Trinity defeated Male in impressive fashion Saturday night on their way to another state championship. In that game, Wright went 20 of 23 passing for 274 yards and four touchdowns.
"(Winning the championship) was more than exciting," said Wright. "I can't even put into works how great it felt to have that trophy at the end of the game. We've worked so hard since day one in March and we deserved it," he said.
Wright's hard work specifically led him to an outstanding sophomore season for Trinity, his first as a starter. He had 2832 yards passing and 35 touchdowns this year, completing a blistering 72 percent of his passes.
"I think I had a good season. At the beginning, I think my name was not well known, but I sort of put my name on the map this year," said Wright. I set my own record for most touchdowns in a half, but I want to do more than that. I have great expectations of myself," he continued.
Wright's expectations mirror that of his team. Wright wants to get better and he believes his team can get better and repeat as champions again next year with hard work.
"I want to continue to get bigger and better physically and I want to work on my arm strength as well," Wright said. "As a team, I think we can be as good as we want to be. It's just a matter of how hard we are willing to work. We as a team need to focus and not let this season get us big headed. We need to come out and work even harder than this season," he finished.