Myrick pitches Trojans past Raleigh Private Schools

Philip Myrick pitches a complete game and the Trojans provide plenty of run support to take the CCSL win over previously unbeaten Raleigh Private Schools 10-4. Ricky Martin collects two hits and a RBI for the Trojans (5-2). The Trojans strike for 3 each in the first three frames. Dillon Creech walks to lead off the Trojans first, steals second and moves to third on a balk. Jeremy Conyers drives him in. Martin singles, sending a hustling Conyers to third and he scores on Matt Powell's sacrifice fly. Myrick drives in Martin for 3-0 Garner lead. Jackson Pleasant ends an RPS threat in the 2nd, nailing a would-be base theft for the 3rd out, leaving a runner at third. Paco Martin slams a double off the centerfield wall to start the second. Pleasant reaches on an RPS error and Creech singles to load the bases. Conyers draws a walk to score Martin and Pleasant dashes home on a wild pitch. Ricky Martin reaches on a RPS miscue, a throw home with no force and the bases are stacked again. Myrick draws a walk to force in a run and its 6-0 Trojans. Raleigh gets 3 hits and two walks in the top of the third to make it 6-2 before the Trojans answer with three in the bottom of the inning, all with two out. In the inning, Creech is hit-by-pitch and gets his 2nd steal and heads home of a Gabe Chrismon RBI single. Chrismon scores, after a wild pitch to second, on an RPS error on Conyers smash to short. Conyers theft of second and scores on Ricky Martin RBI single to push the lead back to 9-2. Myrick disposes of RPS in order in the 4th and the Trojans plate their final run off the RPS reliever on Paco Martin's sacrifice fly as Myrick dashes home on a fly to very short right field and beats the throw home. RPS rallies for two in the seventh on 4 hits but a liner to Paco Martin at second ends the game, 10-2. The Trojans travel to Clayton Tuesday night:





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Philip Myrick delivers a complete game outing Dillon Creech dashes for two steals on the nightGabe Chrismon scores Paco Martin turns two
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Junior team gets back in the win column
The Junior team wins 11-5 over Broughton, collecting 11 hits and Cyle Nicely picks up the win in relief. CJ Schmitt, Brett Bailey and Colin Perry get two hits a piece as the Trojans go to 7-1 on the season. The Trojans play "small ball" early and often, starting with Matt Hawley scampers to first on a missed third strike and takes second on an errant pick off attempt. Colin Perry perfect sacrifice moves him to third and Hawley scores on Alec Hulmes RBI double. Bailey follows with a single. Bailey and Hulmes execute a perfect delayed double steal, scoring Alec from third. Schmitt drives in Bailey for a 3-0 Trojan lead. The Caps get a run in the 2nd packaging a walk, an error and one hit to make it 3-1. Andy Beck, Hawley and Perry lead off the Trojan second with consecutive singles and Beck scores on a Cap miscue. Hawley follows him to the plate, scoring on a wild pitch and its 5-1 Garner. Broughton plates a run in the 3rd and plates three in the fifth to knot the game at 5-5. The Trojans more than answer with 5 in their half, lead by Bailey's perfect bunt single and keeps running, catching the Caps not covering 2nd base. A Cap boot of a Wil Norris smash to short puts runners at the corners and Schmitt doubles to drive in Bailey. Connor Torruella single re-loads the bases and Norris scores on Acquil Sanders ground out. The fourth Cap error on Beck's rip to short makes it 8-5. Perry plates two with his RBI single for a 10-5 Trojan lead. Norris completes the scoring when he walks and is given second when the fourth ball ends up in the Trojan dugout. Schmitt moves him to third and he scores on a Cap balk. The Caps leave the bases loaded in the 7th, with Hawley, in relief of Nicely, striking out two. Starter Colin Perry pitched 4 innings but was not involved in the decision





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Lady Trojans named to 2008 4A All-State softball team

Congratulations to the Lady Trojans named to this year's 4A All-State Softball team:
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Trojan rally falls short against the Bengals

