Athletic Director - Buddy Shacklette
Due to the efforts of many, we have had much success here athletically at Trinity Christian Academy but we take greater pride in the character of Christ-filled young people that we produce. Our football program is a perennial state playoff qualifier and the boys basketball team reached the Class 3A State Title Game in 2017. The girls basketball team won the district title this year and earned a trip to the state Final Four in 2009 and our volleyball program has earned trips to the state playoffs seven times over the last two decades. Our baseball program has reached unparalleled success, earning nine trips to the state Final Four from 2008-17 and winning three state titles (2009, 2010 and 2012). The baseball program has produced 15 college baseball signees over the last decade and had three players taken in the Major League Amateur Baseball Draft. Most importantly, our young people are prepared Spiritually and Academically for success when they graduate.
Taybion Singleton, a 6-4 senior for TCA during the 2018-19 season, signed to to play college basketball for Huntingdon College, a NCAA Division III school located in Montgomery, Ala. Huntingdon was founded in 1854 and is affiliated with the United Methodist Church while sitting in the capital city of Alabama.
Singleton averaged 12 points and five rebounds for the Eagles his senior season and as a junior he tallied 9 points and five rebounds a game for an Eagles squad that was district runner-up and reached the region semifinals in the Class 3A state playoffs. Singleton also prepped at TCA on the varsity during his seventh and eighth-grade seasons.
Singleton is the fifth TCA player over the last three seasons to sign and go on to play at the college level. Following the 2017-18 season, Calvin Freeman landed at Embry-Riddle and Jaeden Ortiz went on to Eastern Nazarene in Quincy, Mass. The previous year TCA's Class 3A state runner-up team sent Amorie Archibald to Louisiana Tech and Kendall Merthie to Brewton Parker College is Vidalia, Ga.
In Huntingdon, Singleton joins a Hawks squad that went 13-13 during the 2018-19 season and graduated five seniors off of this year's roster.
Trinity Christian Academy offers a wide variety of sports on the Middle and High School Level. Sports fees are implemented to help offset the cost of fields, equipment, officials and transportation. We encourage all students to participate in our programs.
In order for your child to participate in Trinity Christian Athletic Programs certain criteria must be met by the first day of practice.
Must have eligible grades.
Have a current physical on a Florida High School Form (EL2) submitted to participate.
Have signed consent and heat and concussion form (EL3) to participate.
Athletic sports fee (payable by check, credit card or cash to TCA Athletic Dept.) must be satisfied prior to first game or student will not be allowed to participate (NO EXCEPTIONS).
Any student who quits one sport may be determined ineligible for the next sport.
Forms are currently available in the Athletic Department (ext. 157 & 160) and online at FHSAA.org.