Author: Dustin Zhou

Lions Baseball Roughed Up

By Kevin S. After three consecutive rainouts to begin the season, the Galileo baseball team were looking for a strong start, but unfortunately, they lost their first 2 games by mercy rule (being down...

Recent Alumni Return to Coach

By Matthew T. Three former students from Galileo’s class of 2018 returned this year to help coach on team’s they had just played on the year before. All 3 coaches wanted to come back...

Flag Starts Title Defense Strong

By: Leo D. The Galileo Lionesses flag football started off the season with narrow 8-6 victory against the Lincoln Mustangs on Friday, March 1st. Showing off their championship caliber defense from last year, the...

Football Field White Out

Last Friday, the 15th, an unexpected weather change occurred during 4th period as a steady rain suddenly turned to hail. Small pellets of hail covered the entire football field, making the field look like...

7 Day Challenge – Not Doing My Hair

By: Antonio H. A new year brings new year’s resolutions, and the Galileopress staff wanted to take the opportunity of a fresh start to take on a 7-day challenge. The challenges were meant to break...

Lions Shutout Bulldogs

By: Leo L. The Galileo Lions boys soccer team had a dominating 4-0 shutout win against Wallenberg Bulldogs on Thursday, January 24th. With the win, the Lions are now tied for first with Balboa...

Lions Lose 4 Straight

The Galileo boys varsity team was desperate for a win on Thursday, January 10th against the Lowell Cardinals in order to try to get their season moving in the right direction, however, a slow...