Press "Enter" to skip to content

Posts published in “Sports”

Mustangs race past Kingwood 56-0, JV red team dominates 44-7

#25 Demico Prince Junior Varsity (JV) Mustang scores TD against Kingwood JV. (Photo by Allan Jamail) MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 6

Humble, TX. — Thursday, October 7, 2021 at Turner Stadium, Head Coach Jon Kay’s Eastside boys made 8 touchdowns and a field goal to corral the Kingwood Mustangs 56-0 in district play. North Shore players, cheerleaders, and Scarlet’s dance team wore pink to support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

The NS Mustangs offense tallied up 462 yards; 254 yds rushing and 208 yds passing, with 20 first downs. TDs were made by: David Amador – 1, Jhalyn Bailey – 2, Kaleb Bailey – 1, Aubrey Broussard – 1, Jonas Joseph – 1, and Xavier Owens – 2. Carlos Dominguez kicked a field goal and the extra points. They’ve made 314 points this season.

North Shore has a brother duo on offense, senior wide receiver Jhalyn Bailey and younger brother freshman quarterback Kaleb Bailey. Kaleb led the passing game, completing 78 percent of his passes for 109 yds and a TD and ran for a TD.

NS Mustangs win Homecoming 68 – Humble Wildcats 6

Principal Dr. Joe Coleman, Queen Rebecca Portillo & King Tommy Gomez. (Photo by Linda Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Houston, TX — October 1, 2021 — GPISD Stadium — Head Coach Jon Kay, with his experienced assistant coaches, led the Mustangs football team to their second consecutive district win, besting the Humble Wildcats 68-6 with 10 touchdowns (TDs).

Kay’s offensive team’s passing game is showing an improvement. Junior quarterback Wyndell Mitchell completed 70 percent of his passes for 158 yards (yds), but the running game continues to be the strength for his offense, making 433 yds and 9 TDs combining for 591 yds.

The Eastside Boys’ defense shutdown Humble’s offense, holding them to only 58 total yds in the game. Junior defensive back Jacoby Davis intercepted a Wildcat pass for a TD. The Wildcats lone score came from a blocked punt return for a TD.


Leo Garcia, (260 lbs) #73 Yellowjacket defensive lineman standout in the game sacks Marlins quarterback #1 Damon Jones Jr. (156 lbs) for a loss of yards. He led the defense with 13 tackles and made several critical stops, but none as important at his tackle to stop the Marlins 2 point-conversion attempt at the end of the game with seconds left which gave GP their 1 point victory (42-41). (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

September 24, 2021, GPISD Stadium — Head Coach Spiro Amarantos, together with a talented group of assistant coaches, led the Yellowjackets (Jackets) football team to their second consecutive district win, besting the Houston Madison Marlins 42-41.

Galena Park (GP) is continuing to show noticeable gains in both offense and defense. The players are showing they have the discipline to be coached into another winning season and to reach the playoffs again.

NS Mustang’s trot past Beaumont Bruins 44-7

By Allan Jamail

Beaumont, TX. – Friday, Sept. 24, 2021 – North Shore’s “Eastside Boys” football team traveled to Beaumont Memorial Stadium, home of the Bruins, and trounced their first district opponent, the West Brook team 44-7.

Head Coach Jon Kay’s Mustang’s offense has been sluggish except for their last two games, racking up 102 points together. They made 6 touchdowns (TDs) and a field goal. They made 25 first downs to the Bruins’ 13, while compiling 545 yards.

NS Mustangs gallop past Klein Oaks 58-34

Mustang #32 Xavier Owens runs 48 yards and drags a Panther defender across the goal for 1 of his 2 TD’s. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

On Friday, September 17, 2021 at the GPISD stadium, the North Shore Mustangs, in their first home game of the season, bounced back after last week’s loss to Westfield. They easily put away the Klein Collins Panthers 58 – 34.

Mustangs Head Coach Jon Kay’s Eastside team continues to rack up costly penalties. This year’s team already has in just 4 games 21 penalties giving up 230 yards. Next week they travel to the always tough Beaumont Westbrook Bruins. Penalties may make the difference in who gets their first District win. They’re both 3-1 in non-district play.


