Aug 18

Trojan football opens at Clayton

Coach Thurman Leach unveils the 2017 edition of Garner football Friday night at Clayton. The 7PM match up is a non-conference game for the first time since 2004 as the Trojans move to the new 4A South Wake Athletic Conference while the Comets remain in the 3A Greater Neuse River. Coach Leach begins his 5th season at the helm with 44-11 record and 3 conference titles in 4 seasons. The Trojan Sports Network will bring you live play by play beginning at 6:45PM brought to you by Trojan alum Tommy Sims (’86) and All-Star Waste Services!

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Aug 17

Lady Trojans edged by Cleveland

The Lady Trojans drop an epic 5-set match with undefeated Cleveland. The Rams rally after Garner took two set lead by 29-27, 21-25 & 25-20. Cleveland 25-16 win in set four sends the match to a deciding fifth that featured five lead changes and five ties before the Trojans fall 15-13. Shaylynn Hall leads Garner with 15 kills with “The Captain” Sanaa Lanier adds 14 (and six service aces) & Cassidy Hinnant 7 with team-high seven blocks. Regan Adams 29 digs & Madeline Foushee records 44 assists for Garner (1-2) who returns to action at Wake Christian Academy Tuesday, Aug. 22nd

JV Trojans down Cleveland
Coach Wyatt’s JV Trojans win in three sets, 17-25, 25-14 & 15-11. Jay Chenault leads Garner (2-1) with 8 kills and Lauren Carter 10 straight service wins instrumental in the set two win. Mikayla Brumbles has 6 kills and 6 blocks & Jessie Frisby add 21 assists

Tennis scheduled for Thursday was postponed due to the weather.

Meg Hunter State Farm Insurance


Aug 17

Volunteers Needed!


The active support of Trojan Club members is an on-going need.  The Trojan Club board is a small group of volunteers who rely on additional help from parents of students at GMHS. We would love to have your help!  We need volunteers for Concessions, Ticket Sales and Merchandise during football, basketball, baseball and softball seasons as well as other sports from time to time. Events such as Conference Track meets, Wrestling tournaments and Cheerleading competitions.

All money raised through the Trojan Club goes to help the athletic department.  The money is used to purchase uniforms for all teams, clean and replace field lights, maintenance of all fields, cleaning and refurbishing the gym floor, upkeep and purchase of athletic busses, annual scholarships for student – athletes, etc. etc. Every penny goes back into athletics!

If you would like to help but your child is an athlete, consider volunteering for JV if they are on Varsity and vice versa. Or volunteering for another sport that he or she doesn’t play. It is also a great way for students to get community service hours!  We have a great time and it’s for a great cause.

If you are interested in helping, please check the box at the bottom of the membership form stating that you would like to volunteer or email:

Johnsie Johnson  or  Cathy Hall

We will contact you and add you to our volunteer list.  You will receive emails as we need help. You can work as much or as little as you want, it’s your choice.

Thank you for supporting Trojan athletics!

Aug 17

Quiroga four goals in soccer win at Rolesville

Lucas Quiroga scores four goals, Zakary Goodwin, Jason Gonzalez one each in Trojan soccer 6-3 win at Rolesville. Jose Trejo-Zamora, Juan Santana, Andres Vicco, & Ian Fright tally assists for Coach Bondurant’s 1-0-1 Trojans who travel to Wake Forest, Wednesday, August. 23rd

Volleyball falls to Clayton
The Lady Trojans drop non-conference match up against former GNRC foe Clayton. Grace Pulido has 9 kills, Shaylynn Hall and Hansen Adams 4 kills each with Hall and Cassidy Hinnant recording 3 aces each. Regan Adams leads the Trojans with 29 digs. Sydney Jones records 14 assists and Madeline Foushee has 12.

