Trinity Christian High School

MORGANTOWN — Trinity Christian is coming off a solid 7-3 season in which the Warriors returned to the Class A playoffs.

The Warriors were eliminated in the opening round of the playoffs last season by James Monroe, 32-0.

With a solid collection of players back, Trinity is hoping to take several steps forward this season under head coach Christopher Simpson, who is embarking on his third season at the helm.

Trinity Christian will be led by Zane Yeater. A Paden City transfer, Yeater played all over the field last season and had an All-OVAC campaign.

Levi Teets is another player to keep an eye on for the Warriors. He picked off five passes as a sophomore and will once again draw the opposing team’s best receiver defensively from his secondary spot. He will also play in the slot and at running back.

Special teams are a strength with senior Kyle Knight back to handle the kicking and punting. He was previously ned All-State for Trinity.

The biggest hole to fill is that left by the graduation of Anthony Brookover. He led the squad in tackles each of the last two seasons.

The only other graduation losses were Josiah Sheffstall and Jack Burrell.

The current Trinity roster is still relatively young, too. There are only five seniors on this year’s team. Along with Yeater, Teets and Knight are Jaiden Dobbs, Ethan Jorge.