SEE ARROW ON BALL: Mutstang receiver #84-Joseph Richard hauls in a 19 yard touchdown pass. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Spring, Texas — September 10, 2021, Planet Ford Stadium — The GPISD North Shore Mustangs marked up a loss in a non-district game to the Spring Westfield Mustangs 27-21. Coach Jon Kay’s offense continues to sputter, and this time it led to their defeat.

Coach Kay has always strived for an aggressive offense and defense, but without costly penalties. So far, however, this squad in just 3 games has had 15 penalties costing 160 yards. Several of the offensive penalties led to creating too many yards to make up for the offense, forcing them to have to turn the ball over. The defensive penalties was just as costly, several giving their opponent extra offensive possessions.

GP Yellowjackets 21; Fort Bend Marshall 48

SEE ARROW ON BALL – #10 Bernardo Vazquez (center) wrestles 2 defenders off the ball for a great pass reception, landing on the goal line. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Houston, TX. — September 9, 2021 — Coach Spiro Amarantos’ home team Yellowjackets couldn’t keep up with the high powered Fort Bend Marshall Buffaloes and lost 48 to 21.

The Buffaloes once again picked to win their district and to be in the State Championship title game. They showed why they should be.

Galena Park is showing they’ve made noticeable gains in offense and defense from last season, and will be a strong playoff contender with 7 games remaining.

NS Mustangs Defense Tramples Tigers 34-7

Mustang’s #8 junior David Amador scores the game’s first touchdown (TD) under a minute into the game on this 57 yard scramble. He played 3 positions in the game: quarterback, running back and wide receiver. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

September 3, 2021 — Spring, TX — The North Shore Mustangs traveled to the Klein ISD Memorial Stadium to take on the Klein Collins Tigers. Early in the game it was obvious the Mustangs’ defense would once again destroy another 6A offensive unit. Before the half, the East Side Boys led 24 – 7; at game’s end, the rout was 34 -7.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SEASON OPENER: NS Mustangs Defense Destroys Sharks 33-10

Mustang’s speedster #21 Damon Ford blasts through an opening at the goal-line for a 4th quarter TD, the 5th of the game for North Shore. (Allan Jamail Photo)

By Allan Jamail

ROSHARON, TX. – On 7 PM Friday, August 27, 2021, at Freedom Stadium, the Galena Park ISD North Shore Mustangs easily defeated the Alvin ISD Shadow Creek Sharks 33-10.

Head Coach Jon Kay said months ago — after losing his premier offense, led by Auburn-bound quarterback and 4-year starter Dematrius Davis, as well as receiver Shadrack Banks to TCU — that he’ll lean on his experienced defense to keep them in the win column until the new offense, led by two junior quarterbacks, can materialize as a productive unit.

The Eastside Boys’ defense performed as Kay wanted; they destroyed the Sharks’ offense, making 4 interceptions, two of those for pick-six touchdowns. The stampeding defense relentlessly chased Sharks quarterback Duke Butler all night — he could only complete 8 of 23 passes (35%) — and held their running game to minus yards gained, 21 attempts for 14 yards with only 5 first downs.



PASADENA, Texas — The San Jacinto College baseball team ended the 2021 season finishing third at the Alpine Bank Junior College (JUCO) World Series last month in Junction, Colorado.

San Jac finished the season 51-15 overall after winning the Region XIV Tournament. The team’s JUCO world series appearance is the 27th in program history.

“I am extremely proud of what this team has accomplished,” said Head Coach Tom Arrington. “They were a team that faced many adversities, but remained diligent in the work ethic and support of one another. Win or lose, they will always be a championship team.”

San Jac Softball finishes #3 in national tourney

PASADENA, Texas — The San Jacinto College softball team finished the 2021 season with a third place finish at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national tournament last month in Yuma, Arizona.

San Jac finished the season 43-10 overall after winning the Region XIV Tournament. The third place national finish is the highest ever in school history (five appearances).

“I am extremely proud of our entire team,” said Head Coach Kelly Saenz. “These girls put everything they had into this season, facing some talented teams, to finish as one of the top three at the national tournament. I appreciate their dedication and work ethic throughout the entire season, and applaud them on a job well done.”