Sep 21

Trojans at Rolesville Friday for final non-conference game

After four close losses, Coach Leach’s Trojans head to Rolesville Friday night, Sept. 22nd to complete their non-conference slate for this season. Garner enters the match-up unranked for the first time since Oct, 11, 2013 ending a stretch of 46 consecutive appearances in the area polls (94 of last 96.) Listen live to the Trojan Sports Network beginning 6PM when Drew Blevins & Larry Beck (’83) bring you the Chick-Fil-A Pregame Show prior to the 7PM kickoff. Garner football is brought to you weekly by The Tommy Sims (’86) Family and All-Star Waste Services

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Sep 19

Volleyball edged by Fuquay

Shaylynn Hall, Sanaa Lanier record 10 kills each, Grace Pulido 9 in Garner Trojans volleyball 4-set loss to Fuquay in SWAC action. Regan Adams has 4 service aces & Madeline Foushee leads the Lady Trojans with 36 assists. They continue conference play vs Apex Friendship Thursday night.

Sep 19

2018 Trojan Hall of Fame class inductees

The Garner Trojan Club and Garner Magnet High School announce the selection of the 8th Hall of Fame Class: Former Coach and Athletic Director Nelson Smith, Two-time State Champion Cheer Coach Helen Sommerville Stephens (’80), Professional football player Anthony Blaylock (’84) & Two-time National Champion soccer star Kasey Monroe Monaghan (’92). The 2018 class will be introduced at the home football game Oct. 27th and inducted in ceremonies May 3, 2018 at the Grand Marquise Ballroom in Garner. Congratulations to our Class of 2018 inductees!

Sep 18

Ward medalist in SWAC Golf

Garner Trojans golfer Kayla Ward 37 ties for medalist in SWAC Match. Coach Barnes Lady Trojans host the conference in rescheduled match at River Ridge Sept. 26th

Trojan soccer battles to 1-1 tie vs W.Johnston. Juan Santana goal off the Jose Trejo-Zamora assist for the Trojans who travel to Middle Creek Wednesday night

Terrific pics by Johnny Johnson (’70) https://johnnyjohnson.smugmug.com/Sports-2017-High-School/Garner-Vs-West-Johnston-Soccer/GArner-vs-West-Johnston-Soccer/

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Sep 15

Garner falls to Leesville

Garner drives to the Pride 5 yard line but fail to score in 28-21 non-conference loss. The Trojans first loss to Leesville in 7 games after suffering more than 200 yards of penalties. Jaydin Dixon rushes for 104 yards and TD to narrow the 28-14 early second half deficit to one score despite more penalty yards than offense. Garner (1-4) defense is stout again, holding the Pride to net 51 yards total offense but 3 big plays (TD passes of 69 & 49 yards & 47 yard fumble return score) doom the Trojans in the home loss. Marque Maultsby scores first on the 3rd play of the game when his pick six return 47 yards. His second interception return for score this season. Nolan McLean throws for 184 yards and 25-yard TD to Ahkee Vaughn. Justin Lewis tallies 5 catches for 108 yards. The game lasted more than 3 hours after a combined 34 flags thrown by the officiating crew. After penalty yard deduction, the Trojans hold the Pride to net 51 total offense. Daiveon Carrington records 8 stops (3TFL), fumble recovery and interception to lead the defense, with NaDarius Thompson 8 tackles & sack (3TFL) & Donovan Brown recording two sacks, Keaton Cooley, Shymik Smith, & Malik Stephens one sack each. Garner sacks the Leesville QB 5 times with 5 hurries, holding the opponent to 8-of-26 passing. Garner heads to Rolesville next Friday.

GARNER LVR
Rushes-Yards 31-141 17-10
Comp-Att-Yards 17-34-184 8-26-161
Penalties-Yards 19-225 15-120
Leesville 3 11 7 7 28
GARNER 7 0 7 7 21

RUSHING: Jaydin Dixon 11-104 yards, TD; Donovan Evans 3-17; Josh Wilson 7-8; Prestige Bellamy 3-9; Nolan McLean 6-1; Marcus Davis 1-2 yards
PASSING: Nolan McLean 17-34-184 yards, TD
RECEIVING: Justin Lewis 5-108 yards; Ahkee Vaughn 1-25, TD; Jaydin Dixon 3-22 yards; Evans 3-17; Spencer Stephenson 1-(-2)
DEFENSE: Daiveon Carrington 8 tackles, fumble recovery and interception; NaDarius Thompson 8 tackles, sack; Marque Maultsby interception, TD; Donovan Brown recording two sacks, Keaton Cooley, Shymik Smith, & Malik Stephens one sack
Trojan Sports Network archived broadcast: http://nhsbn.ezstream.com/play/index.cfm?ptype=sl&id=4D1E33D9B6

