SCISSA Touch Football – Round 3: We have had pleasing results over the last three rounds with GCC teams winning all games convincingly with the exception of one. It has been great to see our players really enjoying themselves on the field and subbing regularly to ensure we have fresh legs on the field at all times. Photo right.
Junior Boys defeated St Andrews 16-1. Best player: Ethan Palmer. Photo left.
Intermediate Boys (Year 10) defeated St Andrews 5-1. Best player: Ronan Martin. Photos below.
Intermediate Boys (Year 9) defeated Nambour Christian College 9-6. Best players: Bailey O’Brien and Aiden McKellar.
Open Boys defeated Pacific Lutheran 10-7. Best players: Shae O’Keeffe and Callum Marshall.
Junior Girls (Year 8) draw with Sunshine Coast Grammar School 4-4. Best player: Anaya White.
Junior Girls (Year 7) defeated St Andrews 11-2. Best player: Indiana Gosbell-Smith.
Intermediate Girls defeated Pacific Lutheran. Forfeit.
Open Girls lost to Matthew Flinders 2-7. Best player Georgia Chapman. Photos below.
Junior Boys B
GCC defeated Matthew Flinders Anglican College 2-1. Best player: Tate Doneathy.
Inter Boys A
GCC defeated St Andrew’s Anglican College 6-5. Best players: Reece Dahm and Ronan Martin.
Inter Boys B
GCC lost to Matthew Flinders Anglican College 3-9. Best player: Brodie Marshall.
Open Boys A
GCC defeated Nambour Christian College 18-5. Best players: Harry Fullerton, Callum Marshall and Percy Morris.
Junior Girls A
GCC defeated St Andrew’s Anglican College 4-2. Best player: Ellie Thompson.
Junior Girls B
GCC Defeated St Andrew’s Anglican College 7-3. Best player: Gracie Ciantar.
Inter Girls A
GCC Lost to Good Shepherd Lutheran College 1-5. Best player: Sophie Trevan.
Open Girls B
GCC defeated Suncoast 6-2. Best player: Tara Fissendon.
Junior Boys B
GCC defeated Sunshine Coast Grammar School 5-3. Best player: Tate Doneathy.
Inter Boys B
GCC draw with St Andrew’s Anglican College 3-3. Best player: Bayley O’Brien.
Open Boys A
GCC lost to St Andrew’s Anglican College 4-12. Best player: Lachlan Peel.
Junior Girls A (8)
GCC defeated Immanuel Lutheran College 4-2. Best Player: Amy Trevan.
Junior Girls B (7)
GCC defeated Matthew Flinders Anglican College 14-0. Best player: Kiara Newsome.
Intermediate Girls A
GCC lost to Immanuel Lutheran College 0-12. Best player: Isabella Scheiwe.
Inter Boys A and Open Girls games have been rescheduled to Tuesday, Week 6.
Netball – Vicki Wilson Cup
On Thursday 3 August, the GCC Eagles, Hawks and Falcons played in the Vicki Wilson Netball Competition at Maroochydore on Fishermans Road. This event is a very elite and highly talented competition, especially in the Sunshine Coast region. This is the first year that we’ve had three teams enter the comp! We were excited to be heading to our third year in this competition, as the girls know that it is a huge learning experience that always benefits their skills.
The Senior Eagles won half of their games on the day, the Senior Hawks, unfortunately, didn’t manage a win, but the Junior Falcons ended up with one victory for the day!
Most of the girls exhibited exceptional behaviour and fantastic sportsmanship throughout the whole carnival. Well-done girls and a huge thank you to Deb Gisler and Heidi Dart for your help coaching our teams on the day.
All Schools’ Basketball
Lost to Siena by 10 points
Lost to Caloundra State High School by 9 points
Senior A Boys
Won v Mountain Creek High School 41-27
Won v Sunshine Coast Grammar 32-22
Senior B Boys
Lost to St John’s by 15 points
Lost to Mountain Creek by 17 points
Won v Matthew Flinders Anglican Collge by 7 points
Lost to NCC by 10 points
Lost to St Andrew’s by 13 points
Lost to Pacific Lutheran College by 8 points
GCC Athletics Age Champions
Athletics age champion points have now been finalised. These athletes have competed to a high standard across many track and field events to win this prestigious award.
All age champions will be celebrated at this year’s sports awards evening in Term 4.
|12 Years Boys|
|13 Years Boys|
|14 Years Boys|
|15 Years Boys|
|16 Years Boys|
|17 Years Boys|
Matthew Beattie, Head of Sports and HPE