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Page 2B the gazette Thursday, May 22, 2008
Middle schoolers mix it up in Iowa
The Team Palmetto wrestling American honors. Other Low- Wigger of The Citadel, Daquan Team coaches were Jerry Wig-
A good spring
team traveled to Indianola, Iowa country wrestlers taking to the Wilson of The Citadel, Alex
to compete in the Middle mat for Team Palmetto were Bugarin of Fort Dorchester and
School National Duals April 12- Nick Young of Stratford, Jordan Austin Koile of The Citadel.
ger, Ted Monroe and Mike
Sanders, who is also the state
to be a Gator
By Joe Anderson Also leaving the Gators will be
Comprised of wrestlers from Nick Jonason, Kenny Bryant,
the Columbia, Greenville, Chris Romack and Kenny
Stratford, Lexington, Holly- This spring, the Goose Creek Bryant.
wood, Belton, Lugoff, Gaffney, Gators had three teams qualify The Lady Gators also had a
Simpsonville, Fort Dorchester, for the playoffs. GCHS’s base- successful year. GCHS’s softball
Anderson, Ridgeway, Chapin ball, softball and boy’s soccer team finished the year with a 14-
and Williamston wrestling team each won a playoff game. 11 record after falling to West
teams, Team Palmetto took on After beginning the season with Florence in the playoffs.
some of the best wrestlers in the a 10-0 record, the baseball team Graduating seniors will be out-
country. In the first round, racked up a victory over cross- fielder Allysa Chambers, pitcher
Team Palmetto wrestled the town rival Stratford. It was the Lyndsey Beard and catcher
Iowa Black, Ohio All-Stars, Gators’ first victory over the Maria Helms. Helms was select-
Iowa All-Stars and South Knights in 15 years. They would ed to the CAWS All-Star game
Dakota. finish the season with an overall on June 13.
In the second round, Team record of 18-9 after losing to One of Goose Creek High’s
Palmetto defeated Iowa White Conway. most memorable achievements
(Iowa’s third best team), Kansas Catcher Josh Kubisz and pitch- may have come from the soccer
and Wyoming. In the finals, er Brent Perry were named to the field. After making the playoffs,
Team Palmetto lost to North South team in the SCBCA the boys’ soccer team knocked
Carolina to finish as the runner- North/South All-Star game. out West Florence with a 3-1 vic-
up in the Bronze bracket. Provided Kubisz, who signed to play for tory in the first round. It was the
Jordan Wigger, Asa Gossett Members of the Team Palmetto wrestling team represented South Carolina during the Newberry, led the Gators with a first time in the school’s history
and Alex Bugarin earned All- Middle School National Duals in Iowa last month. .469 batting average, racking up that the team has advanced to the
29 RBI’s. second round of the playoffs.
Volleyball camp set for June 16-19
Perry, a dual threat both on the “The whole team worked hard
mound and at the plate, went 6-1 to get that far,” head coach
with a 0.48 ERA and ended the Andrew Hermann said. “They
season with a .494 batting aver- did something no other boy’s soc-
Goose Creek High School vol- team building and individual ing another successful season The camp will be from 6–8 age, hitting five homeruns.
leyball coaches Jay Watterworth skills. this upcoming year. It is our hope p.m. and will take place in the cer squad has accomplished and
“We had a very good season,” they should all be proud of that.”
and Philip Deak will hold a The Gators finished fourth in that the experience may foster a Goose Creek High School Gym. GCHS Head Coach Scott
Goose Creek volleyball camp the region and made the state desire to become a part of our JV Price is $30 (make check Despite a 3-2 loss to West Ash-
Durham said. “We had a great ley in the second round, the
from June 16-19. playoffs last year. program.” payable to Goose Creek Athlet- team and we will be saying
The camp will be a great learn- “At Goose Creek High, we are The program is designed for ics) and can be made the first day team’s accomplishment added to
goodbye to a lot of great sen- an impressive spring at Goose
ing experience for all girls in building a quality program and everyone who lives in Goose of camp. iors.”
fourth through eighth grade. It would like for you to be a part of Creek to learn the fundamentals For more information please Creek.
will include four days of high- out team,” Watterworth said. of the sport, and introduce young contact Jay Watterworth at (843)
energy competition, focusing on “We are looking forward to hav- girls to the world of volleyball. 533-5300.
SAVAGE Savage has already scored
from page 1B 18 goals in his first year with
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