GOOD LUCK TO ALL!
Our team joins in wishing all the very best of success to everyone on the Harrison Trimble Trojans basketball team!
On behalf of City Council and the residents of Moncton, I wish the Harrison Trimble High School Trojans a successful 2010 - 2011 season.
Au nom du conseil municipal et des résidants de Moncton, bon succès aux Trojans du Harrison Trimble High School pour la saison 2010-2011.
Play with heart and good sportsmanship, and enjoy all the excitement that basketball has to offer!
Jouez avec passion, faites preuve d'un bon esprit sportif et, surtout, profitez du plaisir qu’offre le basketball!
Thank you to all players, coaches and the support team for their drive and dedication for youth basketball.
Merci aux joueurs, aux entraîneurs et aux bénévoles pour votre dévouement au basket-ball pour jeunes.
George LeBlanc Mayor / Maire
From The Principal of Harrison Trimble High School On behalf of Harrison Trimble High School, I would like to congratulate all players, families, and coaches for their contributions to the Harrison Trimble High School Senior Boysâ€™ Basketball program. Your enthusiasm and dedication to this program will greatly enhance your years at Harrison Trimble High School as well as prepare you for life after high school. As you represent your team and your school, I am certain that you will play fair and perform your best. We are all very proud of you!. Finally, I would like to thank all parents and coaches for their support of our basketball program. Without people like you, HTHS would not have the athletic programs that we do; thank you! Good luck!! Bonne Chance!! Trojan Pride, Tami Geldart-Van Wart Principal Harrison Trimble High school
How it all began ! The Harrison Trimble Basketball program is filled with pride and tradition Harrison Trimble High School Varsity Boys Basketball Team 1963-1964
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MVPâ€™S Over the years the program has produced many tremendous players. Here are the team MVPâ€™s dating back to the very beginning. How many names do you recognize?
1963 - Mason Coates 1964 - Reigh Sweezey 1965 - Allan Jones 1966 - Frank Russel 1967- Danny Atkins 1968 - Doug Crossman 1969 - Greg Mitton 1970 - Tim Sullivan 1971 - Scott Fowler 1972 - Keith Steeves 1973 - Steve McNally 1974 - Allan McFee 1975 - Dale Nicholas 1976 - Bruce Campbell 1977 - Bruce Campbell 1978 - Greg Campbell 1979 - Allan Abbass 1980 - Allan Abbass 1981 - Ed McNally 1982 - Ed McNally 1983 - Danny Forbes 1984 - Tony Matthews 1985 - Tony Matthews 1986 - Dan Campbell
1987 - Ron MacFadden 1988 - Jeff Mowatt 1989 - Chris Cummings 1990 - Jamie Forsythe 1991 - Tim Wallace 1992 - Tony Leger 1993 - Kevin Hansen 1994 -Jared Joudry 1995 - Ryan Johnston 1996 - Ryan Johnston 1997 - Dwayne Ells 1998 - Matt Girvan 1999 - Greg Close 2000 - Greg Close 2001 - Ryan Doucette 2002 - Jon Vautour 2003 - Jeff Vass 2004 - Jeff Vass 2005 - Sean Boulay 2006: Alderic Keith 2007 - Dave Fox 2008 - Jordan Gillis 2009 - Dave Fox 2010 - Steven Fox
PAST CHAMPIONS The Harrison Trimble Varsity Boys Basketball team plays in the New Brunswick AAA High School Basketball League. Every year this league produces great Championship teams who play exciting and competitive basketball. The HTHS Trojans have twice won the Provincial Championship. Here are all of the past champions
1963: St. Stephen High School 1964: Saint John High School 1965: St. Malachy’s High School 1966: St. Stephen High School 1967: Rothesay Regional High School 1968: St. Malachy’s High School 1969: St. Stephen High School 1970: Fredericton High School 1971: St. Stephen High School 1972: Fredericton High School 1973: Fredericton High School 1974: Fredericton High School 1975: Fredericton High School 1976: Fredericton High School 1977: Fredericton High School 1978: Fredericton High School 1979: Saint John High School 1980: Kennebecasis Valley High School 1981: Fredericton High School 1982: Fredericton High School 1983: Fredericton High School 1984: Fredericton High School 1985: Fredericton High School 1986: Fredericton High School
