Weekend Sports Update

While all the weekend athletic events have been cancelled, the Trojan Gymnastics team will be back in action on FRIDAY NIGHT at 7:00 in the State Championship Gymnastics meet. The meet will be held at Raleigh Gymnastics.

The wrestling tournament scheduled for today has also been cancelled and will not be made up. the Trojan wrestlers will be back in action on Wednesday at Harnett Central.

However, all was not lost this weekend, the weather did make for some interesting pictures at GMHS....

Enjoy the weekend Trojan Nation!

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Trojan Rally Falls Short at Knightdale


The crowd wasn't as big as it will be when Duke and North Carolina get together later this year, but the intesty level was much the same and on Thursday night at Knightdale High School, the game had just about everything you could ask for, however, the Trojans rally fell short as the Knights came away with at four point, 78-74 win to make the GNRC race wide open.

Garner and Knightdale both raced out of the gate giving Garner play by play announcer, Chris Edwards all he could handle in the first quarter, but after the first stanza, Garner had a 29-24 lead.

After hitting just three shots from beyond the arc on Tuesday night, Garner came out on fire from downtown as they hit six first half three pointers including two from 6-7 Senior, Stephon Drane. The only problem was Knightdale was equally as hot from behind the line as they hit five shots to stay in the game. As the first half came to a close, the officials really let the two teams play and it became very physical which benifited Knightdale as they closed the half on a big run to take a 45-39 lead into the locker room.

The Knightdale lead would grow to as many as 12 points in the third quarter, but to the credit of the Trojans, they never let the game get away as the continued to chip away and the lead and eventually got the lead to singe digits.

Garner had the game down to under five points midway through the quarter, but after a touch foul that was call on Emmanuel McClain, one official whistled him for a technical foul which allowed Tyler Nicholson to go to the line and hit the two technical shots which put Knightdale back up and gave them some momentum as they closed the third quarter on a bit of a run as Garner had missed chances toward the end of the quarter which allowed the Knights to grow their lead to seven points, at 62-55 after three.

But, in the fourth quarter, the Trojans embodied the spirit of their Coach as they never quit even when the Knightdale lead grew to double digits, Garner continued to claw and eventually took the lead when Emmanuel McClain fired in a three from the right wing to give Garner their first lead since the first quarter at 68-66.

However, Knightdale fought right back and over the final four minutes of the game the two teams went back and forth, but in the end, the Knights made their free throws and came away with the 78-74 win over the Trojans.

With the loss, Garner's seven game winning streak has been snapped and the Trojans fall to 9-7 overall and 8-1 in the conference, meanwhile, Knightdale moves to 10-9 overall and just one game back of Garner in the conference race at 7-2.

The two teams will meet again on Wednesday night at 7:30 at Garner. But, before the Trojans and Knights renew their vows again this year, Garner will host SSS on Tuesday night also at 7:30.

**The Trojan Sports Network would like to thank Knightdale AD Guy Blough for his cooperation with tonight's web cast***

S. Drane 24, D. Johnson 20, E. McClain 15, G. Wilson 9, D. Anderson 3, D. Reed 2.

Knightdale: T. Nicholson 21, A. McDowell 11, A. Smith 10, R. Fredrick 9, K. Brodie 9, A. Pope 4, D. Monroe 3, A. Abullah 2.

Varsity Girls Give Coach Mays a Happy Birthday

Varsity Girls basketball Coach, Hardrick Mays celebrated his birthday day on Thursday and his Lady Trojans gave him a very Happy Birthday with at 55-43 win over Knightdale.

After a slow start in the first quarter by both teams, Garner was the first team to really get things going in the second quarter as they took a double digit lead into the locker room at halftime.

The lead would continue to grow in the second half as the Lady Trojans were able to get out in transition as the fast break really helped Garner as they pulled away in the second half to come away with a 55-43 win over the Knights.

Garner will return home on Tuesday night as they host SSS at 6:00

JV Boys Lose First Conference Game of the Year

One the same night when the Varsity boys dropped their first conference game of the season, the JV Trojans lost their halftime lead as they fell to Knightdale 58-55 to split the season series with the Knights.

The Trojans took a 34-18 halftime lead after playing one of their best halves of basketball so far this year, but, Knightdale came storming back in the second half thanks mainly to the sloppy play of the Trojans.

Garner just couldn't overcome the tough second half as the fell to the Knights 58-55. With the loss, the Trojans fall to 12-3 overall and 9-1 in the conference.

They will return to action on Tuesday when they travel to SSS for a 7:30 tip off.

Garner Wrestling Closes Home Season with Tough Loss

The 2009-2010 Wrestling season has been full of close matches for the Trojans, and on Wednesday night as Garner honored their seniors, it was a tough match but the East Wake would come out on top by two at 36-34.

103 - Timothy Jones (Garner) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 3:39 over Derrion Moody (East Wake)
119 - Scott Staples (East Wake) Fall :39 over Markell Harewood (Garner)
125 - Azzam Dhamra (East Wake) Fall :30 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Major Decision 14-1 over Charlie Manarino (East Wake)
135 - Marchus Carter (Garner) Decision 3-0 over Daniel Killette (East Wake)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Decision 10-7 over Branden Beck (East Wake)
145 - Cory Estes (East Wake) Decision OT 17-15 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
152 - Connor Porter (East Wake) Decision 8-1 over Christian Townsend (Garner)
160 - Mitchell Morgan (East Wake) Fall 4:59 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
171 - Cullen Casper (East Wake) Fall :43 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Kyander Moore (East Wake) Fall 3:07 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Vincent Mollo (Garner) Fall 3:27 over Austin Smith (East Wake)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 2:11 over PJ Shuler (East Wake)


Vinnie Sarroco (Garner) Fall 3:47 over Rupert Perez (East Wake)
David Huie (Garner) Fall 1:40 over Zack Heath (East Wake)
Brandon Walden (East Wake) Decision 6-1 over Javon Fowler (Garner)
Alex Rogers (Garner) Decision OT 5-0 over James Morris (East Wake)

Saturday's tournament at Green Hope is questionable at the moment due to the threat of winter weather. The next conference match will be next Wednesday we are at Harnett Central and then on Saturday, February 6th the Conference Tournament at Smithfield-Selma.

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JV Boys Basketball Update

The JV Boys basketball team is currently on a roll in the GNRC as the Trojans are undefeated inside league play. After downing Harnett Central on Jan. 15 67-52, the JV Trojans put together one of the most improbable wins in recent memory.

