The Triton Athletic Department is proud of ouf facilities.  Through dedication and persistence, we believe that we have developed one of the finest athletic complexes in the area.  Our facilites, indoors and out, have allowed us to host IHSAA post season events from the Sectional to the Semi-State levels.  We will continue to take pride in our facilities and keep them in tip top shape!


Ken Keller Field is located on the grounds of the Triton High School campus.  Named after long time Triton Teacher, Coach, Athletic Director, Guidance Counselor, and Triton Athletic Department Hall of Fame Member Ken Keller, the field has been home to the Trojans since 19??.
Facts and Figures:
Right Field: 320
Center Field: 400
Left Field: 350
Infield: Grass 


The Trojan Trench opened it's doors during the 1970-1971 season.  The floor level was built below ground to maximize the number of seats in the gym.  The gymnasium went many years without a name until 1975 Triton Graduate Kevin Boyer suggested that the gym have a name, the Trojan Trench. During the winter of 2007-2008 basketball season, the gymnasium became known as the Trojan Trench.

Fact or fiction, legend tells us that the ancient city of Troy was protected by two outer trenches.  Each trench was eight feet deep and ten to eleven feet wide.  The defensive purpose of the trenches was to deny access to the city by chariots, siege towers and battering rams.

In recognition of that ancient battle strategy, Triton has named its gymnasium, which is positioned below ground level, the Trojan Trench.  May all who visit, whether competitor or spectator, remember and honor its historical heritage.

Figures and Facts: 
Seating Capacity: 3,492
Locker Rooms: 4 on the main floor level
Training Room: located on main floor level
Courts: 1 main floor and 2 side courts


Triton Cross Country athletes compete on a 5K course on school grounds.  The course is flat and is ran mostly on grass, but does include an 800m loop through a neighboring woods.  The starting and finish lines are located just north of the bus garage in the open field adjacent to Ken Keller Field.  The spectator friendly course is home to the annual Marshall County Cross Country meet.  
Facts and Figures: 
Distance: 5K (3.1 miles)
Hills: none
Surface: mostly grass


The Triton football field and track complex is located just south of the Triton High School main parking lot.  The field has been home to Triton football since 1971.  With the construction of the Ernie Watkins Pavilion and the new football press box in the summer of 2012, the Triton football and track complex has become a source of pride for all Triton fans.
The Ernie Watkins Pavilion is a multifaceted building that houses a ticket booth, concessions stand, Triton Trojan Athletic Club hamburger stand, and men's and women's restrooms.  The facility is constructed of split face block and a metal roof, allowing for low maintenance care.  The Ernie Watkins Pavilion is located at the entrance to the stadium and provides for a welcoming atmosphere for Triton Trojan fans and our visitors.
Facts and Figures:
Seating Capacity:  approximately 2,000 on home side and 1,000 on away side
Field Surface: Grass
Lights: Yes
Track: 6 lanes
Track Surface: All-weather outdoor synthetic rubber 


The Triton boys and girls golfers play their home course at Rozella Ford in Warsaw.  Located at 1700 Rozella Road in Warsaw, the course offers 18 holes of play.  Rozella Ford is not only home to Triton boys and girls golf, but it's also open for public play throughout the year.
 Facts and Figures:
Location: Warsaw, IN
Men's Par: 71
Women's Par: 71
Driving Range: Yes
Putting Green: Yes


Bill Keyser Field, constructed in ____, is home to Lady Trojan Softball.  Located on school property, adjacent to the town park, Bill Keyser Field was named to honor Bill Keyser, long time Town Board and Triton Little League Board member.  The field was built by the town of Bourbon, but is shared with the Triton Athletic Department.
Facts and Figures:
Left Field: 200ft
Center Field: 250ft
Right Field: 200ft
Lights: Yes 


The Triton Tennis courts are located on the south edge of our main parking lot and adjacent to the football field and track.  We have six regulation courts with a welcoming entrance.  These outdoor courts are home to both boys and girls tennis.


Triton wrestlers have a practice facility located inside of The Trojan Trench.  Located at the north end of the Trench, the wrestling practice room has new mats that we purchased in 2012.  The practice facility, which used to also house our weight room, was expanded to provide enough space for adequate training sessions.  
On match nights, the Triton wrestlers compete on the main floor of the Trojan Trench.  Our new competition mats are rolled out on the center of the main floor.  Spectators fill the east lower bleachers. 
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