Trinity students sign to play sports

Reese Paisonm, a Trinity Collegiate School Senior, has signed a Letter of Intent to join the Swim Team when she attends Middlebury College in Vermont later this year. Here she is (center), surrounded by her family, when she signed. PHOTO BY STEPHAN DREW

Courtlyn Brunson, Trinity Collegiate School Senior, signs his Letter of Intent to play football when he attends Presbyterian College later this year. He is surrounded by family members. PHOTO BY STEPHAN DREW

Trinity Collegiate is proud to announce the signing of two outstanding student-athletes, Courtlyn Brunson and Reese Paison, to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

Courtlyn Brunson, a standout football player, has secured a spot with the Division 1 program at Presbyterian College. With two-time All-State selections under his belt, Brunson has showcased his exceptional talent and dedication on the field throughout his high school career. His commitment to excellence both on and off the field has earned him this opportunity to compete at the collegiate level. Trinity Collegiate congratulates Courtlyn on his remarkable achievement and wishes him continued success as he embarks on this new chapter at Presbyterian College.

Reese Paison, an accomplished swimmer, has accepted an offer to join the swim team at Middlebury College in Vermont. Middlebury College, known for its rigorous academic standards and competitive athletic programs within the NESCAC, provides the perfect environment for Reese to excel both academically and athletically. Reese’s commitment to her sport and her academics has distinguished her as a leader among her peers, and Trinity Collegiate celebrates her accomplishments as she prepares to represent our school at the collegiate level.

Trinity Collegiate takes great pride in the achievements of both Courtlyn Brunson and Reese Paison and commends them for their hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellence. Their success serves as a testament to their talent, character, and the unwavering support of their coaches, teammates, and families.

Author: Stephan Drew

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