Georgia Bulletin

The Newspaper of the Catholic Archdiocese of Atlanta

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  • After the football players, coaches and cheerleaders boarded the buses to make the trip to Atlanta for the game, three off-duty motorcycle officers from the Roswell Police Department led a motorcade of team buses from Blessed Trinity High School, down Crossville and Holcombe Bridge Roads, all the way to Georgia State Route 400. Parents and supporters were there to see them off. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • With 27 seconds remaining in the first half, Blessed Trinity High School running back Elijah Green (#21) attempts to run for his second touchdown of the game. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Oconee County cornerback Darius Johnson Jr. (#22) makes a last-ditch effort to bring Green (#21) down from behind to no avail. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Oconee County 17-14 to garner its third consecutive Class AAAA state football championship. The Dec. 14 state finals game was played on “Pete” Petit Field at Georgia State University Stadium. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • In the student section at Georgia State University Stadium, cheers go up for the Blessed Trinity Titans as they return to the field for the second half of play. Blessed Trinity scored all 17 of its points in the first half, but it was enough to hold off and defeat Oconee County 17-14. Photo By Michael Alexander
  • Following the team's state championship victory over Oconee County, emotions ran high among Blessed Trinity High School football players as head coach Tim McFarlin, second from left, is interviewed by Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Jon Nelson. The senior captains celebrating with the championship trophy are (l-r) Ryan Attaway, Elijah Green, Nate Matthews, Jackson Filipowicz and Quinton Reese. Photo By Michael Alexander

After the football players, coaches and cheerleaders boarded the buses to make the trip to Atlanta for the game, three off-duty motorcycle officers from the Roswell Police Department led a motorcade of team buses from Blessed Trinity High School, down Crossville and Holcombe Bridge Roads, all the way to Georgia State Route 400. Parents and supporters were there to see them off. Photo By Michael Alexander


Atlanta

Remember the 2019 BT Titans for claiming third consecutive championship

Much effort and hard work from the Blessed Trinity High School Titans culminated with a 17-14 victory over Oconee County, Dec. 14, on “Pete” Petit Field at Georgia State University Stadium. It’s the Titans’ third consecutive Class AAAA state football championship.