Galveston County high school soccer scores and player statistics


Texas City 4, Dickinson 0


On a frigid Friday night, the Texas City Lady Stings caught fire in the second half to log an impressive win over their county rival Dickinson Lady Gators.

After a scoreless first half, Texas City got a goal early in the second half and fed off that energy from their.

The Lady Stings' first goal was taken down the line and pulled back by Amanda Valdez, who then fed Karissa Victoria for the goal.

Freshman Skylar Hernadez sent a ball into the box, which was followed in by Victoria for a 2-0 lead and her second goal.

Valdez managed to get a goal of her own, and the Lady Stings wrapped up their scoring with a 35-yard bomb into the back of the net by Yessenia Peraza.

Texas City's next match will be its District 23-5A opener, as the Lady Stings face Ball High at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Kermit Courville Stadium.

The Lady Gators will try to dust themselves off in their next match, which will be 7 p.m. Tuesday at home against Angleton.


Clear Creek 6, Lutheran South 0 (Jan. 11)


The Clear Creek Wildcats kicked off their home tournament Thursday morning with a resounding win over Lutheran South.

The Wildcats started with two goals by forward Jason Keyzer and one goal by midfielder Dylan Hinds in the first half. Second half goals started with one by midfielder David Perez on a beautiful cross from defender Andre Caro. Five minutes later, Caro scored on a free kick from the 30-yard line right into the goal.

Great defense as usual by the entire Wildcats defense and goalkeepers Trystan Dobson and Lucian Jurnalov kept the game to a shutout.

North Shore 3, Clear Creek 1 (Jan. 11)


At a rainy Veteran's Memorial Stadium against North Shore Mustangs, Clear Creek had its first loss of the season a tough Mustang team Thursday afternoon.

The Mustangs scored two quickly in the first half, but the Clear Creek defense toughened up and kept them scoreless the rest of the rain-filled half.

Rain delays slowed the game and North Shore scored one more in the second half, but the Wildcats scored to avoid a shutout. Midfielder Kaden Lovett scored Clear Creek's only goal on a penalty kick after forward Jason Keyzer got tackled in the box.

Editor's note: Will be updated if more information becomes available.

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