Sep 14

JV Trojans roll to 28-0 win at Leesville

Coach Lee’s JV Trojans strike off the opening kickoff when Kwalique Foster rumbles 76 yard for touchdown in Garner 28-0 road non-conference win. DJ Alston 10th TD of the season makes it 14-0 before the JV Pride record a positive yard on offense. Aundre Henry 8 yard TD run gives the good guys 21-0 lead at halftime that saw the Trojan defense hold Leesville to just 8 net yards of offense in the half. Daveon Dunn 1-yard plunge completes the scoring. JV team wins their 46th in last 47 games. Dunn efficient 7-0f-9 night included 5 targets to Tom Horton for 98 yards. Trojan defense records 5 sacks and 11 tackles for loss, allowing just 71 yards total offense to the JV Pride led by Andrew Vines & Josh Nickolich with 8 stops each. Vines punt block sets up the Alston TD and his pressure most of the night holds Leesville to just 4 of 23 passing. Eli Bondurant nails each of his four PATs to Garner (4-0) who complete their non-conference schedule vs Rolesville next Thursday

GARNER Leesville
Rushes-Yards 22-119 16-45
Comp-Att-Yards 7-9-114 4-23-26
GARNER 21 0 7 0 28
Leesville 0 0 0 0 0

RUSHING: DJ Alston 8-40 yards, TD; Aundre Henry 6-22, TD; Daveon Dunn 2-22 yards, TD; Tajie McCullough 2-21 yards, Andrew Vines 1-7; Kwalique Foster 2-7 yards
PASSING: Dunn 7-9-114 yards
RECEIVING: Tom Horton 5-98 yards; Vines 1-9; Henry 1-7
DEFENSE: Andrew Vines 8 tackles, 2 sacks, punt block, QB hurry; Josh Nikolich 7 tackles, sack, 2QBH; Jamal Pope sack; Andrew Ellefson sack; Tajie McCullough sack;

Sep 13

Upcoming Reunions in 2017

Garner Class of 1972 Reunion Sept. 23rd at Garner Country Club.

GSHS Class of 1977 40th Reunion is scheduled for Sept. 30th at Gregory Vineyards 5PM. Register by July 31st by contacting gshsclassof1977@hotmail.com

GSHS Class of 1982 will hold their 35th reunion Oct 13-14th. The Class will attend the Homecoming Game and reunion festivities at loyal Trojan Club supporter Aversboro Restaurant Saturday night. Registration form and info on their website or contact Dr. Lisa Gardner Bullard at lisa_bullard@ncsu.edu

Garner Class of 2012 is planning their 5th year reunion for the weekend of Oct. 13th and seeks Garner venues, restaurants, food vendors for tailgating on Friday night and dinner on Saturday evening. Contact President Zac Wilson at wilsozt@gmail.com if your business can provide them service.

Garner Class of 1987 reunion at the NC State Faculty Club October 28th. RSVP by Sept. 1st, online registration/payment options on their website

Garner Class of 1967 had their 50th Reunion Aug. 12th at University Club

We are continuing to search for info additional classes and will add here when determined.

Sep 12

Perkinson stop forces tie at WJ; Volleyball sweeps M.Creek

Junior goalie Lane Perkinson stops penalty shot for Garner Trojans soccer to preserve 0-0 tie at W.Johnston

Volleyball sweeps at Middle Creek in three sets to open their SWAC schedule. Garner improves to 9-4 on the season. Captain Sanaa Lanier has 16 kills, Regan Adams records 26 digs, Madeline Foushee 26 assists in sweep. The Lady Trojans travel to Millbrook Wednesday, beginning with 4:30 JV match.

S1 S2 S3 Wins
Garner Magnet 25 25 25 3
Middle Creek 17 22 21 0

Due to weather and other issues, home Tennis scheduled for Monday versus Apex Friendship has been postponed until Thursday, September 14th. Lady Trojan golf home match scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed to Tuesday, September 26th.

