2009 Trojan Track

Coach Gary George

Men's Team Class Girls Team Class
Jelan Abrams Sr Peta-Gaye Allen So
Aston Anglin-Stone Sr Michelle Bailey Jr
Abraham Aslami So Alexanderia Covington Sr
Mike Brantley Sr Jakiya Davis Fr
Daniel Brennan Sr Denisha Dolby Jr
Mike Brown-Roberts Jr Diamond Grissett Fr
Alan Careaga Fr Colette Harrington Fr
Dashawn Crudup Fr Jessica Harvey So
Jaquan Davis So Janicia Hightower Fr
Ja'Saun Davis Sr Jaya Johnson Jr
Jeremiah Davis Jr Fracheska KeKe So
Kenneth Demby Jr Brittanie Kelly Fr
Ricky Denning Sr Beverly Mclaughlin So
Anthony Epps Fr Cecilly Rhone Jr
Haitham Ewaice So Farrah Roberts Fr
Demetrius Fairley Fr Tia Taylor So
Gary Frederick So Toniqua Taylor Fr
Dwight Garity Fr Necole Watson Fr
Jordan Hammond Sr Jamela Williams Fr
Ian Hunter Sr Kilanta Wynn Fr
Edwin Jackson Fr
Joseph Jenkins Jr
Jake Jones Sr
Brennan Kroll Sr
Jamaquez Langley Jr
Lance Littmann Fr
Tyler Littmann Fr
Matthew Marcom So
Dominique Mathis Sr
Isaiah Moore Jr
Juwan Moye Fr
Maurice Nicholson Jr
Shaquille Nurriddin Fr
Taylor Pebeashy Fr
Devin Perry Fr
Donald Powell Fr
Kenneth Roberson So
Branden Rogers Fr
Terrell Sanders Sr
Daryl Saunders Jr
Samuel Shelton So
Brandon Smith Jr
Eric Stevens Fr
Christopher Taylor So
Chris Townsend Sr
Nicholas Venable Fr
Jimmy Vreeland Jr
Vincent Woods Sr

2009 Track Schedule
Date Day Opponent Site Time / Results
Mar. 11Wed.W.Johnston (rescheduled from 3/12)Awayresults
Mar. 19Thu.GNRC (quad meet)GMHSresults: Boys 1st
Apr. 2Thu.Knightdale (quad)Away4:00 PM
Apr. 18Sat.Apex RelaysApex9:30 AM
Apr. 23Thu.GNRC (quad) @ W.JohnstonAway4:00PM
Apr. 25Sat.Wake County ChampionshipsPanther Creek9:00 AM
Apr. 29Sat.GNRC ChampionshipsClayton2:00 PM
May. 8Fri.NCHSAA Regional meetTBA
May. 9Sat.NCHSAA State 4A ChampionshipsTBA


Date Day Opponent Site Time
Dec. 3Wed.GNRC @ SSSSSSresults needed
Dec. 17WedGNRC @ W.JohnstonWJresults needed
Jan. 16FriEastern High School Challenge,
sponsored by the Durham Striders
UNC-Chapel Hillresults
Jan. 22WedGNRC @ Clayton Claytonresults needed
Jan. 28Wed.GNRC ChampionshipsWJ2:00PM
Feb. 14Sat.NCHSAA State Championships11AMresults

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Trojans fall in NCHSAA 2nd round

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A brutally cold night in Fayetteville brings an end to the Trojans season with a 39-3 loss at Jack Britt. The Trojans cannot survive the six turnovers and muster only 138 yards rushing while the Buccaneers pile up a massive 432 in the rematch of the 2006 play-off game. The Trojans manage only a BG Howell 27 yard field goal while the Bucs get 4 rushing TD's and three scores over 50 yards. The Trojan season ends at 8-5.

Britt's Eric Johnson runs untouched 82 yards with the opening kickoff and 13 seconds into the game, they lead 7-0. The Trojans gain only 3 yards on their first series but Britt is held without a first down on their first series as well. Garner fumbles ends a good drive at the Buc 46 after the Trojans had moved it 59 yards. Britt moves the ball to the Garner 19 before Aston Anglin-Stone picks off Everrett Proctor and returns it 62 yards to the Buccaneer 29. The stout Buc defense prevents the first down and the Trojans punt it back, pinning Britt on the 2 as the first quarter ends.

The Bucs go up 14-0 when Russell Collins hits Proctor from 52-yard out on the ninth play of the 98 yard drive, consuming 4:20 of the clock. Garner picks just 19 yards on the ensuing series but Britt fumbles the Howell punt and Stone is there again for his second takeaway of the night. But perhaps the critical series of the game, the Trojans cannot punch it in starting from the Britt 12 and settle for the field goal to cut the margin to 14-3. Britt answers with another plus four minute, 73 yard drive, with Johnson diving in from 3 yards out but Nussbaum's kick is missed to make it 20-7 at the half.

Garner fumbles to end their first drive of the second half but the defense shows a flash of last week's stirring performance against Millbrook forcing Britt out with just a 2 yard gain. From their own 12, the Trojans move it 41 yards, with Michael Brantley gaining 27 of his 84 yards of the night. But consecutive incompletions and a 5 yard Howell pass to Brantley on 3rd and ten results in another punt. Britt QB Collins dashes 46 yards on first down, followed by Proctor going 22 to the Trojan 15. Tremale France takes it in from 4 yards out for a 26-3 Buc lead. Another quick Trojans series without a first sets up Britt at midfield but Carl Redd recovers a Buc fumble to give the Trojans new life. Howell hits Ian Hunter for a 33 yard pass to Britt 12. But another Trojan fumble gives the Bucs the ball back with 1:26 to go in the third.

Britt moves the ball methodically 46 yards, chewing up the end of the third and first three minutes of the final period but have to punt it away and the pooch punt gives it back to Garner at their own 33. But the Britt defense forces the third consecutive 3-and-out from Garner in just 24 seconds and Howell's kick is partially blocked, travelling only 18 yards and the Bucs take over at their own 46. Six plays and a 1:34 later, Britt tacks on the dagger with Frances' 2nd score of the night and an insurmontable 32-3 lead with just 7:44 to go in the Trojan season.

