Only Mother Nature Stops Trojans in Homecoming Win


The only thing that stopped Garner on Friday night at Trojan Stadium was Mother Nature. The Trojans racked up 34 points over the first 22 minutes of the football game but would score no more as rain and lighting ended the homecoming game against Smithfield-Selma before the game reached the halfway point.

Garner (7-0, 3-0) took the opening drive of the contest and marched down the field on the Spartan defense and scored in just 1:22 as Reavon Smith marched in from seven yards out for the early lead.

Smithfield-Selma (0-7, 0-3) went three an out on its opening drive of the game and the Trojans then blocked the punt of Chris Parker before the Spartans recovered at their own 13 yard line. But it took the men of Troy just three plays to score as Kenneth Perkinson nailed a 27-yard field goal and gave Garner a 10-0 advantage.

The Trojans scored again on its next possession as Nyheim Hines got in on the action with an 11-yard scamper to make it 17-0, Garner.

After a Spartan fumble was recovered at the six yard line, Tyler Hinton found pay dirt rumbling in from six yards out and a 24-0 Garner lead at the end of the opening quarter. 

The men of Troy had a pair of scores before the game was truncated due to weather as Smith found the end zone on a 29-yard run and Perkinson booted a 23-yard field goal for the final 34-0 margin.

For the Trojan defense, it marks the second time in three games that Garner has pitched a shut out while SSS finished the game with -9 yards on the contest.

Due to the weather issue this evening, all of Garner's homecoming activities, including the announcement of homecoming court will be moved to halftime of the Knightdale game on October 12.

Garner returns to action on Friday night when they travel to Benson to host West Johnston, kick-off is set for 7:00.

Volleyball Slams Spartans

Garner made short work of Smitfhield-Selma on Tuesday night as the disposed of the Spartans in three games to move its conference winning streak to 44 games.

The Lady Trojans (13-3, 9-0) took the opening game of the match, 25-9 followed by a 25-13 decision in the second game and then a 25-11 shackling in the final set of the match.

Kills helped propel the Trojans to victory as they had 41 of them on the match including two players in double figures. Kristen Powell with 12 and Ka'asha Jefferies had 10. Additionally, Courtney Weathersbee had six and Madison Stewart had five kills as did Kelsey Bryan.

The Lady Trojans also had 18 service aces. Weathersbee led the way with six, Jefferies had four and Bryan had four.

Garner will return to action on  Tuesday when they host West Johnston at Trojan Coliseum.

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Calling FORMER Football Players

Attention all former Garner football players: The Trojan Sports Network and Garner Trojan Vision have joined forces for a special project - but we need your help!

With this being the final season for Garner football coach, Nelson Smith, we are hoping to create a video full of messages and memories for the Trojan football coach and we want you to be a part of it.

Any former Garner football player or community member who would like to be featured in the tribute needs to contact Chris Edwards via email at

We look forward to hearing from you!

Volleyball Tops East Wake

Garner continued its winning ways inside the Greater Neuse River conference with a three game sweep of East Wake on Tuesday evening inside Trojan Coliseum.

The Lady Trojans used the contest against East Wake to raise money for Relay for Life by sporting pink jerseys to help raise awareness.

Garner (12-3, 8-0) took the opening game of the match 25-17 before taking a 25-8 victory in the second game before blasting a 25-6 win in the games final set to sweep East Wake.

The lady Trojans had 25 kills on the match including 13 by Kristen Powell who led the Garner followed by four kills each from Maddison Stewart and Ka'asha Jefferies. 

 Additionally, Garner had 12 service aces and all but one came from Courtney Weathersbee.

The Lady Trojans will step outside of conference play tomorrow when they travel to Athens Drive with first serve slated for 5:30, the JV match will begin at 4:30.

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Soccer Blanks Bulldogs

Garner got their second shutout in as many days as the men of Troy defeated rival Southeast Raleigh, 4-0 on Tuesday afternoon at Trojan Stadium.

The Trojans (7-2, 4-2) got a pair of goals from Taylor Stephens as Garner took the lead and never looked back.

