Former Holy Trinity standout Lindsey Enders has transferred from Cornell Univeresity back to the Sunshine State where she will compete for the University of North Florida. Enders who vaulted a personal best 12-10 as a senior to win the 1A State Championship, had several stand out performances for the Big Red, but was unable to top her PR. Her season best was 12-5.5 at the Big Red Outdoor Invitational where she finished first. She finished third at the prestigious Ivy League Heptatgonal Championships.
Enders who will compete for UNF starting indoor season is a welcome addition for Assistant Track Coach Ken Taylor. Another bonus for Taylor, is the red-shirting of senior Noah Thompson. Thompson who red shirted last year will now have one more season to compete in the pole vault. He will try to help the Ospreys during the outdoor campaign.
Holy Trinity pole vaulter Lindsey Enders picked the perfect time to hit a personal best. The senior cleared 12-7 to win the district championship. Her vaulting coach, Bill Falk of MF Athletics, says it was an improvement in her technique that has helped her achieve those heights. - 2011-04-19 10:55:00
Over 350 people voted on our Facebook page for the boy's and girl's Warrior of the Year awards. After a final count, Armando Del-Valle of Miami Columbus tallied more than half of the 97 votes in the boy's race. Del Valle edged out Boone senior Marvin Bracy 54 votes to 31. Lindsey Enders of Holy Trinity ran away with the girl's title with 122 of the 261 votes. Lake Wales senior Octavious Freeman was second with 51 votes. - 2011-06-15 21:39:00
Lindsey Enders broke the 5-year old state meet record of Caroline Kennedy with her 12-10 vault. Trinity Prep wrapped up their boys team title after an impressive 1-2-3 finish in the 3200. Justin Osking tossed a US #5 193-10 discus. Gebben makes it four-in-a-row for the 300 Hurdles. - 2011-05-01 06:29:00
Holy Trinity senior Lindsey Enders has always had a love for computers and technology. She also has another love, pole vaulting. Combine the two and I guess you could say she’s starting to get the sport down to a science. - 2011-01-25 10:16:00