To play QB in the largest high school football league in the United States carries with it alot of responsibility. To succeed the schools record setting QB who is leaving Trinity to play Division I football at the University of Connecticut is more pressure. But the true test is the balancing of a tough high school academic class schedule, winter strength and conditioning workouts, playing a spring sport [lacrosse], and working 20 hours a week. But count Ian Haley as a QB/Athlete with great balance. Ian has great poise and is a very good time manager, he has trained extremely hard for his chance to lead the Hillers, and seems poised and ready for the opportunity to run the Trinity offense. It is because of Ians dedication and hard work he has been named this weeks Trinity Football Player of the Week. Keep working toward your goals Ian.