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Boys Varsity Soccer

1 month ago

Our Bright Blessings Service project has be planned for next Thursday 10/18 from 3:30-5:00 It looks like we have our group planned to create high school birthday bags for our project while w...

Boys Varsity Soccer

1 month ago

Player Honors:  All-Conference : Ivan Boyarskiy (2011), Kato Capuzzi (2011), Conor Chambers (2011), Yonathan Watson (2011)  Jose Molina (2012), Aaron Lechner (2012), Jeff Townsend (2012) Avery Treat (2013, 2014), Sam Houser (2013, 2014), Andre’ Septimio (2014), Pedro Portillo (2014), Luis Martinez (2014), Danny Townsend (2014-Honorable Mention) Joe Piacesi (2016, 2015, 2014, 2013-Honorable Mention), Pedro Mancebo (2015), Noah Parker (2016, 2015), Wes Joyner (2016-Honorable Mention, 2015-Honorable Mention) Jose Duarte (2016, 2017), Jake Braswell (2015, 2017) Mario Portillo (2016, 2017, 2018), Caleb Linnane (2017), Alex Ramsey (2018), Jaime Membrano-Escobar (2018) Carlos Resillas (2017), Micah Parker (2018, 2017 Honorable Mention ), David Steger (2017 Honorable mention) Conference Player of the Year : Kato Capuzzi (2011), Jose Durate (2017) All-Region :  Kato Capuzzi (2011 2 nd team), Avery Treat (2013 1 st team, 2014 2 nd team), Sam Houser (2013 1 st team, 2014 2 nd team), Pedro Portillo (2014 1 st team), Luis Martinez (2014 2 nd team), Joe Piacesi (2016 1 st team, 2015 1 st team, 2014 2 nd team) Andre’ Septimio (2014 2 nd team), Pedro Mancebo (2015 2 nd team), Noah Parker (2016 1 st team, 2015 2 nd team), Jake Braswell (2015 2 nd team, 2017 1st team) Mario Portillo (2016 1 st team, 2017 1st team, 2018 1st team), Jose Duarte (2016 1 st team, 2017 1st team), Carlos Resillas (2017 2nd team), Caleb Linnane (2017 second team), Jaime Membrano (2018 2nd team) All-State Joe Piacesi (2016), Jose Duarte (2017) All-Observer Joe Piacesi 2nd team (2016) Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly Super Team Joe Piacesi POY, 1st team (2016), Noah Parker 1st team (2016), Mario Portillo 1st team (2016), Jose Duarte 2nd team (2016), Wes Joyner 2nd team (2016), Jaimie Membrano 2nd team (2016) State Games Players Avery Treat (2014), Sam Houser (2014), Joe Piacesi (2016), Pedro Mancebo (2016), Jose Duarte (2017), Mario Portillo (2018) Players in College Jeff Capuzzi-Montreat, Avery Treat-Montreat, Tanner Kidd-Brevard, Pedro Mancebo-Gardner Webb, Joe Piacesi- Guilford, Noah Parker-Montreat Clash of the Carolinas Jose Duarte (2017) Players that moved on to Play Professionally Sam Houser (Class of 2015) Seleng Press, Mongolia Noah Parker (Class of 2017) Khad, Mongolia All-Star Teams Forwards:   Mario Portillo- Most prolific player to wear the uniform.  Set school records for goals, assists, and points.  Made all-conference and all-region for three years. Joe Piacesi- Fastest player I have ever coached with an excellent left footed shot.  Made all-conference and all-region three years; He also set school records and made all-state his senior year.  Known for his touchy sense of inappropriate humor. Midfielders: Avery Treat- A four-year starter, two-time All-Conference and All-Region.  Two year captain.  Known for beautiful shots that just hit the post. Luis Martinez- Perhaps so quiet you didn’t know he was there.  One of the most talented players to ever attend QG. All-Conference and All-Region his senior year. Noah Parker- 2 time all-conference/all-region.  Held the record for assists in a career when he graduated.  A very “pretty” player. Sam Houser- Solid leader and captain his senior year.  Two time All-Conference and All-Region.   Defenders: Conor Chambers-First four-year starter for the team.  A very intelligent player who was a solid defender and played bigger than his size. Jordan Trakas-The silent leader that provided pace and aggressiveness to the 2016 team.  2016 season was bar far his best due to the fact that he never injured himself attempting some off-field stunt. Pedro Mancebo-known for his physicality.  