Skip To Main Content

The Blessed Trinity Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes athletes who have brought recognition, honor, and distinction to Blessed Trinity Catholic High School through outstanding contributions to the athletic program. The Hall of Fame also honors coaches and athletic directors who have shown many years of dedication to the young men and women in their charge.

2022 Hall of Fame Inductees

Coach Al Stasko

Coach Al Stasko joined the Blessed Trinity coaching staff in 2001.  During his time at BT, Coach Stasko was the boys and girls Cross Country coach as well as an assistant Basketball coach in both the boys and girls programs.  He also served as our Plant Manager for fourteen years.

Coach Stasko led his team to the first boys cross country state championship (and first championship for any boys sport at Blessed Trinity) in 2003.  The following year he led our girls to a third place finish in the state.  In 2005, Coach Stasko led our girls cross country team to their first state championship, and he was again at the helm with another girls cross country state championship in 2006.

Coach Stasko worked tirelessly to form the cross country trail that is on our campus today.  He spent numerous hours carving out the trail that has trained all our cross country runners over the past twenty three years.

Coach Stasko and his wife, Michelle, reside in Saint Simons.  They have two children, Matt & BJ.

Zachary Krause '10

Zachary Krause graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2010.  He was a two year letterman in the boys Tennis program.  Zach led the tennis team to the program’s first  State Championship in 2010 and a Runner-Up finish in 2009.  He was the winner of our prestigious St. Sebastian Award his senior year and was the number one singles player his Junior and Senior years.  With Zach’s leadership and talent, BT was able to defeat powerhouse Westminster in the 2010 State Championship.

Zach graduated from The University of Georgia with a degree in Advertising.  He and his wife, Kristine, reside in Alpharetta with their daughter, Kallie.  Zach is the Chief Operating Officer for Krause Automotive Group.

Lauren (Judson) Shoemaker '09

Lauren (Judson) Shoemaker graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2009.  She was a four year letter winner in girls golf and led the girls golf team to a state championship in 2009, a state runner-up finish in 2008, a fourth place finish in 2007, and a fifth place finish in 2006.

Following her high school career, Lauren signed a scholarship to play golf at The University of Southern Mississippi.  She graduated with a degree in Forensic Science and went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Central Arkansas. Lauren works for IBM as a Mainframe Software Seller.

Lauren and her husband, Greg Shoemaker, reside in Roswell, Georgia with their son, Judson. 

Michael Lobacz '05

Michael Lobacz graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2005.  He was a four year letterman in baseball and earned All-Region honors in both 2004 and 2005.  Michael holds the record for most doubles (23) in school history and is also on the leaderboard for RBI’s with 49.  

Following his high school career, Michael played baseball at Young Harris College before moving on to play at Elon University.  He graduated from Elon University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Musical Technology.

Michael resides in Nashville, Tennessee and currently works for CleanSlate UV and is involved in a song writing network.


Former Athlete

Must be an alumnus of Blessed Trinity who graduated in good standing a minimum of 10 years prior to nomination.
(Posthumous nominations may be made at any time)

Guidelines for selection:

  • Contributions to Blessed Trinity athletic program
  • School, state or national record(s) holder
  • Honors and awards
  • Athletic accomplishments after graduation
  • Community involvement

Former Coach / Athletic Director

Nominees are considered 10 years after their retirement/resignation from Blessed Trinity. Nominees must have coached at the varsity level or served as athletic director or assistant athletic director at Blessed Trinity for a minimum of 10 years.
(Posthumous nominations may be made at any time)

Guidelines for selection:

  • Contributions to Blessed Trinity athletic program
  • Success of teams in region and state competition
  • Honors and awards
  • Length of affiliation with the athletic program
  • Community involvement



Please direct any questions to Ricky Turner or Jan O'Donnell.


Hall of Fame - Class of 2022