Juwan Moye sees his first action of the play-offs and manages 4 yards and a Britt face mask moves the ball on their side of the 50. But Sebastian Hepburn picks off a Howell pass. Johnson dashes 62 yards on first down for the final score of 39-3.

The Trojans send their thanks and appreciation to the 28 seniors of the Class of 2009 for their effort and service to Garner Magnet High School. We wish you the very best!!
Senior Aston Anglin-Stone ($!) was a defensive force Senior Carl Redd dashes with the fumble recovery Senior leader BG Howell looks deep Senior Michael Brantley has 84 yards rushing on the night
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GAR0300- 3
JB713613- 39

JB-Eric Johnson 82 kickoff return (R.Nusbaum kick)
JB-Everett Proctor 52 pass from Russell Collins (R.Nusbaum kick)
GAR-BG Howell 27 FG JB-Eric Johnson 3 run (kick failed)
JB-Tremale France 4 run (kick failed)
JB-France 1 run (kick failed)
JB-Eric Johnson 62 run (R.Nusbaum kick)

Total Yards237484
First downs912

GAR--Michael Brantley 12-84 yards, Jeremy Conyers 10-31, BG Howell 3-13, Brandon Parks 2-7, Juwan Moye 2-3;
JB--Eric Johnson 14-147 yards, 3TD; Everett Proctor 12-105; Russell Collins 9-97; Tremale France 10-70; Julius Ingram 4-13 yards

Passing: GAR--B.Howell 15-31-99, 2INT; JB--Collins 1-7-52 yards, TD; Proctor 0-2-0 INT

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JV boys comeback for win at Millbrook

Josh McClain's three point play with 51 seconds to go in overtime finishes the comeback 64-61 win at Millbrook. The Trojans use a 9-0 third quarter run to erase a fourteen point halftime deficit as McClain scores 22 and Stacy Carroway adds 14, all in the second half, on 6-of-6 shooting from the floor. Carroway triggers the Trojan comeback with a rebound and dunk back. Carroway adds a rebound follow shot and then steals and feeds Deion Dorsey with 18 seconds to knot things up at the end of three. After the teams play an even 4th quarter, aided by Carroway's 5th and 6th blocked shots of the game, DeAnthony Harris and McClain solve the Wildcats attempts to press. McClains driving score with 5.1 to go in regulation sends it to an extra period as Shi Key Moore's desperate heave misses. In OT, McClain is ice from the line, hitting the key free throw with 51 seconds to go to provide the final margin. The Trojans head into the holiday break 3-1:






GAR11720179- 64
MBK18146176- 61
SCORING: Josh McClain 22, Stacy Carroway 14, Gavin Wilson 8, Dominque Reed 6, Alex Bowling, 4, Deion Dorsey 4, Cameron Redd 4, DeAnthony Harris 2

Trojans blasted by the Wildcats
Millbrook takes advantage of a full roster, aided by their football players with nothing else to do, to out-run the Trojans at home 71-54. Every Wildcat gets in the game and all but one score as the outmanned Trojans run out of steam with their third game in four days. Only the 47% (29 of 61) shooting by Millbrook keeps the game from a larger margin. The Trojans (1-3) manage only a Dametrius Upchurch basket and six free throws in the entire second period as Millbrook pulls away with an 11-0 run. Tyree Washington has 16 for the Wildcats while Karl Agenor misses a double-double for the third straight game by just one rebound, 16 points and 9 boards:






GAR1181619- 54
MBK15131924- 71
SCORING: Karl Agenor 16 (9 rebounds), Albert Smith 10, Dametrius Upchurch 9 (10 rebounds), Eric Grissett 4, Jamall Barrett 7, Emmanuel McClain 5, Darius Hicks 3

JV girls edged the Wildcats
The JV girls hold on to defeat Millbrook 29-27 at home. Jennifer Steinback pumps in 12 for the Lady Trojans:






MBK8459- 27
GAR9857- 29
Scoring: GAR- Jennifer Steinbach 12, Ashley Courtney 5, Alana Bailey 2, Jamesia Rouse 1, Whitney Harrington 1, Kima Sidberry 6, Tralen Neil 2; MBK- Adreanne Boone 6, Michele Neese 4, Megan Carbally 3, Wylanda Surles 1, Catlin O'Connell 11, Awele Nweze 2

Varsity Lady Trojans fall to Millbrook tonight 41-32
Essence Chism leads the Lady Trojans with 11 who fall to 0-3 on the year:
SCORING: Garner: Essence Chism 11, Tyara Hill 2, Jaya Johnson 2, Alex Covington 3, Jasmine Shaw 9, Serena Watson 1, Vearneasa Brown 4, ; Millbrook: Kelly Blake 9, Courtney Spearman 11, McLean 3, Jasmine Pughs 1, Earle 8, Elaine Morgan 7, Bush 4

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Wrestlers fall to the Jaguars

The Trojans drop the road non-conference match at Athens Drive. Jesse Gould and Tyler Maher pick up wins for Garner (1-1)
Athens Drive 65, Garner 12
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GMHS Drama presents "Our Town"

GMHS Theater will be presenting "Our Town" by Thorton Wilder this Thursday thru Saturday night at 7 pm in the school auditorium.. Tickets are $5 and may be purchased at the door...doors open at 6:30...please join us!!

Patrons please note: The Lady Trojans will be hosting Millbrook in the gym, starting at 6PM. Theater attendees should enter the front of the school. Thank you for your cooperation!!

Coach Gray reaches historic 300th win

Dametrius Upchurch scores 27 points and pulls 10 rebounds as Coach Eddie Gray reaches elite territory in high school basketball with his 300th career coaching win, 72-62 over the Middle Creek Mustangs. The Trojans end a 2 game slide to start the year with Upchurch proving more than the Mustangs could handle down low. Upchurch was 9 of 13 from the field, including eight shots in a row in a showdown against the highly recruited Middle Creek front line. Karl Agenor provides more than one spark, with 18 points and 9 boards of his own. The Trojans shoot 60% for the game on 24 of 40, while holding the Mustangs to 21 of 45 (47%).