Last Friday, the JV Trojans were down by 17 points at home to West Johnston as the third quarter came to a close. Then at the 4 minute mark of the final period, Garner finally decided to turn it on and proceeded to go on a 36 to 6 run to finish with a 76-63 overtime win.

Coach Bloms said after the game "It was the most impressive comeback that I've been a part of, the guys never gave up and despite playing a lackluster 3 and 1/2 quarters were able to dig down and pull out an important conference win. Our bigs, Rashaun Shaw and Cameron Redd really stepped it up and controlled to paint in the 2nd half."

Juwan Moye 20 pts, 5 rebs, 4 stls, 1 blk
Jarie Hicks 10 pts, 3 assts, 2 rebs, 2 stls
Rashaun Shaw 9 pts, 6 rebs
Cameron Redd 9 pts, 11 rebs
Demarcus Sanford 8 pts, 4 rebs, 3 assts, 2 stls

Following the comeback win over West Johnston, the Trojans again played a very tough conference game as they traveled to Clayton just two nights ago. This time, Garner didn't have to come from 17 down, but just like the game against the Wildcats, the game went to overtime and again the Trojans came out on top 68-66.

Larry Richardson 20 pts, 3 stls, 2 blks
Jarie Hicks 19 pts
Cameron Redd 12 pts, 12 rebs
Anthony Tucker 7 pts, 7 assts, 5 rebs, 2 stls, 2 blks

The Trojans are now 12-2 on the year with their only losses coming in the early part of the season, and Coach Bloms and his squad lead the conference with a perfect 9-0 Conference record.

The JV Boys are back at home on Thursday night (Jan. 28) as they host Knightdale at 7:30.

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Swim Team Has Strong Finish at Conference Championship

Congratulations to the boys and girls swim team as they both had very strong finishes at the Conference Championships held last week at the Smithfield Aquatic Center on the SSS campus. Below you will find a complete list of results

1. Clayton 457, 2. Garner 448 1/2, 3. Harnett Central 250, 4. West Johnston 244,
5. SE Raleigh 196, 6. East Wake 189, 7. Smithfield-Selma 125, 8. Knightdale 72.5.

1. West Johnston 527, 2. Clayton 331, 3. Garner 301, 4. Harnett Central 279, 5. East Wake 257, 6t. Southeast Raleigh and Knightdale 147, 8. Smithfield-Selma 138.

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Gymnastics Team Tops GNRC

Congratulations to the Garner Gymnastics team who captured the Greater Neuse River Conference Championship last Friday night.

The team consists of: Megan Clifford, Kaisha El-McPherson, Jessica Hellman, Sarah Rogers, Holly Townsend and Coach Karen Hughes. Great job ladies!!

The GNRC Champs will be back in action this weekend at the State Championships!

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Trojans Blast Comets to Stay Perfect in Conference


Coming into Conference play, Coach Gray had one goal and that was to be the first team to win all their conference games, and on Tuesday night, the Trojans took another step toward achieving their goal as they blasted Clayton 73-49.

Garner and Clayton played a typical Garner/Clayton first quarter as the Trojans held a 17-13 after one, but in the second quarter, Garner really began to separate themselves thanks to the inside play of Stephon Drane and D'Andre Anderson, and Garner also had a great defensive effort in the first half on Clayton's Adam Parrish.

Parrish scored 17 points and hit five three pointers in the first meeting with Garner, but in the first half of Tuesday's game, Parris had yet to score a point as the Trojans had a 34-23 halftime lead.

Clayton began to come back on Garner in the third quarter, as the Trojans left a lot of points at the free throw line, but they made up for those lost points with style points as Stephon Drane and D'Andre Anderson got loose for some impressive dunks to put the game out of reach as the Trojans opened up a 20 point lead early in the fourth quarter and never looked back as for the second straight year, Garner sweeps the season series with the Comets.

Garner (9-6, 8-0) extends their win streak to seven games, while Clayton (14-5, 6-3) had their eight game winning streak snapped.

***NOTE: The Varsity Game that was originally scheduled for Friday has a good chance of being moved to THURSDAY NIGHT at Knightdale due to a possible winter storm. A final decision will be posted as soon as it becomes known. Stay tuned***

Clayton: A. Parrish 11, J. Getty 11, S. Clayton 7, D. Johnson 6, K. Frasier 6, T. Jones 3, T. Williams 3.
GARNER: S. Drane 21, G. Wilson 14, D. Anderson 13, D. Johnson 10, D. Reed 6, E. McClain 5, J. McClain 4

Varsity Girls Fall to Comets

The Varsity Girls had another tough test on Tuesday night as they faced a Clayton team that was sitting atop the conference along with Southeast Raleigh.

But, for the first quarter, Garner hung with the Comets, however, in the second quarter, Clayton began to pull away and the Lady Trojans just couldn't stay with the Comets quickness as the Comets downed Garner 68-41.

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Trojans Survive Wildcat Comeback; Win in OT


Coming into play on Friday night, Coach Eddie Gray and his Garner Trojans were looking to extend their current winning streak to six games, but in order to keep that winning streak going, they would have to defeat a West Johnston team that was 6-1 at home this season and had already defeated Knightdale at home in overtime earlier in the season, and after a slow start Garner jumped out to a big lead only to see West Johnston send the game to overtime, but the Trojans survived and hung on to win 70-62.

Garner was coming off a week layoff as they took a break to finish exams and it took a while for the Trojans to get rolling as West Johnston took a 14-12 lead after the first quarter.

But, as the first quarter ended Coach Gray had a stern message for his club and Garner responded on both ends of the floor as Garner scored 16 points in the second quarter while holding West Johnston to just one point in the second quarter to take a 28-15 lead into the locker room.

Garner's lead would continue to grow in the third quarter thanks to a very balanced effort, but as the game wore on, the Trojans' built up a 11 point lead after the third quarter, however, Garner was in some deep foul trouble and that would prove to be very costly late in the game.

West Johnston relied on the outside shot to climb back into the game in the fourth quarter as Mark Parker hit three big shots from beyond the arc and Shaq Dance also contributed with 16 second half points including 5 three pointer's to put the Wildcats right back in the game.

That's when things began to go south for the Trojans as both Emmanuel McClain and Gavin Wilson fouled out in the fourth quarter, and that lead to some offensive confusion late in the game for the Trojans and with Garner leading by two late in the fourth quarter, Ben Jacobs moved his way to the left baseline for a wide open lay up to tie the game at 52 as Garner's desperation heave was no good and the Trojans were playing their first overtime game of the year.

