending with a 13-2 record. The varsity team finished tied for first in the western division and is ranked in the top 7 teams in the state. The weekend was highlighted by our sophomores placing second at the Manhattan College Invitational. Senior Kali Holden had an impressive week, winning the last regular season meet and placing 12th at the Eastern State Championship race. Congrats ladies and good luck at FCIACs next Wednesday.


by posted 09/15/2021

GIRLS SOCCER UPDATES:
 

Girls Freshman Soccer beat Fairfield Warde 4-0. Lyla Petitti scored 2 goals, Emma Pannaman scored one goal, and Jane Hall scored the last goal.


by posted 09/15/2021

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY UPDATES:

 

The Boys XC team came out on top of league rivals Greenwich, Norwalk and Bridgeport today to raise their record to 6-0 on the season. The scores were:

 

THS 24 - Greenwich 31

 

THS 15   Norwalk 50

 

THS 15  Bridgeport 50

 

The team was led for the second week in a row by the trio of Mohammed Abunar, David Carillo and Bronson Vo. Abunar took top honors with a time of 15:50 which is the 9th fastest time ever run by an Eagle on our home course. Carillo's time of 15:51 moved onto the record board as well at #10. Varuhan Edwards was our fourth finisher in 7th overall, while Zach Falzone rounded out the THS scoring in 10th place overall. 

 

Wilton Invitational Summary

Freshman

Our Frosh kicked things off as 12 of them competed against only their peers today. A total of 12 teams and 133 runners were in this race. Parker Seastrong started off in about 20th place, while working his way up throughout the race. Teammate Nolan Carbone did the same. Seastrong came in to the final field with about 600 meters to go having moved up to  third place. He managed to overtake a New Canaan athlete with about 400 meters to go to end up in second place to pace the THS freshman. Carbone moved up nicely as well, before falling a bit off the pace in the final stages to place 9th overall. Their times to make the top 10 were 8:28 and 8:54 respecitvely. Next for the team was Michael Kay in 24th (9:18), followed by  Jaspreet Singh in 28th (9:22) and William Lennon in 56th (10:13). 

 The freshman placed fourth as a team with 92 points behind league rivals New Canaan and Greenwhich. 

 JV

 This turned out to be a very exciting race as from the beginning THS had four runners near the front. Senior Troy Gromley led the pack as he picked off runners in the second half of the race to finish a  very strong 2nd overall in the JV race. His time was 19:03. A trio of Eagles followed just behind throughout much of the race, as Sophomores Braden Fruin and Patrick Allen were joined by Johannes Rhysse. Allen had started the first mile slowly but quickly passed many athletes to put himself in contention. Jack Pellicone was just behind this group and likewise he ran a strong second half of the race, passing many runners along the way. 

 In the end Fruin placed 6th (19:24) with Allen right behind in 7th *(19:27). Pellicone was our fourth runner in the top 10 as he ended up in 10th place (19:30). Our fifth scorer was Liam Hilleary who was 22nd overall (20:13). Rhysse had a difficult last 3/4 mile as he ended up in 38th place (21:00) after being in the top 10 for much of the race. 

The JV ended up with 47 points. That was just behind the winners and league rivals from Staples who recorded 41. Still it was a fine showing by our JV with a total of 17 teams in the competition. A total of 183 runners finished the JV race. 

 Varsity

As the day progressed it became hotter and hotter and the Varsity had the toughest conditions with the temperature at nearly 80 with high humidity. Bronson Vo and Mohammed Abunar got out well as both were in the top 10 after the first mile. David Carillo had a somewhat slow start but had a terrific second half of the race. Vo got as high as 6th place before succumbing to a very bad blister on the back of his ankle. He managed to hold on and place 12th despite the extra pain. Meanwhile Abunar ran very strong at the end to place 8th as our top finisher with a very good time of 17:01. Carillo was right behind in 10th finishing in 17:07, as the top 10th grader in the race. Also of note is that the winner of Tuesday's race from Wilton was behind all three of these runners, while the second finisher in Tuesday's race finished right between Abunar and Carillo. 

Zach Falzone was our 4th finisher as he persevered through some heat related issues to place 80th (19:26) while Ryan Klaiber was our final scorer in 19:36., for 84th place.

As with the JV race, there were 17 teams in the race. THS ended up 4th with 176 points, as Staples won with 90. 147 runners completed the Varsity race today. 

 

The Boys XC team started out the season 3-0 with wins over Wilton. Warde and Brien McMahon. Bronson Vo, David Carillo and Mohammed Abunar paced the team taking 3rd, 4th and 5th overall in the meet. Our other scorers were Tommy Pittagora and Ryan Klaiber. 


by posted 09/15/2021

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL UPDATES:

The Trumbull Girls Volleyball team defeated Wilton 3-1 in an important FCIAC match-up. The Eagles won set 1 25-22 before dropping the second set 20-25. The Eagles fought hard to take set 3 25-22 and after falling behind early in set 4 came storming back to take the set 25-17. The Eagles offense was led by Jamie McPartland with 14 kills and Camdyn Roth with 17 kills. Jamie Willix had 20 digs and 3 service aces. Maggie Carley had 36 assists, 11 digs, 2 blocks and 5 aces. Julia Grillo added to the strong service game with 9 aces. The Eagles are now 9-5 and improved to 6-4 in the FCIAC. They will take on in town rival St Joes on Wednesday at 5:30! 

