Trinity hosts Christian rapper Lamar Riddick for halftime show at first football game

It’s that time again. Football season.

And Trinity Christian School gets to experience that for the first time under new lights and renovations that allow for tackling and a special performance.

John Fowkes, athletic director and assistant football coach, said the construction process took a few months, but credited Anderson Excavating for moving it along in a timely fashion. Fowkes added that it would not be possible without the help of the faculty, staff and community members.

Turner Lawrence, senior at Trinity Christian School, is an offensive guard and defensive tackle. He is looking forward to seeing his friends and family at the games.

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