North Shore captures another Texas high school football title

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For the third time in the last four years, North Shore is a high school football state champ in the the largest classification in Texas. And, for the third time in four years, the Mustangs beat Duncanville to grab the gold.

Saturday, at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, North Shore beat Duncanville 17-10 for the Class 6A Division I championship.

Like the last two battles, this one was a close battle. The game was tied at 10-10 with just over three minutes to play when North Shore freshman QB Khaleb Bailey connected with David Amador for a 39-yard touchdown ended-up being the game-winner.

In theĀ 2018 championship game, North Shore won on a game-endingĀ Hail MaryĀ pass, North Shore beat Duncanville 31-17Ā in 2019.

Saturday’s game was watched by 42,544 fans.

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