The game had 8-0 runs by both teams with Middle Creek opening the game, holding the Trojans scoreless through the first 2:34. The Mustangs hit eight of their first 12 to lead by nine, 21-12 at the first break. The Trojans chip away with Agenor scoring four straight and Upchurch driving to the basket for 3-three point plays. The Mustangs collapsed down low to allow Agenor to hit two three's and Eric Grissett hits one also to narrow the score to 36-35 Mustangs at the half.

The Trojans use a big third quarter to create some breathing room, with Upchurch the scoring load when Albert Smith picks up his 4th foul, sending him to the bench. Darne Hall triggers an 8-0 run, with one of two from the line and a steal and lay-up. Albert Smith scores and is fouled and Upchurch caps the run with two. Garrius Adams free throw stops the streak, part of his 17 on the night. Agenor grabs a rebound and nails a three to put Garner up 48-41. After Smith picks up his 4th foul, Upchurch adds two more scores in the paint and Jamall Barrett pumps a three at the buzzer to give Garner a 55-48 lead after three periods.

Upchurch opens the final period hitting his eighth straight shot but back-to-back threes from Adams narrows the gap to 58-54. Garner forces back to back steals but can only convert half the free throws and Brandon Hooks backdoor layup cuts it back to 62-56 with 4:03 to go. On consecutive plays, Barrett is called for charge in the lane and Smith picks up his fifth. Hooks converts to cut the lead to four. After Adams hits one of two from the line, Eric Grissett drives to the basket, in an ankle-breaking move to send Adams to the bench with his fifth foul and adds one from the line to put Garner up 66-59 with just over a minute left. The Trojans hold on for their first win of the 2008 season and the historic win.

Coach Gray, who also posted his 250th win 11/17/2005 versus Middle Creek. In his 19th season as head basketball coach at his alma mater, Coach Gray has posted a 300-165 record and 8 conference championships, most recently 2006 and NCHSAA qualifier 14 times, including the last three years. Four time Coach of the Year, during his tenure, Coach Gray has coached NCAA Final Four Most Valuable Player, Donald Williams, James Mays and NBA first-round draft choice and NCAA National Player of the Year, and current NBA All-Star for the New Orleans Hornets, David West.

Congratulations Coach Gray, you are a Garner legend!!

Garner Trojan Basketball fact sheet






MC21151214- 62
GAR12232017- 72

SCORING: Dametrius Upchurch 27, 10 rebounds, Karl Agenor 18, 9 rebounds, Eric Grissett 6, Albert Smith 7, Jamall Barrett 9, Emmanuel McClain 2, Darne Hall 3; MC-Garrius Adams 17, Tom Tankelewicz 16

JV Trojans drop their first
The Mustangs out-score the Trojans 26-17 in the fourth to pull away with the 66-56 win. Josh McClain nets 16 and Stacy Carroway 12 for Garner who suffers a 24-for-63 for the night which was played in a fairly fast pace. The Trojans manage only 5 of 18 from the free throw line while the Mustangs convert 20 of 29 from the stripe in suffering their first loss of the young season.






MC11111826- 66
GAR13111517- 56

SCORING: Josh McClain 16, Stacy Carroway 12, 8 rebounds, Gavin Wilson 7, DeAnthony Harris 6, Darius Hicks, 5, Alex Bowling 3, Cameron Redd 2, Deion Dorsey 5, 7 rebounds; MC-Hubert 15, M.Wilson 11, King, 14,

Varsity girls fall to 0-2
Middle Creek takes advantage of the cold Lady Trojans for the 63-33 non-conference road win. Alex Covington paces the Trojans with 9:
SCORING: GAR--V.Brown 2, E.Chillon 6, A.Covington 9, J.Johnson 4, E.Lucas 6, J.Shaw 6. MID--A.Battle 8, B.Murdock 25, C.Murdock 2, K.Rishel 5, R.Ruch 4, L.Woods 9, L.Woods 10.

JV girls stay undefeated
Coach Ellerbee and the JV Lady Trojans (2-0) win at Middle Creek 40-33. Kima Sidberry leads the Trojans with 19. Ashley Courtney with 10, Tralen Neil 3, Jordan Moore 1, Whitney Harrington 3, and Jennifer Steinbach with 4.

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Wrestling team opens with win over Enloe

Coach Bunn's Trojan wrestlers open the 2008 season with a 43-34 win over Enloe. Results will be posted tomorrow.

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JV boys roll to 2-0, varsity falls to Athens Drive again

Coach Blom's JV Trojans annihilate the Jaquars 81-22. Stacy Carroway and Josh McClain pace a balanced scoring attack with 13 a pieced while every Garner player scores. Added to a potent offense that had the Trojans hitting 35 of 68 shots for 51%, good defense shuts the Jaguars out in the second perod and forced 16 first half turnovers.






AD6088- 22
GAR16242417- 81

SCORING: Stacy Carroway 13, Josh McClain 13, JaQuan Davis 10, Alex Bowling 11, Gavin Wilson 10, Cameron Redd 6, Jarie Hicks 6, DeAnthony Harris 4, Deion Dorsey 4, Dominque Reed 4

The varsity Trojans fall again 59-54 despite 14 from Albert Smith and 12 from DaMetrius Upchurch. The fourth attempt for Coach Gray to pick up his 300th career win is all Athens Drive before Smith has a big third period with eight of the Trojans 18 points and a 9-0 run to close the period cuts the Athens Drive margin to just eight. The Jaguars led by as much as 14, using a deliberate, clock-eating motion offense and 50% shooting from the field. Smith hits a 3 pointer to cut it to 55-51 with 4:30 to go. But the Trojans shooting goes cold, missing their last six shots before Karl Agenor hits a three at the buzzer for the final margin.