The Trojans rally for two in the seventh but needed three in the 4-3 loss to Fuquay. Hunter Brown takes the loss despite 5 innings of 4-hit ball as the Trojans can only muster a run on Matt Powell's RBI double. A genuine pitchers duel that turned on errors by both teams, 3 by the Trojans and 4 by Fuquay, including three in the 7th. Fuquay (5-0-1) strikes first, taking advantage of a Trojan error for a 1-0 lead in the first. In the second, Paco Martin nails the Fuquay runner at home to keep the score close. Garner (4-2) knots the game in the fourth when Jeremy Conyers is hit by a pitch and scores on Powell's RBI. The Bengals answer in the fifth on two Trojan errors to plate two for a 3-1 lead. Kevin Baker pitches an inning of scoreless relief and gives way to Philip Myrick who is touched for solo homer by Aaron Olive for 4-1 Fuquay lead. The Trojans go down fighting in the last inning. Paco Martin, Jackson Pleasant reach on consecutive Bengal errors and Martin scores on a wild pitch to make it 4-2. Another Bengal boot on Dillon Creech's hot shot scores Clint Clay, courtesy running for Pleasant to narrow the gap to 4-3 but the Trojans are unable to plate the tying run. Dillon Creech goes 2-4, Matt Powell 1-4 and Patrick Monahan 1-4:





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Trojans honor America Matt Powell rips an RBI double Jeremy Conyers bats as Dillon Creech leads off 2nd Pat Monahan ready at the plate with Jackon Pleasant on 2nd

Junior team suffers first loss
Fuquay scores six in the 7th to blow open a close ballgame and send the Trojans to their first defeat of the CCSL season 8-1. Wil Norris holds the Bengals close for 4 innings, leaving trailing 1-0 and assisted by fine Trojan defense. Colin Perry makes two terrific outfield assists and Brett Bailey guns down two base stealers. Josh Randle first inning single and Seth Council's hit in the 3rd and a CJ Schmitt double are the only hits for the Trojans (6-1) get through Norris' day. Kevin McCreery pitches two innings of scoreless relief, aided by a terrific pick off of a Bengal at second and Bailey nailing a would be base theft in the sixth. Connor Torruella takes over in the seventh. The Bengals get two doubles and a single and two Trojan errors helps Fuquay bat around and plate six. In the seventh, Schmitt crushes his second double, a ground rule call as the drive to left bounces over the fence and scores on Perry's RBI single for the 8-1 final.





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Junior team huddles in pre-game Connor Torruella takes a cut Josh Randle with Seth Council on 2nd Kevin McCreery delivers in relief

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Trojans sweep E.Chapel Hill

Junior team travels to E.Chapel Hill and won 9-1 to stay undefeated at 6-0 on the year. Matt Hawley pitches 6 innings, Scott McCreery closes out the 7th.

Senior team won 7-2 at E.Chapel Hill. Jacob Baker goes to 2-0 on the season with 3 1/3 innings pitched and Drew Gay finished it out for the save. The Senior team is now 4-1.

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Garner, Faircloth achieve Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic Awards

Congratulations to Alaina Garner ('08) and Jake Faircloth recipients of the 2008 Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic Awards Scholarships for outstanding service to the sports medicine program at GMHS. Dr Lyman Smith, team physician for the Trojans, Head Athletic Trainer, Mike Guerrero and AD Doc Harrell presented the awards to Alaina and Jake. Congratulations to Alaina and Jake and the fabulous sports medicine team at GMHS for your countless hours of service to our teams!!

For the fifth consecutive year Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic (ROC) has awarded students at six area high schools with scholarships and saving bonds in recognition of National Athletic Trainers Month. The students were selected by the athletic directors and head athletic trainers on criteria including exemplary academic performance and dedicated volunteer service to the sports medicine program. The students were selected for career aspirations in athletic training or the sports medicine field, exemplary academic performance and volunteer service to the sports medicine program. Raleigh Orthopaedic Clinic (ROC) is Wake County’s largest and oldest orthopaedic practice, treating patients since 1919. The orthopaedic surgeons of ROC are fellowship trained in their respective subspecialty areas that include foot and ankle, hand and wrist, spine, hip, shoulder and elbow surgery, total joint replacement, sports medicine, and pediatric orthopaedic care. Ancillary services include physical therapy, magnetic resonance imaging, radiology, shock wave therapy, and orthotics and pedorthics.