Pedro was a State Games member his senior year.  Made All-Conference/All-Region his junior year.  He helped anchor the 2016 team on their deep run into State Play-offs. Alex Ramsey- Made all-conference his Senior year when he had 2 goals and 8 assists as a center back.  Captained a team that ended the season winning 12 of their last 16 and making it to the third round of states. Goalies: Jose Duarte-First player to be put on the list during his playing years.  Made all-conference/all-region his first year on the team and set all school goalkeeping records.  How many clutch saves did he have against East Meck, Gray Stone, Atkins, and Bishop McGuiness.  He matched that with an All-State season his senior year, leading the team to wins over Forest Hills and Union Academy.  International Team: Forwards:  Kato Capuzzi (Liberia) Holds records in goals per season and career. Pedro Portillo (El Salvador) Holds the record for points in a season. Midfielders: Mario Portillo (El Salvador):  Listed here in his natural position.  Known for his beautiful 1vs1 ability and precise passing Jaime Escobar-Membrano (El Savador) No player has come through with the individual skill set that Jaime has.  Still remembered for being able to juggle the ball over 500 consecutive times as a Freshman. Luis Martinez:  (Mexico) Remembered for making the game look easy.  A real smooth player that would pass up opportunities if they came to easy. Andre’ Septimio: (Brazil/Italy) Known for screaming, “Oh, my GOSH!!” and bringing back the ghost of Boyarskiy’s “Are you kidding me!” Defenders: Pedro Mancebo (Dominican Republic): All-conference/region his Junior year.  Played injured his senior year.  Nicknamed “the wort.” Goalies: Jose Duarte (Mexico): I still blame him for the US national team’s loss in Columbus (2016). Team Records: Most Wins in a four-year period: 56 Class of 2018, 54,classes of 2016 and 2017 Wins: 18-2016 ; 15- 2018; 13-2010, 2013, 2014, 2017 Goals scored:  94-2016 82-2018, 69-2017 and 2014, 43-2011, 2013 Shut-outs: 13- 2016; 9-2018; 8-2017; 7-2010, 2012 Goals against:  28-2016-played 25 games ; 34-2017; 35 - 2013, 2014; 36-2012 Team Rankings: 2018 Max Preps-highest 14th; final ranking-14th 2017 Max Preps-highest 12th; final ranking-16th 2016 Max Preps (NCSCA no longer ranked teams)-highest 8 th (ranked in the top 20 all season); final ranking- 9th (state quarter finalist) 2015 NCSCA-hightest 14th (ranked for the last four weeks of the season) 2014 NCSCA-highest ranking 5 th (ranked in top 10 for 10 of 11 weeks) ; Max Preps: 7; Sweet 16-16 for two consecutive weeks 2013 (highest ranking: 3 rd -max preps and 7 th in NCSCA; ranked in NCSCA top 15 for 7 of 11 weeks. 2011 (Final ranking: 6 th -first ever ranking for the school) Conference Championships : 2010 (PCAC) Conference Tournament Championships : 2011 (PCAC) Individual Records: Goals in a season : Mario Portillo: 30 (2018); Joe Piacesi: 26 (2016); Mario Portillo: 23 (2017); Kato Capuzzi:  19 (2010) Career Goals : Joe Piacesi: 69 (2013-16); Mario Portillo: 68 (2016-18); Kato Capuzzi:  34 (20010-11) Assists in a season : Mario Portillo: 15 (2016); Timmy Moldenhauer: 13 (2010) Career Assists : Mario Portillo 30 (2016-18); Noah Parker: 20 (2013-16):  Avery Treat: 17 (2011-14) Points in a season: Mario Portillo: 72 (2018) Joe Piacesi: 58 (2016) Mario Portillo: 49 (2017) Pedro Portillo: 35 (2014) Joe Piacesi: 34 (2013) Shut-outs in a season : Jose Duarte (2016) 12 ; Jakob Goodman (2018) 9; Jose Durate (2017) 8; Daniel Lee: 7 (2012) Brent Joyner: 6 (2011) Shut-outs in a career : Jose Duarte: 20 (2016-7) Goals Against Average : Jose Duarte (2016): .96 ; Brent Joyner (2011): 1.63; Jose Duarte (2017): 1.75 MVPs 2011-Kato Capuzzi, 2012-Jeff Townsend, 2013-Avery Treat, 2014-Sam Houser, 2015-Joe Piacesi, 2016-Mario Portillo, 2017 Jose Duarte ChaCha Koolay (Coach Award) 2014-Sam Houser and Danny Townsend, 2015-Clay Behymer, 2016 Jordan Trakas, 2017 Jake Braswell   Records versus teams played 2010- 67-50-17(.563) Hickory