Schenectady Two years ago, and long before the team was enjoying its current level of success, Holy Trinity football coach John Barber quickly discovered something about his secondary during the 2015 season opener. "We lost to Voorheesville (7-0) that day," Barber said. "A few of them cried after the game. I knew right then how competitive they were and how much it meant to them." When assessing the overall effectiveness of the 2017 Holy Trinity roster, a unit that immediately commands attention through its outstanding overall play, the secondary trio of junior defensive back Nelon Priest, junior defensive back Ja-Del Whitfield and sophomore free safety Omari Carmon stands out.Read More


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