The JV Trojans downed in a narrow 2-1 decision (25-23, 20-25, 15-7). Jay Chenault records 8 kills and 7 blocks for Coach Wyatt’s 1-1 JV Trojans with Abbi Kocher posting 14 digs and two aces, Mikayla Brumbles 4 aces, 6 digs, 5 kills. Garner returns to play Thursday vs Cleveland at home 4:30PM

Aug 16

Lady Trojans win Volleyball opener

Coach Boyette’s Lady Trojans take four set win over S. Johnston to open their season, 29-27, 25-9, 20-25, 25-15. Senior captain Sanaa Lanier records 11 kills with 10 digs, Grace Pulido 9 kills (with 4 aces) & 11 digs. Shaylynn Hall has 6 kills, 5 blocks  & Hansen Adams 7 kills for the good guys. Regan Adams records 37 digs in her stellar play, Junior Cassidy Hinnant posts 4 service wins & 7 digs, and Madeline Foushee contributes 6 straight service wins ices the second set win.

JV Volleyball opens with two-set sweep over S.Johnston, 25-21, 25-23. Coach Wyatt opens with a win in her JV Trojan debut. Meghan Eckel contributes 5 kills and 5 blocks for the 1-0 Trojans. Jay Chenault has 5 kills and 4 blocks & Kayla Hinnant has 9 service winners and 4 digs for the JV Trojans who return to action Wednesday vs Clayton.

Soccer ties Enloe in their opener
Juan Santana has two goals and assists on both goals by Lucas Quiroga in Garner Trojans soccer 4-4 tie to Enloe opening their 2017 season. Diego Quiroga adds an assist for Coach Bondurant’s Garner squad who travel to Rolesville Wednesday

Lady Trojan tennis drops their opener 7-2 to Rolesville

Aug 07

Fall Sports schedules and rosters

The 2017-’18 Trojan athletic year is underway with tryouts for Fall sports beginning July 31st. As team rosters are settled, we will add to their team page. Schedules are posted and any changes due to weather, etc will be made promptly:

Aug 07

Upcoming Reunions in 2017

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

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

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

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 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

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

Aug 04

Coach Leach to lead 2018 East All-Stars

Garner Trojans Head Coach Thurman Leach selected to lead the 2018 East team in the NC Coaches Association All-Star Game. Coach Leach, 44-11 at the helm of the Trojans, was 2011 Assistant Coach selection, has led the Trojans to the 3rd round of the NCHSAA playoffs 3 of his four seasons with three GNRC titles. Garner has produced 30 collegiate players since Coach Leach assume the helm in 2013.

Jul 30

Nunley earns three National titles at 2017 Junior Olympics

Garner Trojans freshman Alex Nunley wins each of his events at the 2017 USATF Junior Olympics in Lawrence, KS. Nunley, the top ranked sprinter in his 13-14 age group, take the 200m hurdles in 24.73, 100m dash in 11.23 & 100m hurdles with time of 12.94 (tieing a 26-year-old national and meet record in the 13-14 boys). Our Trojan entered the prestigious event as the National Record Holder in the 100m hurdles, set at his Region 3 qualifier July 9th.  Alex is also the reigning 13-14 boys 2017 Hershey Youth National Indoor Champion in the 55m dash, 55m hurdles, and National Record Holder in the 55m and 55h.  Well done, Mr. Nunley!!

Jul 23

Ross betters her school record at Russell Blunt Invite

Sophomore Jonah Ross (’20) sets new school record 11.70 in the 100m at the Russell Blunt East Coast Invitational. Randolph Ross (’19) runs 50.50 to win the 400m Dash at the prestigious event. Jonah betters her school mark of 11.97 set at the 2017 NCHSAA Mideast Regional. She won the 200m with 23.94 new school record time at the event. RJ Terry (’18) runs 21.88 in the 200m finals good for 4th at the prestigious event at Durham County Stadium. Simeon Franklin runs 53.25 in the 400m.

New Athletic Participation-Physical-Concussion Form
From Coach G, we have added the 2017-’18 Wake County Athletic Participation form required to be completed by student-athletes before participation in tryouts or events.

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