Meanwhile, Kenneth Perkinson added another shutout in goal for the men of Troy who are now tops in the Greater Neuse River Conference.

Garner is back in action on Monday when they travel to Harnett Central. The varsity match will begin at 6:30 preceded by the JV contest at 4:30.


Soccer Downs Knightdale

Garner soccer jump started the homecoming week festivities on Monday night with a 5-1 jousting of Knightdale inside Trojan Stadium.

The Trojans (6-2, 3-2) had three different players find the back of the net, Taylor Stephens, Zach Hancock and Tom Dinka.

Meanwhile, Kenneth Perkinson provided another stellar performance in goal for the men of Troy.

Hines, Trojans Dominate Warriors


After falling behind by a touchdown in the early going, Garner's Nyheim Hines put on a show for the crowd at Johnny Sasser Stadium, scoring four total touchdowns as the Trojans coasted past East Wake 41-14 on Friday night.

East Wake (0-6, 0-2) won the coin toss and promptly marched the ball down the field nine plays on the Garner defense and cashed in as Trent Evans hit Evan Finch for a 41-yard touchdown and a seven point Warriors lead.

But, Garner (6-0, 2-0) answered back on its debut possession of the contest. The Trojans established their rushing attack before Hines capped the drive with an 11 yard touchdown run to knot the game.

After a missed field goal from East Wake's John Adams, Vince Jefferies hit Hines from nine yards out for a 14-7 lead. Late in the first half, Garner added another score when Jefferies found Hines again. However, it was the super sophomore who did most of the work on the bubble screen, dodging tackles and speeding down the field for a 14 point, 21-7 Garner lead at halftime.

The men of Troy got the football to start the second half and promptly marched down the field with a steady diet of the rush before Reavon Smith got in on the scoring action with a scamper to pay dirt and a 28-7 lead.

Garner's lead grew to 35-7 when Hines ended his night with a modest four yards away. The Trojans final score came through the air when Jefferies hit Armani Lanier in the back of the end zone for a 41-7 lead.

East Wake added a late score for the final 41-14 margin and keep their skid to the Trojans in tact. The Warriors have not defeated the men of Troy since the 2004 season.

Garner will return home next week for homecoming when they host Smithfield-Selma inside Trojan Stadium, kick-off is slated for 7:00

JV Football Rallies Past East Wake

Garner fell behind by a 20-7 margin early in the second half on Thursday night but rallied back to score 20 unanswered points and defeat East Wake 27-20 at Trojan Stadium.

East Wake (0-6, 0-2) took an early 14-7 lead before the teams headed into the locker room and on its second possession of the third quarter, the Warriors pushed across another touchdown on just two plays for the 20-7 lead.

However, Garner (2-3, 1-1) rallied back on the ensuing possession. Justin Robbins hit David Hamilton in stride down the far sideline for a 70-yard touchdown and make the score 20-13 East Wake.

The Trojan defense then followed and forced East Wake into a three and out and the Garner offense went back to work. With a short track in front of them,  Robbins found Jamison Brown for a 14 yard pick up through the air which set up a Tyreece Taylor six yard run to pay dirt and after an Austin Marbery extra point, the score was deadlocked at 20.

Both teams traded defensive stands before the men of Troy pushed across the eventual game-winning score.  Taylor found a seem on the second play of the drive and rumbled 17 yards ahead of a reverse play to Hamilton who found a block and scored from 17-yards away to make it 27-20.

The Warriors still had a chance as they were driving into Trojan territory, but, on a fourth down pass,  Tyler Horton picked off the pass and took it the other way and after Garner salted away the clock the Trojans earned the 27-20 victory.

Garner returns to action next Thursday when they travel to Charles T. Tucker Stadium to take on Smithfield-Selma with kick-off slated for 6:30.  

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Volleyball Sweeps Clayton

After a loss to Fuquay-Varina earlier in the week, Garner got back to its winning ways and moved the Greater Neuse River win streak to 41 straight games with a three games to none road victory over Clayton.