1987: Kennebecasis Valley High 1988: Sussex Regional High School 1989: Fredericton High School 1990: Fredericton High School 1991: Sussex Regional High School 1992: Fredericton High School 1993: Harrison Trimble High School 1994: Riverview High School 1995: Fredericton High School 1996: Fredericton High School 1997: Harrison Trimble High School 1998: Fredericton High School 1999: Fredericton High School 2000: Fredericton High School 2001: Fredericton High School 2002: Fredericton High School 2003: Sussex High School 2004: Fredericton High School 2005: Fredericton High School 2006: Fredericton High School 2007: Fredericton High School 2008: Riverview High School 2009: Fredericton High School 2010: Fredericton High School
ROSS SOBEY August 30, 1967 – September 22, 1992
At the age of twenty five, one of Moncton’s finest young athletes passed away due to cancer. Ross Sobey, the son of Ashley and Keith Sobey of Moncton, was a highly respected athlete in the community who dedicated a large portion of his life to sports. His efforts and attitude towards people and sports were admired by many. Growing up, Ross attended Harrison Trimble High School, where he excelled both athletically and scholastically. His favourite sports were baseball, basketball and hockey. As an athlete he was a leader both on the diamond and on the hard-court. His career continued at the junior level where he competed in two National Junior Championships. When Ross moved to Senior Baseball with the Moncton Mets, he remained a dominating force around the province. Unfortunately, Ross had to terminate his baseball career when he developed cancer. Friends remember Ross for his strength and courage. One friend recalls: “Ross never, ever had a negative thing to say about anyone or anything. He was simply an excellent person and friend.” Ross is survived by his parents, Ashley and Keitha and his two sisters, Barbara and Erin. In memory of his strong work ethic and positive attitude, the Ross Sobey Memorial Trophy is presented annually to the Most Valuable Player on the Harrison Trimble Senior Boys Basketball Team.
TROJAN BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME The idea for the Basketball Hall of Fame came from wanting to honor the rich tradition that our basketball Alumni had set in place for the teams that came after them. The foundation of the Trojan Basketball Program was set over 40 years ago and has remained unchanged since then. Trimble’s program has always had a blue collar attitude, valuing hard work, determination, dedication, loyalty and team work. It is these attributes that led us to our inductee’s. These people have shown how the skills and lessons learned on a basketball court, transfer into successful lives. The hard work, determination, dedication, loyalty and team work that they demonstrated as Trojans has been evident in their careers and their families. They represent the Trojan Traditions, which the present team strives to attain. It is very important for the present players to understand that a successful program is steeped in the traditions of all the players that have came before them and when they put on a Trojan Basketball Jersey, they represent every player that has worn a Trojan Basketball Jersey. It is that Trojan Pride that other schools try so hard to imitate. This year’s inductee’s are responsible for creating these traditions and pride that is unmatched in this province. Inductees for 2006:
Inductees for 2007
Inductees for 2008
1960’s: Alan Jones 1970’s: Steven McNally 1980’s: Ed McNally 1990’s: Tim Wallace Coach: Don Grant
1960’s: Bob Wallace 1970’s: Keith Steeves 1980’s: Allan Abbass 1990’s: Ryan Johnston Coach: Brian Forsythe
1960’s: Al McPhee 1970’s: Bruce Campbell 1980’s: Tony Matthews 1990’s: Kevin Hansen Coach: Don Morton
Inductees for 2009:
1970’s: Allen McFee 1980’s: Chris Cummins 1990’s: Shawn Craik Supporter: Marie Killam
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Head Coach Jeff Vass Asst Coach
#9 Colin Briggs Guard/Forward Grade 12 Height 5’ 9” Beaverbrook School Future Plans – Study Fine Arts and become a teacher “Don’t hate the player, hate the game”.
#11 Zach Pavlovic Forward Grade 12 Height 6’3” Queen Elizabeth School Future Plans– Surfer “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all.” – Oscar Wilde
#12 Dan Gaudet Guard Grade 12 Height 5’ 9” Beaverbrook School Future Plans –become a firefighter “Now do the John Wall”.