AD1621148- 59
GAR13121811- 54

SCORING: Albert Smith 14, Dametrius Upchurch 12, Emmanuel McClain 8, Karl Agenor 7, Darryl Harp 5, Jamall Barrett 4, Darius Hicks 4; AD-Edmundson 22, Davis 17

Both teams are back in action Tuesday night against Middle Creek at home. The girls JV and varsity travel to Middle Creek, beginning at 6PM

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Trojans advance in NCHSAA with double-overtime win over the Wildcats

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Senior BG Howell scores from ten yards out in the second overtime as the Trojans advance in NCHSAA 4AA play-offs with the 33-30 win. The Trojan defense was the star of the show, shutting out the vaunted Millbrook offense in the second half. Garner shows the tradition of 25 years as a state power to uphold the honor of the much maligned GNRC, holding Millbrook to a David Brown field in the second extra session before Howell's historic score. Played in a driving rain for much of the game, this one was one for the history books of Trojan Stadium.

The Trojans (8-4) stop a two game skid to the Wildcats after years of dominance though the games have mostly been very close. Millbrook came in confident after thrashing Garner 34-0 to open the season and 9-2 on the year. But its the Trojans who will advance to face #1 seed Jack Britt next Friday. The Wildcats year ends at 9-3.

Michael Brantley and Jeremy Conyers march the Trojans sixty yards to the Wildcat 17 on the opening series. A holding call on Conyers fourth down touchdown run, wipes out the score and Howell's 44 yard field goal attempt is wide left. Millbrook takes over at their own 20. Brian Kass hits Scott Gray for five yards and all-state running back Kuwon Eldridge picks up 20 before the drive stalls. Kass' punt is partially blocked and travels only 11 yards and Garner takes over at their own 42 but quickly go three and out to give Millbrook back the ball.

From their 33, the Wildcats march 67 yards for the score, with Eldridge rumbling 33 on first down and taking it in from eleven yards out. Eldridge picks up 62 yards of the drive and Brown's PAT makes it 7-0. Ian Hunter returns the Wildcat kickoff 25 yards to the Trojan 31. Brantley runs it seven yards before Conyers sweeps right for 29 yards as the first quarter ends. From the Wildcat 33, Conyers covers the remaining distance on two carries to knot the game at 7-7. Trojan momentum carries forward as the Wildcats fumble the kickoff and Garner takes over on the Millbrook 30. Conyers picks up a critical 4th and 1, picking up three to the Wildcat 18. But Malik Fair picks off Howell's pass and returns it into Garner territory at the 42.

The Wildcats take advantage of the short field. Kass hits Michael Thornton for 11 yards and their fourth first down of the half. Eldridge scampers 13 to the Trojan 19 and after Kass keeps it for six, Eldridge scores his second of the night from 13 out to put Millbrook up 14-7. Starting at their own 28, Conyers picks up 9 and Brantley bulls his way up the middle for a big 39 yard gain, but fumbles at the end of the play to turn it back over to the Wildcats. Garner incurs a pesonal foul of the play, so Millbrook starts their drive on the 43 and promptly moves it the 57 yards with Kass taking it in from 15 yards out. Michael Ellis blocks the extra point to keep it at 20-7 where it stays until halftime. Eldridge piles up 110 yards in the half with his two scores.

Millbrook who deferred the opening toss, takes over first in the second half. The Trojans defense shows huge adjustment and on 3rd and 21, Chaz Damon recovers a Wildcat fumble and Garner takes over at the Millbrook 5 yard line. A broken play results in a loss of 5. Howell hits Brandon Byars on a sweet 10 yard crossing route but a procedure call results in a very strange 6 yard penalty back to the 11. Howell scrambles for 3 before the golden opportunity fades with Fair picking off his second of the night in the end zone.

The Trojan defensive line bows up to push the Wildcats back to the one when Kass fumbles but falls on the ball. On third and 29, Connor McLaurin drops Eldridge for just a yard and the Millbrook punts it to their own 39. But Garner fails to take advantage and fail on 4th and five, giving the Wildcats the ball back. . The 'Cats punt of 4th and 31 and Garner started their fourth consective drive Millbrook side of the field, taking over at the 36. Howell hits Conyers on a screen for 5 yards. On a critical 4th and five, Brandon Byars gets open for 10 yards for the Trojans seventh first down of the night. Conyers runs it 4 and Brantley moves it to the seven as the third quarter ends.

The Trojans owns the 4th quarter, capping the drive with Conyers diving in from a yard out at 9:20. But Howell's PAT is wide, cutting lead to 20-13. On the ensuring kick, Scott Gray is nailed and Terrell Sanders picks it up to dash 23 yards for the tying score for a 20-20 game a mere 8 seconds later. Smelling blood the Garner defense forces another Wildcat quick out, with Aston Anglin-Stone pressures Kass to an incomplete pass on third and 5. Jeremiah Davis blocks the Kass punt and Garner starts another drive in Millbrook territory, at the 42. But again, the terrific field possession goes for naught and the Wildcats take over at their own 20 after Howell's 37 yard punt. Eldridge is able give Millbrook breathing room, dashing 60 yards but the Trojans defense stiffens and Millbrook elects to go for the first down from the Trojan 11 rather than kick the potential game-winning field goal. Kass is stopped on 4th and three and Garner takes over at the nine with 1:42 to go in the game.

The Trojans go conservative, failing to pick up a first down and Millbrook has a shot in regulation after Howell's 48 yard punt. From their own 39, Kass is picked off by Dominque Mathis with just 0:31 to go in regulation. The Trojans are content to head into overtime.

Millbrook wins the toss but defers to go on defense first. Michael Brantley makes them pay, taking it in from 10 yards out to put the Trojans up for the first time all night 27-20. The Wildcats answer converting on 4th and 3 to knot the game at the end of the first extra period 27-27. On the second OT, Eldridge picks up three but a high snap goes over Kass' head and Kel Johnson, who has numerous tackles on the evening, forces an incompletion and Millbrook settles for a 38 yard David Brown field for a 30-27 Millbrook lead.

