September 26, 2007

North Shore program loaded again

The North Shore Mustangs under the direction of head coach David Aymond have become one of the more feared 5A programs in the state of Texas. With 10 regular season wins expected, a season that has reached goals for the Mustangs is playing into the last two or three weeks of the season with a state championship being the ultimate goal. If the future prospects in the program are considered to be the difference makers for long playoff runs, the Mustangs future is looking bright.

The Mustangs are coming off of an 11-1 season and look to be headed to bigger and better things in 2007. North Shore is 3-0 with wins over Aldine, Aldine Eisenhower and The Woodlands behind a powerful offense that is scoring around 40 points per game.

While senior quarterback Jeremiah McGinty has been the player in the highlights and filling the box score, he receives a lot of help from a talented and young offense.

Junior tight end Barrett Matthews has been a difference maker in the run game for the Mustangs. The 6-1.5, 215-pound tight end has been dominant with a combination of very good footwork, a nasty attitude, and the athletic ability to seal and drive defenders (playside linebacker in the option game) with a very strong upper and lower body sustaining very good leverage.

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