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North Shore Baseball Playoffs

The North Shore Mustangs will face Pearland in the 21-6A Bi-District Baseball Playoffs on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at North Shore Senior High School. Admission to the playoff game will be $5 for students and adults. Come out and support our team!



NS Lady Mustang Basketball Represented At Touchdown Club Of Houston

Adriiana Jackson has been named a 2015 Scholar-Athlete finalist! She will be honored at the 49th Spring Sports Scholar-Athlete Dinner will be at 7 p.m., Wed., May 27, at the JW Marriott, 5150 Westheimer. The event is to recognize the top scholar-athletes in Greater Houston high schools in 18 UIL sports. We wish you a good luck and congratulate you on this gracious honor to show your Mustang hard work and dedication!



Galena Park Softball Team Playof Game against Vidor

Galena Park took the field against a Vidor team who was making their third consecutive trip into playoff territory while the Lady Jackets fielded a team with zero playoff experience.  The inexperience accounted for Galena Park’s shaky start, but as demonstrated throughout the regular season these scrappy girls pulled it together to make it a game.  The Lady Pirates defeated the Jackets by a score of 6 -2, but left the field knowing the Yellowjackets were worthy opponents. Galena Park’s senior first baseman Alycia Cavazos went out in style, driving in freshman standout Ariana Saenz with a two run homer.  Alycia ends her high school career as the team’s RBI leader in district and in postseason play.  Alycia hit homeruns in the last two games of GP’s season and has nicely padded both her batting average and slugging percentage to make her senior year something to be remembered!  She will be hard to replace in 2016.  Fortunately the remaining starters from this year’s campaign are set to return.  Sophomore Breanna Garza, who was unable to play this season while she rehabbed a torn ACL, will be available to add her speed and solid defense to next year’s efforts.  Although GP will not have many holes to fill quality players are ready and waiting in our junior varsity program.  This was something of a Cinderella year for GP so although the playoff run was short it was satisfying.  Coaches Rodriguez, Richey and Vela greatly appreciated everyone who supported the team and are very proud of their team.



Galena Park Baseball Team Returns to CE King

The Galena Park varsity team lost a hard fought battle to the Eagles Tuesday night.  The game was a battle for the entire 9 innings as Barbers Hill scored the winning run to take the game 3 to 2 in the 9th inning.  Ryan Gonzalez was attributed the loss but only after he pitched 8.1 innings throwing 124 pitches, 77 strikes, and 4 strike-outs.  The defense stood solid behind Gonzalez with no errors, 15 put-outs in 25 opportunities, 16 assists and 1 double play.  Offensively, GP left several opportunities on the field.  GP had 2 runs off 6 hits but left 7 on base.  Joshua Perez was 2-4 from the plate with both hits being singles and he scored 1 run.  Jaime Vazquez was 1-4 with a single.  James Richey went 1-3 with a single and a RBI.  Evan Rosilez also hit a single going 1-4 from the plate.  Anthony Munoz also hit a single and scored a run going 1-3 from the plate.




District 21-6A Tennis Tournament Underway, Varisty Regionals Also Takes Place

Valentina Roldan, North Shore’s Regional Qualifier and #2 girl in District 21-6A, took the court on April 21 against a strong competitor from Lamar HS. Despite a game win early in the first set, Valentina was not able to keep the momentum, and lost her match in the round of sixteen. We are proud of Vale’s trip to Regionals, and of her winning season!




