2016 Inductees

Jack Andrews, a member of the first freshman class at Blessed Trinity, was a starting offensive and defensive lineman for the football team during his four-year high school career. Jack was named All-County in football both his junior and senior years and led the Titans to their first-ever playoff appearance in 2002. To this day, Jack still holds three BT football records.

As a member of the BT track team, Jack threw discus and shot put and qualified for state in both his junior and senior years. He won region his senior year and was region runner-up his junior year. Jack still holds the discus record at BT that he set in 2004.

Jack signed to play football at Rhodes College where he was also a member of the track team. He won the conference championship in shot put and finished third in discus. He was also named 2nd Team All-Conference as a defensive lineman.

Jack graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in mechanical engineering. He is married to his high school sweetheart and fellow BT alum, Danielle Cart (’03). They have two children, Gianna and Nathan, and currently live in Greenville, South Carolina.


Kara Kasten graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2005. During her junior year, she led the Blessed Trinity girls’ soccer program to its first state championship. During her senior year, she led the team back to the state championship where they finished as the state runner-up. She was also a member of the 2004 Region Championship team. Kara set a record that may never be broken at BT by scoring over 100 goals in her four-year soccer career.

She also played basketball at Blessed Trinity and was a member of the 2003 Elite Eight girls’ basketball team. Kara signed a scholarship with Auburn University to play soccer. She majored in accounting and completed her master’s degree at Auburn as well.

Kara is married to Cliff Mullins and works for Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC). She and Cliff have a baby boy named Cole and currently live in Brookhaven.


Ali West graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2005. During her junior year, she led the volleyball team to the Final Four, and her senior year, she led them to the state championship game where the Lady Titans finished as state runner-up. Ali was named Metro Player of the Year her senior year.

Ali signed to play at Furman University becoming the first athlete to play college volleyball from Blessed Trinity. As a senior at Furman, she led her team to its first NCAA tournament appearance in four years and a conference championship. Ali was named First Team All-Conference her junior and senior years at Furman, and Conference Tournament MVP her senior year.

Ali majored in communications while at Furman and got her master’s degree from Savannah College of Art and Design. She works currently at Commercial Furniture Interiors. She is married to Nick Hollstegge and lives in Greenville, South Carolina.