 

The Trumbull Girls Volleyball team defeated Stamford 3-0 to improve their record to 7-5 (4-4 in FCIAC play). The Eagles had a well rounded attack led by Maggie Carley with 9 kills and 14 assists, Camdyn Roth with 7 kills and 6 digs and Sienna Hoefer with 4 kills and 5 digs. Jaime McMahon added 14 assists and 2 aces while Sammi Agostin added 6 kills and 3 aces. The Eagles won the sets 25-14, 25-9 and 25-8. Trumbull will take on Staples on Friday afternoon. 

 

The Varsity Girls Volleyball team defeated Bridgeport Central 3-0 to improve to 6-5 (3-4 FCIAC). The scores were 25-6, 25-3 and 25-6. The Eagles set the tone from the service line with 11 aces from Julia Grillo, 9 aces from Maggie Carley and 7 aces from Jamie Willix. Carley added 16 assists while Camdyn Roth and Ari Gjonbalaj added 3 kills each. The Eagles will play Stamford at home tomorrow at 5:30.

 

The Trumbull Girls Volleyball Team defeated Danbury 3-0 to improve to 5-1 (2-0 FCIAC). The Eagles were lead by Junior Camdyn Roth with 10 kills and 11 digs and Junior Maggie Carley with 32 assists and 3 kills. Senior Jamie Willix added 9 digs while juniors Sienna Hoefer and Sammi Agostin added 6 kills each. The set scores were 25-17, 25-17 and 25-14. The Eagles will travel to Darien on Saturday to take on the Blue Wave.

 

The Trumbull Eagles defeated the Westhill Viking 3-0 in a rematch of the 2019 State Final. The scores were 25-20, 25-18 and 25-18. The Eagles led by Camdyn Roth with 11 kills, 11 digs and 2 blocks, Sienna Hoeffer with 4 kills and 5 digs and Maggie Carley with 35 assists, 3 kills and 3 aces. Jamie Willix added 12 digs and 3 aces. The Eagles will return home to face Danbury on Thursday at 5:30.

 

The Trumbull Girls Volleyball Team defeated Masuk 3-0 (25-15, 25-14 and 25-20) to improve their record to 2-0 on the season. The Eagles were led by Junior Outside Camdyn Roth with 10 kills and 6 digs, Senior middle Jamie McPartland with 6 kills, Senior Libero Jamie Willix with 12 digs and Junior Setter Maggie Carley with 25 assists and 5 aces. The Eagles will play Greenwich on Wednesday at 4pm in Trumbull. 


by posted 09/13/2021

BOYS SOCCER UPDATES:

Varsity defeated New Canaan by a score of 1-0.  Stefan Cordas had the goal with Richard MacDaniel picking up the assist.  Jack Lumpinski kept the shutout in goal.  We are 4-1-1 over our last 6 games and our next match is at McMahon tonight at 5:45.

 

Our JV boys soccer team also defeated New Canaan by a score of 5-2.  Gustavo Tessaro, Gabriel Moraes, Aaron Roth, Kyle Helminger and Pablo Reyes all with a goal each.  Their next game is also at McMahon this afternoon.

 


by posted 09/13/2021

GIRLS SWIMMING/DIVING UPDATES:

Congratulations to the Trumbull Lady Eagles Swim Team on their third victory of the season over Norwalk 103- 78. A big congratulations goes out to our seniors Erin Racicot, Lauren Walsh, Norah Hampford, Kailey Cabellero, and Olivia Zint on leading the girls to a big victory on their Senior Night! Congrats on a great four years Seniors!! 


by posted 09/13/2021

FIELD HOCKEY UPDATES:

The varsity field hockey team beat Stamford 4-2. Erin Foley had a goal, Maura Carbone had a goal and 2 assists, and Kayla Barbagallo had 2 goals and an assist. Our play for pink fundraising will continue when the freshman take on Staples at 5:30 on Tuesday. 

 

The Varsity Field Hockey beat St. Joe's 5-0. Kayla Barbagallo had 2 goals. Lexi Santoro had a goal and an assist, Lyndsay Guzzetta had a goal and 2 assists, Erin Foley had a goal and an assist, and Rania Ahmed had an assist. Jenny Flynn had the shutout. 

 

The Varsity Field Hockey team beat Danbury 3-0 on senior night. Goals were scored by Maddie Minella and Maura Carbone (2). Assists came from Kayla Barbagallo and Lyndsay Guzzetta. 

 

The Trumbull varsity field hockey team played to a tough 2-2 tie with Norwalk. Erin Foley had a goal and an assist. Kayla Barbagallo scored a goal with an assist from Maura Carbone. Rania Ahmed and Shea Hanna made great sacrifices for their team in this game, we appreciate their efforts. 

 

The Varsity Field Hockey team beat Westhill 4-0 on Saturday. Lexi Santoro and Kayla Barbagallo each had one goal and Maura Carbone had 2. Assists came from Kayla Barbagallo, Lexi Santoro, and Lyndsay Guzzetta. Jenny Flynn had the shutout. 

JV field hockey beat Westhill on Saturday. Offense was led by Bella Marchelli, Lia Mora, and Finley Gray while Kaia Summ and Madi Terranova were solid on defense. Katie Rhodes recorded the shutout in goal. 

 

Varsity field hockey beat Warde 3-0. Goalie Jenny Flynn had a shutout performance with support from the defensive line. Goals were scored by Devon Watson, Maura Carbone, and Lyndsay Guzzetta with an assist from Meg Smith. 

JV field hockey beat Warde  2-1. Goals were scored by Bella Marchelli and Anna Geraghty. Dani Curtin was stellar on defense.

 

 


by posted 09/10/2021

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