Athletic Training Staff

Christopher Leeds, MS, LAT, ATC cleeds@btcatholic.org

Head Athletic Trainer 

Coach Leeds has been serving as the Head Athletic Trainer for Blessed Trinity Catholic High School since the 2015-2016 school year. He earned a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine from Georgia State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from UNC - Chapel Hill. Prior to joining the staff at Blessed Trinity, Coach Leeds worked at The Lovett School for two years and held an athletic training internship with the Atlanta Falcons. Coach Leeds now lives in Roswell with his wife, Gabriela, and their children, Noah and Sofia.

 

 

 

 

Amanda Clements, MS, LAT, ATC aclements@btcatholic.org

Assistant Athletic Trainer

Coach Clements graduated from Blessed Trinity Catholic High School in 2009 as an athletic training student aide, and then attended Georgia College and State University to earn her bachelor's degree in Athletic Training with a minor in Health Education in 2013. She went on to earn her Master’s degree in Sports Medicine from Georgia State University while working at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School. Upon graduating in 2015, Coach Clements was employed by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and was placed at Notre Dame Academy in Duluth, Ga. Coach Clements taught early years physical education, high school health, anatomy and athletic training from 2015-2019. In the Summer of 2021 she took the full-time position at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School and continues to call BT her home!  

 

 

 

Dr. Webb

Team Physician

We are pleased to have Dr. Webb as our team physician. Dr. Webb sees patients of all ages and abilities with musculoskeletal problems, but specializes in the care of pediatric and adolescent patients. He works hard to get players “back in the game” safely and as quickly as possible. During his training and practice he has provided medical coverage for division I college football and other sports, multiple high schools, ballet, the Rockettes, marathons, international track and field events, and the Special Olympics. He is a team physician for the NFL's Atlanta Falcons and serves as the primary care sports medicine and concussion specialist for the team. He is also a consulting physician for several Atlanta area high schools, the Atlanta Dekalb International Olympic Training Center, Emory University, Oglethorpe University and many other club sports teams.

He is active in the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and American Academy of Pediatrics professional societies and has given multiple lectures at national conferences as well as contributed to sports medicine text books.