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Lady Trojans competing in Southern Regional Soccer Tournament

Lady Trojan soccer competitors in the 2008 Southern Regionals :
Meagan's U17 CASL Spartan Elite team went to double overtime against the Dallas Texans but due to the 2-2 tie, but lost on penalty kicks to theTexans in the semi-final match.
Kaitlin's U19 CASL Spartan Elite team was ahead 2-1 at halftime but Tophat (Georgia) came back to tie it by the end of regulation. Tophat scored again in the first overtime and after two overtimes, Tophat wins 3-2, also in the semi-finals. Kudos to our Lady Trojans and their teammates for the tremendous effort and respresenting GMHS and NC very well!!

Kaitlin Wescoe's ('07) team U19 CASL Spartan Elite (2008 NC State Champions) beats Mississippi 1-0. They play Georgia Tuesday in the semi-finals. Previously they topped the wild card team from Louisiana 1-0 and wins against Alabama 3-0.

Senior Meagan Proper (Premier League East Champions) U17 CASL Spartan Elite team wins 5-0 against Louisiana yesterday. They play North Texas Tuesday in the semi-finals..Won 4-0 against Mississippi Friday, Tied 1-1 against Tennessee Saturday and Won 3-0 against ERSA Express from Tennessee.

U18's: Paige Dugal ('08) (2007-08 State Champions) U18 CASL Spartan Elite have concluded play for the Regionals: lost 1-0 to Dfeeter's from North Texas, lost 5-2 to Oklahoma on Saturday and lost 2-0 to Concord Fire from Georgia

The event, sponsored by CASL, is a precursor to the Nationals to be held in Little Rock, Arkansas in July and runs through next Wednesday. The tournament games will be played at the WRAL facility in Raleigh and the Gillette Soccer Complex in Wilson, NC. Good luck Lady Trojans!!

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Hulmes shuts out Lee County for undefeated Trojans

Alec Hulmes pitches 6 innings of 4-hit ball and Seth Council goes 2-for-2 with a double, triple & 3 RBI's as the Junior Trojans roll to 5-0 with the 6-0 win over Lee County. The Trojans take advantage of lead off walks to Colin Perry and Acquil Sanders to start the 2nd. Council doubles to drive in both runners and Brett Walters follows with an RBI double scoring Council for 3-0 lead. In the fourth, Wil Norris walks and a Council triple brings him home for a 4-0 advantage. The Yellow Jackets threaten in the sixth but Brett Bailey guns down a steal attempt and Connor Torruella snags the last out. Garner completes the scoring in their half of the inning when Hulmes RBI single plates Norris and Torruella drives in Walters for the 6-0 final, Hulmes strikes out six for his second win of the year. The Trojans travel to E.Chapel Hill Tuesday night for a 4PM game followed by the Senior team game:





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Starter Alec Hulmes delivers to the plate Acquil Sanders holds the runner at first Josh Randle takes a pitch inside Bailey rips a single to left

Senior team suffers first loss
A 45-minute lightening delay stops the Trojan momentum as Lee County scores 5 after the break and a seventh inning rally falls short in the 7-4 loss to very tough Lee County. Starter Jackson Pleasant is touched for a 2-run homer by Patrick Oldham but cruises into the delay without giving up another score. The Trojans answer in the 2nd when Jeremy Conyers reaches on a Jacket error and reaches third on Ricky Martin's single. Conyers tags and scores on Matt Powell's sacrifice fly followed by a Pleasant RBI single to knot the game at 2-2. After the lenghty delay, Lee County packages three singles for a 3-2 lead. In the fifth, the Jackets score twice to add to their lead. Kevin Baker takes over in the sixth, The Jackets get a single and a two out double to push two across for a 7-2 advantage. Drew Gay relieves and sits the Jackets down in order in the sixth. In the final frame, pinch hitter Matt Price starts the rally with a walk and moves to second on Dillon Creech's second hit of the night. A wild pitch moves the runners up a base before Hunter Brown RBI single. Conyers singles scores Creech to cut the lead to 7-4. But not enough to avoid their first loss and fall to 3-1 on the season.





