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Trish Buckley Volleyball Tournament:

The Trish Buckley Volleyball tournament has been running across Friday evenings during Weeks 1 and 2 this term. This year GCC have six teams taking part in the junior and intermediate competition. There is one more Friday remaining which will consist of finals, taking place on Friday 18 May. These games have been extremely competitive with some brilliant volleyball skills on display. Congratulations to the year 7 boys who have not lost a game. We wish all teams well in the final week of this tournament.

Year 7 Boys
GCC Defeated Caloundra1; 2-0
GCC Defeated Burnside; 2-0
GCC Defeated Caloundra2; 2-0

Year 7 Girls
GCC Draw with Caloundra; 1-1
GCC Defeated Burnside; 2-0
GCC Defeated Caloundra2; 2-0
GCC Draw with Burnside; 1-1

  

Year 8 Boys
GCC Lost to Caloundra; 0-2
GCC Lost to Mt Creek; 0-2
GCC Draw with Burnside; 1-1
GCC Lost to Caloundra; 0-2

Year 8 Girls
GCC Lost to Burnside; 0-2
GCC Defeated Mt Creek1; 2-0.
GCC Lost to Caloundra; 0-2
GCC Defeated Mt Creek2; 2-0.

Year 9 Boys
GCC Lost to Meridan; 0-2
GCC Lost to Matthew Flinders; 0-2
GCC Draw with Caloundra; 1-1
GCC Defeated Mt Creek; 2-0

Year 9 Girls
GCC Defeated Meridan; 2-0
GCC Defeated SC Grammar 2-0
GCC Defeated Mt Creek; 2-0
GCC Draw with Matthew Flinders; 1-1

  

Senior SCISSA Volleyball

Round 1 of the Senior Volleyball competition got away to a perfect start in Week 3 with all four GCC teams winning their games.

Senior Girls A
GCC Defeated Pacific LC 2-0. Best players Sophie Trevan & Marnie Croft.
GCC Defeated Good Shepherd LC 2-0.

Senior Boys A
GCC Defeated Pacific LC 2-0. Best player Harry Fullerton.

Senior Girls B
GCC Defeated Immanuel LC 2-1. Best player Bek Atkins

Senior Boys B
GCC Defeated St Andrews AC 2-0. Best player Shea O’Keeffe

SCISSA Rugby 7s Competition

GCC’s intermediate boys Rugby 7s team played in their first round of competition in Week 3 this term at our home ground (Beerwah Bulldogs). GCC coach Mr Carolissen said that the GCC team played extremely well in their win Vs Immanuel LC and he was really pleased with their performance.

Results
GCC Vs Nambour CC – NCC forfeit.
GCC Defeated Immanuel LC. Best player Brodie Marshall.

Sunshine Coast Netball Competition

GCC Junior Girls Volleyball team is doing very well this term winning the majority of their games. The senior and intermediate girls found the going tough this week with games against quality opposition that normally compete in the division above our girls.

Results from Monday 30 April.
Senior Girls (GCC Eagles) Lost to Kawana State 7-49. Best player Cody Rechberger.
Intermediate Girls (GCC Hawks) Lost to Immanuel LC 6-46. Best player Maddie Chidgey.
Junior Girls (GCC Falcons) Defeated St Johns 16-6. Best player Sarah Wirth.

GCC Secondary Cross Country

Secondary sports

This year’s Secondary GCC Cross-Country Carnival was a great day with no rain and lots of sunshine! The heat started to increase throughout the day which made hydration and seeking shade an important part of the day for our runners and officials.

Amongst participants this year, we have a group of talented runners that through training and determination managed to finish their races within the first six placings. The majority of these runners will have the opportunity to compete at the District and Regional cross-country competitions.

Congratulations to Ararat who this year managed to win the Middle School Cross Country and to Sinai who took out the Senior School Competition. Congratulations also to Ararat who finished in front overall from Year 3 to Year 12. There was only one point separating Sinai and Zion from second and third place!

Well done to the following Secondary place getters.

Boys Girls
12s

1st – Jaymes Roser

2nd – Tristan Hazelden

3rd – Ryan Hall

12s

1st – Olivia McKenzie

2nd – Meg Jarvis

3rd – Amber Hurst

13s

1st– Noah Moss

2nd– Bryce Sambrook

3rd– Daniel Coumi

13s

1st– Lilli-Jean Cruise

2nd– Chelsea Breen

3rd– Lainey Grieve

14s

1st– Jack James

2nd– Patrick Mackie

3rd– Liam Hallink

14s

1st– Cassidy Ferris

2nd– Gracie Cianta

3rd– Molly McCaughey

15s

1st– Jacob Barbeler

2nd– Jacob Broderick

3rd– Declan Martin

15s

1st– Amity Roser

2nd– Georgia Breen

3rd– Madeleine Roulston

16s

1st– Dominic Ruhle

2nd– Bakani Kombanie

3rd–  Patrick McKenzie

16s

1st– Holley Lubcke

2nd– Chloe Dunford

3rd– Sheyana Brough

Opens

1st– Thomas Holley

2nd– Christian Jensen

3rd– Aaron Lerch

Opens

1st– Savannah Malan

2nd– Keeley Thomas

3rd– Claire Cornel

Final house points for Middle School:

1st – Ararat 2nd – Zion 3rd – Sinai
155 136 126

 Final house points for Senior School:

1st – Sinai 2nd – Zion 3rd – Ararat
111 109 73

 Overall Winners:

1st – Ararat 2nd – Sinai 3rd – Zion
404 396 395

 

Matthew Beattie, Head of Sport and HPE

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