Garner (11-3, 7-0) took the opening game of the match 25-18 before earning an 25-19 victory in the second game and the match was truncated following a 25-17 third game win.

The Lady Trojans had 35 kills on the night led by Kristen Powell with 17. Ka'asha Jefferies contributed seven kills while Kelsey Bryan added five and Sarah Pierce chipped in three kills for Garner.

Additionally, Courtney Weathersbee had three service aces while Maddy Stewart had two. 

Coach Boyette's squad returns to action on Tuesday night at 5:30 when they host East Wake inside Trojan Coliseum.

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Soccer Falls to West

Garner's second conference loss of the season was another tough pill to swallow as the Trojans fell to West Johnston, 4-2 in overtime on Wednesday night at West.

The Trojans fell behind by a single goal 19 minutes into the match but rallied to knot the score when Taylor Stephens pushed a goal past the Wildcats keeper.

Later in the first half, Stephens, struck again to put the men of Troy ahead by a goal, 2-1. However, that would be as close as Garner would get as West scored a goal in the second half to tie the game and later put two goals home in overtime for the 4-2 victory.

The JV team came up with a 4-0 road win over West Johnston on Wednesday night.

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JV Football Hosts Middle School Night

Head JV Coach Ronnie Lee and his staff would like to welcome all middle schooler's to the Trojans game against East Wake on Thursday night at Trojan Stadium.

Any middle school football player wearing their jersey to the game on Thursday night will receive free admission to the contest with the Warriors.

Kick-off is slated for 6:30.

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Soccer Edges Spartans

It took Garner extra time but the men of Troy eventually broke through and edged the Smithfield-Selma Spartans, 2-1 in overtime on Monday night at Trojan Stadium.

Garner (4-1, 2-1) got on the board first as Adam Gogal scored off a Zach Hancock throw in to give the Trojans an early one goal advantage.

However, SSS game roaring back to knot the game at one heading into the halftime break.

The contest would remain deadlocked through the second half before the Trojans pushed across the game winning goal in overtime.

Garner returns to action on Wednesday night when they travel to West Johnston for a pivotal conference match up. Kick-off is set for 6:30.

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Garner Tennis Update

Garner 8 Harnett Central 1


Hannah Hamlin (G) d. Kayla Fish (HC) 6-2, 6-4
Sarah Hamlin (G) d. Lindsay Smith (HC) 6-0, 6-2
Kalin Leuthold (HC) d. Ashleigh Robb (G) 6-4, 6-4
Nicole Root (G) d. Vikki Hill (HC) 6-0, 6-0
Alyssa Clark (G) d. Cassie Doran (HC) 6-2, 6-3
Mandisa Ebri (G) d. Michelle Wetherington (HC) 6-4, 6-1


Hannah Hamlin/Aahleigh Robb (G) d. Kayla Fish/Kalin Leuthold (HC) 8-4
Sarah Hamlin/Ina Friedrichson (G) d. Lindsay Smith/Cassie Doran (HC) 8-1
Nicole Root/Mandisa Ebri (G) d. Vikki Hill/Michelle Wetherington (HC) 8-4

Exhibitions: Samone Oates-Bullock/Savannah Richmond (8-9 (2)), Caroline Banker/Karla Paredes (3-8) lost in doubles. Mary Ayodele/Zaeinab Hilou (8-8) tied in doubles.


Garner 9 Kinghtdale 0


Sarah Hamlin (G) d. Sabra Shephard (K) 6-0, 6-0
Ina Friedrichson (G) d. H'Yong Rocham (K) 6-0, 6-1
Alyssa Clark (G) d. Shelly Guo (K) 6-3, 6-3
Elizabeth Pittman (G) d. Jasmine Cooper (K) 6-1, 7-5
Abbey Walton (G) d. Lachonda Council (K) 6-1, 6-4
Natalie Whittington (G) d. Sophie Kolawole (K) 6-0, 6-0


Hannah Hamlin/Ashleigh Robb (G) d. Sabra Shephard/Jasmine Cooper (K) 8-3
Nicole Root/Mandisa Ebri (G) d. H'Yong Rocham/Shelly Guo (K) 8-3
Kristina Zani/Sarah Koczwara (G) d. Lachonda Council/Sophie Kolawole (K) 2-0 (ret. to inj.)