In the extra stanza, Garner dominated from the opening tip, thanks mainly to the play of Donald Johnson who went to the line a total of 21 times in the second half and overtime periods and of those 21, Johnson made 16 of his shots from the charity strip and after scoring just two points in the first half, Johnson scored 22 in the second half and overtime to lead the Trojans.

West Johnston, who was out the services of Jacob McNeill and Sean Johnson, who were both out due to injuries, had no match for the deeper Trojan bench and Garner began to pull away in overtime as they remained perfect in the conference with at 70-62 win over West Johnston.

Garner (8-6; 7-0) now leads the all-time series with West Johnston (8-6; 4-3) 11-2 and the Trojans will now prepare for a very difficult week as they will host Clayton on Tuesday night at 7:30 then travel to Knightdale on Friday also at 7:30.

Knightdale is currently second in the conference while Clayton is third.

D. Johnson 24, J. McClain 15, G. Wilson 12, S. Drane 6, D. Anderson 6, M. Sloan 6, E. McClain 1.
W. Johnston: M. Parker 22, S. Dance 16, B. Jacobs 11, T. Davis 7, M. Fogg 6.

Varsity Girls Sweep Season Series With Wildcats

The Lady Trojans have had their ups and downs this year but on Friday night, Garner came out hitting on all cylinders and after scoring just seven points in the first quarter, the Lady Trojans came out on fire in the final three quarters.

Garner's lead grew to 21 points in the latter parts of the third quarter. West Johnston tried to battle back, but Garner was too much on this night as the Lady Trojans swept the season series from the Wildcats with at 51-39 win.

They are back at home on Tuesday night at 6:00 when they host Clayton.

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2013 Trojan Lacrosse

Date Day Opponent
Mar.1Fri.Sanderson6:00 (H)
Mar. 5Tue.Millbrook6:00 (A)
Mar. 8Fri.Leesville6:00 (H)
Mar. 12Tue.Heritage6:00 (A)
Mar. 15Fri.Enloe6:00 (H)
Mar. 19Tue.Broughton6:00 (A)
Mar. 22Fri.Wakefield6:00 (H)
Mar. 26Tue.Sanderson
6:00 (A)
Apr. 9Tue.Millbrook
6:00 (A)
Apr. 17Tue.Wakefield
6:00 (A)
Apr. 16Tue.Heritage
6:00 (A)
Apr. 19Fri.Enloe
6:00 (A)
Apr. 23Tue.Broughton
6:00 (A)
Apr. 30Fri.Wakefield
6:00 (A)

1. Alston Jr., Derrick (Middie)
2. Austin, Tanner (D)
3. Benjamin, Chris (D)
4. Bolick, Eric (Middie)
5. Buchanan, Malcolm (Attack)
6. Byrns, Cody (Middie)
7. Cheek, Mitchell (Goal)
8. Clark, Justin (Attack)
9. Gomes, Gragory (D)
10. Gomez, Vicente (D)
11. Gower, Mike (Middie)
12. Gregory, Jesse (Middie)
13. Hancock, Zach (Middie)
14. Hartgrove, Ben (Goal)
15. Jessup, John (D)
16. Jones, Jordan (D)
17. Mainor, Jules (Middie)
18. Mason, Michael (Middie)
19. McAdams, Gabriel (Middie)
20. Morton, Wesley (Middie)
21. Mozingo, Matt (Attack)
22. Perry, Nick (Attack)
23. Pleasant, Zach (D)
24. Quick, Trevor (D)
25. Rhodes, Christian (Middie)
26. Sammarco, Kyle (Middie)
27. Schild, Logan (D)
28. Sewill, Khalil (Middie)
29. Virgilio, Blake (Attack)
30. Wood, Tristan (Attack)
31. Woodard, Tyler (Attack)

2013 Lady Trojans Soccer

Date Day Opponent JV Varsity
Feb. 28Thu.Holly Springs4:30 (A)N/A
Mar. 4Mon.Athens Drive4:30 (A)L(4-2)
Mar. 7Thu.Cary4:30 (A)L(5-0)
Mar. 11Mon.Clayton4:30 (H)T(0-0)
Mar. 13Wed.East Wake4:30 (A)W(4-2)
Mar. 16Sat.Middle Creek
Mar. 18 Mon.Smithfield-Selma4:30 (H)W(7-0)
Mar. 20Wed.West Johnston4:30 (A)L(2-0)
Mar. 21Thr.Fuquay-Varina4:30 (H)Postpone
Mar. 25Mon.Knightdale4:30 (H)L(2-0)
Mar. 27Thu.Clayton4:30 (H)6:30 (H)
Mar. 28Wed.Fuqya-Varina4:30 (A)6:30 (A)
Apr. 8Mon.Harnett Central4:30 (A)6:30 (A)
Apr. 10Wed.Clayton4:30 (H)6:30 (H)
Apr. 15Mon.East Wake4:30 (H)6:30 (H)
Apr. 17Wed.Smithfield-Selma4:30 (A)6:30 (A)
Apr. 22Mon.West Johnston4:30 (H)6:30 (H)
Apr. 24Wed.Knightdale4:30 (A)6:30 (A)
Apr. 29Mon.Southeast Raleigh  4:30 (A)6:30 (A)
May 1Wed.Harnett Central  4:30 (H)6:30 (H)

2010 Lady Trojans softball

Date Day Opponent JV Varsity
Mar. 2Tue.Broughton4:00 (A)4:00 (H)
Mar. 3Wed.Fuquay - Varina (DH)4:00 (H)6:00 (H)
Mar. 5Fri.Broughton4:00 (H)4:00 (A)
Mar. 9Tue.West Johnston (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Mar. 11Thr.Millbrook 4:00 (A)6:00 (H)
Mar. 12Fri.Clayton (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Mar. 16Tue.Knightdale (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Mar. 19Fri.SSS (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Mar. 23Tue.SE Raleigh 4:00 (A)4:00 (H)
Mar. 26Fri.East Wake (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Apr. 8Thr.Wake Forest - Rolesville (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 13Tue.Harnett Central (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 15Thu.Apex (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Apr. 20Tue.West Johnston (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 23Fri.Clayton (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Apr. 27Tue.Knightdale (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 30Fri.SSS (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
May 4Tue.SE Raleigh4:00 (H)4:00 (A)
May 5Wed.Cary (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)
May 7Fri.E. Wake (DH)5:00 (A)7:00 (A)
May 10Mon.Harnett Central (DH)5:00 (H)7:00 (H)

