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Ladycat Basketball Camp

Summer 2021 Girls Bball Camp Flyer[14674] This summer the Ladycats will be having a Basketball camp June 7-10th. This will be held for all age groups. The cost is $50.00. Checks can be written out to GP Athletics Fund or you can pay online through the registration form. If you are an incoming 9th-12th grade

Girls Varsity Soccer 1-0 against Flour Bluff

Girls Varsity Soccer won Regional quarter finals The Girls had scored their one and only winning goal during the 70th minute over Flour Bluff. Way to go Ladycats and keep Pushing!      

GP Track District Champs

The Boys won District this past Thursday! If you see any of the boys please congratulate them. They all have worked so hard this year and they are off to Area this coming April 14th.

Varsity Golf News!

The Boys Varsity Golf Team took 1st place yesterday at this years Calallen Golf Tournament.  Earning individual owners were Haden Hardwick 1st place score all around (76) And Clayton Cates 3rd please score all around. (79)

Region Championship for Swimming

Senior and Captain Eliana Dykehouse represented GP at the Region VIII Championships this past weekend.  Eliana finished in third place in this highly competitive meet in the 50 free with a blazing fast time of 25.02 s.  She won the silver medal in the 100 butterfly with a 59.00.  Due to the pandemic, only the

Welcome Coach Davis!

t’s Day # 1 @ for G-P Athletic Director / Head Football Coach Brent Davis, and our Superintendent, Dr. Michelle Cavazos, was up early to make sure he has everything he needs to start strong! Special thanks to Felicia Talamantez and Audrey Saenz for working so hard the last few weeks to help prepare for

Wildcat Swim News

Congratulation to the water cats on an outstanding performance at the District 30 Swim Championships at CCISD.  Captain Eliana Dykehouse won the silver medal for the 100 fly and the bronze for the 50 freestyle.  She will be representing GP this Friday at the Region at Championships in both events, fighting to make the State


Last week Gregory Portlands Boys and Girls Powerlifting teams headed to Port Lavaca High School.  Both the boys and the girls teams competed extremely hard. On the boys side, lots of younger lifters got experience in what was an extremely competitive setting, and although they didn’t win, they competed their tails off. On the girls