Record - (7-2, 7-3)

Trojans Keep Streak Alive against Comets


Garner had not lost a game to the Clayton Comets since the 1985 season and on Friday night at Trojan Stadium, the current group of Trojans ensured Nelson Smith would go out a winner against the Comets as the men of Troy pitched their first shut out against Clayton since the 1999 season with a 28-0 victory.

The Trojans (5-0, 1-0) took the opening possession of the contest and promptly put together an 18-play, 80 yard scoring drive which took almost eight minutes off the first quarter clock. The drive was capped with Raevon Smith's five yard touchdown run and after a Kenneth Perkinson extra point, Garner led by seven and the end of the first quarter.

Garner's lead would grow to two scores right before the end of the half when Vince Jefferies connected with Armani Lanier for a 30-yard score and a two touchdown lead for the men of Troy heading to the locker room.

Clayton (2-3, 0-1) received the ball to start the second half and marched down to the Trojan 38 yard line; however, the Comets would get no closer to the end zone as the Trojan defense stopped the Comets on a fourth down and three to truncate the drive.

On the ensuing possession, the Trojans began to salt the game away as Garner used an 11 play drive and Nyheim Hines added the punctuation on the scoring drive for a 21-0 Garner advantage.

The game's final score came from Hines again as the sophomore broke lose early in the fourth quarter for a 44-yard scamper and a 28-0.

Clayton would get no closer as the Trojans secured the 28-0 win and its first shutout since October 7, 2011 in a 55-0 victory over West Johnston.

Garner returns to Greater Neuse River play next week when they travel to Sasser Stadium to take on the East Wake Warriors. Kick-off is slated for 7:00

Soccer Blanks Bengals

Garner soccer added another victory on Thursday night as the men of Troy downed Fuquay-Varina 1-0 at Trojan Stadium in a make up game from earlier this season.

Kenneth Perkinson pitched another shut out in goal and Marco Perez provided the offense as the Trojans improved to 4-1 on the season.

Garner returns to action on Monday night when they host Smithfield-Selma at 6:30 inside Trojan Stadium.

Additionally, the JV Trojans earned a 1-0 victory on Thursday night also over Fuquay-Varina. Garner will host SSS on Monday at 4:30.

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JV Trojans fall to Clayton

Garner rallied from 14 points down but could not hold the lead as Clayton edged its conference rival on Thursday night at Comet Stadium, 26-21.

The JV Trojans (1-3, 0-1) found themselves down 14-0 early in the second quarter but came storming back with a pair of Tyreese Taylor one from six and the other for three yards to knot the score at 14 heading to the locker room for halftime.

Garner took the lead early in the third quarter on a 33-yard spurt from Taylor and after an Austin Marbrey extra point, Garner led 21-20.

However, that lead would be short lived as Clayton answered back with a quick score and a 26-21 lead after a two-point conversion failed.

But, the Trojans would get no closer as they fell to the Comets 26-21.

Coach Lee and his Trojans are back at home next Thursday at 6:30 when they welcome East Wake to Trojan Stadium. 

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Volleyball Sweeps Bulldogs

The varsity volleyball team earned its 40th consecutive conference victory on Thursday night at Trojan Coliseum blanking of Southeast Raleigh, three games to none.

Garner (10-2, 6-0) won the opening game of the match 25-9 before a 25-17 victory in game two and completing the sweep with a 25-15 game three triumph to truncate the match.

The lady Trojans had 32 kills on the night led once again by Kristen Powell with 14. Kelsey Bryan added six kills while Nyah Hines, Courtney Weathersbee, Sarah Pierce and Ka'asha Jefferies added three each.

Weathersbee also added six service aces while the team had 11 on the match for the easy victory for Coach Boyette's squad.

