Amber (Hamilton) Cerone graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2008. She was a four year starter on the softball team and accumulated two Elite Eight appearances, two Region Championships, and the program’s first and only State Championship in 2007. During her career, Amber was named Most Valuable Player all four years. Amber earned three All-State Honors and was named GACA Pitcher of the Year, North Fulton MVP, Northside Pitcher of the Year, and Northside Player of the Year. She was also selected to play in the GACA All Star game. Amber still holds the record today for ERA, wins in a single season, innings pitched, and strikeouts. Amber was also a four year member of the basketball program at BT.
After graduating, Amber played softball at the University of South Carolina--Upstate. She currently coaches the Varsity softball team at BT and teaches at Holy Redeemer school.
Amber and her husband, Tyler (08’), reside in Atlanta with their daughter, Carson.
Harris Howard graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2008 and was a three sport athlete. He was a member of the 2005 Region Championship football team and was named All-Area his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Harris was the first ever BT player elected to play in the GACA All-Star game his senior year. He was also a member of the wrestling team and was a two time area champion and finished 4th in the State his senior year. On the track team, Harris set a record that still holds today for the shot put. He finished in third place his senior year.
Following his high school career, Harris played football for Tulane University where he was a four year starter on the offensive line. He was also named captain of the team.
Harris and his wife, Kacy, reside in Atlanta. He works for Associate, King, and Spalding LLP.
Jessica McAlvany graduated from Blessed Trinity in 2008 after an outstanding volleyball career. She was a member of the first volleyball state championship team in 2006. During her career, she earned two All-State Honors, was a member of the state senior all star team, and was the State Player of the Year in 2006.
Jessica played volleyball at Emory University where she was a two time All-American. She helped lead Emory to the National Championship game in 2010.
Jessica works for Casa de la Cultura de Sabaneta in Medellin, Colombia.