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.
The JV boys fell Friday night at Grace Academy, 61-58. The Stallions jumped out to a quick 10-0 lead, and lead by as many as 14, before Grace cut the gap to 7 at the half. The game was tied at 53 with under 2 minutes to play, when Grace Academy came up with a steal and 3 straight baskets to seize control. However, the Stallions converted two quick baskets, and had a shot to tie it, but Sawyer's Stricklands half-court heave at the buzzer was off the mark. Bailey Benham racked up 24 points and 13 rebounds. Austin Lilly chipped in 15 points. RaeShawn Sutherland added 9 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists. The Stallions shot 50% from the field, but were doomed by 18 turnovers and 12 missed free throws.
The middle school Stallions improved to 7-1 with a 49-9 victory over the Trinity Episcopal 7th graders on Thursday, in downtown Charlotte. All 12 Stallions again got into the action, with 9 players getting into the scoring column. Luke Burdette recorded his first basket of the season. Luke Holm led the defense with 9 steals. 9 was also the number for the highest scoring total, shared by Jordan Kalenian and Max Agnew.
The middle school boys moved to 6-1 on the season, with a 53-9 victory over North Hills Christian on Tuesday. All 12 Stallions got into the action. Clay Pinion led the Stallions in scoring with 14 points, while Max Agnew contributed 12. Kodi Fink had a season high 6 points. Luke Burdette recorded a personal best 4 rebounds. Luke Holm led the way on defense with 6 steals and also added 4 assists.