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  • GPHS Boys Basketball vs Texas City

    The JV team fought, scraped and grappled in a tight 56-60 overtime loss to Texas City. The game was a dog-fight throughout as the first quarter ended with a 12-12 tie and the second quarter ended with a 24-26 Stingaree lead. The Yellowjackets took control in the third with excellent defense leading to quick transition points and giving them a 44-31 lead at the end of three. The fourth quarter was the Stingaree’s quarter as they poured in 23 points and held G.P. to only 10 ending regulation with a 54-54 tie.

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  • North Shore Mustangs Girls Take First Place at Tournament

    Congratulations to the North Shore Girls Soccer team for winning the 1-10 Shootout Tournament. The girls played an amazing series of games to win the championship, and Rosie Salvo was awarded the All Tournament designation. North Shore Girls JV team also won 2nd place in the Creek Classic. These teams are getting a great start on what is sure to be an outstanding season. Go Mustangs!

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  • Miracle In Texas

    The North Shore Mustangs defeated Duncanville on Saturday, December 22, 2018 at AT&T Stadium. AJ Carter receives a 45-yard touchdown pass from Dematrius Davis as time expired, giving North Shore a 41-36 win over Duncanville. Congratulations to the UIL State 6A D1 State Champions!

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  • GPHS Girls Basketball vs Goose Creek

    The varsity found themselves on the wrong end of a Goose Creek “buzz saw” press as Memorial’s defense led to 44 first quarter points versus 2 G.P. points. The Yellowjackets did manage to tighten up their defense in the second half but a much bigger and much more physical Memorial team just kept pounding away ending the game with a 15-83 victory. Freshman, Haven Hernandez was the player of the game as she had to battle the “bigs” down low where she came up with 7 rebounds, 1 steal, and 6 blocked shots. Aniya Eason led the G.P. scorers with 4 points.

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  • WAMS Boys Basketball vs Cunningham

    The Black team struggled mightily on both offense and defense against Cunningham Middle as the Wildcats defeated WAMS 13-62. The Hornets played hard but just couldn’t overcome the prowess of the Wildcats and the deficit mounted early in the game.

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  • WAMS Girls Basketball vs Baytown

    The Black team was shutout by Baytown Junior High School last week. The Hornets gave up 20 points in the 0-20 loss. Baytown’s aggressive play stymied the Hornets and caused problems all game. Andrea Coreas continues to be the standout player for the Hornets as she leads her team with big hustle plays and her knowledge of the game.

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  • Additional Security Measures

    Middle school and elementary school students will only be allowed entry into the stadium with an accompanying adult. Students will still be allowed to sit in student sections together, as long as this does not result in any type of disruptive behavior. We thank you for your cooperation and support as we work together to maintain a safe and secure environment at the Galena Park ISD stadium while cheering on our students.

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  • Enhanced Security Procedures at GPISD Venues & Facilities

    Our district is committed to maintaining safe and secure environments for our students, staff, parents, visitors and community members. This commitment extends beyond our campus sites to include other district venues and facilities. Please expect enhanced security procedures at the Galena Park ISD stadium and other district events this coming year. While many may consider these enforcements insignificant, inconvenient or unnecessary, each procedure contributes to the overall safety and security of the facility and event.

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  • Expectations for Spectator Behavior

    As a part of a larger commitment to excellence and education, Galena Park ISD is committed to excellence in all of our athletic programs. Participation in athletics encourages the development of positive character traits, which contributes to students’ personal growth and success in life.

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  • WAMS Practice and Game Schedule

    Due to construction Woodland Acres Middle School practices and games will be held at the North Shore 9th Grade Campus for the 2018-2019 school year.

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  • Revtrak

    Parents, you may pay for your student's athletic physicals online by utilizing Revtrak.

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