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2009 Lady Trojan Softball

2008 Lady Trojan softball recap

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2013 Trojan Baseball

Date Day Opponent JV Varsity
Feb. 28Thu.Broughtonneed score  W 6-4 (1-0) 
Mar. 1Fri.Broughton4:00 (A)
Mar. 2Sat.Middle Creek1:00 (A)W
Mar. 5Tue.Northern Durham5:00 (H)L
Mar. 7Thu.Athens Drive4:00 (H)W
Mar. 11 Mon.Middle Creek4:00 (H)W
Mar. 13Wed.Athens Drive4:00 (A)W
Mar. 15Fri.Clayton (DH)*4:00 (H)W
Mar. 19Tue.East Wake (DH)*4:00 (A)W
Mar. 22Fri.Smithfield-Selma (DH)*4:00 (H)W
Mar. 23Sat.Fuquay-Varina (DH)12:00 (H)W
Mar. 26Tue.West Johnston (DH)*4:00 (A)W
Mar. 28Thu.Knightdale (DH)*4:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Apr. 9Tue.Southeast Raleigh (DH)*4:00 (H)W(14-0)
Apr.12Fri.Harnett Central (DH)*4:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 16Tue.Clayton (DH)*4:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 19Fri.East Wake (DH)*4:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Apr. 23Tue.Smithfield-Selma (DH)*4:00 (A)7:00 (A)
Apr. 25Thu.West Johnston (DH)*4:00 (H)7:00 (H)
Apr. 30Tue.Knightdale (DH)*4:00 (A)7:00 (A)
May 1Wed.Fuquay-Varina
4:00 (A)
May 3Fri.Southeast Raleigh*4:00 (A)7:00 (H)
May 6Mon.Harnett Central (DH)* 4:00 (H)7:00 (H)
May10Fri.State Playoffs

DH - JV and varsity teams playing at same location
* Denotes GNRC game
**Schedule subject to change daily***

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Trojan Wrestling Has Tough Weekend

Wake Forest-Rolesville 48
Garner 30

103 - Mitchell Goldbach (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall :59 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Donald Cotton (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 4:32 over Damian Harrell (Garner)
119 - Jack Hayes (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 2:36 over Markell Harewood (Garner)
125 - Isiah Cain (Garner) Decision 10-3 over Donte Harvey(Wake Forest-Rolesville)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) win by forfeit
135 - Marchus Carter (Garner) Decision 7-4 over Darin Holm (Wake Forest-Rolesville)
140 - David Caldwell (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 3:09 over Steven Lombana (Garner)
145 - Anthony Finochio (Garner) Fall 2:45 over Barrett Kayes (Wake Forest-Rolesville)
152 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Fall 2:51 over Nathan Cascio (Wake Forest-Rolesville)
160 - Dillon Brawner (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 1:19 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
171 - Charlie Holder (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 1:57 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Dylan Melnik (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 3:34 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Antonio Cordova (Wake Forest-Rolesville) win by forfeit
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 2:15 over Aaron Blomberg (Wake Forest-Rolesville)

JV Match

Adkins (Garner) Fall 1:26 over Williard (Wake Forest-Rolesville)

East Wake 40
Garner 39

103 - Timony Jones (Garner) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) win by forfeit
119 - Scott Staples (East Wake) Fall 2:38 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
125 - Azzam Dhamra (East Wake) Fall 4:45 over Markell Harewood (Garner)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) win by default 1:31 over Brandon Walden (East Wake)
135 - Marchus Carter (Garner) Decision 6-3 over Daniel Killette (East Wake)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall :51 over Rupert Perez (East Wake)
145 - Anthony Finochio (Garner) Fall 3:18 over Cory Estes (East Wake)
152 - Connor Porter (East Wake) Major Decision 13-2 over Christian Townsend (Garner)
160 - Mitchell Morgan (East Wake) Fall 3:18 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
171 - Cullen Casper (East Wake) Fall 1:17 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Dyander Moore (East Wake) Fall 1:45 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Austin Smith (East Wake) win by forfeit
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 2:56 over Patrick Shuler (East Wake)

JV Matches
Casey Rucker (Garner) Fall 1:58 over Zach Heath (East Wake)
Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner) Decision 11-7 over Antwan High (East Wake)

Athens Drive 52
Garner 21

103 - Andrew Caongegro (Athens Drive) Fall :50 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Shane Goodchild (Athens Drive) Major Decision Damian Harrell (Garner)
119 - Andrew Gintis (Athens Drive) Fall :36 over Markell Harewood (Garner)
125 - Ryan Goodchild (Athens Drive) Fall 1:21 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Matthew Peterson (Athens Drive) Fall :53 over Casey Rucker (Garner)
135 - Sam Greenstein (Athens Drive) Fall 2:20 over Marchus Carter (Garner)
140 - Daniel Martin (Athens Drive) Tech Fall 18-1 over Steven Lombana (Garner)
145 - Tyree Utley (Athens Drive) Fall 1:06 over Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner)
152 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Decision 3-2 over Duc Doan (Athens Drive)
160 - Ahston Rodgers (Athens Drive) Fall 2:42 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
171 - Daniel Adkins (Garner) win by forfeit
189 - Darius Davis (Garner) win by forfeit
215 - Double forfeit
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) win by forfeit

Garner is back in action on Wednesday, January 27th at home against East Wake. This will be Senior night for the Trojan Wrestling team, and the match will begin at 7:00.

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Trojans Avenge Football Loss to Harnett Central With Convincing Win


The last time the Garner Trojans visited Harnett Central High School, was the final game of the football regular season, a game that Garner lost 34-9. The Trojans visit on Friday night had a much different outcome than the previous meeting, as Garner defeated Harnett Central 86-58 in a game that the Trojans controlled from the opening tip.

Garner (7-6; 6-0) had a slow start to begin the game as it took almost two minutes for the game's first basket, but after the first bucket went down, the flood gates were opened as the Trojans raced out to a 22-5 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Harnett Central (2-11; 0-7) had no answer for the Garner press in the second quarter either as the Trojans had their way forcing Harnett Central to turn the ball over 13 times in the first quarter and that lead to several easy fast break buckets for the Trojans and as a result, Garner had a 47-17 halftime lead.

While, Gavin Wilson, was on fire from beyond the arc on Tuesday night, it would be Emmanuel McClain who was on fire from the three point line tonight as he set a career high with 5 three pointers to lead Garner in scoring.

The fourth quarter was spent padding the stats for the Trojans as all in all six different players set career highs in points as the Trojans rolled to the 86-58 win over Harnett Central.