Grove 0-1 Charlotte Christian 1-0 Park Wood 3-2-1 Lake Norman Charter 0-1 United Faith 2-0 North Stanly 8-0 Cannon 0-2 Charlotte Latin 0-1 South Stanly 8-0 Victory Christian 1-0 Carmel Christian 2-3 Albemarle 6-3 Union Academy 4-9-1 Grace of Charlotte 4-0-3 Chatham Central 1-0 Community School of Davidson 2-9 Charlotte United 0-1-1 East Montgomery 0-1-1 Pine Lake Prep. 3-7 Challenger 1-0-1 North Moore 1-2 Greater Cabarrus 3-3-2 South Davidson 3-0-1 West Stanly 2-0 Lincoln Charter 5-2-1 Gray Stone Day 3-7-1 Mount Pleasant 1-0 Covenant Classical 3-3 West Montgomery 2-0 Sun Valley 0-1 Mountain Island Charter 4-0-2 Forest Hills 1-2 Olympic 0-1-1 Highland Tech 3-1 East Mecklenburg    0-1-1 Carolina International 6-0 Elkin 1-0 Atkins 1-0 Bishop McGuinness 0-1 Piedmont 0-2 Hopewell 1-1 Bradford Prep 4-0 Sugar Creek 1-0 Country Day 0-1 Langtree 2-0 CATA 1-0 Blue Ridge EC 1-0                                                     Top Moments Beating North Moore 2-0 in the 2016 state tournament to advance t the quarterfinals @North Moore.  9 yellow cards given to QG in a very physical game (coach included). Coming from behind to beat Gray Stone 3-2 and to sweep them for the first time in 2016.  Will always remember the Piacesi winner and the save by Durate-not to mention our two players taking off their shirts in celebration. Beating Pine Lake 4-1 to win the conference tournament championship in 2011!!! Beating Charlotte Christian 1-0 at Christian in 2011. Sweeping Union Academy in 2018.  Sechler's tackle and Mica Parker's goal in the first game.  Mario Portillo sending the second game to overtime with an excellent free kick and winning on penalties 5-4. Trouncing Gray Stone 4-1 to win our first against our rival and securing 2 nd place in the conference. Tying East Mecklenburg on second half goals from Noah Parker and Joe Piacesi. Coming from behind to beat Parkwood 3-1 behind two goals and an assist from Joe Piacesi. Danny Townsend’s goal with 2 minutes left to even out the score with East Montgomery-2014. The come from behind win on Senior Night against Albemarle to lock in the third seed-2014. Sweeping Union Acadamey in 2017 to break the curse and take third in the conference.   2011 Roster: Head Coach: Mark Guercio Assistant Coach: Drew Andreotti 10-8-1 (3-3)   #          Name                           (16) Boyarskiy, Ivan     10 Capuzzi, Kato     (7) Chambers, Conor     (GK) Day, Brett     (2) Garcia, Ronald     18 Jesalva, Elijah     (3) Joyner, Brent     4 Kidd, Tanner     (11) Lechner, Aaron     (1) Liss, Samuel     18 Millsaps, Walker             (17) Septimio, Andre'     (13) Suarez, Andrew     (8) Townsend, Daniel     (12) Townsend, Jeffrey     (6) Treat, Avery     (GK) Tucker, Mitchell     (9) Watson, Yonathan     (15) Nardone-White, Dasean       2012 Queen’s Grant Men’s Soccer Roster 3-11-7 (2-3-1) Name Number Position Jose Molina 16 Forward Jeff Townsend 12 Defender Daniel Lee 3 Goal/Defender Nate Evangelisto 11 Defender Aaron Lechner 7 Defender Tavis Lipp 15 Mid-Fielder Andre’ Septimio 10 Mid-Fielder Dillon Cook 18 Midfielder       Avery Treat 6 Midfielder Daniel Townsend 8 Midfielder Giorgio Gbenyon 1 Defender Alberto Ignacio 17 Midfielder Chad Morris 4 Defender Darius Rashidi 2 Forward   Head Coach: Mark Guercio Athletic Director: Dan Kerr Assistant Coaches: Sean Odom and Conor Chambers Athletic Trainer: Eric Sciutto Queens Grant 2013 Roster 13-9-1 (8-5) Name                            Year                  Poss                  # Aaron Lechner             Sr                     Def                   11 Paul Leimer                 Sr                     GK                   21/G00 Avery Treat                  Jr                     Mid                  06 Danny Townsend         Jr                     Mid                  08 Tanner Kidd               Jr                     Def                   09 Andre Septimio          Jr                     Fwd                 10 Sam Houser                Jr                     