Selena Morris Aud (softball) is a 2000 graduate of Trinity High School. During her time at Trinity, Selena was one of the five valedictorians in her graduating class. She was also the pitcher for the Lady Raiders softball team. Selena and her team were Regional Runners Up in 1999 and were the District Champions all four years from 1997-2000. In 1999, Selena’s pitching record was 16 and 7. During her junior year, Selena pitched 165 strikeouts and 135 innings. In 2000, her pitching record was 20 and 9, and she made the All-Region First Team. Also, in her senior year, she pitched 193 strikeouts and 173 innings. The 2000 team had a 17-game winning streak. They were also the Apollo Invitational Champions, and Selena was the MVP for that tournament. She went on to play softball at Kentucky Wesleyan College where she majored in elementary education and graduated in 2004. Selena taught for five years ; she currently works from home and serves on the St. Mary’s School Council.

Wes Booker (basketball) is a 1995 graduate of Trinity High School. Wes works as a general and cosmetic dentist at his practice, Dental Designs of Owensboro. He is a member of the American Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, and American Academy of Clear Aligners. 

During Wes’s time at Trinity High School, he played varsity basketball from 1992-1995, was a member of the 1993 All “A” Classic Championship Team and 11th District Championship Team; was a member of the 1995 All “A” Classic Championship Team; scored over 1000 points; was on the All “A” Classic Regional All-Tournament Team in 1993, 1994, 1995; was on the All “A” Classic Regional All-Academic Team in 1993, 1994, 1995; was on the 11th District All-Tournament Team in 1994, 1995; was named to the 3rd Region All-Tournament Team in 1995; was named to the All 3rd Region 2nd Team in 1995; was named Honorable Mention All-State in 1995; was a member of National Honor Society; and was valedictorian of the Class of 1995.

Wes went on to study at Brescia University from 1996-1999. While he was there, he was the basketball Team Captain for 3 years and was a member of 3 teams ranked in the Top 25 nationally in 1997, 1998, 1999; the Bearcats won over 70 games in 4 years.  At Brescia, Wes was also a member of National Honor Society and was a student Ambassador for 4 years.  He graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor Degree in Biology.  He studied dentistry at University of Louisville School of Dentistry from 2000-2003.

Keith Dickens (basketball player / baseball player and coach) is a 1998 graduate from Trinity High School.  During his time at Trinity, Keith played 3 years on the varsity basketball team and 4 years on the baseball team. At one point, in basketball, Keith was ranked in the state for best field goal percentage. As a baseball pitcher, he also held the record for one of the best strike out percentages in the state. Keith went on to receive a Division 1 college baseball scholarship to Murray State University. Keith coached baseball for 6 seasons at Trinity High School from 2007-2012, teams which included his two oldest nephews. Keith also helped build the baseball diamond in 2007, alongside his dad, Tommy. During his free time, Keith gives back to many of the kids in our schools by working with them on baseball fundamentals.


Tommy Dickens (basketball player / baseball coach / Friend of the Program) is a 1963 graduate from St. Mary’s High School (what later became Trinity High School). Tommy played on the 1st basketball team for St. Mary’s High School during the 1962-1963 season. Tommy has contributed to the success of Trinity High School Athletics in many ways.  He helped install the plumbing in St. Mary Gym when it was being built in 1971; he coached Trinity High School baseball from 1995-1998; and he purchased a mini bus for Trinity High School.

One of his most significant contributions was at the ball park.   Tommy began the baseball diamond renovation at Whitesville City Park after the 2007 THS baseball season and completed the field before the 2008 season. Tommy not only donated money to this effort, but also gave countless hours of his time to make the field beautiful.   In 2009, Tommy renovated the new softball diamond at Whitesville City Park to match the beauty of the baseball field.   He helped his son, Keith, coach baseball from 2007-2012 at Trinity High School.

In 2017, Tommy was asked to be head coach for the new St. Mary Middle School baseball team, and he accepted the position. Tommy was dedicated to the season and purchased most of the equipment needed to get the team started; this included 3 sets of catching gear.

Tommy also purchased and installed batting cages for the Horn Center so the school teams  would be able to have indoor batting practice when the weather kept them from going outside. 