Garner will break for exams next week before returning to action on Friday night when they continue their road trip by traveling to West Johnston for a 7:30 tip-off.

***The Trojan Sports Network would like the thank Harnett Central AD and Head Basketball Coach Will Gage with allowing us to bring you tonight's game.***

Varsity Girls Fall Short at Harnett Central

After a very slow start in the first quarter, the Lady Trojans couldn't quite complete their comeback as they fell to Harnett Central 50-42.

The first quarter ended with Garner leading 8-7, but Harnett Central came back and took the lead at halftime and while they tried to pull away in the second half, Garner would always hang around.

Late in the fourth quarter, Garner was trailing by just four points, but the Lady Trojans just could not find the shot to pull any closer as Harnett Central hit their free throws down the stretch to defeat Garner 50-42.

Garner is back on the road next Friday at West Johnston at 6:00.

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Garner Wrestling Falls to Southeast Raleigh

Southeast Raleigh 42
Garner 36

103 - James Baker (Southeast Raleigh) win by forfeit
112 - Timothy Jones (Garner) win by forfeit
119 - Artie Johnson (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 3:07 over Damian Harrell (Garner)
125 - Mike Baker (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 1:34 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 3:58 over Brock Adams (Southeast Raleigh)
135 - Kyle McCarthy (Southeast Raleigh) Decision 7-5 over Marchus Carter (Garner)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall 1:11 over DeJon Vaughn (Southeast Raleigh)
145 - LeVincent Clark (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 5:53 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
152 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Fall 3:59 over Aaron Genther (Southeast Raleigh)
160 - Drawman Fouty (Garner) win by default over Jeremiah Olaniyan (Southeast Raleigh)
171 - Darrius Herring (Southeast Raleigh) win by default over William Hall (Garner)
189 - Elijah Adams (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 1:43 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Chris Thomas (Southeast Raleigh) Decision 9-3 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 1:22 over Ryan Harris (Southeast Raleigh)

JV Matches

Alex Rogers (Garner) Fall 2:42 over Delwin Clark (Southeast Raleigh)
Michael Lamb (Garner) Fall 1:13 over Matt Spear (Southeast Raleigh)
Jamel Thomas (Garner) Fall 1:34 over Jared Huff (Southeast Raleigh)
Alex Rogers (Garner) Fall 1:13 over Xavier Yarborough (Southeast Raleigh)

The Trojans are back in action on Saturday at Athens Drive where they will compete in three matches. They are back home on Wednesday Jan. 27th aganist East Wake for Senior Night!

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Trojans Blast Warriors to Stay On Top of the Conference


After their win over Southeast Raleigh on Friday night, Garner found themselves in first place after Knightdale lost their first conference game of the season to West Johnston, however, the Trojans would have to hold serve on their home court against a very scrappy and upstart East Wake Warrior bunch, and after playing a outstanding team game for the majority of the game, Ganrer cruised to a 73-50 win.

The Trojans began the game on a 8-0 run before East Wake got on the board with just over three minutes left in the first quarter with a Tyler Horton free throw. However, Garner had some sloppy moments in the first quarter as East Wake cut the lead to three at 14-11 at the end of one.

After a pep talk by Coach Gray, the Trojans found their shot in the games second stanza as they used a balanced effort to put some distance between themselves and the Warriors, but thanks to back to back three pointers by Quinton Langen East Wake was right back in the game.

That was, until Gavin Wilson got red hot from beyond the arc as he hit four consecutive three point shots en route to a career five three pointers as he lead Garner in scoring at intermission with 14 points, and he would finished the game with 17 (which was also a career high).

In the second half, it was clear that East Wake just could not compete with the Trojans quickness and the Warriors had no match for Stephon Drane inside as he scored 14 of his game high 19 points in the second half as Garner had a comfortable 63-37 lead after three.

Malcome Sloan, played pretty much the entire second half for Garner and put on a great show off the bench as he scored a career high 9 points as the Trojans continued their hot play inside the Conference with at 73-50 win.

With the win, Garner is now 6-6 on the year and 5-0 in the conference while East Wake falls to 5-9 on the season and 2-4 in the Greater Neuse River.

The Trojans are back in action on Friday night when they travel to Harnett Central to take on the Trojans at 7:30

East Wake:
Antwan Payton 18, Quinton Langen 15, Tyler Horton 10, Jamal Davis 3, Antonio Payton 2, Ian Hasbrouck 1, Jon Barnes-Smith 1.
GARNER: Stephon Drane 19, Gavin Wilson 17, D'Andre Anderson 11, Malcome Sloan 9, Josh McClain 5, Emmanual McClain 5, Donald Johnson 3, Darne' Hall 2, Dominique Reed 2.

Varsity Girls Comeback Falls Short

Garner trailed East Wake by 11 points at halftime, but the Lady Trojans refused to die as they fought their way back into the game only to fall 47-43.

East Wake hit a long three pointer just as the third quarter expired, Garner would then continue their climb back into the contest and tie the game at 40 midway through the fourth quarter.

However, the Warriors would hit their free throws down the stretch and they downed Garner 47-43. The Lady Trojans are back in action at Harnett Central on Friday night at 6:00.

JV Boys Hold On For Win

In a game that was nip and tuck the entire way, Coach Bloms and his JV Boys held on for a 77-75 win road win over East Wake. With the win, Garner is now 9-2 overall record and 6-0 inside Conference.

The Trojans were led by the following players:

Anthony Tucker: 21 pts, 4 assts, 7 rebs, 3 stls
Juwan Moye: 15 pts, 3 assts, 3 rebs, 3 stls
Larry Richardson: 11 pts, 3 assts
Rashaun Shaw: 6 pts, 13 rebs, 2 stls

The Trojans are back at home on Friday at 7:30 when they host Harnett Central

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Garner Wrestlers Fall Short Aganist the Cap-7

The Trojans were in action on Saturday in the Cap-7/Greater Neuse Challenge at Millbrook High School, however, the Trojans fell a little short against the Cap-7.

