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Trinity (5-5) lost 17-14 at Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (7-3) and faces a road trip to Henderson, KY for their first round playoff game. Henderson County (5-5) is the number 2 seed from District 1. Trinity is the number 3 seed from District 4. The winner gets the Male (10-0)/Marshall County (2-8) survivor.

Henderson County is led by running back Damion Carter, a 1,000+ yard rusher. Richard Carter is the Colonels QB, who has more than 1,000 passing yards. Kobe Carter is Henderson County’s leading receiver with more than 60 catches for 800+ yards. Henderson’s defense has allowed 1,300+ passing yards and 1,400 rushing yards. Henderson County’s stadium field is grass. The Shamrocks have met Henderson County only once before on the gridiron. The game took place at Commonwealth Stadium in 1976. Trinity won 28-24 to claim the AAAA State Championship. This was the school’s fourth football title.

Here is a recap of the out-of-state teams Trinity played earlier this season.

Ensworth (TN) is now 8-1 after defeating Brentwood Academy (TN) (8-2) 31-17 last night.
Carmel (IN) remained undefeated at 12-0 after their 14-7 first round playoff victory over Fishers (IN) (7-4).
Imhotep (PA) is currently 8-1 and hosts Overbrook (PA) (4-5) on Friday.
Colerain (OH) is now 7-3. The Cardinals won their 15th straight Greater Miami Conference title when they defeated Oak Hills (OH) (2-8) 22-0 last evening.
Cocoa (FL) is now 8-1 after the 40-0 victory over Jones (FL) (4-5).
Cathedral (IN) is now 5-5 after their 70-0 playoff victory over Anderson (IN) (5-5).
Archbishop Moeller (OH) is 7-3 and earned a home playoff game for the first round of the Ohio Division 1 playoffs Friday.

The in-state opponents finished as follows:
St. Xavier (6-4), Male (10-0) and duPont Manual (7-3). The overall record of Trinity’s opponents is 78-21 or 73-16 when removing the games with Trinity.