Geneva, OH-In a dominating display of skill and teamwork, the Trinity Trojans dominated the field against the St. John Heralds, securing a resounding victory with a final score of 38-6.

The first quarter saw Trinity’s Theo Jackson charging into the end zone with a powerful 3-yard run, securing the first touchdown of the game. Jonathan Rosa’s successful extra point kick extended Trinity’s lead to 21-0.

The second quarter continued the Trojans’ dominance, with Theo Jackson once again making his mark with a 1-yard touchdown run. Jonathon Rosa’s precise extra point kick added to the mounting lead, now at 28-0.

As the clock dwindled in the second quarter, Trinity’s special teams joined the scoring frenzy. Damonte McKenzie returned a punt an impressive 45 yards for yet another touchdown. Jonathan Rosa’s consistent performance earned Trinity another extra point, further widening the gap to 35-0.

The fourth quarter saw no relenting from Trinity’s side. Jonathon Rosa exhibited his kicking prowess, nailing a 26-yard field goal, bringing the score to 38-0.

St. John’s Heralds managed to break through Trinity’s defense later in the fourth quarter, as Vin Narducci connected with Will Anderson for a 40-yard touchdown pass. Unfortunately for St. John, the extra point attempt was unsuccessful, leaving them with 6 points.

As the final whistle blew, the scoreboard read Trinity Trojans 38, St. John Heralds 6. The Heralds, now standing at 0-1, are set to face Wickliffe in week 2, aiming to bounce back from this defeat. Meanwhile, the victorious Trinity Trojans, starting their season strong at 1-0, are geared up to clash with the Hawken Hawks in week 2, promising an exciting continuation to their campaign.