Secondary Sports Wrap Term 4, Weeks 1 to 4

Sunshine Coast Basketball – GCC Eagles Basketball Report 2018:

Thank you GCC for your support with basketball in 2018.

Sunshine Coast school basketball competes on Friday nights during Term 3 and the beginning of Term 4. There were 180 teams across Sunshine Coast secondary schools participating.

With seven GCC teams competing on Friday nights in Term 3, it has been very hard to juggle training times and use of space. With the addition of the new undercover area on the oval, I am sure this will allow for fewer basketballs flying around before, during and after school in the old undercover area.

My approach this year was to develop a “club first” and “club feel” attitude. We began training towards the end of Term 2 on Monday afternoons and Tuesday mornings. These trainings continued right through Term 3 and into Term 4. There were some training sessions where I had 30 players attending. With the assistance of Mr Phil Andrews and Mr Mark James, we worked on a lot of individual offensive and defensive skills.

Overall, 51 students played basketball for the mighty GCC Eagles. With such rapid growth in basketball at GCC, I would expect there may be more afternoons and mornings in Term 3 next year taken up with training.

Places for 2018

Intermediate C Boys- 1st place- Grand Final winners v Nambour Christian College
Junior D Boys- 2nd place- Lost in Grand Final v Mountain Creek High School
Junior B-Boys- 8th place
Junior B Girls- 5th place
Intermediate C Girls- 2nd place- lost semi-final to Sunshine Coast Grammar
Senior C Girls- 10th place
Senior C Boys- 6th place

Click on the link below to watch the Intermediate Boys dying minutes

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rZnHo_MQWzlZWUzeyag-nZzlJPCXvoce

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A_FNINScHbaYAv0E3XQFIHOGMnBdwUeJ/view?usp=sharing

Russell Modlin

 

King and Queen of the Mountain

The winning house was Sinai who had the largest participation of the houses. Second was Zion who had the fastest Male and Female runners. Third place was Ararat.

Again, congratulations to Dom Ruhle in Year 10 for taking out the King of the Mountain 2018 and to Holly Lubcke in Year 11 for being Queen of the Mountain 2018. Congratulations for both breaking the record from last year.

Finally congratulations to Sinai – great participation and hence becoming the winning house for 2018.

Sports Awards evening

This year’s sports awards was a fantastic celebration of GCCs accomplishments this year across both team and individual disciplines. Olympic Gold Medallist Steven Bradbury attended the evening and gave his amazing story of passion and persistence in the lead up to achieving gold in what is one of the most memorable in the history of sport.

Congratulations to all of our award winners this year. All the photos are here.

SECONDARY SCISSA TOUCH FOOTBALL MVP

Yr 7 Girls – Lilli-Jean Cruise Yr 7 Boy – Kade Morgan
Yr 8 Girls – Hayley Dellaway Yr 8 Boy – Daemon Cruise
Yr 9 Girl – Cassidy Ferris Yr 9 Boy – Riley McMillan
Yr 10 Girl –  Sophie Trevan

 

Yr 10 Boy – Damian Tomokino

 Senior Boys – Harry Fullerton

 

SECONDARY SCISSA SOCCER MVP

Senior – Harry Fullerton  

 

SECONDARY SCISSA VOLLEYBALL MVP

Yr 7 Girls – Nicole Morris Yr 7 Boys – Bryce Sambrook
Yr 8 Girls – Olivia Ellis Yr 8 Boys – Mason White
Yr 9 Girls – Adele Souter Yr 9 Boys – Riley McMillan
Yr 10 Girls – Steffini Twidale Yr 10 Boys – Aiden McKellar
Senior Girls – Brooke Hughes Senior Boys – Reece Dahm

 

 SECONDARY BASKETBALL MVP

 Junior Girls – Liezle Avila Junior Boys Maroon – Jacob Gledhill
Intermediate Girls – Zara Boxsell Junior Boys Green – Daemon Cruise
Senior Girls – Holly Lubcke Intermediate Boys -Dominic Ruhle

Senior Boys – Henry Montgomery

 

SECONDARY NETBALL MVP

Junior Girls – Sarah Wirth Senior Girls – Eloise Grigor
Intermediate Girls – Madeline Chidgey  

 

SECONDARY RUGBY 7’S MVP

Nash Davis  

 

SPORTS DEDICATION AWARD

Madeline Roulston  

 