Garner returns to action on Monday afternoon at 5:30 when they travel to Fuquay-Varina to battle the Bengals.

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Soccer Drops East Wake

Following a heartbreaking loss to Clayton earlier this week, the varsity soccer team bounced back on Thursday night as they earned a 3-0 road victory over East Wake.

Kenneth Perkinson pitched his third shut out of the season in goal. Meanwhile, the Garner (3-1, 1-1) got an offensive spark from three separate players.

Bryson White, Kody Kamphuis and Tom Dinka all scored for the Trojans as they even their conference record.

The men of Troy return to action on Monday night at 6:30 when they welcome Smithfield-Selma to Trojan Stadium for a 6:30 kick-off. The JV game will begin at 4:30.

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Volleyball Bounces Back

Following a non-conference loss to Cary to start the week, the varsity volleyball team bounced back to pick up its 39th consecutive Greater Neuse River match, this time over Knightdale 3-0 on Tuesday night.

Garner (9-2, 5-0) took the opening game of the match 25-12 followed by a 25-8 victory and closed the match with a 25-15 win.

Kristen Powell had 15 of the Lady Trojans 30 kills on the match while Garner added 26 service aces in the match Powell led the team with seven followed by Courtney Weathersbee and Ka'asha Jefferies with six each.

The lady Trojans are back at home on Thursday night at 5:30 when they host Southeast Raleigh at Trojan Coliseum.

Additionally, the JV team earned another victory downing the Kinghts 25-21, 26-16 and 25-20. Coach Simering and his JV squad will return to action on Thursday at 4:30 against Southeast Raleigh.

Garner Golf Earns Victory

Coach Barnes and the Lady Trojan golf team earned its fourth win of the season on Tuesday afternoon at Wendell CC.

Nichole Ceyrolles was medalist of the match against the Greater Neuse River conference firing a 39, Lauren Ceyrolles added a 47, and Arianna Ceyrolles came in with a 49.

This is the Trojans 4th match win of the season.

Garner returns to action in another conference match next Tuesday, September 18 at Keith Hills.

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Soccer Nipped By Clayton

The Garner varsity soccer squad dropped its first match of the season, 3-2 to the Clayton Comets on Monday night at Trojan Stadium.

Garner (2-1, 0-1) got a pair of goals from Kody Kamphuis and Luis Resendiz and held that lead until the Comets came storming back to make it 2-1 early in the second half.

With just over 33 minutes left Clayton tied the game and later took the one goal lead in the closing moments of the contest and earned the one goal, 3-2 victory.

Garner will look to bounce back from the loss when they return to action on Wednesday night at 6:30 when they travel to East Wake.

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Garner Tennis Update

Garner 2 Smithfield-Selma 7

Elizabeth Carter (SSS) d. H. Hamlin (G) 7-5, 6-2
Christina Lee (SSS) d. S. Hamlin (G) 7-6 (9), 6-1
Laura Oldham (SSS) d. A. Robb (G) 6-4, 4-6, 10-7
Nicole Root (G) d. Anna Grubbs (SSS) 6-2, 6-2
Alyssa Clark (G) d. J. Littlejohn (SSS) 4-6, 7-6 (5), 12-10
Blair Beasley (SSS) d. Elizabeth Pittman (G) 6-4, 6-3

Elizabeth Carter/Christina Lee (SSS) d. Hannah Hamlin/Ashleigh Robb (G) 8-5
Laura Oldham/Anna Grubbs (SSS) d. Sarah Hamlin/Ina Friedrichson (G) 8-2
Jennifer Littlejohn/Lily Faulconer (SSS) d. Nicole Root/Mandisa Ebri (G) 8-2

 Record: (4-2, 4-3)


