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Lady Mustangs Soccer Bash The Bruins At Their House

Girls JV Soccer ended the game tied with Beaumont West Brook 0-0. The JV Lady Mustangs are currently in 3rd place in District and will be looking to surge into 2nd place on Friday night vs Channelview.

The Girls Varsity Soccer team defeated West Brook Bruins 2-0!! Jessica Rivera scored on a header from a corner-kick, and Idalys Rea doubled the lead with a left-footed shot to the corner. The Lady Mustangs are currently in 2nd place in District. You can catch the action at GPISD Stadium this Friday, when the Lady Mustangs take on the Lady Falcons of Channelview starting at 5pm!

 

 

Galena Park JV Softball Hosts Tournament

The Yellowjacket softball program hosted a JV tournament which began with pool play Thursday, February 26th.  The Thursday afternoon games matched GP against Channelview High School and Sam Rayburn High School.

 

 

Lady Yellowjackets Play in Tournament Hosted by Stafford

The GP varsity girls were still flying high from their district opening win against Kingwood Park when they took the field for the third game of the Stafford Tournament on Saturday 2/28.  Royal High School from the Brookshire area was their unfortunate victim.  Although they played with tremendous heart, Royal was no match for the Lady Yellowjackets.  The mercy rule was reached after three and one half innings.  The score was 18 to 0.  Sophomore Alexis Valdez reached a personal milestone with her first career homerun, as did freshman Bailey Richey with her first grand slam.  Bailey Richey got the win recording six strike outs.

 

 

GPHS Softball Team Plays in Cold Against Kingwood Park

Our varsity team was no doubt the underdog when facing District 21-AAAAA powerhouse Kingwood Park.  Fortunately, the GP ladies seemed unaware of this mismatch!  In what may well be the best softball game seen at Galena Park in the last ten years, the Lady Jackets played with fearless confidence knocking off K. Park in a 3 to 2 victory. 

 

 

GPHS Track Takes Second at Goose Creek

Both the JV boys and girls teams left Goose Creek Memorial with a 2nd place finish last Thursday evening.  Once again the wind and the cold made for a miserable night, but neither of those seemed to slow down our Yellowjackets.  As always the meet began with the throwers and jumpers and Galena Park did well.

 

 

NS Golf Continues Working On Their Season, Athletes Getting Better
-On Monday, NS Golf team prevailed despite adverse weather conditions yesterday at Evergreen Point in Baytown. Senior, Alex Diaz, led the way with a personal best tournament score of 75. He tied for first place in the tournament. Camron Gray also played a solid round, shooting 85.(Other results: Blas Gomez 95, Zach Potter 96, Team score: 351 (4th place))

-Thursday saw the JV Boys travel to the Preserve at Atascocita. Jesse Morua shot a personal best of 105 and Andres Martinez bested his previous efforts with a 113.

 

Soccer Keeps Their Loss Column Clean After La Porte And Deer Park Games

First, NS Freshman Soccer defeated Deer Park (white team) 6-0 last Saturday at Abshier Stadium. The Boys JV Soccer team beat La Porte 3-0. Marcio Galeano, Martin Piña, and Humberto Perez all scored to help bring the JV record to an astounding 11-0!! North Shore Boys Varsity soccer game against La Porte ended in a 1-1 tie. Edgar Hurtado scored the goal, while Juan Vargas came off the bench as goalie and helped preserve the tie as time expired. PA Memorial visits GPISD Stadium, Tuesday Feb. 24th at 5:00!

 

 

Lady Mustang Soccer Pulls Through Against La Porte

On Friday night, Girls JV soccer tied La Porte 2-2 on a late goal scored by Edith Hermida. Samantha Bastar, Elena Espitia, and Jenny Martinez were outstanding throughout the game.

Varsity Girls defeated La Porte 1-0 on a goal by Idalys Rea. The girls were able to grind out a win against a physical LP team. Narcedalia Yanez and Tatiana Marquez held down the middle of the field while Deanna Rosales and Vanessa Martinez anchored the defense. The Lady Mustangs take on PA Memorial at Titan Stadium Feb 24th at 5:00pm.

 

 

Streak On The Line For NS JV Boys Soccer, Varisty Also Playing With Added Stress

The JV Boys Soccer team extended their unbeaten streak by beating Baytown Sterling 4-0! Gerardo Mata, Edgar Zenil, and Humberto Perez all scored goals in the win. The Boys Varsity team also was able to survive and come from behind to beat the Sterling Rangers 2-1. Both goals were scored by Salvador Hernandez. Join us Friday, Feb. 20th as they take the AT LA Porte.

 

 

NS Varsity Tennis Heads To Pasadena Invitational Tournament, Roldan Takes Gold

NSSH Varsity Tennis competed against students from a wide range of area schools on February 6. After a few wins in all categories, a finals appearance by the “A” and “B” Boys Singles, “A” Girls Doubles, the gold medal came home with Valentina Roldan, who won 1st place in her “A” Girls Singles draw. Valentina was able to clinch the win (and avenge a Team Tennis early-season loss) by beating the District’s #1 girls seed from Westbrook HS. Congratulations Valentina, and great job to all the Varsity Mustangs!