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Jackson Pleasant bears down Pat Monahan leads off first Ricky Martin ready at third Brown RBI single

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Trojan star Donald Williams returns for basketball camp

Former Garner standout and Final Four MVP with UNC's 1993 NCAA National Championship basketball team, Donald Williams ('91) will be hosting The Donald Williams Basketball Academy, at Garner High School June 23-26. Williams is the coach at Raleigh Charter's girls team and the local AAU team, after spending 12 years playing professional basketball in Europe, the CBA and with the world famous Harlem Globetrotters. Williams' jersey has been retired by GMHS, where he averaged 35.6 points per game as an all-state senior. He currently ranks 5th all-time in scorering for NC with 2,574 career points. Williams cracked the 30-point barrier 34 times and scored 40 or more points in 10 games over the course of his stellar high school career. Welcome home Donald!!

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Medlin pitches Post 232 past Duplin County.

Wil Medlin pitches 6 innings of 4 hit ball with 8 strikeouts and Dillon Creech, Landon Adams and Daniel Terry drive in two each as Post 232 downs Duplin/Sampson County Post 127 by a 9-2 score. Post 127 strikes first with a run in the second and third innings before Garner strikes back with 4 in their half of the third, helped by three Duplin miscues. Zach McDowell leads off with a single and is moved to second on Landon Adams ground out and scores on Lee Dickens grounder which is misplayed. Terry’s single drives in two and Zach Furl drives in another for a 4-2 lead, to chase the Duplin starter. In the fourth, Adams doubles and scores on Creech’s RBI single. Garner plates three the fifth when Adams drives two with a triple, scoring Zach Furl and Kyle Canfield and Adams scores on Creech’s second RBI to make the score 8-2. Another Duplin error in the sixth allows Terry to score after reached on a hit by a pitch:

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Junior team edges Enloe to remain undefeated

The Junior Trojans make it four in a row with the Saturday 4-3 win over Enloe. Starter Robert Doak gets the win and Matt Hawley the save. C.J. Schmitt has 2 hits and an RBI and Josh Randle has 2 hits also for the Trojans. Alec Hulmes drives in hustling Seth Council in the first for a 1-0 Garner lead. The Eagles answer with a run in the 2nd to tie it up. Council reaches again in the 3rd hit-by-pitch, steals second and comes home on Schmitt's 2nd RBI to re-take the lead 2-1. Josh Randle leads off the 4th with a single and Council drives him in with an RBI single. Acquil Sanders scores on an Enloe wild pitch for a 4-1 advantage. The Trojans (4-0) flash the leather in the fifth with Randle and Sanders both making terrific defensive catches to stop an Enloe rally. The Eagles plate two in the 6th but Brett Bailey puts out fire, gunning an Enloe would-be base stealer for the final out. Hawley puts the game away with a 1-2-3 7th, with 2 strikeouts. The Trojans are next in action Monday at Trojan Park for a 5PM game vs Lee County, which will be followed by the Senior team.





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C.J Schmitt hustles on the bases Seth Council ready at the plate

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Nunley wins 110m in USA Junior Champs

USA Junior Champ Booker Nunley

Booker Nunley ('08) takes the 110m hurdles in the USA Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championsips meet held in Columbus, OH. Nunley shot out of the blocks and led the men's 110m hurdles wire-to-wire to win in 13.40. The Championships take place June 20-22 at the Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium at Ohio State University. The top two finishers in each event will compete in the 2008 IAAF World Junion Championships in Bydgoszca, Poland. Booker will be running for the University of South Carolina Gamecocks next year. Great job Booker!!

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Trojans pound W.Harnett in CCSL baseball

Hunter Brown pitches a 4-hitter and the Trojan bats provide plenty of support, ending this one in 5 innings 12-2. Dillon Creech continues his hot hitting with a 3-4 night and the Trojans take full advantage of 4 Eagle errors. Creech leads off the game with a double and scores on a wild throw on Gabe Chrismon's steal of second. Jeremy Conyers infield single scores Chrismon for a 2-0 Garner lead. The Eagles plate two in the third before Brown doubles in Patrick Monahan to take the lead back 3-2. The Trojans (3-0) blow it open with 4 in the fourth. Ricky Martin leads off with a single, moved to second on Jackson Pleasant walk and scores on an errant throw on Matt Powell's perfect sacrifice bunt. A wild pitch plates another run and Creech crashes a double off the right-center wall scoring Powell and a 6-2 lead. Creech scores on Monahan infield grounder to make it 7-2. In the Garner fifth, Pleasant drives in Conyers who reached on the third Eagle error, followed by a Ricky Martin double. Jonathon Sherron is walked to load the bases and Paco Martin doubles in two for a 10-2 score. Creech has an infield single to load the bases again and Chrismon draws a walk to drive in the 11th run. W.Harnett (1-2) boots Monahan's shot to third, plating the 12th and final run.