It all comes down to the Trojans final possession. Howell misses on first down pass but on 2nd and ten, takes the snap and dashes 10 yards on the draw, and the Senior leader sends the very wet, very cold Trojan Stadium faithful into pandemonium and ready to head to Fayetteville next Friday night!!! Trojans win 33-30!!
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Thornton Watson (15), Ricky Denning (31) and Ronald Moore (14) celebrate the Trojan recovery
Dominque Mathis makes the interception BG Howell ends it in double OT Terrence Fussell dashes 23 yards for the score Conyers rushes through the monsoon Conyers dashes 29 yards Brantley digs for part of his 133 yards
(pictures courtesy of The Garner Citizen News & Times and Ken Hall Photography)






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MBK: Kuwon Eldridge 11 yard run, David Brown kick
GAR: Jeremy Conyers 25 yard run, BG Howell kick
MBK: Eldridge 13 yard run, Brown kick
MBK: Brian Kass 14 yard run, kick blocked
GAR: Conyers 1 yard run, kick failed
GAR: Terrell Sanders 23 yard fumble return, Howell kick
GAR: Michael Brantley 10 yard run, Howell kick
MBK: Kass 3 yard run, Brown kick
MBK: Brown 38 yard FG
GAR: Howell 10 yard run

Total Yards255294
First downs812

RUSHING: GAR—Michael Brantley 17-128 TD; Jeremy Conyers 21-100 TD; BG Howell 4-8 TD; Josh Brooks 1-(-2) ; MBK—Kuwon Eldridge 22-224, Scott Gray 1-0, Brian Kass 19-35;

PASSING: GAR—BG Howell 5-11-21-1; MBK—Kass 4-6-35-1;

RECEIVING: GAR—Brandon Byars 1-10, Conyers 2-11, Ian Hunter 1-2; MBK—S.Gray 1-5, Nick .Murad 1-9, M.Thornton 2-21;
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Swim meet results vs Lee Co, W.Johnston & Holly Springs

Complete meet results

The boys team takes first in quad-meet at Campbell Pool. Brennan Kroll wins the 100-meter fly and Jake Register places 2nd in the 200-meter IM. Gabi Dugal picks up a 3rd place in the 100-meter freestyle and Mary Burkey places 3rd in the 200-meter individual medley. Holly Springs' girls take first in their meet.

Men - Team Rankings
1. Garner Magnet High School 132
2. Lee County High School 122
3. West Johnston High School 121
4. Holly Springs High School 104

Women - Team Rankings
1. Holly Springs High School 174
2. West Johnston High School 161
3. Garner Magnet High School 102
4. Lee County High School 47

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Trojans swept at Athens Drive

The varsity Trojans drop both ends of the doubleheader at Athens Drive to open the 2008-'09 season. DaMetrius Upchurch's 19 points and 10 rebounds are not enough as the Jaguars hold off a late comeback to get the 60-57 win. Karl Agenor adds 15 and just misses a three at the final horn:






GAR9121818- 57
AD16131219- 60

SCORING: DaMetrius Upchurch 19, 10 rebounds, Karl Agenor 15, Albert Smith 12, Jamall Barrett 6, Emmanual McClain 3, Darius Hicks 2; AD-Josh Davis 23 (10-11 shooting) 11 rebounds, Edmundson 14 (6-6 free throws)

Lady Trojan varsity team falls to Jaguars
The Lady Trojans are swamped in the earlier game 65-37, as Athens takes advantage of a 20-to-3 free throw margin to pull away late.






GAR411814- 37
AD13112219- 65

Varsity girls roster
Points: GAR--Jasmine Shaw 7, Alex Covington 6, Essence Chism 6, 5 rebounds, Verneasa Brown 4, Edris Lucas 4, Tyara Hill 2, Jaya Johnson 2, Serena Watson 1; ADR--A.Ingram 15, R.Collins 14, K.Gatling 10, B.Joyner 10, J.Dutton 9, B.Williams 4, L.Childrey 2, F.Tyson 1.

Congratulations to both the boys and girls JV teams won at home. The Boys win 68-25 and the girls team wins 72-26 in Coach Latisha Ellerbee's debut.

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NCHSAA brackets finalized

FINAL NCHSAA 4AA Bracket (printable in pdf)
2008 STATE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS (seedings based on 10 game record)

(10) West Johnston (7-3) at (7) Apex (8-2)
(15) Southern Pines Pinecrest (6-4) at (2) Wilmington Hoggard (9-1)
(11) Raleigh Wakefield (7-3) at (6) Lumberton (8-2)
(14) Durham Jordan (6-4) at (3) Wake Forest-Rolesville (9-1)

(9) Raleigh Millbrook (8-2) at (8) Garner (7-3)
(16) Raleigh Sanderson (5-5) at (1) Fayetteville Jack Britt (9-1)
(12) Raleigh Enloe (6-4) at (5) Raleigh Leesville Road (8-2)
(13) Raleigh Broughton (6-4) at (4) Hope Mills South View (7-3)

(10) Charlotte Zeb Vance (6-4) at (7) Huntersville Hopewell (7-3)
(15) Charlotte Myers Park (5-5) at (2) East Forsyth (10-0)
(11) NW Guilford (6-4) at (6) Richmond Senior (7-2-1)
(14) North Mecklenburg (6-4) at (3) West Charlotte (8-2)

(9) West Forsyth (8-2) at (8) East Mecklenburg (8-2)
(16) West Mecklenburg (5-5) at (1) Charlotte Independence (10-0)
(12) Davie County (7-3) at (5) Matthews David Butler (9-1)
(13) Providence (6-4) at (4) Charlotte Garinger (4-6)

SPECIAL NOTE: Due to NCHSAA restrictions, Trojan Club admission passes may NOT be used for play-off games. Admission Friday night is $6.00 per attendee.