Millbrook 66
Garner 12

103 - Brett Burton (Millbrook) win by forfeit
112 - Kaegan Sykes (Millbrook) Fall :56 over Damian Harrell (Garner)
119 - Brandon Harris (Millbrook) Fall 2:13 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
125 - Will Burton (Millbrook) Fall 1:25 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Winston Norton (Millbrook) Decision 11-6 over Anthony Chiles (Garner)
135 - Henry Zaremba (Millbrook) Fall 1:43 over Marchus Carter (Garner)
140 - Nick Lascala (Millbrook) Fall :51 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
145 - Daymon Hughes (Millbrook) Tech Fall 19-4 over Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner)
152 - Dave Brumbaugh (Millbrook) Fall 3:13 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
160 - Jamel Thomas (Garner) Fall 1:53 over Ty Graham (Millbrook)
171 - Jacob Farrell (Millbrook) Fall 2:33 over William Hall (Garner)
189 - Matt Aronwitz (Millbrook) Fall 1:29 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Lewis Crumsey (Millbrook) Major Decision 17-4 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 1:22 over Caleb High (Millbrook)

Leesville 60
Garner 24

103 - John Jones (Leesville) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 1:10 over Nate Carter (Leesville)
119 - Dillon Alcorn (Leesville) Fall 4:55 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
125 - Isiah Cain (Garner) Fall 1:03 over Justin Arostgul (Leesville)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) win by forfeit
135 - Zach Cates (Leesville) Fall 1:52 over Ronald Rucker (Garner)
140 - Bobby Griffin (Leesville) Fall 1:55 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
145 - Matt Brown (Leesville) Fall 1:55 over Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner)
152 - Holden O'Neal (Leesville) Fall 3:19 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
160 - Chris Moore (Leesville) Fall 1:40 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171 - James Burchette (Leesville) Fall 1:20 over Daniel Adkins (Garner)
189 - Andrew Washeck (Leesville) Fall :39 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Dillon Edwards (Leesville) Fall :37 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) win by forfeit

Broughton 36
Garner 41

103 - Double forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 1:58 over Sam Hines (Broughton)
119 - Tui Rahlan (Broughton) Fall 2:52 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
125 - Daniel Hines (Broughton) Fall :23 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 1:16 over Quinn Burns (Broughton)
135 - Cameron Burns (Broughton) Fall 4:16 over Marchus Carter (Garner)
140 - Anthony Finochio (Garner) Fall 3:20 over Battle Smith (Broughton)
145 - Sean Eaker (Broughton) Fall 3:20 over Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner)
152 - Drawman Fouty (Garner) Tech Fall 20-4 over Sonny Creech (Broughton)
160 - Lane Middleton (Broughton) Fall :30 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171 - William Hall (Garner) win by Forfeit
189 - Marvin Green (Broughton) Fall :32 over Darius Davis
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 2:20 over Jeremy Mouzzon (Broughton)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) win by forfeit

Wakefield 47
Garner 33

103 - Zachary Koehler (Wakefield) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 1:45 over Corey Durham (Wakefield)
119 - Mick Prombino (Wakefield) Fall 1:50 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
125 - Matt Holt (Wakefield) Fall 3:24 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 3:19 over Jeff Fisher (Wakefield)
135 - Marchus Carter (Garner) Decision 7-2 over Reco Jones (Wakefield)
140 - Anthony Finchio (Garner) Fall 1:34 over Jeremy Castillo (Wakefield)
145 - Billy Trybuskiewicz (Wakefield) Fall 3:37 over Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner)
152 - Robert McChristian (Wakefield) Fall 1:16 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
160 - Eric White (Wakefield) Fall 1:30 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171 - Malik McKinnon (Wakefield) Fall 1:20 over William Hall (Garner)
189 - Caleb Killion (Wakefield) Fall 1:23 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 1:17 over Josh Winstead (Wakefield)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall :14 over Devan Caldwell (Wakefield)

Wake Forest-Rolesville 56
Garner 15

103 - Mitchell Goldbach (Wake Forest-Rolesville) win by forfeit
112 - Donald Cotton (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 5:29 over Damian Harrell (Garner)
119 - Jack Hayes (Wake Forest-Rolesville) win by forfeit
125 - Phillip Seamster (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Decision 5-4 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 1:30 over Josh Seltzer (Wake Forest-Rolesville)
135 - Marchus Carter (Garner) Decision 6-3 over Darin Holm (Wake Forest-Rolesville)
140 - David Caldwell (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Tech Fall 16-1 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)145 - Barrett Keyes (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 2:31 over Vinnie Sarrocco (Garner)
152 - Andrew Finegan (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall 3:11 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
160 - Dillon Brawner (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Decision 7-0 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171 - Charlie Holder (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall :53 over William Hall (Garner)
189 - Michael McGuire (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Fall :36 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Antonino Cordovo (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Decision 7-6 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 1:27 over Aaron Blomberg (Wake Forest-Rolesville)

The Trojans are back at home on Wednesday night when they host arch-rival Southeast Raleigh at 7:00.

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Trojans Survive Bulldog Rally to Stay In Conference Race


They say when rivals get together you can throw all the records out the window. That was true on Friday night as Garner hosted Southeast Raleigh. The Trojans built a big lead only to see Southeast come back before Garner held on for a 68-60 win.

As the game got underway it seemed as though no one wanted to win as it took over a minute for Garner to score the game's first basket. But when they did, the flood gates were open as Garner raced out to a big 48-22 lead at halftime. Mainly thanks to the play of Stephon Drane who had a double double at halftime with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Another big key to Garner's success was the play of Dominique Reed who was playing his first career Varsity game after being pulled up from the JV team and contributed 6 points. However, in the second half, the Trojans became kind of complacent and allowed Southeast to get back into the game and at one point the Bulldogs had the Trojan lead down to four before Garner hit some free throws down the stretch to win it 68-60 and improve to 5-6 overall for the year and 4-0 in conference play.

The Trojans are back at home on Tuesday against East Wake at 7:30

Varsity Girls Fall to Bulldogs

For several years the Southeast Raleigh Girls Basketball team has dominated Conference play and they continued their success on Friday night as they defeated Garner 53-33. The Bulldogs played outstanding defense and help Garner to just 10 first half points.

But give the Lady Trojans credit as they hung tough, but still lost to the Bulldogs. The Lady Trojans are also back at home on Tuesday against East Wake at 6:00

JV Boys Down SER

The JV Boys took to the court at Southeast Raleigh on Thursday night and rolled to a hot start holding Southeast to just 5 first quarter points as they raced out to at 17-5 lead after the games first stanza.

However, Garner would allow the Bulldogs to get back in the game as they shot just 55 % from the line for the game, and as a result of the poor shooting, Garner led by just four going to the fourth quarter. But, Garner would again pick up their defensive intensity and rolled to at 60-48 win.

The JV Trojans are back in action on Tuesday at East Wake at 7:30.

Trojan Wrestlers Win Close Match over SSS

It was another close match for Coach Bunn and the Trojan Wrestling team on Wednesday night when they traveled to Smithfield-Selma.

