The Galena Park Athletic Office now has the official North Shore State Champion shirts for sale. Come by and get your shirt before they sell out.
Short sleeve $15.00
Long sleeve $20.00
Lady Mustangs Head Into District Games With A 1-1 Tie Against Lady Falcons
Last night, the NS Varsity Girls Soccer team tied Foster HS 1-1. Junior, J. Rivera, scored the lone goal (23') in the second half of the game. She was assited by Senior, D. Rosales. This was the last game for the Varsity Girls soccer team as they head into District play next week. They will take on Deer Park Lady Deer next Friday @ Abshier Stadium. Good Luck Lady Mustangs!
First Home Game for NS Lady Mustangs Soccer, Cruise To Shutout Over Lady Rams
Last night, in it's first Home game, the NS Varsity Girls easily defeated the Lady Rams of Cy. Ridge 3-0.
J. Rivera scored for North Shore in the first half (19'). During the second half, B. Escalante scored goal number 2 (54') and, J. Rivera scored scored her 2nd goal as the game was coming to the end (70').
Cy Ridge had few opportunities to scorel but the Lady Mustangs defense was fantastic. There is only one more game of preparation before the District Games. Congrats Lady Mustangs! They take the field next Tues. 7pm @ Foster HS!
NS Varsity Girls Soccer Heads Have Good Showing At I-10 Shootout Soccer Tournament
Last weekend, the Varsity Girls Mustang Soccer Team participated in the "2016 I-10 Shootout Soccer Tournament" in Katy, Texas. North Shore played against the Clear Creek Lady Wildcats and lost 2-0 but then got their legs underneath them to defeat Oak Ridge Lady War Eagles 4-1. J. Rivera (#7) excelled by going for the hat trick, scoring 3 goals in a game. It was a wonderful sporting experience and the team had a great performance in preparation for the upcoming district games. They play at home vs. Cy Ridge for the first time this season, Tues. 1/19 @ 7pm. See you then!
The varsity team battled early as neither team could find the goal, but worked into their offense scoring 3 goals with 15 minutes. Shelby Loya found the goal first with an assist from Cassandra Flores at minute 41. Four minutes later, Cassandra would score herself assisted by Cindy Flores. Then at minute 58, senior, Cristina Magana scored off an assist from Cindy Flores. Galena Park took a 3-0 win and a district win into the weekend.
The Galena Park JV tennis team opened up the spring season with a meet at MacArthur High School on January 27th. The 26 team tournament was loaded with competition, but Galena Park played well and brought home medals. In the first round, Scarlett Ramon and Esmeralda Diaz won their matches. Maria Garcia and Daneli Carlos took home wins in the consolation bracket. Ana Mata and Manual Oropeza swept the consolation bracket with 3 wins and earned medals.
The Lady Jackets came out determined to get back into the win column against Dayton last Friday night. The Yellowjackets failed to keep up with the Lady Broncos in the second half as Dayton won 66-57. The Yellowjackets put together a valiant comeback, but ran out of time. Ciara Garcia scored 16 points, Katera Johnson scored 15 points, Destinie Skinner scored 12 points and Taylor Dearing scored 11 points for the game.
The Black team lost to Cunningham 13-52. WAMS was just out-manned throughout the game. The young Hornets played hard but made too many mistakes and allowed too many second chance baskets by Cunningham. Mauricio Perez was the “Offensive Player of the Game” and John Victoria was the “Defensive Player of the Game”.
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2015-2016 Sports Medicine Forms
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 2015-16 spectator behavior expectations letter on guidelines for providing the best sportsmanlike environment for our student athletes this year.