HUMBLE - North Shore looked dominant from the, even though it was delayed by an hour, get-go.
In a blink it was 28-0.
"That was the plan all week," Davis said. "Coaches told us we had to punch first, [Atascocita] is a great offensive team and we knew we had to punch first at them. We just got the job done."
In a flash the game was over - North Shore winning 63-14, finishing the regular season 10-0 and clinching the District 21-6A Championship.
"The ability to sit in the locker room and get off their routine and still come out and execute, if there's anything we've been this year, it's been mature," North Shore head coach Jon Kay said. "You can argue about if we've been good or bad at times but they've been mature consistently."
Next week the Mustangs have off before heading into the 2020 playoffs with aspirations of capturing the program's third-straight state title in January.