Triway High School (Wooster, Ohio)

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Triway High School
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Triway High School (Wooster, Ohio)
3205 Shreve Road

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44691

United States
Coordinates 40°45′38″N81°58′38″W / 40.7605556°N 81.9772222°W / 40.7605556; -81.9772222 Coordinates: 40°45′38″N81°58′38″W / 40.7605556°N 81.9772222°W / 40.7605556; -81.9772222
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Type Public, Co-Ed
Established1963
School districtTriway Local School District
SuperintendentNate Schindewolf
PrincipalScott Wharton
Grades 9-12
Enrollment421 [1]  (2016-17)
Color(s)Purple & White   
Athletics conference PAC-8
MascotTitan man
Nickname Titans
Website http://www.triway.k12.oh.us/

Triway High School is a public high school in Wooster Ohio. It is the only high school in the Triway Local School District. Their nickname is the Titans.

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Background

Triway serves primarily the townships of Wooster, Franklin, and Clinton, and the village of Shreve in Wayne County, Ohio. These three areas agreed to consolidate in 1960 under the name of "Triway", [2] and the school was opened at its current location in 1963. In the school district there are three K-6 elementary schools: Franklin Elementary which is now shut down and has been absorbed by the Wooster Township branch of the schools, Shreve Elementary, and Wooster Township Elementary. Triway Jr. High School serves grades 7-8, and Triway High School serves grades 9-12.

Triway's colors are purple and white, which were chosen by coach Marion Zody, who also named the sports teams the "Titans" after the New York Jets previous nickname. [2] The Titans have long-standing rivalries with the Waynedale High School Golden Bears, the West Holmes High School Knights, and the Orrville High School Red Riders. Triway was a member of the Wayne County Athletic League from 1963-1970 (and previously as the Shreve High School Trojans) until joining the Chippewa Conference (1970-1976), then the All-Ohio Conference/League (1976-1989), and the Mohican Area Conference (1989-2004), before joining the PAC-7.

Sports

Triway has had many talented sports teams since the district was established, mostly in football and basketball. The most recent accomplishments have been:

Prior to the 1963 consolidation as Triway, the Shreve Trojans competed in the WCAL as a representative from the area. [2]

Notable alumni

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References

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