 

 

Making History As The Regular Season Comes To An End, NS Lady Mustangs Basketball

Tuesday night started with a loss for the Freshman Lady Mustangs against the Baytown Sterling Rangers, 27-43, as they finish their season. Then JV Lady Mustangs makes things a bit more interesting as they defeat the Lady Rangers with a score of 55-22 and notch an undefeated District season! And finally, finishing 29-2 overall, 12-0 in District Play, the Lady Mustangs varsity team wins 106-43!! First Round Bi-District Playoff Information is available. Hope to see you out there.

UPDATE: Varsity Lady Mustangs WON their Bi-District playoff game Monday night 79-30 against Dobie. Leading scorers were Chasity patterson and Adriiana Jackson. Kayla Mack, Tiffany Arceneaux, Alyse Okoene, and Shae Johnson also made huge contributions! Next round info coming soon...

 

 

Mustangs Soccer Takes Care Of Beltway 8 Rival, Channelview Falcons

The JV Boys Soccer team beat Channelview 3-2 preserving an undefeated season. M. Piña led the way with two goals and G. Mata with the other. The Varsity boys were also beat Channelview 2-0. J. Salame and S. Hernandez scored the goals. The Mustangs used great team defense to earn their 4th straight shutout! Look for them to continue District Play AT Abshire Stadium against Deer Park, Fri., Feb. 13th @ 5:00pm!

 

 

North Shore Boys Basketball Developing Young Talent, Notch Another Win/Loss

Freshman Red Team dominated Deer Park, 49-32. The leading scorers were T. Johnson, D. McDaniel, and A. Smith. The White team, despite great team effort, dropped a 48-31 loss against their counterparts. "We lost a very tough one against a very good Deer Park team. Kids play[ed] hard all the way to the end" says Coach Gaston.

 

 

NS Girls Basketball Adds Another In The Win Column, Getting Closer To Postseason

The Deer Park Lady Deer basketball program became the next causualty in North Shore's magnificant run to San Antonio! Friday night the Lady Mustangs defeated Deer Park 73-34 with a tremendous game by A. Okoene with 23 points. T. Arceneaux added 14 and Adrii Jackson chimed in with 11 of her own.They open playoffs Monday, February 16th at Deer Park vs. Dobie. Stay tuned for more information!

 

 

Freshman Soccer On Pace For Best Season EVER??!

North Shore has been playing lights out all season! They were at it again as they moved past Deer Park (gold team) 3-0, this past Saturday here at home. Forward P. Trejo scored 2 goals during the second half of minute 19 and 35 (penalty). O. Reyes also scored in minute 21. the game awas bery physical and emotional but North Shore did a tremendous job!

 

 

Richmond Foster Pays a Visit To GPISD Stadium To Take On NS Girls Soccer

North Shore JV Girls Soccer defeated Richmond Foster Friday night in a non-district match, 1-0. E. Zamora was the lone scorer. Tatiana Marquez, who tore her ACL and MCL in April, competed in her first game back. Varsity also defeated Richmond Foster 1-0, the goal was scored by freshman Aeriana Lewis. Idalys Rea, our entire defense, and Narcedalia were stand-outs. District play continues next Tuesday vs Channelview.

 

 

Freshmen Tennis Team Completes Their First Tournament Wednesday At C.E. King

They had some tough competition, but all students were able to win games. A special congratulations goes out to the mixed doubles team of Aaylan Franco and Angela Mata, who made it to the finals of their bracket, and to Makayla Gordon who advanced to the semifinals in her girls singles bracket. Cheer these rookies on as they prepare to compete in two weeks at the Baytown Invitational! -Coach Shultz

 

 

Mustangs Boys Soccer Finishes Off The Bruins With 2 Shutouts

North Shore Boys JV Soccer beat Beaumont Westbrook 5-0. Leading the offense was Gerardo Mata who scored 3 goals and Humberto Perez who assisted on all 3. The Varsity boys followed the same recipe with 3-0 win. Although the Westbrook Bruins put up a fight, Enrique Gonzalez made sure his timely saves were the reason. They'll be back in action against Channelview next Tuesday as they try to go 2-0 to start district play

 

 

After Facing Beaumont Westbrook, NS Girls Soccer Keeps Winning

Girls JV soccer scored an early goal by E. Zamora to lead the Westbrook Bruins 1-0 until allowing a goal with 15' left in the match. The Lady Mustangs held possession well and worked hard as a team but ended with a tie. Varsity Girls began opened district play with a 4-0 win! Idalys Rea and J. Rivera scored on offense but it was their great defensive team that dominated. We'll see you this Friday, as they take on Richmond Foster HS AT GPISD Stadium.

 

 

 

 

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SPECTATOR EXPECTATIONS

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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