Garner 9 Southeast Raleigh 0

Hannah Hamlin (G) d. Dy'nerhia Hicks (SER) 6-0, 6-1
Sarah Hamlin (G) d. Courteney Oneal (SER) 6-0, 6-0
Ashleigh Robb (G) d. Kenydra Mojica (SER) 6-0, 6-0
Nicole Root (G) d. Kaniesha Stitt (SER) 6-0, 6-0
Alyssa Clark (G) d. Automn Owen (SER) 6-1, 6-2
Mandisa Ebri (G) d. Mikayla Brown (SER) 6-0, 6-0

Hannah Hamlin/Ashleigh Robb (G) d. Dy'nerhia Hicks/Kaniesha Stitt (SER) 8-1
Ina Friedrichson/Abbey Walton (G) d. Courteney Oneal/Kenydra Mojica (SER) 8-3
Natalie Whittington/Hannah Hawley (G) d. Automn Owen/Mikayla Brown (SER) 8-4

Exhibition: Tiamber Goode (8-3) won in singles.

Record: (5-2, 5-3)

Trojan Cross Country Opens with Strong Showing

Justin Burkey claims 51st in the prestigious Seahawk Invitational at UNCW while Jose Rosas finished 94th for Garner

Other Trojans competing for Coach Davis' squad William Knabe, Nick Snell, Corbin Hodges, Quintin Campbell, and Ryder Best.

The Trojans will return to action on Wednesday afternoon in their first conference meet of the season - it will be a quad meet at West Johnston beginning at 4:00


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Trojans Gallop Past Middle Creek


Garner scored 31 unanswered points to erase a one-point, 21-20 deficit and gallop past Middle Creek on Friday night at Mustang Stadium, 46-29.

Middle Creek (3-1, 1-0) broke a 14-14 halftime score on its opening possession of the second half as they marched 64-yards and scored on a touchdown pass from David Salmon to Quinton Ray and the Mustangs took a 21-20 lead.

However, Middle Creek would cough up the football on its next drive and the Trojans would capitalize as Nyheim Hines scored from 16 yards out and after a failed two-point conversion, the Mustangs still had a 21-20 lead.

The Mustangs went three and out on its next drive and Garner (4-0) came right back and scored on Tyler Hinton's five yard rumble and the men of Troy took a 27-21 lead.

Middle Creek would get no close as they went three and out, again and was forced to punt the ball to Hines, who found a seem down the sideline for a 57-yard punt return for a score (his third of the season) and the Trojans were in control.

Garner added a couple more scores from Hines who finished the night with four total touchdown, three rushing and one on the punt return.

The Mustangs also added a late score for the final, 46-29 margin of victory.

Garner has now won nine of the 10 meetings against the Mustangs and will return home next Friday night to open Greater Neuse River play against the Clayton Comets, kick-off is slated for 7:00

Tennis Smashes Knightdale

Garner 9 Knightdale 0


Sarah Hamlin (G) d. Sabra Shephard (K) 6-2, 6-3
Ina Friedrichson (G) d. H'Yong Rochem (K) 6-0, 6-1
Nicole Root (G) d. Shelly Guo (K) 6-0, 6-0
Alyssa Clark (G) d. Jasmine Cooper (K) 6-0, 6-2
Elizabeth Pittman (G) d. Lachonda Council (K) 6-0, 6-1
Mandisa Ebri (G) d. Sophie Kolawole (K) 6-0, 6-0


Hannah Hamlin/Ashleigh Robb (G) d. Sabra Shephard/Jasmine Cooper (K) 8-5
Nicole Root/Mandisa Ebri (G) d. H'Yong Rochem/Shelly Guo (K) 8-0
Sarah Koczwara/Kristina Zani (G) d. Lachonda Council/Sophie Kolawole (K) 8-5

Record - (4-1, 4-2)

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Volleyball Pounces Wildcats

Garner's varsity volleyball team continued its torrid pace winning their sixth match in-a-row on Thursday night as the lady Trojans earned a 3-0 road sweep of West Johnston.

Garner (8-1, 4-0) began the match with a 25-17 victory in the opening game followed by a 25-11 win in the second and the match ended in the third game with a 25-19 Garner win.