 Swimming Age Champions

12 Year Girls Indiah Loveday
12 Year Boys Joshua Moore
13 Year Girls Ella Childs
13 Year Boys Alexander Chidgey
14 Year Girls Caitlin Moore
14 Year Boys Joshua Collins
15 Year Girls Lara James
15 Year Boys Aiden McKellar
16 Year Girls Chloe Dunford
16 Year Boys Patrick McKenzie
Open Girls Stephanie Ferris
Open Boys Aaron Lerch

 

Cross Country Age Champions

12 Year Girls Olivia McKenzie
12 Year Boys Jaymes Roser
13 Year Girls Lilli-Jean Cruise
13 Year Boys Noah Moss
14 Year Girls Cassidy Ferris
14 Year Boys Jack James
15 Year Girls Amity Roser
15 Year Boys Jacob Barbeler
16 Year Girls Holley Lubke
16 Year Boys Dominic Ruhle
Open Girls Savanah Malan
Open Boys Thomas Holley

 

Athletics Age Champions

12 Year Girls Nicole Morris
12 Year Boys Jaiden Ward, Jayme Roser
13 Year Girls Lainey Grieve
13 Year Boys Daniel Coumi
14 Year Girls Cassidy Ferris
14 Year Boys Liam Brown
15 Year Girls Willow Hildreth
15 Year Boys Declan Martin
16 Year Girls Sophie Trevan
16 Year Boys Bakani Kombanie
Open Girls Keeley Thomas
Open Boys Harry Fullerton

 

Secondary Bronze Award Recipients

Chelsea Breen Mac King

 

Zara Boxsell Joshua McKellar

 

Jorden Drews Daemon Cruise

 

Steffini Twidale Jaiden Ward

 

Hayley Dellaway Daniel Coumi

 

Jorja Goddard Christian Jensen

 

Isabel Holley Shae O’Keeffe

 

Adele Souter Ethan Palmer

 

Nicole Theunissen Jacob Broderick

 

Amy Trevan Bakani Kombanie

 

Adelie Tomokino Harry Fullerton

 

Renea Stephens                     Kiara Sauer       

                   

Laurence Souter Reuben Tidy

 

Lincoln McKenzie Brooke Hughes       

          

Rebekah Atkins                         Connor Keith

 

Adelie Tomokino                   Liam Brown

 

Mitchel Tidy Noah Moss

 

Liam Hallink  

 

 

Secondary Silver Award Recipients

Lili-Jean Cruise Declan Martin

 

Caitlin Moore Damian Tomokino

 

Tiana Sambrook Riley McMillan

 

Amity Roser

 

Dominic Ruhle

 

Willow Hildreth Thomas Bound

 

Madeline Roulston Patrick Mackie

 

  Bryce Sambrook

 

 

Secondary Gold Award Recipients

Olivia Mckenzie Josh Moore
Cassidy Ferris Jaymes Roser
Chloe Dunford Joshua Collins
Sophie Trevan Aiden McKellar
Nicole Morris

Lainey Grieve

Patrick McKenzie

 

JD Theron

Tiana Sambrook  

 

Secondary Sports Person of the Year Awards

Middle School Sports Woman Of The Year Olivia McKenzie
Middle School Sports Man Of The Year Jaymes Roser
Senior School Sports Woman Of the Year Chloe Dunford
Senior School Sports Man Of The Year Aiden McKellar


SCISSA Soccer

Given our recent heavy rainfall, SCISSA soccer has been slow to start. Going into round 3 only the Junior Boys B team have been able to take the field for a game. Unfortunately, this was a loss to Matthew Flinders Anglican College. There were some positive signs in round 4 with a win and two draws in games Vs ILC and St Andrews AC. In the Intermediate boys match this week the boys got off to a slow start before Jacob Barbeler and Bakani Kombanie took control in the midfield. Declan Martin was all class up front with a hat trick of goals and GCC ran out comfortable winners 3-1. The Intermediate girls seemed to control the game from the start and had a multitude of shots on goal with one attempt actually rebounding off the crossbar. They were unlucky to draw this one 0-0.

Round 1: Rained out
Round 2: Rained out

Round 3:
Junior Boys A defeated Pacific LC 2-1. Best player Stephen Humphries.
Junior Boys B Lost to Matthew Flinders AC 0-5. Best player Lachlan McGilvray
Intermediate Girls A defeated Matthew Flinders AC 2-1. Best Sophie Trevan and Molly McCaughey.

Round 4:
Junior Boys A  Lost to Suncoast CC 1-10. Best Daemon Cruise.
Junior Boys B Draw with St Andrews AC 1-1. Best Ryan Trevisan.
Intermediate Girls A Draw with St Andrews AC 0-0. Best Cassidy Ferris and Nicole Morris.


Matthew Beattie, Head of Sport and HPE

 

 

 

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