Garner 39
Smithfield-Selma 37

103 - Gabriel Uriostegui (SSS) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) win by forfeit
119 - Ever Reyes (SSS) Fall 2:29 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
125 - Isian Cain (Garner) Fall 2:41 over Sean Skipper (SSS)
130 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Decision 12-9 over Oscar Charlez (SSS)
135 - Marchus Carter (Garner) Fall 3:40 over Jesus Chonzalez (SSS)
140 - Anthony Finochio (Garner) win by forfeit
145 - Aaron Quinones (SSS) Decision 23-10 over Steven Lombana (Garner)
152 - Henry Johnson (SSS) Fall 5:35 over Christian Townsend (Garner)
160 - Eric Pimental (SSS) Decision 9-2 over Drawman Fouty (Garner)
171 - Nick Tetter (SSS) Fall 2:35 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Kevin Rose (SSS) Fall 1:31 over Darius Davis (Garner)
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 3:21 over Mike Adkins (SSS)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 1:10 over Will Farrell (SSS)

Garner is back in action on Saturday when they participate in the Cap-7 vs. Greater Neuse River Meet at Millbrook High School.

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Trojans Get Back on Track Against SSS


After losing two tough games in the GlaxoSmithKline Holiday Invitational, Eddie Gray and his Trojans got back on track with a win over Conference foe Smithfield-Selma, 67-41.

The Spartans came into play at just 2-7 on the season and averaging just 36 points per game and it didn't take long for the Trojans use their quickness as they raced out to a early 7-0 to start the game prompting, SSS Head Coach Dwight Carter to call a timeout.

Following the timeout, Garner continued to dominated as they switched to their diamond press which frustrated the Spartans all night and as a result, the Trojans took a 15-6 lead after the first quarter.

The second quarter was more of the same as Garner continued to use their quickness and size advantage to dominate the Spartans and took at 17 point lead into the locker room at 36-19. Garner also and had a pretty balanced scoring effort in the first half with Donald Johnson leading the way with 11 and Gavin Wilson coming in with 7 first half points.

While Garner kept the foot on the throat in the second half, the Trojans were forced to play with several key players in foul trouble as Deion Dorsey and Stephon Drane both picked up their fourth personal fouls late in the third quarter. However, that didn't stop the Trojans as Drane played pretty much the entire fourth quarter and did not foul and managed to stay in the game and scored 10 second half points to lead the Trojans to a 67-41 win in a game in which every player on the Garner roster saw the floor.

The Trojans will be back in action on Friday night when they host Southeast Raleigh at 7:30

GARNER: D. Johnson 15, S. Drane 14, G. Wilson 12, J. McClain 8, D. Hall 4, D. Anderson 4, C. Holt 3, E. McClain 3, M. Powell 2, M. Sloan 2. SSS: J. Rawlings 12, D. Hodges 8, J. Watson 7, B. Barnes 7, W. Spragins 5, D. Jones 2

Varsity Girls Fall to SSS

The Varsity Girls managed to hang around despite a pour shooting night in the first half and they were still in the game heading into the third quarter.

Garner managed to cut the lead to one late in the third quarter at 24-23, but could not get any closer as the Spartans pulled away and defeated Garner 44-24 on Tuesday night.

The Lady Trojans are back in action against Southeast Raleigh at home on Friday at 6:00

JV Boys Roll to Big Win

After winning their last two games in impressive fashion at the Holiday Tournament, the JV Trojans kept their hot play going with a blow out win over SSS, 65-22. The Trojans raced out to a 25-0 lead after the first quarter! And would not be stopped.

Dominique Reed picked up a double-double to lead the Trojans with 19 points as they JV Trojans contiuned to play well heading into Southeast Raleigh on Thursday night.

Dominique Reed: 17 pts, 19 rebs
Larry Richardson: 10 pts
Anthony Tucker: 5 pts, 5 assts, 3 stls

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Notes of Intrest From Garner Athletics

Here are some notes of interest from the Garner athletic department:

1. The Indoor track meet scheduled for THIS Wednesday(1/6) has been cancelled

2. The Dec.18th varsity basketball games vs Knightdale has been rescheduled for Feb.3rd (home - 6:00 & 7:30)

3. The Feb.4th JV basketball games vs SE Raleigh will be played on Feb.5th (home - 6:00 & 7:30)

Updated Wrestling Results

CARY - Mark Adams Wrestling Tournament

The Trojan Wrestling team finished very well at the Mark Adams Wrestling Invitational which was held last week at Cary High School. There were 21 teams at the Cary Mark Adams Touranment this year, and Garner finished 14th.

The Trojans had three varsity wrestlers in the finals, Tyler Maher finished 4th after losing in the semi-finals to the state's #1 rank Kirk Lincoln from Leesville High School in an ultimate tie breaker.

Christian Townsend finished 5th and Damian Harrell finished 6th, in their respective weight classes. The Garner Trojans JV wrestlers also did very well at the Cary Mark Adams tournament, Marchus Carter, David Huie and Elijah Grayton all placed 4th.


Garner wrestled hard and took 3rd place in the Division Pool.

Friday, January 1, 2010

Northern Vance 51
Garner 30

103 - Jonathan Norton (Northern Vance) Fall :52 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 3:15 over Deshan Cobbins (Northern Vance)
119 - Josh Pendergrass (Northern Vance) Fall 1:37 over Rickey Weyant (Garner)
125 - Zach Orr (Northern Vance) Fall 3:02 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Cordais Wright (Northern Vance) win by forfeit
135 - Travis Edgerton (Northern Vance) win by Decision 10-8 over Anthony Chiles (Garner)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall 2:39 over Travon Scott (Northern Vance)
145 - J'Darrius Alston (Northern Vance) Fall 5:31 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
152 - Raymond West (Northern Vance) Fall 2:58 over David Huie (Garner)
160 - Christian Townsend (Garner) win by forfeit
171 - Trey Leam (Northern Vance) Fall 3:02 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Davey Rivera (Northern Vance) win by forfeit215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 1:17 over Spencer Ellis (Northern Vance)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 1:35 over Geno Bullock (Northern Vance)