Kristen Powell had 22 of Garner's 38 kills on the match. Sarah Price had five kills along with Kelsey Bryan and Ka'asha Jefferies with four kills, each.

Coach Boyette's squad will return to Trojan Coliseum on Monday afternoon at 5:30 for a non-conference match up with the Cary Imps. The JV match will begin at 4:30.

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JV Trojans Fall to Middle Creek

Garner dropped it's second consecutive JV football game on Thursday night as they fell to Middle Creek 49-0 at Trojan Stadium.

The Trojans (1-2) surrendered 14 first quarter points and eventually trailed 35-0 heading into the locker room before the Mustangs capitalized and went on for the 49-0 victory. 

Garner returns to action next Thursday at 6:30 when they travel to Clayton to battle the Comets.

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Garner 2

Clayton 7
Hannah Hamlin (G) d. Maya Guha (C) 6-1, 6-1
Sarah Hamlin (G) d. Joy GUha (C) 6-1, 6-1
Elezcia Singletary (C) d. Ashleigh (G) 6-0, 6-4
Logan Boykin (C) d. Ina Friedrichson (G) 6-0, 6-0
Caitlin Wood (C) d. Nicole Root (G) 6-4, 6-4
Katherine Riley (C) d. Alyssa Clark (G) 6-1, 7-5

Maya Guha/Joy Guha (C) d. Hannah Hamlin/Ashleigh Robb (G) 9-7
Elezcia Singletary/Logan Boykin (C) d. Sarah Hamlin/Elizabeth Pittman (G) 8-3
Caitlin Wood/Katherine Riley (C) d. Nicole Root/Mandisa Ebri (G) 8-4

Hannah Hawley (8-3) won in singles.  Samone Oates-Bullock/Tiamber Goode (2-8) and Karla Paredes/Caroline Banker (0-8) lost in doubles.
Record - (2-1, 2-2)
Garner 6
West Johnston 3

Alli Powers (WJ) d. Hannah Hamlin (G) 6-1, 6-3
Sarah Hamlin (G) d. Yarlies Vanga (WJ) 6-2, 6-3
Ashleigh Robb (G) d. Haley Shigas (WJ) 6-1, 6-2
Nicole Root (G) d. Sarah Kuhaneck (WJ) 6-0, 6-1
Alyssa Clark (G) d. Amber HInes (WJ) 6-0, 6-0
Elizabeth Pittman (G) d. Sabria Brown (WJ) 6-0, 6-0

Alli Powers/Yarlies Vanga (WJ) d. Nicole Root/Mandisa Ebri (G) 8-2
Haley Shigas/Amber Hines (WJ) d. Abbey Walton/Natalie Whittington (G) 8-5
Sarah Koczwara/Kristina Zani (G) d. Sabria Brown/Lauren McLeod (WJ) 8-0

Mary Ayodele (8-0) won in singles.  Savannah Richmond (2-8) lost in singles.

Record - (3-1, 3-2)
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Volleyball Sweeps SSS

Coach Boyette and his varsity volleyball squad opened up their week of action on Tuesday evening with a three game sweep of Smithfield-Selma inside Trojan Coliseum.

Garner (7-1, 3-0) took the first game of the match 25-9 before earning a 25-13 victory in the second game and finally capping off the match with the Spartans earning a 25-11 win.

Kristen Powell, helped power the lady Trojans earning 25 kills as the team finished with 41 on the match. Garner also fired in 17 service aces including six by Elena Mast to help smash the Spartans.

The lady Trojans will return to action on Wednesday when they travel to Benson to battle West Johnston with first serve slated for 5:30 and the JV game beginning the action at 4:30

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Golf Picks up Victory

Lady Trojan golf picks up another conference match victory on Tuesday afternoon  at River Ridge Golf Course.

Nichole Ceyrolles is medalist with a 41, Lauren Ceyrolles followed with a 45, an Emily O'Neill came in with a 53.

This is the Trojans third match win of the early season. Coach Barnes and her squad will be back at home at River Ridge on Thursday afternoon at 3:30 when they host Fuquay-Varina.

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