Announcement: The North Shore soccer game against Dobie has been rescheduled. The game will now be on Monday, January 23 at 5 p.m. at GPISD Stadium.
He shoots... he scores... we all know who is the best soccer player! Vote for Eduardo Trevino as the Best Soccer Player of the 2017 season on Vype magazine. Let's show our support, go vote now!
The NS Aquatics team traveled to Clear Creek High School this past weekend against 10 of the Houston Area's best swim teams and came away from respectable marks. Some of the top finishes include: S. Cantu - 11th overall, 500yd Freestyle, O. Pintar - 12th, 200yd IM and D. Brown - 12th, 100yd breaststroke.
J. Goode, 5th, and C. Marks, 4th, had top ten finishes in 100yd backstroke and 100yd freestyle as well!
Great Job NS Swim Team! The Varsity team will next compete at the District 21-6A swim meet, hosted at GPISD Natatorium on January 28th! Good Luck!
Our JV team competed in the JV District meet at Atascocita High School over the weekend. All athletes received their best times of the season and the boys relay came in 5th place! Great job to all the young, up and coming North Shore swimmers!
The Yellowjackets started off strong as they defeated Needville 5-0 Thursday night. Brandon Luevano, Jose Davila, Elian Gomora and Carlos Quinones each scored a goal, and Jonathon Trevino scored 2 goals. Friday morning the Yellowjackets faced a tough Clear Springs team that beat G.P. 4-1. Jonathon Trevino scored the only Yellowjacket goal. Friday evening Galena Park faced Huffman and dominated in a 7-0 victory. Jonathon Trevino led all scorers with a hat trick, followed by Guilibaldo Villarreal who scored 2 goals while Alberto Acosta and Bryan Gutierrez each scored a goal. This placed Galena Park into the third place game on Saturday against Langham Creek. Langham Creek is a top 6A team but the Jackets played hard falling in the end 1-0 and taking fourth place in the tournament overall. Jonathon Trevino was the tournament MVP for Galena Park with his 6 goals scored.
The varsity team came out on fire led by senior Cesar Tijerina who scored a quick 6 points as the Yellowjackets stayed within striking distance with a 16-18 deficit at the end of the first quarter. The second quarter was all Marshall, as their scorers found a rhythm leading to a 27-44 Marshall lead. The third quarter was more Marshall and a plethora of turnovers by Galena Park that led to a 35-78 third quarter deficit. The Yellowjackets did manage to calm down some in the fourth scoring 20 points, but Marshall added another 22 points to their total as well. The game ended with Marshall winning 96-55. Jalen Davis led the Yellowjackets with 21 points.
The Black team played a very aggressive and exciting game versus Alice Johnson this past Thursday night as they won 50-27. The Hornets dominated with an up-tempo pace and their press which forced Alice Johnson mistakes. Offensively, John Victoria and Logan Fajardo paced the Hornets. Defensively, Kevin Costilla and Antonio Zamora did a great job at getting steals and protecting the basket
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Galena Park ISD is proud to announce that Texan Live is now the official live stream audio and video provider for all Galena Park athletic events. We know the service and quality that Texan Live provides will be a great service for our students, parents and community.
Galena Park ISD is committed to providing our students with the opportunity to participate in outstanding athletic programs. Students in our varied athletic programs are dedicated to reaching new heights as members of their teams, in their academic studies, and in their personal character. This culture of excellence for our athletes and coaches also extends of all spectators attending our games and events. GPISD is pleased to welcome all community members to district sponsored athletic events. It is a privilege for us to cheer for and encourage our students' as they compete. Again this year, we have outlined expected behavior for anyone attending a game. Please see our 2016-17 spectator behavior expectations letter on guidelines for providing the best sportsmanlike environment for our student athletes this year.