White Knoll (SC) 62
Garner 15

103 - David Smith (White Knoll) Fall :33 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 3:53 over Tyler Coggins (White Knoll)
119 - Austin Lee (White Knoll) Fall 1:53 over Ricky Weyant (Garner)
125 - Kevin Epting (White Knoll) Fall 1:35 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Josh Phillips (White Knoll) win by forfeit
135 - Jamal Lackey (White Knoll) Major Decision 14-4 over Anthony Chiles (Garner)
140 - Jake Bennett (White Knoll) Major Decision 13-0 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
145 - Zach Dicus (White Knoll) fall 3:12 over Steven Lombana (Garner)
152 - Blake Brown (White Knoll) Fall :58 over Michael Lamb (Garner)
160 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Decision 4-3 over Patrick Speers (White Knoll)
171 - Kyle Ebney (White Knoll) Fall 1:15 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Jake Phillips (White Knoll) win by forfeit
215 - Asa Gossett (White Knoll) Fall 5:12 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 1:03 over James Moore (White Knoll)

Southeast Raleigh 41
Garner 36

103 - Jerrian Morgan (Southeast Raleigh) Tech Fall 15-0 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 3:00 over James Baker (Southeast Raleigh)
119 - Ricky Weyant (Garner) win by forfeit
125 - Mike Baker (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 1:24 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Brock Adams (Southeast Raleigh) win by forfeit
135 - Kyle McCarthy (Southeast Raleigh) Decision 15-8 over Anthony Chiles (Garner)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall 5:02 over LeVincent Clark (Southeast Raleigh)
145 - Anthony Finochio (Garner) Fall 3:47 over Shawn Thomas (Southeast Raleigh)
152 - Aaron Gunther (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 2:39 over David Huie (Garner)
160 - Christian Townsend (Garner) win by forfeit
171 - Darrius Herring (Southeast Raleigh) Fall 2:50 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Elijah Adams (Southeast Raleigh) win by forfeit
215 - Chris Thomas (Southeast Raleigh) Double Overtime Decision 3-2 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 2:22 over Delwin Clark (Southeast Raleigh)

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Knightdale 36
Garner 42

103 - Luis Nunez (Knightdale) Fall :24 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall 1:42 over Darren Mitchell (Knightdale)
119 - Rickey Weyant (Garner) win by forfeit
125 - Isiah Cain (Garner) win by forfeit130 - Lacey Haig (Knightdale) win by forfeit
135 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) win by forfeit
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall :27 over Julian Gilyard (Knightdale)
145 - Joel Potter (Knightdale) Decision 9-8 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
152 - Travis Newton (Knightdale) Fall 1:02 over David Huie (Garner)
160 - Nick McCLellan (Knightdale) Decision 13-6 over Christian Townsend (Garner)
171 - Stone Hill (Knightdale) Fall 1:01 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
189 - Tim Coston (Knightdale) win by forfeit
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 5:00 over Brandon Ruff (Knightdale)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall :51 over Brandon Murray (Knightdale)

Southern Alamance 71
Garner 12

103 - Patrick Geason (Southern Alamance) Fall :16 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Jake D'Angelo (Southern Alamance) Fall 2:34 over Damian Harrell (Garner)
119- Joe D'Angelo (Southern Alamance) Fall :39 over Rickey Weyant (Garner)
125 - Randy Quiroa (Southern Alamance) Fall :41 over Isiah Cain (Garner)
130 - Glen Nichols (Southern Alamance) win by forfeit
135 - Tony D'Angelo (Southern Alamance) Fall 1:20 over Marchus Carter
140 - Phillip Brown (Southern Alamance) Tech 20-5 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
145 - Dillon Knighten (Southern Alamance) Fall :21 over Michael Lamb (Garner)
152 - Charlie Smith (Southern Alamance) Fall 1:41 over David Huie (Garner)
160 - Nich Offenheiser (Southern Alamance) Fall 1:02 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171- Blackwood (Southern Alamance) win by forfeit
189 - Harrison (Southern Alamance) win by forfeit
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 2:35 over Dillon Duke (Southern Alamance)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) win by forfeit

Leesville 36
Garner 34

103 - AJ James (Leesville) Fall 1:13 over Timothy Jones (Garner)
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) Fall :52 over Nate Carter (Leesville)
119 - Dillon Alcorn (Leesville) Decision 19-13 over Rickey Weyant (Garner)
125 - Isiah Cain (Garner) win by forfeit
130 - Double forfeit
135 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 4:47 over Jordan King (Leesville)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall :39 over Zach Cates (Leesville)
145 - Bobby Griffin (Leesville) Fall 3:22 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
152 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Major Decision 15-7 over Holden O'Neal (Leesville)
160 - Chris Moore (Leesville) decision 7-2 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171 - James Burchetta (Leesville) win by forfeit
189 - Andrew Washington (Leesville) win by forfeit
215 - Dillon Edwards (Leesville) Fall 1:01 over Vince Mollo (Garner)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) win by forfeit

Ravenscroft 18
Garner 60

103 - Timothy Jones (Garner) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) win by forfeit
119 - Rickey Weyant (Garner) win by forfeit
125 - Isiah Cain (Garner) win by forfeit
130 - Double forfeit
135 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 5:36 over Parker Southerland (Ravenscroft)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall 1:28 over Tine (Ravenscroft)
145 - Anthony Finochio (Garner) win by forfeit
152 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Fall 3:53 over Austin Hill (Ravenscroft)
160 - Connor Whitaker (Ravenscroft) Fall 1:15 over Jamel Thomas (Garner)
171 - Temple Sloan (Ravenscroft) win by forfeit
189 - Matt McDowell (Ravenscroft) win by forfeit
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall 2:58 over Matt Richards (Ravenscroft)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) Fall 2:00 over Monroe Brown (Ravenscroft)

Bunn 33
Garner 48

103 - Timothy Jones (Garner) win by forfeit
112 - Damian Harrell (Garner) win by forfeit
119 - Patrick Limer (Bunn) Fall 2:36 over Rickey Weyant (Garner)
125 - Isiah Cain (Garner) Fall 3:51 over White (Bunn)
130 - Carlney (Bunn) win by forfeit
135 - Anthony Chiles (Garner) Fall 1:45 over Poindexter (Bunn)
140 - Steven Lombana (Garner) Fall 2:40 over Alston (Bunn)
145 - Brandenburg (Bunn) Decision 17-13 over Anthony Finochio (Garner)
152 - Davis (Bunn) Fall 1:47 over David Huie (Garner)
160 - Christian Townsend (Garner) Fall 1:24 over Norris (Bunn)
171 - Stallings (Bunn) Fall 1:17 over Jamal Thomas (Garner)
189 - Tate (Bunn) win by forfeit
215 - Vince Mollo (Garner) Fall :12 over High (Bunn)
285 - Tyler Maher (Garner) win by forfeit

Garner is back in action on Wednesday night when they travel to Smithfield-Selma at 7:30

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