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Hunter Brown delivers to the plate Chrismon takes a cut Hot-hitting Dillon Creech Conyers on deck, Ricky Martin up next

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JV team rolls to 3-0 with 11-2 win
Starter Colin Perry gets the win, backed by a 5-run second inning. Brett Bailey's 2-run homer and fantastic glove work by Connor Torruella keeps the Trojans undefeated this season. The Trojans plate five in the 2nd inning. Brett Walters drives in Torruella with the bases loaded, followed by an Alec Hulmes walk to score Matt Hawley. Seth Council scores on a wild ptch and C.J. Schmitt scores Walters with an RBI ground out and Josh Randle RBI single puts the lead at 5-0. In the W.Harnett fourth, Torruella makes a terrific over-the-shoulder catch, followed by Council catching up with a diving line drive in center. Torruella ends the inning with another terrific defensive gem to keep the Eagles off the board. Schmitt drives in Randle in the Trojans 4th and Scott McCreery hustles home from second on an Eagle error to make it 7-0 before Bailey blasts a drive to deep left and a 9-0 Trojan advantage. W.Harnett scratches out 2 in their fifth before Randle drives in two for the final score. The Trojans (3-0) play Enloe at Trojan Park Saturday at noon.




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Bret Bailey goes DEEP Hulmes takes the pick off throw from Perry McCreery ready at the plate Randle digs in with Hulmes at second
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Lady Trojans on State Games rosters

Coach Moe Barbour's Lady Trojans are well represented on the Region 3 rosters for the NC State Games to be held Thursday, June 19th through Sunday, June 22 at UNC-Greensboro. The Senior squad features NCSU signee Morgan Barbour and Peace College recruit Amanda Beach. The underclassman squad includes Juniors Christie Wright, Nadia Jeffries and Kimmie Stewart. Congratulations Lady Trojans!!

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Junior team tops Middle Creek, goes to 2-0

The Junior team travels to Middle Creek and wins 7-3 to go to 2-0 on the early season. They return home Thursday night for a 5PM game vs W.Harnett.

The Senior team wins 14-1 at Middle Creek. Starter Jacob Baker flirts with a no-hitter for 5 innings before giving way to Drew Gay in relief. The Trojans (2-0) total 18 hits with Hunter Brown collecting 3 hits and Dillon Creech, Matt Price, Jeremy Conyers, Gabe Chrismon & Paco Martin picking up two hits a piece. They play again Thursday back at Trojan Park for a 7PM game vs W.Harnett.

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Trojans open CCSL play with sweep of Pine Forest

The Trojans opened Central Carolina Scholastic League play at home vs Pine Forest Monday night with wins by both the Junior & Senior teams.

  • The Junior team wins 13-5 behind winnning pitcher Alec Hulmes.

  • The Senior team gets two hits each from Dillon Creech and Matt Powell in the 6-2 win. Jackson Pleasant goes 6 innings with 7 stikeouts while allowing just 4 hits and a walk for the win.

  • Both teams travel to Middle Creek Tuesday before the week concludes with a Thursday night DH at home vs W.Harnett. Be sure to come out for exciting summer league action!! Admission to games is $4 per adult and $2 per student.

    During the summer the teams ask parents to volunteer and help with the admission gate. Please consider volunteering if you have time. Volunteers are needed from 4-6 and 6-8 on home dates. If you can help, contact Coach Goffena.

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    Congratulations Class of 2008

    To all our Trojan athletes, parents, supporters and staff, we send best wishes for a safe and happy summer!!! Congratulations and Best wishes to the Class of 2008 and we look forward to following your college careers.

    Race for the Cure June 14th!!

