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Galena Park Lady Volleyball District Champions

By Allan Jamail

October 25, 2022 – The Galena Park Lady Yellowjackets (GPLY) varsity volleyball team won the 5A district title against visiting HISD’s girls Sharpstown Apollos. Head Coach Mary DeFiore’s ladies ended their regular season with an impressive 94 percent district winning record (17 district wins and 1 loss).

After winning the district title they advanced into the 2022 UIL 5A Regions 3 & 4 Texas Volleyball Girls Varsity State Championship Contest.

Pct. 2 opens Mental Health Services POD

Access2Health Smart Pod is the third mobile clinic to open in Precinct 2

Harris County, TX — Monday, October 31, 2022 – Commissioner Garcia was joined by Baylor College of Medicine, Catholic Charities, and The Harris Center to celebrate the ribbon cutting for the third ACCESS2HEALTH Smart Pod in Precinct 2. The Smart Pod will bring mental health services to the community regardless of ability to pay. The event took place at 2:30 p.m.

Officials at the Ribbon Cutting were Commissioner Adrian Garcia; Dr. Sharmila Anandasabapathy, Baylor College of Medicine; Cynthia Colbert, Catholic Charities; Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee; and Wayne Young, The Harris Center.

North Shore Mustangs have Perfect Season – 10-0

NS Mustangs 56 – Kingwood Mustangs 7

By Allan Jamail

November 4, 2022- GPISD Stadium – Head Coach Jon Kay’s Mustangs captured the District 21 – 6A – Div. 1 Region 3 title with an unblemished 10 – 0 record against Kingwood (56 – 7).

Kay and his coaching staff after the season started have had some significant challenges.

Last year’s state championship star quarterback (QB) Kaleb Bailey had a season- ending injury after 4 games this season. That forced Kay to switch his star receiver David Amador into playing quarterback. Amador heads into the 6 game state championship playoffs with only four starts at QB.

Meet North Channel area’s “Top Cop”

HIGHLANDS – Captain Nathan Douglas of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office was a guest speaker at the weekly Rotary club luncheon last week.

Captain Douglas spoke about the current state of policing and crime in our society, and of his own career in law enforcement.

Douglas is Captain over the Patrol District III, where he has worked for over 31 years. This district extends from Huffman on the north, to Pasadena and almost to Pearland on the south.

Douglas is a native of Clear Lake and keeps busy in off-hours as assistant chief of the Seabrook Volunteer Fire Department.


North Shore 16 – Atascocita 13

By Allan Jamail

Humble, TX. – Turner Stadium, Thursday, October 27, 2022 – It was a classic high school football battle for supremacy in a district championship title game between two unbeaten district rivals. Trust me the thousands of fans that packed the stadium were emotionally charged up until the game’s ending. At one point fans on each side of the packed stands got into a shouting battle much like the battle of the bands. Just when one side would shout their team’s rally slogan the opposite stand would try to out shout the other with their team’s slogan, this went on and on.

With Atascocita aware when weeks before North Shore lost their starting quarterback Kaleb Bailey for the season they were anxious to take down the reigning state champs. Backup quarterback David Amador and the Eastside Boys had something else in mind for the Eagles, he ran 46 yds for a TD and passed for a TD. Carlos Dominguez kicked a 3 point field goal.


Eagles QB plays in Houston Thursday night

CHANNELVIEW – The community and the School District want to honor the accomplishments of their favorite son, Quarterback Jalen Hurts, with a huge public celebration this Thursday night, November 3rd at Ray Maddry Memorial Stadium.

The public is invited to the party, even though Hurts will be playing that evening in NRG Stadium and is not expected to attend the CVISD celebration. A video message from Jalen Hurts will take place on the big scoreboard screen at the Channelview ISD stadium.