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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.


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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