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North Shore Mustangs Game Photos

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The last play of the State Championship game between North Shore Mustangs and Duncanville Panthers, Mustangs AJ Carter (#4) rips the ball free from two defenders for the game winning touchdown from quarterback Dematrius Davis’ 45 yard pass. Mustangs 41 – Panthers 36 (Photo: Fox Sports)

Photos below by Allan and Linda Jamail

Coach Jon Kay holds Championship trophy with Nation’s number one rated Mustang team.
Mustang receiver Shadrach Banks scores on a 80 yard touchdown pass from QB Dematrius Davis leaving a failing defender on the turf. This set a new record for the longest passing touchdown in championship history.
Keyoon Stewart, North Shore’s defensive back makes a game saving tackle near the Mustangs goal line on Panthers quarterback Ja’Quinden Jackson.
Mustangs Coach Kay’s trick play using Defensive Lineman Jordan Revels on offense, scoring off a Dematrius Davis pass.

Tears of joy from both Coach Jon Kay and receiver Ajani Carter after the emotional game winning Hail Mary pass. Kay said, “The Mustangs practice this play every week, we work on it Thursdays before a Friday game, and it’s called a Hail Mary for a reason — somebody’s living right.”
Sophomore quarterback Dematrius Davis named MVP Offensive Player of the game. His 45 yard Hail Mary touchdown pass on the final play of the game to AJ Carter made 6A Championship history for making 5 touchdown passes in a game.
Jordan Revels holding his MVP Defensive player of the game award. On a trick play the heavy built defensive lineman went in on one offensive play, catching the Panthers off-guard, QB Davis hit him for a touchdown pass. The second time this season Coach Kay used the same play successfully.
AJ Carter proudly showing his gold championship medal. Carter caught QB Davis’ history making fifth touchdown pass of the game.

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