Sep 08

Trojans fall to New Hanover 41-38

Garner drops their home matchup to #6-ranked New Hanover 41-38. The non-conference loss in the first ever meeting with the Wildcats goes to the final 36 seconds when the Trojans fail to convert on 4th & 11 at the 36. Jaydin Dixon gets the good guys on the board just 40 seconds in when he bolts 53 yards for touchdown. Jon-Anthony Johnson 19 yard TD catch from Nolan McLean puts Garner up 14-0 halfway through the opening frame. After Malik Stephens interception, McLean hooks up with Donovan Evans for 45-yard strike & 20-7 lead for the home team at the end of the 1st. Spencer Stephenson 26-yard TD catch on McLean’s 3rd TD throw gives Garner up 26-17 halftime margin. Justin Lewis 30-yard TD catch from McLean who later scores on his own 1-yard dive puts Garner up 38-30 with 7 minutes to go. New Hanover (4-0) knots it with kick return TD on the ensuring possession. The Wildcats win it with 32-yard FG with 2:21 left. McLean finishes with 259 yards and 4 TD passes, most yards since 2013 for the program. Dixon becomes the Trojans first 100 yard rusher this season, finishing with 113. Garner heads to Leesville to complete their non-conference slate next Friday.

Great pictures from Johnny Johnson (’70) https://johnnyjohnson.smugmug.com/Sports-2017-High-School

The Trojans enjoyed having WNCN Blitz at S.Garner tonight to join our terrific Garner Blue Crew for Friday Night Lights!

GARNER NH
Rushes-Yards 37-186 21-189
Comp-Att-Yards 17-31-259 19-33-192
New Hanover 7 10 7 17 41
GARNER 20 6 6 6 38

PASSING: Nolan McLean 17-31-259 yards, 4TDs
RUSHING: Jaydin Dixon 10-113 yards, TD; McLean 8-13, TD; Donovan Evans 6-25; Prestige Bellamy 5-19; Marcus Davis 4-17; Joshua Wilson 4-(-1)
RECEIVING: Evans 5-90 yards, TD; Justin Lewis 4-62, TD; Jon-Anthony Johnson 2-18, TD; Spencer Stephenson 2-29, TD; Ralph Vieux 3-60 yards
DEFENSE: Laytavion Haywood 9 tackles, 2 sacks, 3TFL; NaDarius Thompson 8 tackles, 2 sacks; Marcus Davis 8 tackles, 2 sacks, Malik Stephens INT, Jaydin Dixon sack & INT; Collin Finney sack,
Trojan Sports Network archive broadcast

Sep 07

JV Trojans rally for the win at New Hanover

Daveon Dunn hits Darius Boone for 36-yard TD at 1:24 left for the Garner JV football win at New Hanover 28-26. Dunn pass to Tom Horton one play earlier completes a miraculous conversion that saw Garner (3-0) with 3rd & 37 on their own 13, trailing 26-22 in the JV Wildcats home opener. After Dunn hits Boone for a pinpoint reception for 30 yards at the 40, Dunn gives the JV Trojans new life with 24 yarder to Horton on 4th down. Derrick Alston got the good guys on the board in the 2nd quarter with 57-yard TD run, his 9th of the season. Dunn’s 9-yard scoring strike to Horton with just 26 seconds left ties the game at halftime 14-14 after Alston’s 2-point run. Dunn hit Boone for 53-yard catch-n-run at 8:19 of 3rd & another Alston 2-pt run for 22-14 Garner JV lead before the JV Wildcats roar back, aided by two ill-time, but questionable defensive penalties (JV Trojans called for 8 flags for 105 yards vs two against NH). Garner lost most of the 50-50 calls all night, including 3 offensive calls in their game-winning drive before Dunn-Boone-Horton heroics. New Hanover last gasp series is thwarted by Josh Grimmett intense pass rush, sacks by Andrew Vines and Aundre Henry with just five ticks left to keep Garner unbeaten. Alston leads the rushing attack with 159 yards to bring his season total to 578 in 3 games.

GARNER NH
Rushes-Yards 36-185 13-66
Comp-Att-Yards 9-11-190 17-31-283
GARNER 0 14 8 6 28
New Hanover 0 14 0 12 26

RUSHING: DJ Alston 159 yards, TD; Aundre Henry 6-40; Tajie McCullough 1-2; Daveon Dunn 3-(-16)
PASSING: Daveon Dunn 9-11-190 yards, 3TDs
RECEIVING: Darius Boone 3-119 yards, 2TDs; Tom Horton 5-63 yards, TD; Andrew Vines 1-8 yards
DEFENSIVE: Josh Grimmett 5 tackles/2 sacks/2 QB hurries; Andrew Vines 5 tackles/2 sacks/fumble recovery/QBH; Boone 3 tackles/sack/pass defense/QBH; Kevon Holdman-sack; Henry-sack

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