The Trinitas Varsity Soccer team began their successful 2018 campaign in June conducting “in the dead heat of summer” workouts to train and prepare for an aerobic athletic season. A several-miles-per-week running regimen helped them build their endurance and ability to compete. And compete they did, ending the regular season with a record of 6-2-2. The Trinitas men qualified for the Final Four competition and in the Semifinal beat friendly-arch-rival Aletheia on Friday night, 3-0. They played in the Championship game against Calvary Christian Academy Patriots of Fort Walton Beach. The match was a hard-fought, intense affair, with regulation play ending in a 2-2 tie. Two overtime periods of 10 minutes each were not able to produce a winner. Therefore, the Knights and Patriots moved to a “Penalty Kicks round” to decide the winner. In a fitting finale to an amazing turnaround year, Calvary prevailed 4-3 in the PK round, leaving the brave Knights with the second place trophy. Well done Knights! Congratulations!