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Sports Medicine

All Blessed Trinity students must have required medical information including physicals entered into Magnus Health by June 1, 2024. This MUST BE COMPLETED before students can participate in any summer workouts. 

Please contact the Blessed Trinity Clinic if you have any questions.

All students who are interested are invited to join the Sports Medicine Program this fall! In order to participate, students must either participate in a high school sports medicine camp/workshop, or shadow a sports medicine professional for a minimum of 4 hours and be CPR certified. Students are encouraged to attend Blessed Trinity’s Sports Medicine Summer Camp to meet the participation requirement so they can learn the in's and out's of our program and to develop a relationship with other sports medicine students.

Football acclimatization practices begin on July 22, 2024. This week is optional for sports medicine students. Students in the program are expected to attend football practices on the first day of the fall season, July 29, 2024.

Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions. Athletic training is recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA), Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as an allied health care profession.


An integral component of the Sports Medicine Team is our athletic training student aide program. The Athletic Training Student Aide Program is a service-oriented program comprised of dedicated high school students focused on the goal to support the needs of our student-athletes and their coaches.


  • To serve, support and meet the needs of our student-athletes and their coaches
  • To be helpful, prepared and knowledgeable for any emergencies that arise
  • To be alert and vigilant during all games
  • To maintain a positive and helpful attitude at all times
  • To be flexible and able to process changes as they occur
  • To act as a host to other teams – at home or away

Each athletic training student aide participant has unique abilities and talents already that contribute in their success within the program. The high school students are challenged with new experiences and exposed to vast amounts of information that are forming new skills during the time spent within the program. High school students entering the program are required to attend a summer sports medicine curriculum every year. The program has grown with the school, averaging close to 40 students being involved a year. Several students have graduated from the program over the years and have been awarded scholarships. Many graduates are currently working toward degrees in athletic training at accredited programs. Several others are pursuing degrees in health care profession such as pre-med, physician assistant, physical therapy and nursing.

Blessed Trinity Catholic High School’s Athletic Training Student Aide Program is proud to boast that it has nine alumni that have become certified athletic trainers! 

Christen Aquino ’05
Ashley Dykes ‘05
Amanda Clements ‘09
Olivia Hale ‘09
Meaghan Hussey ‘10
Jennifer Vande Loo ‘10
Holly Richards '11
Sarah Schendl ‘12
Claire Manley '15

Sports Medicine Resources

Athletic Training Staff

Christopher Leeds, MS,LAT, ATC - Head Athletic Trainer

Amanda Mattox '09, MS,LAT, ATC - Assistant Athletic Trainer


Robert Clarke - Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dr. Jeff Webb
Team Physician

Athletic Trainers

Name Grade
Christie Cadet 11
Alyssa Chicoine 12
Bianca Ciotti 11
Jacquelyn Daniel 10
Colleen Dooling 11
Ella Farmer 10
Audrey Harrington 9
Claire Lacey 9
Fiona Lacey 11
Samantha Leno 12
Claire Luke 12
Julia Mahaney 10
Catherine Mariner 10
Sasha McGrath 11
Sarah Milam 9
Katelyn Ponte 9
Madeline Post 10
Lilyana Sanchez 10
Mia Trammell 12

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