North Shore dominated at the district track meet held Wednesday, April 15. Due to weather, the boys and girls meets were combined into one meet, but that didn't affect the Mustangs' performances. Both the boys and girls teams claimed district championships. The girls' team scored a total of 158 points, outscoring the second place team by 41 points. The boys' team accumulated an amazing 215. The second place team scored 117. District gold medalists include:


400M - Taylor Crouch
1600M - Claudia Santos
3200M - Claudia Santos
4X200M - Zavier Fields, Teshaye Berry, Sasha Wimbley and Deja Hughes
4X400M - Sasha Wimbley, Zavier Fields, Deja Hughes, Taylor Crouch


400M - Robert Lewis
110M Hurdles - Carl Guillory
300M Hurdles - Carul Guillory
High Jump - Geren Mills
Long Jump - Kerwin Roach
Triple Jump - Kerwin Roach
Discus - Maciah Long


District silver medalists are as follows:

200M - Taylor Crouch
4X100M - Jessica Arroyo, Teshaye Berry, Aysha Anderson and Zavier Fields
High Jump - Alyssa Okoene
Long Jump - Jessica Arroyo


800M - Eduardo Garcia
110M Hurdles - Vernon Williams
300M Hurdles - John Blanson
4X200M - Deondrick Mitchner, Keenan Sneed, Tristian Houston and Ralph Davis
4X400M - Jacob Corrigeux, Keenan Sneed, Ralph Davis and Robert Lewis
High Jump - Tayvion Johnson
Pole Vault - Zafir Murphy
Long Jump - Autria Lynch


District bronze medalists are:

400M - Sasha Wimbley
1600M - Bianca Martinez
300M Hurdles - Aysha Anderson
High Jump - Taylor Crouch
Triple Jump - Chardon Mucker


400M - Jacob Corrigeux
800M - Robert Lewis
300M Hurdles - Vernon Williams
4X100M - Autria Lynch, Keenan Sneed, Tristian Houston and Deondrick Mitchner





Lee College Hosts District 6A Tennis Matches, NS Tennis', V. Rolden, Not Quite Done

Expect Deer Park HS and Baytown Sterling to play their very best tennis this time of year, but for the NS tennis team, grit and determination led the Mustangs to some strong finishes. J. Gallardo and Doubles team (C. Rendon and K. Trevino) advances to the Quarterfinals round but each fell just short. Number 2 seed, V. Roldan, had plans of pulling off the upset but finishing 2nd did allow her to become a regional qualifier and see her season continue on April 21st @ Deer Park! Congratulations and Best of Luck!!!!



JV Divisions And Freshman Boys Narrowly Missed District Sweep Of Track And Field Meet

The Boys and Girls Track teams traveled to La Porte and walked away with an aggressive win from the Boys team. Field events took 5 first place titles and all but 1 relay title! Not to be outdone, the Junior Varsity Girls team took home titles in 4x100m, 4x200m, and 4x400m relays. For places and times from Thursday, please visit the News Tab of NSSH Track. Great Season Running Mustangs!



NS Golf Stays Consistent As They Wrap Season With District Play

Alex Diaz, Camron Gray, Zach Potter, and Ashlee Rodriguez have definitely put their stamp on the program after four years on the team. Amber Lewis was another standout of the tournament as she wrapped her season with a personal best, shooting a 95! Congratulations to the entire NS Golf team and the graduating seniors of the class of 2015! Click here for total scores from the tournament!



Fresh Off A Record Season, NS Girls Basketball To Host Annual Summer Camp

Attached is the flyer needed to sign up and participate in the Summer Girls Basketball Camp set for June 8th - June 11th 2015. Please make sure you adhere to Registration Information, Waiver Claims, and Coach's Info prior to signing up. We look forward to hosting another great camp and an opportunity to teach you all the fundamental skills and basketball knowledge you could use!



North Shore Track and Field Finally Getting Things Together, Weather Also Cooperates

Both the Boys and Girls Track and Field programs have had some obstacles to get through during the first half of the season. Weather played a HUGE part in keeping us tamed. But things are starting to clear up outside and our kids are getting faster and stronger at the right time! Traveling to Gator Relays in Dickinson, TX saw the Lady Mustangs finish 4th as a team out of 16 schools and the Boys take another 1st place finish. Visit the NS Track and Field homepage for updated schedules and results!





2015-2016 Sports Medicine Forms

Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form

GPISD Athletic Packet

GPISD Emergency Card





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 2014-15 spectator behavior expectations letter on guidelines for providing the best sportsmanlike environment for our student athletes this year.





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