VYPE Goose Creek August 2022


We l come Back !

It is exciting to be back for another school year. The student-athletes of Goose Creek CISD are ready to showcase their talents. We are proud of the accomplishments we had in the 2021-2022 season and look forward to continuing our relationship with VYPE to consistently promote our students. We have come a long way in the past several years, as we are able to provide our community with fall and spring versions of the VYPE magazine, as well as livestreaming several of our intra-district events. WE are so grateful to VYPE for allowing us to showcase the best and brightest in Goose Creek CISD. Throughout our athletic programs, we have incorporated five core values — enthusiasm, competition, college ready, community, and accountability. We have held each of our campus leaders responsible for incorporating these values into each one of our programs and holding our student athletes to a higher standard. The results have been outstanding, as we have accumulated a total of 44 scholarships, and almost 7,000 hours of community service throughout the district. All our coaches and kids have done a spectacular job of making sure our student athletes win; both on and off the field. Our campuses are also responsible for submitting reports after each grading period. Our office compiles that data and we create a competition among the schools for highest eligibility rate, and they are awarded a championship belt to display for the student body to see. So far, Sterling has dominated the competition, as they won every report card. At the junior high level, the competition has been extremely close as Horace Mann, Cedar Bayou (x2), and EF Green all shared the title. We look forward to another year as we continue to create a competitive culture with everything we do.

The actual competition has been even more exciting, as we have had 21 of our programs earn a place in postseason play. Among the postseason appearances from Sterling were volleyball (bi district), men’s cross country (regional), women’s basketball (bi district), swim team (regional), team tennis (regional semifinals), and individual tennis (regionals). Goose Creek Memorial sent women’s cross country (regional), team tennis (bi district), men’s basketball (regional quarter final), men’s soccer (area), women’s soccer (bi district), men’s track (regional), and women’s track (regional). Lee also had their share of appearances with women’s cross country (regional), men’s soccer (regional quarterfinal), men’s track (regional), and women’s track (regional). Aside from each of these amazing performances by our athletes, we saved the best for last; as we had four individuals perform at the State level. Tayler Edwards and Diana Moncada of Lee High School competed for a powerlifting State Championship in Corpus Christi, while Sergio Hinojosa of Goose Creek Memorial competed for a men’s powerlifting State Championship in Abilene. To top it all off, Sterling High School’s Cameron Chin captured a State Championship by posting a time of 47.05 in the 400m. As you can tell, there are wonderful things happening in Goose Creek that we are all immensely proud of. We will continue to improve and work to maximize the potential of our student athletes. Serving the district and the City of Baytown has been an honor and I look forward to seeing what the 2022-2023 season will bring. Lee Martinez Director of Athletics

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