2013 Cheer Squad
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Stallions Varsity Volleyball
2013 Varsity Volleyball Team
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The Greater Cabarrus Athletic Association (GCAA) primary function is to provide a competitive sports venue for homeschool students. It is an environment that promotes a Christian approach to sports and teaches the student athlete the importance of bringing their faith into their athletics. GCAA is based in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, but serves athletes from all areas surrounding, reaching into Mecklenburg and Rowan Counties frequently as well as drawing athletes from many more distant counties in North and South Carolina. GCAA is a safe place for a student to honor God and play his or her sport to their highest ability. Teams are developed for the purpose of developing the character, skill, and teamwork of each student with the hope that a properly placed passion for their sport will serve them and their walk with God for the rest of their lives.
Alumni Soccer Game
August 12, 2015 - 7pm @ Harrisburg Turf Fields
Retro uniforms wil be provided to all past varsity players attending the game
8074 Harrisburg Road, Charlotte, NC 28215
EXTRA, EXTRA !!!!
XC Team update is posted
GCAA Stallions Cross Country Team - 2015
The XC team has introduced several changes to meet the needs of the home school community in the areas surrounding Cabarrus County. Check out the details and stay tuned for more updates.
The JV Stallions ran there record to 5-0 last night, with a 62-44 victory at home, over Crossroads Charter (Charlotte). Bailey Benham and Brody Madeira got the offense rolling, combining for 14 points in the first quarter. In the second quarter, with leading-scorer Benham on the bench in foul trouble, the Stallion guards heated up and extended the lead to 35-16 at the half. Bradin Lilly hit 2 3's, and Madeira added another, while 6th man, Travis Cone scored all 6 of his points in the quarter. The lead ballooned to 56-24 after 3 quarters, but Crossroads was able to close the gap some in the 4th quarter with some full-court trapping defense. Travis Cone collected 8 rebounds. Brody Madeira had 5 steals. The Stallions were 10-for-12 from the free throw line.