Trojans shoot down the Hawks in regular season finale

Trojan Sports Network Webcast courtesy of EZStream Web services

Senior QB BG Howell throws three touchdowns passes, runs one in and boots 7 PAT's and Michael Brantley adds two on the ground at the Trojans roll to a big 49-17 win in the final regular season game. On a night when the Trojans welcome home 2008 Paralympic hero Tucker Dupree from the Class of 2007 and 2006 graduate Kinsie Howell, the reigning Miss Johnston County performs a fantastic national anthem, the Trojan defense stars as well holding the Hawks to just one second half first down. The Trojans enjoyed a spectular pleasant night at Trojan Stadium after an 80 degree afternoon.

A very close 21-17 game at the half turns into a route as Trojans convert three takeaways into 21 points in the early stages of the second half, while holding the Hawks to just 34 yards for the entire second half.

Brantley establishes himself early as a man on a mission, busting a big 34 yard run on Garner's first possession. After he picks up a big 4th and six with an eight yard run up the middle, a Trojan fumble turns the ball over to the Hawks at their own 40. Holly Springs drives the ball to the Trojans 7, with QB Mark Collins picking up 29 yards. But Collins and KJ Herndon are stopped for no gain on consecutive plays and the Hawks settle for a Nick Hohns 24 yard field goal. The Trojans answer with an 80 yard, 7 play drive, with Brantley gallopping 50 yards on 2nd and ten. Jeremy Conyers picks up twelve on the series and Howell caps the drive with a nine yard strike to Josh Brooks to put the Trojans up 7-3.

Collins does it himself on the ensuing series, taking it 69 yards on first down for a 10-7 Hawk lead. Ian Hunter returns the kick off to the 25 but a Garner clipping call, one of just two penalties for the Trojans on the night, starts the series on the drive on the fifteen. Howell hits Hunter on an 8 yard out pattern and again its Brantley with another big run of 52 yards. A Holly Springs face mask moves it to the Hawk 12. Brantley's three yard dive as the first quarter ends, is followed by a Conyers two yard dive to the seven. A Hawk pass interference call moves it half the distance to the goal and Brantley covers the final four yards. Howell's PAT puts the Trojans up for good 14-10.

The Trojan defense, led by Michael Ellis, Connor McLaurin, Chaz Damon and Aston Anglin-Stone, begins to assert themselves with a quick 3 play Holly Springs series, gaining only 4 yards and they punt it back to Garner at their own 36. On third and twelve, Howell scrambles 13 yards to pick up the first down. Howell played tonight's game with a broken hand. The Hawks hit Howell out of bounds that tacks 15 yards to the gain. After Conyers picks up 3, Howell hits a streaking Hunter from 33 yards out with 7:21 to go in the half and Garner is up 21-10. The Hawks use their final series of the half to eat up the remainder of the half, covering 76 yards with Collins scoring his second touchdown and cut the halftime lead to 21-17.

The Hawks first possession of the second half ends with negative four yards and Ronald Moore blocks the punt, recovered by Jeremiah Davis at the Hawk four yard line. Howell sneaks it in from a yard out just 57 seconds later to make it 28-17 Trojans. Moore shines again, picking off a Collins pass on the next Holly Springs drive. A quick 6 play drive covers the 34 yards with Brantley scoring his second of the night from 3 yards out with 3:27 to go in the third period.

The Hawks offense is virtually stymied the entire second half and on 2nd and five, Hawk QB "hands off" to Michael Ellis as he bears down on him for the takeaway. The Trojans strike right away with Howell hitting Hunter again for the 23 yard score five seconds later and the route is on, 42-17. After another series of lost yards, the third period ends with the Hawks having amassed negative 3 yards for the quarter. Cody Woodall leads the second unit offense on the field at the Trojan 32. Forced to punt, Howell hits a beauty which is downed on the Hawk one yard line. Collins stays in at running back but the Hawks bring Ethan Nunn at QB. The change does little to jump start their offense and the Hawks move it only six yards. The snap on the punt is high and Marcos Goldstein passes to Herndon who is nailed on a picture perfect open field tackle by Connor McLaurin short of the first down at the Hawk 10 yard line. Jeremiah Davis scores from two out for the final margin 49-17.

The Trojans will learn of their first round NCHSAA play-off opponent tomorrow as the 4AA bracket is announced at 5PM.






HS10700- 17
GAR714217- 49

HS - Nick Hohns 24 yard field goal
GAR- Josh Brooks 9 yard pass from BG Howell, Howell kick
HS- Mark Collins 69 yard run, Hohns kick
GAR- Michael Brantley 2 yard run, Howell kick
GAR- Ian Hunter 33 yard pass from Howell, Howell kick
HS- Collins 2 yard run, Hohns kick
GAR - Howell 1 yard run, Howell kick
GAR - Brantley 3 yard run, Howell kick
GAR - Hunter 23 yard pass from Howell, Howell kick
GAR - Jeremiah Davis 2 yard run, Howell kick

Total Yards335231
First downs117

RUSHING: Michael Brantley 9-162 yards, 2TD's; Jeremy Conyers 11-29 yards; BG Howell 2-14 yards, TD; Ian Hunter 1-4 yards; Brandon Parks 5-12 yards; Jeremiah Davis 5-28 yards, TD; Jamal Leach 1-11 yards; KJ Kane 1-(-15) yards

PASSING: Howell 6-11-90 yards, 3 TD's

RECEIVING: Hunter 4-67 yards, 2 TD's; Josh Brooks 1-9 yards, TD; Brantley 1-14 yards

During the first quarter break, the Trojans proclaimed Tucker Dupree Day at Trojan Stadium. Tucker, holder of 23 American swimming records competed in the 2008 Paralympics and set 5 American and 5 Pan American records while setting personal best times in 11 of the 12 events he competed. Tucker was accompanied by his parents Marlene and Chet Dupree.

In addition to honored guest Tucker Dupree and Kinsie Howell and 2006 graduate Richard Medlin, All-CIAA running back for the 8-2 Fayetteville St. Broncos, the Trojans extended a warm birthday greeting to Mr. Earle Purser, long-time supporter and Garner legend!!! Happy birthday Mr. Purser!!