Tommy has been a Raider fan of all sports for years, and it always brought him great joy to watch his children and grandchildren play on the court and on the ball fields.

Chelsea Howard (volleyball / softball) is a proud 2013 graduate of Trinity High School. She is the Marketing Manager for Weed Man Lawn Care, Evergreen, and Mosquito Joe. While attending Trinity High School, Chelsea was a part of the National Honor Society as well as the National Art Honor Society, and she participated in Y Club and Catholics in Action. Many of her favorite memories at Trinity involved her two favorite sports: volleyball and softball.

Chelsea received several awards throughout her sports career, including being named to the District Volleyball All-Tournament Team in 2009, ’10, ’11, and ’12, and the 3rd Region Volleyball All-Tournament Team in 2011 and 2012.  The highlight of Chelsea’s THS sports career, her senior year, was being named 3rd Region Volleyball Player of the Year. She believes she would not have been able to achieve honor without the support of her family; high school coach, Adam Huff; club coaches; and teammates. Chelsea graduated Suma Cum Laude at Trinity in 2013. After high school, Chelsea attended OCTC, where she received an associate degree. She moved to Bowling Green to complete a bachelor degree at Western Kentucky University. There, she made the President’s List each semester and graduated with honors in December of 2016.      Chelsea eventually moved back to her hometown where she helped coach Apollo High School volleyball for the 2018 season and landed her job in marketing, which helps her get out into her community as much as possible.  


Jerry and Vickie Morris (Friends of the Program)  Jerry is a 1978 graduate of Trinity High School, and Vickie is a 1981 graduate of Daviess County High School. Together they have 5 children: Matt, Jenny, Josh, Michael and Brooke, all graduates of Trinity High School.  Jerry and Vickie have been involved with World Youth Day and taking our students on trips to Rome and Canada. Jerry was an assistant coach for volleyball, and Vickie helped keep volleyball scorebooks.

Jerry and Vickie began Angels for Ashley in 2009 after completing a build for the Johnson family here in Whitesville. This group completes many wonderful projects throughout our community and beyond, including spearheading another build for Trinity High School graduate Aaron Knott and his wife Andi.

In 2010, Jerry and Vickie established the annual Trinity High School Alumni and Friends BBQ Cookoff, which continues to raise between $35,000-$50,000 for Trinity High School every year. This event, hosted at their home, brings in upwards of 300 Trinity alumni and friends from all over the country. Not only do Jerry and Vickie host this event annually for Trinity High School, they cook at the BBQ Festival yearly, host many Raider Nights, and supply the turkey dinners for our Thanksgiving Social, all of which generate the funds to help support our school!  Along with being advocates for Trinity High School, they support many other worthy causes. They partner with WBKR and cook for St. Jude every winter, cook for March for Life, have marched with students for the Right to Life, and are involved heavily with Christmas Wish.  Trinity High School is incredibly blessed to have the support such generous people.  

Krista Dickens Morris (basketball / softball) is a 1996 graduate of Trinity High School. Krista is an OCTC graduate with an associate degree in business. She currently works out of the home as a child care provider.
Krista is currently the assistant coach for the Lady Raiders basketball team. While Krista attended Trinity High School, she played four years of varsity basketball and softball. As a junior, she was on the first girls Class A 3rd Region Basketball Championship Team in 1995.  As a senior, she was on the first girls basketball team to win a regional game in 1996.  She also was on the first-ever fast pitch softball team at THS in 1995.

At the time of induction, Krista was serving in her 17th year of coaching varsity girls basketball in the 3rd region. She began coaching right out of high school, helping the elementary teams at St. Mary. She coached at St. Mary until 2000, when she began coaching at Trinity, serving as an assistant for five seasons under Emily Hernandez. During that time, the team won 4 Class A Regional Titles and 3 District Titles. Krista became the head coach during the 2005-2006 season. That same year, Krista became an assistant coach for THS volleyball under Adam Huff. Starting the season of 2006-2007, Krista became an assistant coach at Owensboro High School, where she served for 8 years. Krista also coached the St. Mary 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade Catholic Leagues from 2012-2016.  She coached middle school basketball from 2015-2018. Krista also helped establish the Little Raiders K-5 basketball league at the Horn Community Center to help the youth develop their skills and a love of basketball!