Mid                  12 Alex Schenck              Fr                    GK                   h2/A20/G01 Ben Campbell             Fr                    Def                   14 Noah Parker                Fr                    Mid                  19 Wes Joyner                 Fr                    Mid                  17 Joe Piacesi                  Fr                    Fwd                 15 Jordan Trakas             Fr                    Def                   16 Isaiah Shembo            Fr                    Def                   5 Alberto Ignacio           So                    Mid                  7 Adrian Philippeaux     Fr                    Def                   4 Clay Behymer             Fr                    Def                   13 Enrique Fabian            Jr                     Def                   3   Athletic Director: Dan Kerr Athletic Trainer: Eric Sciutto Head Coach: Mark Guercio Assistant Coaches: Tim Guercio, Conor Chambers Queen’s Grant 2014 Roster 13-7-3 (6-4)         Name Grade Number Position Avery Treat 12 6 M Danny Townsend 12 8 D Andre Septimio 12 10 M Sam Houser 12 12 D Tanner Kidd 12 9 D Pedro Portillo 12 13 F Luis Martinez 12 7 M Noah Parker 10 19 M Jordan Trakas 10 4 M Joe Piacesi 10 15 F Wesley Joyner 10 14 M Adrian Philippeaux 10 5/00 GK Clay Behymer 10 99 GK Jake Braswell 9 16 D Luke Braswell 9 17 M Nicolas Liger 11 11 M Demarcus Sarkodie 10 18 F   Head Coach: Mark Guercio Assistant Coach: Conor Chambers AD/First Responder: Dan Kerr Men’s Soccer 2015 10-10-3 (6-3-1)  Name Year Number Position Daniel Smith Jr 00 G Marti Sheriff Sr 2 M Justin Akagha So 3 M Jordan Trakas Jr 4 D Caleb Linnane Fr 5 F Pedro Mancebo Jr 6 D Eddie Khamis Jr 8 M Ron Lacey Sr 9 F Jesse Bell So 10 M Jamie Membreno Fr 11 M Adrian Philippeaux Jr 12 D Alex Ramsey Fr 13 M Wes Joyner Jr 14 D Joe Piacesi Jr 15 F Jake Braswell So 16 M Luke Braswell So 17 M Demarcus Sarkodie Jr 18 M Noah Parker Jr 19 M Zach Burkheimer Fr 20 M Elijah Boyarskiy So 21 D Clay Behymer Jr 99 G Head Coach: Mark Guercio Assistant Coach: Conor Chambers Athletic Director: Dan Kerr 2016 Queen’s Grant Stallions Men’s Soccer Varsity 18-5-2 (8-2) Last Name First Name Number Poss Behymer Clay 99 GK Smith Daniel 00/19 GK Durate Jose 1 Gk Braswell Luke 2 Mid Parker** Noah 3 Mid Trakas Jordan 4 Def Linnane Caleb 5 Fwd Mancebo Pedro 6 Def Portillo Mario 7 Mid Khamis Eddie 8 Mid Parker Michaih 9 Mid Bell Jesse 10 Mid Membrano Jaimie 11 Mid Stager David 12 Def Ramsey Alex 13 Def Joyner Wes 14 Def Piacesi** Joe 15 Fwd Braswell Jake 16 Mid Campbell Ben 17 Def Boyarskiy Elijah 18 Def Burkeimer Zach 20 Fwd     21   **denotes Captains Head Coach: Mark Guercio        Assistant Coaches: Kato Capuzzi, Conor Chambers, Pedro Portillo AD: Dan Kerr                  Trainer: Brown Queens Grant Soccer Roster Varsity 2017 Overall 13-8 ...

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On October 2nd the volleyball team had a successful senior night beating Carolina International 3-1.

On October 2nd the volleyball team had a successful senior night beating Carolina International 3-1.

he Queens Grant boys and girls cross country teams traveled to Waxhaw to open the season in the CXC Summer Invitational hosted by Cuthbertson High School. The Stallions represented themselves wel...

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By Scoop Newsworthy   On 9/24/2018

The Stallions headed over to Monroe to kickoff the Labor Day weekend at the Central Academy of Technology and Arts (CATA) Invitational. Queens Grants' version of Batman & Robin, aka Lucas Brow...

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By Scoop Newsworthy   On 9/24/2018

The Stallions ventured north to Concord's Frank Liske Park for a mid-week meet (9/16) hosted by Corvian  Community School. Despite Queens Grants' top two runners- Lucas Brown and Joshua D...

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By Scoop Newsworthy   On 9/24/2018
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