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Lady Mustangs Open District Play With A STRONG Win Against Atascocita Lady Eagles

Freshmen and JV teams fought hard against great opponents but fell short as they were defeated by the Atascocita Lady Eagles. However, the Lady Mustang Varsity team played an outstanding point for point, five set match. In an excellent show of team effort, the Lady Mustangs closed the game out and finished 15-11 in the 5th set. J. Broadnax led the team's offense and defense with 20 kills and 18 digs, while

L. Ross set up 49 assists. The Lady Mustangs will take on the Summer Creek Lady Bulldogs on Friday, 9/16 @ NSSH. We look forward to seeing you guys cheer for the home team!



XC Head To Huntsville, NS Mustangs Race Against Region III Competition

The boys and girls varsity XC teams took a trip out to SHSU in Huntsville to preview the course for the Region III XC meet and to race against the states best. Rolling hills played a major role in the difficulty of the course but J. Herrera and V. Macawili were able to lead the girls to a 13th place finish! The varsity boys team also finished 13th with top finishers J. Gonzalez and B. Martinez leading the way for the team. North Shore will head to Kingwood Andy Wells Invitational on Sat., Sept 17th! Good Luck NS Running Mustangs!



NS Team Tennis Starts The Season With High Hopes, Rack Up Wins Vs. Crosby

On Tuesday, September 6, the NS Varsity Tennis Team traveled to Crosby High School for an early-season non-district matchup. The Mustangs dominated the match, winning 15 of the 17 singles and doubles match-ups. Congratulations to all players, and thanks to our parents and supporters who braved the heat to come out and support the team! Next up, the Mustangs take on Sterling High School on Friday, September 9 in Baytown.



NS Cross Country Season Opener Gets Wet And Muddy, FNL Lives Up To Hype

The NS Boys and Girls Cross Country team headed to The Woodlands in hopes the sun kept shining and rain stayed away for their first race of the season. Turns out rain and mud were a there to stay but strong performances still showed up. The Freshman Boys team had two top 25 runners, who lead their team to finish 9th. Both Varsity teams had tough competition to run against, but with the weather, they still performed with perseverance! NS XC will head to Katy Seven Lakes on Sept. 3 to race against regional competition.



NS Returns To Their Winning Ways Against P. Memorial, Look Strong In Outing

The North Shore Lady Mustangs bounced back and had an outstanding night! Both Freshmen Red and White Teams came up short, but JV team battled point for point, and won the match in three exciting sets. The Varsity Lady Mustangs finished the night with a three set win against Pasadena Memorial (25-23, 25-16, 25-16). K. Armstrong had 15 kills and 3 blocks. J. Broadnax and T. Crouch each had 11 kills, and A.Hernandez had 18 digs and L. Ross with 39 assists. The Lady Mustangs will next travel to Conroe to take on the Lady Tigers on Tuesday @ 6:30pm!



Lady Mustang Volleyball Early Season Woes, But Working Through It

The North Shore Lady Mustang Volleyball program faced off against the Lamar Lady Texans. The Freshman team came out victorious in a point by point battle that went to three sets (18-25, 25-22, 25-20). The JV team also battled, but fell short in two sets. And the Varsity Lady Mustangs played a tough match, but could not finish the match, losing the game in three sets. Overall, it's still early so the girls look to bounce back against Pasadena Memorial (Longhorn Invitational) on Friday, August 26 @ George Ranch HS. Come out and support your Lady Mustangs!!



Yellowjackets Volleyball Dominates Marshall

The varsity team dominated Marshall in the first set 25-9.  It was all GP as the Yellowjackets registered a single dig error late in the first set.  The second set went to Marshall, 25-22 as GP got cold and failed to finish the rallies.  The third set had GP back in control behind the aggressive serving of Christina Herrera and Bailey Richey, as well as two huge hustle plays that took the wind out of the Marshall sails.  GP won set three 25-17.  The fourth set was never in doubt as the defense of Jen Ramirez, Alana Perez and Jossie Enriquez frustrated the Marshall hitters and Bailey Richey effortlessly put the ball into her hitters hands for kill after kill.  The night ended with a 25-19 fourth set win.  The night was a complete team effort.



Yellowjackets Football Host Fort Bend

The Galena Park Yellowjackets hosted the Buffaloes of Fort Bend Marshall at GPISD Stadium this last Friday night.  The Buffaloes dominated taking the first district outing by a score of 49-3.  Bryan Gutierrez reeled in four catches for 92 yards.  Luis Castaneda got his second interception of the season and the defense registered one sack.  Jose Davila scored the 3 points with his 21 yard field goal.



WAMS Black Team Sting Yellowjackets

The Black Team defeated the Yellowjackets of GPMS 24-6 earning their first win of the 2016 season.  The entire team gave maximum effort and it showed on the scoreboard.  Antonio Zamora, Mauricio Perez, and Arturo Garcia all scored.  Defensively, Isaiah Perales, Mauricio Perez, Kevin Costilla and John Victoria made key plays that contained the GP offense.  Players of the game were Arturo Garcia on offense and Mauricio Perez on defense.







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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.





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