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JV Trojans end season perfect 10-0!!

Juwan Moye rushes for 226 yards, with scoring runs from 11, 72 & 50 yards as the Trojans down Holly Springs 29-14 and finish their season undefeated for the 3rd time in 4 years. Demetrius Fairley adds a 26 yard touchdown run as the Trojan offensive line of Mason Sawyer, Bryan Watkins, Brandon Smith, Christian Wood and JaRod McAllister plow the way as the Garner running backs pile up 272 yards rushing on the evening.

The Hawks (7-3) scratch first but have to go just 17 yards with QB Joey Roach scoring from 6 yards out for a 7-0 lead. The Trojans manage just one first down in their first three series, all played on their side of the field. Shaquille Nurriden recovers a snap over the Holly Springs punter's head to set up a 20 yard Connor Torruella field goal to trim the margin to 7-3. The Trojan defense stymies the Hawks on their next series, taking over on downs at the Garner 28. Moye gallops 72 yards on the pitch and Torruella's kick gives Garner the lead.

Tyler Thornton levels the kick returner at the Hawk 9. Holly Springs moves the ball to the Garner 46, with Luke Wilhemson gathering 16 yards. Davonte Atkinson drops Andrew McMillan for no gain on second down and Terrence Fussell lays a big hit on Markez Davis for a two yard loss to force a Hawk punt and send the teams into the half with Garner leading 10-7.

Holly Springs takes the ball first in the second half but quickly go 3-and-out (the first of six consecutive second half possession they fail to pick up a first down). From their own 22, Moye scampers 21 yards and a Hawk personal foul for hitting him out of bounds moves the ball to the Holly Springs 42. But a Garner fumble kills the drive at the 32. Another staunch defensive stand and Garner starts on their 28. A 10-play, nearly six minute drive, keyed by a Dwight Darity to Seth Council 42 yard hook-up moves it to the Hawk goal line. But two Darity sneaks, the 2nd of which appeared to be a sure score was negated when it is ruled his knee touched before the ball crossed the plane. Having mustered little offense, the Hawks take over inside their own 1 but get breathing room on a Garner offside call.

The Trojan defense forces another turnover with JaRod McAllister recovering at the Holly Springs 6 yard line. Moye sweeps in for an apparent score but another Trojan penalty, a holding call, brings it back to the 16 as the third period ends. After Fairley powers his way for 4 yards, Moye scores again from 11 out and the Trojans move out in front 17-7. The Hawks gain just a yard on their series and Garner has the ball back at their own 30. Moye rushes three times to move it 44 yards and Fairley caps the drive from 26 yards out for a 23-7 lead. Malik Knight sacks Roach to thwart the Hawks next drive. After a Trojan punt Daniel Alston picks off Roach and returns it to midfield, where Moye dashes the distance on first down for a 29-7 lead with 3:45 to go.

The Hawks put together their only successful drive of the half, picking a David Ketleson 16 yard run for the final score. Kyle Wiggins leads the Trojans out for their final series and the clock goes to zero on another perfect season!

Congratulations to Coach Stancil Hines and the JV Trojans, 2008 GNRC Champions!!






GAR73019- 29
HS0707- 12

HS - Joey Roach 6 yard run, David Hudspeth kick
GAR- Connor Torruella 20 yard field goal
GAR - Juwan Moye 72 yard run, Torruella kick
GAR - Moye 11 yard run, Torruella kick
GAR - Demetrius Fairley 26 yard run, kick failed
GAR - Moye 50 yard run, kick failed

Total Yards314162
First downs87

RUSHING: Juwan Moye 17-226 yards, 3TD's; Demetrius Fairley 14-33 yards, TD; Andre Gilliespie 3-9 yards; Anthony Barnes 1-4 yards; Terrence Fussell 1-0 yards; Dwight Darity 2-0 yards
PASSING: Darity 1-3-42 yards
RECEIVING: Seth Council 1-42 yards (and a very happy 16th birthday to Seth!!!)

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2008 Gymnastics

2008 Lady Trojan Gymnastics Team:

  • Sydney Barnett
  • Carly Bohnenblusch
  • Iva Early
  • Jessica Hellmann
  • Edie Pettiford

  • Date Day Opponent Site Time
    Nov 26Fri.Garner, Athens Drive, Middle Creek, SE Raleigh, Lee Co., Southern Lee, Leesville Road, Holly Springs, Panther Creek, Clayton, W.Johnston, SSS, Page, LaneyArtistic Gymneed results
    Dec. 19Fri..Garner, Green Hope, Enloe, Sanderson, Wakefield, WF-Rolesville, Athens Drive, Clayton, Middle Creek, SE Raleigh, W.Johnston, East Wake, Knightdale, Holly Springs, Panther Creek, Leesville RoadImpact Gymneed results
    Jan. 9Fri.Garner, Enloe, Sanderson, Wakefield, WF-Rolesville, Broughton, Millbrook, Hillside, Green Hope, Athens Drive, Clayton, Middle Creek, W.Johnston, SSS, Page, Laney, Burlington Williams, E.Chapel Hill, Grimsley, S.Alamance, NE GuilfordRaleigh Schoolneed results
    Jan. 23Fri.GNRC & Tri-8 ChampionshipsArtistic Gymneed results
    Jan. 31Sat.NCHSAA State ChampionshipsRaleigh SchoolTBA

    Thank you Trojan Club supporter:

    Gregg Norris
    142 Shenstone Blvd.
    Garner NC 27529

    2008 Trojan Swimming

    Coach Ted Berube

    Date Day Opponent Site Time
    Nov 13Thu.Lee Co. W.Johnston, Holly SpringsCampbellBoys-1st; Girls-3rd
    Nov. 20Thu.Middle Creek, SE Raleigh, SSSNCSUresults needed
    Dec. 2Tue.SE Raleigh, Clayton, Green HopeNCSUBoys-3rd; Girls-3rd
    Dec 10WedEast Wake, KnightdaleRiverwoodBoys-1st; Girls-2nd
    Dec 18ThuHolly Springs, MillbrookTACresults needed
    Jan. 6Tue.Clayton, SSS, Holly SpringsCampbellBoys-2nd, Girls-3rd
    Jan. 23Fri.GNRC Diving ChampionshipsPullen1:00PM
    Jan. 23Fri.GNRC Swimming ChampionshipsTACBoys-2nd, Girls-5th
    Feb. 6Fri.NCHSAA Eastern Regional DivingPullenTBA
    Feb. 7Tue.NCHSAA Eastern Regional SwimmingPullenTBA
    Feb. 13Fri.NCHSAA State Diving ChampionshipsNCSUTBA
    Feb. 14Sat.NCHSAA State Swimming ChampionshipsNCSUTBA

    2008-'09 GMHS Swim Team
    Abrams, Jelan
    Augenbaugh, Jimmy
    Becton, Dayshawn
    Burdge, Katie
    Burkey, Lucas
    Burkey, Mary
    Butler, Ashley
    Cox, Dalton
    Cox, Tyler
    Dugal, Gabi
    Early, Iva
    Eberhard, Amber
    Enamorado, John
    Gardner, Kenna
    Gardner, Lara
    Izzell, Sarah
    Jones, Brian
    Kelly, Terrence
    Kroll, Brennan
    Kroll, Colin
    Kuhns, Max
    Lambert, Brittany
    Lester, Bryan
    Littell, Josh
    Manzolillo, Steven
    McClung, Heather
    McCormick, Douglas
    McLaughlin, Beverly
    Paul, Chris
    Ragan, Victoria
    Register, Jake
    Rogers, Brandon
    Ruiz, Alexis
    Sprague, Andrew
    Springer, Ally
    Squires, Melinda
    Stephenson, Caroline
    Stephenson, Robbie
    Sutton, Chris
    Tulis, Melissa
    Ward, Ali
    Ward, Samantha
    Whisnant, Amanda
    Wilson, Zack
    Team managers: Anna Anderson, Mary Beth Hunicutt, Stephon Rainey, Brittany Wall, Marcus Kelly and Durga Sivamani

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    Visit our White Oak location

    GMHS Baseball to hold benefit yard sale

    Garner Trojans Baseball Yard Sale!
    · Saturday November 8th
    · 9:00AM – 1:00PM
    · Located at the corner of Vandora Springs and 7th Ave, in the empty lot across from the State Employees Credit Union
    · Tons of clothes of all sizes including t-shirts, collared shirts, dress shirts, jeans, dress pants, etc, as well as furniture, electronics, and much more.
    · If you need it, we will probably have it
    · Baked goods for sale
    · All proceeds benefit the Garner Magnet High School Baseball Program

    If you would like to donate items, contact Coach Goffena

    November GMHS PTSA meeting announced

    GMHS PTSA Meeting will be held Nov. 4th in the GMHS Media Center at 6:15

    Unfortunately, North Carolina ranks at the top of the list for teen deaths associated with traffic accidents. In an effort to reverse this trend, the State of North Carolina is considering legislation that may require parents to take a more active role in their child's driver education. Jordan Driving School, in conjunction with the PTSA at Garner Magnet High School, has put together a program that outlines the proposed changes. The presentation will be given Tuesday, November 4 and will begin at 6:45. PTSA meeting from 6:15 - 6:45. Please mark your calendars and make plans to attend.

    November Scholarship Guide now available

    GMHS Scholarship Guide (in pdf form)

    Visit http://www.scholarshipplus.com/wake for a complete list of all Wake County Scholarships.


    WAKE NCAE John I. Wilson Teacher Scholarship –$1000 for the child of a NCAE member who is pursuing a degree in education. Information for the scholarship is posted online at http://www.wakencae.org/ Application deadline is 11/8/2008.

    The week of November 10-14, 2008 is FREE College Application week . You can apply to the following colleges using the online application at www.cfnc.org and the following colleges will waive the application fee during the week of November 10-14:

    Barton CollegeMars Hill College
    Belmont Abbey CollegeMeredith College
    Bennett College for WomenMethodist University
    Brevard CollegeMontreat College
    Cabarrus College Health SciencesMount Olive College
    Campbell UniversityNC Wesleyan
    Catawba CollegePeace College
    Chowan UniversityPfeiffer University
    Gardner-Webb UniversityQueens University
    Greensboro CollegeSt. Andrews Pres.
    Johnson C. Smith UniversitySalem College
    Lees-McRae CollegeShaw University
    Lenoir-Rhyne UniversityWarren Wilson
    Livingston CollegeWingate University
    Louisburg CollegeAll North Carolina Community Colleges

    Wednesday, November 12, is College Application Day at at GMHS. You may see your counselor or Dean of Students on that day for help in applying to college.

    Appalachian State University/ – Academic Scholarships Deadline – November 14, 2008.

    High Point University Open House – November 15,

    Western Carolina University Open House – November 15

    Seniors, be sure to notify Ms. Hawley if you receive a scholarship, academic or athletic, to further your education. Seniors, as you receive academic and athletic scholarships, please bring a copy of the notification letter to Counselor Mrs. Hawley in Student Services so the money offered you can be announced at the May Awards Ceremony and included in the total dollars offered the Class of 2009 and announced at graduation in June. You do not even have to attend the college that offers you the scholarship.

    You must be an active participant in the search for financial assistance. The best place to look for scholarships and financial aid is through the college/university to which you are applying. Check the college/university website for requirements, due dates, and applications for Scholarships and Financial Aid. Also check the website for the particular department to which you are applying within the college/university. Note and meet the deadlines.

    Winter Sports Pledge meeting Monday night

    The mandatory pledge meeting for winter sport athletes and their parents is Monday night, Nov. 3rd, 6:00PM in the main gym. Attendance is required by the NCHSAA to participate in sanctioned events. You must attend and complete your pledge to play for the Trojans!

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    Garner United Methodist Church
    201 Methodist Lane, PO Box 2179
    Garner, NC 27529
    Bob Redmond, Sr. Pastor