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The 2016 Girl's Soccer season is currently on hold as we conduct a search for a coach.  The qualified candidate should be able to lead training sessions as well as coach matches with experience and knowledge of the game.  In addition to those qualities the right individual should be able to support and encourage the principles set forth by the GCAA organization.  Details of the position can be further discussed in an interview setting.

If interested please contact GCAA as soon as possible.

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 The 2014 Boys soccer season was a great success once again - finishing 14-5-2 on the year.


The Varsity squad finished second in the state, losing to Northeast Wake 1-0 in the final.  Along the way they had many accomplishments and established several records, individually and as a team.

Career goals scored - Brian Stepanek - 62

Career assists - Brian Stepanek - 23

Career shutouts - Ike Easterbrook - 19

Career goals against average - Tyler Eagle - 0.00  (minimum 3 games)

Career games played - Christian Frey - 118  (every GCAA varsity game to date)


Team goals allowed in a season - 16

Team record over .500 in history


2014 NCHEAC All-Conference Selections

Brian Stepanek - Conference MVP

Ike Easterbrook

Joey Desloge

Alan Frank

Joel Levinson

Landon Mitchell

Peter Williams - Coach


The Middle School / JV squad was equally successful in the second year of play.  With no conference to play in - the team played against several schools in the local area - amassing an overall 9-4-2 record.  Tyler Eagan led the team in scoring for consecutive seasons, 16 goals with 7 assists in 2014.  The team did not have a goalkeeper and still outscored opponents 56-14 over the season, taking the overall record over .500 in only the second season.


Congratulations to both teams on thier successful campaigns.

We are looking forward to a strong return next year for both programs.


Boys Soccer Director / Varsity & Middle School Assistant – Coach John Frey

Coach Frey began his soccer playing days in the dark ages, long before it was even known as soccer. After playing for state championship teams and very competitive club teams in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, he walked on to the UNCC team in 1985. He played three seasons at UNC-Charlotte, finally retiring from the team after repeated knee injuries. The injuries did not impact his passion for the beautiful game as he turned his attention to officiating. He progressed to a national referee in both the USSF and NISOA. Retiring once again he turned his attention to coaching. GCAA is the primary expression of God working through coach Frey to reach young men and allow them to learn the game and the joys of playing it. Coach Frey continues to play, referee and assess at various levels of soccer in the region.


Boys Varsity – Coach Peter Williams

Coach Williams has been part of the Stallions organization since 2010, spending three years as the assistant coach before taking over as head coach for the 2013 season. Coach Williams has played organized soccer since he was five and has been playing pick-up games with his older brother since he could walk (the games still continue). He played high school soccer at First Assembly Christian School in Concord, N.C., and he played club for North Meck Soccer Club during Junior High and High School. Peter played four years of college soccer at Grove City College in Grove City, PA. During his time at Grove City he started at right wing all four years and was elected captain his senior year. Since graduating college in 2005 he has continued playing soccer in Charlotte area adult indoor and outdoor leagues. Peter is the vice-president of Concord Tank Corporation. He lives in the university area of Charlotte along with his wife (Katie) and kids (Keane & Adele). In addition to playing, watching, and coaching soccer he enjoys reading and traveling with his family. His wife Katie is also a soccer coach and ex-college soccer player.


Boys Middle School – Coach Zach Bailey

Coach Bailey is the newest coach to join the GCAA soccer program.  As an alumni of the program Zach brings the experience full circle.  Zach, a 4 year letterman for GCAA, amassed 7 goals and 8 assists from a primarily defensive position during his 82 game career and served as captain during his senior year.  He was a starter on the 2013 State Championship team and also participated in 3 NCHEAC state finals.  He is looking forward to continuing his journey of glorifying God through soccer with GCAA.   Coach Bailey continues to play soccer locally in the Harrisburg area.


Girls Varsity - TBD

The girls squad is temporarily on hold until a dedicated coach/director is found.  The right person for the position(s) should be possess leadership qualities for both on the field and off that woiuld glorify our God.  Contact GCAA if you are interested in filling this position or have interest in learning more.

Mission Statement

The purpose of the Greater Cabarrus Athletic Association (GCAA) is to provide the home schooled student athletic opportunities within an environment that is both Christian and competitive. We desire to nurture the character of the young men and women entrusted to our program that will allow them to be successful in all future endeavors.

Greater Cabarrus Athletic Association is a non-profit, 501(C)3 organization that relies entirely on the membership of each family and the donations of gracious people outside the GCAA family. GCAA is a member of the larger North Carolina Home Educators Athletic Conference(NCHEAC) and Mid-State Athletic Conference.

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