ARLINGTON – North Shore defeated Duncanville for the second consecutive season in the state title game. The final score was 31-17.
Here’s how things played out:
North Shore’s Dematrius Davis dashed 30 yards for the touchdown. The Mustangs led 7-0.
Duncanville got on the board later in the quarter. Roderick Daniels scored 7-7.
North Shore kicked a field goal pushing them ahead, 10-7.
Then, Duncanville’s freshman QB Chris Parson completed a 6-yard touchdown run, 14-10 Duncanville.
North Shore answered with under two minutes to play in the second quarter.
Roger Hagar completed a short run for a touchdown. The Mustangs led 17-14.
The game was tied at 17 at the half.
North Shore’s special teams completed a huge play. Duncanville punter couldn’t handle the snap, and the Mustangs jump on it.
Then, Hagar ran for a short yard touchdown. Mustangs led 24-17.
By the end of the quarter, North Short led 24-17.
Davis secured one more big play this season. He found a wide-open Charles King over the middle of the field, who snagged a 44-yard touchdown.
That touchdown put the game on ice for the Mustangs, who led 31-17.
On Duncanville’s final possession, facing 4th and 12, the defense came up with a huge sack of Parson.
North Shore beats Duncanville for the 2nd consecutive season in the state title game. The final score was 31-17.