2018 Inductees

Caitlin Curran graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2006. During her swimming career, she was named the Most Valuable Player three times and was a four time letterwinner. In 2005, she lead the swim team to a fifth place finish in the state, and she finished in third place in the 200 medley relay that year. In 2006, she finished as the State Runner Up in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 106.30 ( a record still held to this day). Caitlin was named a Georgia All Star in 2004, 2005, and 2006, and she was also a two time scholastic All-American.

Caitlin earned a full scholarship to swim at Colgate University where she served as a captain her senior year. She received first team All Patriot League honors her sophomore and junior years and was a 2nd team All Patriot League member her freshman and senior years.

Caitlin currently resides in Atlanta.

Ashley Dykes graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2005. During her senior year, she was elected the Head Athletic Training student by her peers. During her four years, she worked all three seasons for the Sports Medicine program. Ashley was a four year letter winner and also received the Georgia Athletic Trainers Association Lori Mobley Groover Leadership Award. She was also the Atlanta Journal Constitution Cup recipient her senior year.

Ashley attended the University of Georgia where she majored in Athletic Training. While completing her undergraduate degree, she worked with several sports including football and gymnastics. She is currently working as a Physician's Assistant for Kaiser Permanente in Atlanta.

Ashley is married to Corey Griffin and they have one son, Wesley.

Brock Mantella graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2006. During his senior year, he was the first wrestler in BT history to compete for a state championship. He finished as a State Runner Up his senior year and had a third place finish in the state his junior year. He was All-Area his junior and senior years and was a 2nd team All-State performer his senior year. Brock was also a two time high school All-American.

Brock went on to wrestle at the University of Pittsburgh and later transferred to Boston University his last two years. He lead the team with the most wins, 26, his senior year.

Brock is currently living in Boston, Massachusetts and works for Boston Scientific. He is married to Maggie and has daughter, Brixley.