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    Mark Speckman: "Figure it Out"

    By Kenneth Rhodes '14

    Mark Speckman, a highly respected and successful college football coach, spoke to Palmer Trinity students and teachers about “figuring it out” during a special convocation last week. Mr. Speckman was born without hands, and he has only four toes. But none of this has stopped him from enjoying life and being successful, both on and off the field. The event was made possible by Athletic Director Jake von Scherrer.


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    'Going 5-for-5 is Definitely a First'

    By Vitor Pagano '16

    The Falcons just experienced the most successful season in School history, with all five varsity teams making it to regionals. “Going 5-for-5 is definitely a first for Palmer Trinity School,” said Athletic Director Jake von Scherrer.

    Here are some other noteworthy highlights:

    Boys’ soccer and girls’ basketball won districts, girls’ soccer won regionals and made it to States. Boys’ basketball not only defeated Westminster Christian for the first time in four years, but they also made it through districts for the first time in at least as many years.

    “ It felt great to beat Westminster, especially considering we got blown out by them twice during the regular season. Hearing everyone say how we had no chance, it felt great proving everyone wrong,” said Jarrett Pico ’16.

    The team will be facing Saigemont High tomorrow for their first round of regionals.

    “With the re-hiring of Coach Robertson, we have seen gradual ascension in the success of the boys. team,” said von Scherrer. 

    For the first time in at least 20 years, Raul Gonzalez ’15 will represent the wrestling team at States, winning 4th-place at regionals.



    Raul Gonzalez, Wrestler, Going to States

    By Jonathan Valles/Produced by Guillermo Bonet


    Athletic Director to Become President of FIAAA

    By Sarah Corbishley '16/Produced by Philip McMichael '16

    Athletic Director Jake von Scherrer was recently elected to serve as president of the Florida Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association