#15 Dave Boulay Guard Grade 11 Height 6’2” Magnetic Hill School Future Plans– Entrepreneur “Our job is to do the impossible, and make it look good.” – Captain America
#8 Kris Brine Guard Grade 10 Height 5’ 11” Birchmount School Future Plans – become an architect “Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, your reputation is merely what others think you are.” – John Wooden
#21 Sean Davis Forward Grade 10 Height 6’1” Queen Elizabeth School Future Plans– Entrepreneur “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”.
#4 Evan Fitzsimmons Guard Grade 10 Height 5’ 8” Birchmount School Future Plans – Become an engineer “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.” – Michael Jordan
#45 Alex Fowler Forward Grade 10 Height 6’0” Birchmount School Future Plans– Become an accountant “Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.” – John Wooden
#10 Tyler Pavlovic Forward Grade 10 Height 6’ 1” Queen Elizabeth School Future Plans – become an architect “It isn’t what you do, but how you do it” – John Wooden
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Biography of Dr. Herbert Harrison Trimble Dr. H.H. Trimble, born September 7, 1897, played basketball for the Provincial Normal School in Fredericton, N.B. during his graduation year in 1916. Before H.H. Trimble could move on to University, he first had to serve his country as a Canadian soldier in the First World War. Upon returning from WWI, H.H. Trimble chose to attend the University of New Brunswick. During H.H. Trimble’s time at U.N.B. he was the captain of the championship winning football team in 1921. He played basketball for two years (1921-1922) as centre and team manager, winning the championship title in 1922. He also received the Sir Frederick Williams – Taylor Medal (Awarded to the Athlete of the Year) for the three years he attended U.N.B. (1920, 1921, & 1922). In 1939 (Seventeen years after Trimble’s graduation from U.N.B. with his B.A.) H.H. Trimble once again left his country to fight for its freedom in the Second World War as the rank of Captain. As a phenomenal athlete and Dr. Trimble was a veteran of both World Wars, H.H. Trimble lived his life to the fullest. Always willing to lend a helping hand to the community of Moncton, even to the end of his days.
1963-1964: 1964-1966: 1966-1967: 1967-1969: 1969-1977: 1977-1980: 1980-1981: 1982-1983: 1983-1996: 1996-1999: 1999-2009: 2010:
Avery McCordick Dick Crabb Hubert Sweezy Frank Sentell Don Morton Don Grant Don Morton Don Morton & Brian Forsythe Brian Forsythe Scott Steeves Todd McKillop Jeff Vass
Lounsburyâ€™s is proud to support the students of Harrison Trimble High School - have a great year!
Letâ€™s meet the coaches
Jeff Vass & Josh Tait Jeff Vass is in his first year as Head Coach. A former Trimble stand-out, Jeff was a conference All Star in both football and basketball, as well as a two time team MVP and the Male Athlete of the Year. He recently attended Crandall University where he was a two time MVP of the basketball team and the 2004-05 Male Athlete of the Year. Josh Tait is in his first year as Assistant Coach. Josh graduated from Trimble with Honors in 2005 after playing four years of varsity football and three years of varsity basketball. He graduated from St. Maryâ€™s University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree.
PLAYER PROFILE PICTURES 2010-11
11. THE EARLY DAYS CAN YOU GUESS WHO IS WHO??
Nov 10th - Weds
Nov 13 - Fri
Nov 15 - Mon
U de M
Nov 26 - Fri
Nov 27 - Sat
Dec 1 - Weds
Dec 2 - Thurs
Dec 3 - Fri
HTHS - Spirit Game
Dec 4 - Sat
TBD - Irving Classic
Dec 9 - Thurs
Dec 15 - Weds
Dec 17 - Fri
TBD - Ganong Invitational
Dec 18 - Sat
TBD - Ganong Invitational
Dec 21 - Tues
Dec 22 - Weds
Jan 14 Fri
TBD - Central Kings
Jan 15 - Sat
TBD - Central Kings
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