    Kudos to Greater Raleigh Ice who has stepped up to provide the 1000lbs need for The Race for the Cure to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation on Saturday June 14th at Meredith College. We applaud their community service!!! The Foundation still needs plenty of volunteers to help with this worthwhile cause. Opportunities are available for the day of the Race and also for multiple pre-Race activities. Click here to sign up online. Greater Raleigh Refrigeration, Inc. 1404 Smith Reno Road Raleigh, NC 27603 (919) 832-2200

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    Volleyball Try-outs set

    Final times and date is set by Coach Boyette for the 2008-'09 Lady Trojans:
    Begins on August 5, 2008
    4:00-6:00 pm
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    Both prospective Varsity and JV players
    All athletes must have completed an athletic physical prior to beginning work-outs.

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    Paige Dugal named Female Scholar Athlete of the Year

    Congratulations to Senior soccer star Paige Dugal who was named The News and Observer Female Scholar Athlete of the Year! An all-state and East-West All-Star soccer selection, as well as cross country and basketball player, Paige starred in the classroom as well with a 4.88 GPA. Dugal will play soccer for NCSU next year. Paige is the daughter of Wendy and Tre Dugal. Congratulations and very best wishes Paige!!

    Congratulations to the athletes of the Class of 2008 who will playing in college next year:

  • Kameron Smith, football, 2008, US Naval Academy
  • Paige Dugal, soccer, 2008, NC State
  • Kanita Shepherd, basketball, 2008 James Madison
  • Morgan Barbour, softball, 2008, NC State
  • Cecily Parrott, softball, 2008, Peace College
  • Amanda Beach, softball, 2008, Peace College
  • Reggie Bowens, football, 2008, South Carolina
  • Tony Morgan, football, 2008, Garden City CC
  • Tiffany Moody, basketball, 2008, Ohio Valley University
  • Booker Nunley, track, 2008, South Carolina
  • Alan McManus, football, 2008, Catawba College
  • Sam Stephenson, golf, 2008, UNC Pembroke
  • Wil Medlin, baseball, 2008, Chowan University
  • Zach Howell, baseball, 2008, UNC-Greensboro

  • We look forward to following your college careers. Go Trojans!!

    Lady Trojans named to All-District team

    Congratulations to Coach Barbour and Coach Harris Lady Trojans named to the 4A All-District 3 team for 2008:

  • Morgan Barbour
  • Amanda Beach
  • Christie Wright
  • Nadia Jeffries
  • Kimmie Stewart

  • The Lady Trojans posted a 18-7 season and again qualified for the NCHSSA state play-offs. The 2008 All-State team will be announced the week of July 4th. Congratulations Ladies for continuing the Garner Winning Tradition!!!

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    Post 232 drops two of three in weekend Legion Series

    Cary takes the rubber game of the series, 5-4 Sunday at Trojan Park. Garner takes a 2-0 lead in the first on a 2-run home run by Wil Medlin. Cary rallies for 3-run sixth to take the lead. Post 232 ties the game on a bases loaded walk in the seventh. In the eighth, Cary gets a lead off home run by Eric Brady and a RBI single by Cory Shackelford to give Cary (4-3) a 5-4 lead. Garner gets the tying run to second in the ninth, but couldn’t bring him in to fall to 2-4 for the year.

    Cary Post #67 took the second game in the weekend series Saturday night, played at Middle Creek, also by a 5-4 score. Wil Medlin and Zach McDowell have RBI doubles to tie the game 4-4 in the eighth, but Cary gets a lead off triple in the bottom half by Will Smith and then a sacrifice fly by Percy Evans gave Cary the 5-4 win.

    Furl, Adams lead Post 232 past Cary
    Landon Adams goes 2-4 with an RBI double and Zach Furl picks up his second win as Garner Post 232 tops Cary 2-1. Furl goes 5 innings with 7 strikeouts and John Atkins pitches 3 inning of relief for the save. Adams 2-out double drives in Kyle Canfield with the go ahead run in the fifth after Cary had tied the game in their half of the inning. Cary threatens in the sixth but a terrific catch by second baseman Trey Williams kills the threat:






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    Leading hitter: Landon Adams 2-4, 2B RBI, 2SB;

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