2013 Cheer Squad
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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.
SALISBURY — What happened at Salisbury High’s Robertson Stadium on Monday was surprising only if you’re unfamiliar with the Greater Cabarrus Stallions.
The Stallions (6-0), who competed in the Homeschool World Series last season, have a lot of talent and a lot of experience and they won 13-4 to spoil the SHS debut of head coach Mike Herndon.
Stallions Stampede to Second State Title
The Cabarrus Stallions Soccer program won the 2015 NCHEAC State Soccer title, defeating their conference rivals, Forsyth Hawks, in the championship game 1-0. This game marked the third game between the conference foes. Led by a strong senior class the Stallions went undefeated in conference and state play in route to the championship game. Tournament MVP Gabriel Williams scored the winning goal in the first half and the stout defense, directed by Joel Levinson and goalkeeper Benji Beekman, secured the shut-out for the victory. This was the third consecutive championship game for the Stallions, coming home champions in 2013 for their first state title in program history. The Stallions confidently entered the final game after lopsided victories over the Asheville Hawks (3-0) and the East Wake Dash (9-1) in the group play games. Senior captain, Brian Stepanek, 29 goals and 9 assists, was the team leader in scoring and assists and received honors of Conference MVP and all-tournament team. Brian finished his career with the Stallions with the all-time scoring record of 91 goals during his tenure. Several of the senior class received all-conference honors and all-tournament selections.
Christian Frey, Joel Levinson, Benji Beekman, Connor Morgan, Brian Stepanek (MVP)
Brian Stepanek, Parker Sorensen, Andrew Moore, Alan Frank, Gabriel Williams (MVP)
The Cabarrus Stallions finished the season 15-3-2 and played many of the ranked private schools in the Charlotte area. The success of the program was recognized nationally as the Stallions were ranked 7th in the nation in the most recent Home School soccer rankings.
The Stallions Middle School soccer program was equally successful in the regular season. Without a conference to play in the team finished with 10 victories against 5 losses and a draw against a wide variety of teams. Led by a strong group of middle school players that are poised to move to the varsity squad next year, the future of the soccer program at both levels has a firm foundation. For more information please contact the soccer director.