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North Shore Mustangs heading to the playoffs, Defeat Channelview 62 – 0

#28 Zorhan Rideaux, Mustang senior wide receiver goes airborne catching quarterback Dematrius Davis’ pass. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Channelview , TX – Friday, November 8, 2019 at the Ray Maddry Memorial Stadium the North Shore Mustangs easily defeated the Channelview Falcons 62 – 0.

Coach Jon Kay’s Mustangs offense rushed for 365 yards and passed for 210 yards (575) and his defense held the Falcons to 83 rushing yards and 34 passing yards. They continued to have a high number of 9 penalties giving up 84 yards.


North Shore 54-25 over undefeated Westbrook

Mustang #14, Charles King wide receiver dives and stretches ball across the goal line scoring on a Dematrius Davis pass.
North Shore’s #3 Zach Evans gallops 64 yards for a touchdown. (Photos by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

BEAUMONT, TX. – Thursday, October 24 – The Mustangs remain undefeated in district play by beating the undefeated Westbrook Bruins 54 – 25.

Mustang Coach Jon Kay mixed up his offense using several players both rushing and pass receiving to never fall behind in the game. His special teams players shined and scored numerous times.

North Shore’s offense racked up 470 total yards with 267 yards rushing and 203 yards passing. Their defense allowed the Bruins to make 500 yards but not allowing them in the end zone enough to threaten their lead.

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North Shore Mustangs crush Baytown Sterling Rangers 63-0

Marcus Cockrell, on the Mustangs Special Team with a 64 yard touchdown punt return.

By Allan Jamail

Galena Park ISD Stadium – Friday, October 18, 2019 — The North Shore Mustangs easily defeated the Baytown Sterling Rangers 63 – 0 remaining undefeated in district play. The Mustangs offense kept the scoreboard lit up with 9 touchdowns (TD’s), with 433 total yards. They had 231 rushing yards and 202 passing yards.


Channelview beats Beaumont United 28-25 for Homecoming

Jona Granger was named Homecoming Queen and Kariri Gesora was named Homecoming King for Channelview High School.

The Fighting Falcons move to 2-2 in district and 4-3 overall in a Homecoming win against the Beaumont United Timberwolves last week. The Falcons racked up 321 yards rushing, led by Alton Lott and Dreak Thomas who had a touchdown each and 165 and 87 yards respectively.

The defense accounted for 2 interceptions by Kechone Berryman and Trevin Chandler.

The Falcons take on the C E King Panthers Friday, October 25th at 7 pm, at the Sheldon ISD Stadium.


North Shore Mustangs stampede over Deer Park 49-7

Mustangs running back Zach Evans crosses the goal for a touchdown. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Deer Park, TX. – Friday, October 11, 2019 at the Clyde Abshier Stadium, the Deer Park Deer were overwhelmed by 7 touchdowns (TD) from the visiting North Shore Mustangs in a district game, 49 to 7.

Coach Jon Kay’s Mustangs now have a 5 – 1 record, undefeated in district play. They led at halftime 35 – 0 and 49 – 0 after 3 quarters. Deer Park only made 1 touchdown coming in the 4th quarter.

Mustang wide receiver Shadrach Banks hauls in a 28 yard Dematrius Davis pass for a touchdown. (Photo by Allan Jamail)


North Shore Mustangs gallop past C.E. King Panthers 52-14

Mustang running back Zach Evans powers through Panthers defenders scoring one of his 3 touchdowns.

By Allan Jamail

October 4, 2019 — In the unincorporated northeast part of Harris County at the new Sheldon ISD C. E. King Panther stadium, the North Shore Mustangs dominated the district game on offense and defense, making 7 touchdowns (TD) and one field goal, 52 – 14.

Coach Jon Kay had his North Shore team playing so well they led at halftime 45 – 0. After halftime, Kay began using his backup players, getting them valuable playing time and experience.


North Shore wins homecoming game against La Porte 56 – 3

Dematrius Davis, #9 North Shore’s junior quarterback stretches the ball across the goal as he makes one of his three touchdowns defeating La Porte Bulldogs 56-3. (Photo by Allan Jamail)

By Allan Jamail

Galena Park ISD Stadium – Friday, September 27, 2019, the North Shore Mustangs, before thousands of homecoming fans, watched their team defeat the La Porte Bulldogs, 56 – 3.

Coach Jon Kay had his Mustang offense and defense playing near perfect football, garnering 531 yards combined passing and rushing yards and with only one penalty. His stingy defense kept the Bulldogs offensive to a mere 74 yards in their first district victory.


Galena Park Yellow Jackets lose District Opener

Photo by Allan Jamail

Patrick Hernandez Jr, Galena Park (GP) Yellow Jackets receiver, crosses the goal line, leaving a Port Arthur defender tumbling to the turf. Hernandez scored the only touchdown for GP on a 51 yard pass from quarterback Francisco Villalobos. Port Arthur won the district game 27 – 8.

Coach Spiro Amarantos’ Galena Park Yellow Jackets has an away district game with the New Caney Eagles on Friday, October 4 at 7 PM at the Randall Reed Stadium: 21360 Valley Ranch Pkwy — New Caney, Texas 77357.

SHELDON ISD: Homecoming King & Queen

C. E. King senior Sabrina Hernandez was crowned 2019 KHS Homecoming Queen and Bryson Washington was selected as Homecoming King before last Saturday’s inaugural varsity football game at Sheldon ISD Panther Stadium. (Courtesy photo / SHELDON ISD YEARBOOK STAFF.)

New stadium site of Panther win 34-7


North Shore stuns Westfield with Hail Mary field goal, wins 24-21

North Shore’s field goal kicker John Villalobos split the goal posts defeating Westfield as the clock expired 24 -21.

By Allan Jamail

Friday, September 13, 2019 at the Galena Park ISD football stadium, the North Shore Mustangs came from behind late in the fourth quarter to tie the game 21 to 21. A Westfield fumble gave North Shore the ball with less than a minute. They moved the ball within field goal range for kicker John Villalobos, who kicked the game winning 3 points in a thriller, beating the Westfield Mustangs 24 -21.

It’s not over till it’s over. In a similar game ending play, North Shore won the Football State Championship over Duncanville from a Hail Mary Pass, 41-36. (more…)