Butler, Brown, Drones headline All-District 10-5A-I teams


PEARLAND SHADOW CREEK — Shadow Creek junior quarterback Kyron Drones, who led his team to the 2019 Class 5A Division I state championship, has been selected as the Most Valuable Player on the All-District 10-5A-I football team by the league's coaches.

Shadow Creek head coach Brad Butler was selected as the District 10-5A-I "Coach of the Year" by his coaching Peers after leading his team to a perfect 16-0 record and a state title. Butler is now 31-1 as the head coach of Shadow Creek in only two years of varsity football. Butler was also named the Chronicle's "Coach of the Year" and the Touchdown Club of Houston also selected him with the same honor.

Drones was 199-of-345 passing for 3,390 yards and 46 touchdowns and 10 INTs. Drones also had 825 yards rushing on 134 carries for 18 TDs in leading the Sharks to a 16-0 record. Drones was also named Offensive MVP of the state championship game.

Sophomore Kelvon Brown was named as the Newcomer of the Year after he had 912 yards rushing on 155 carries while scoring 11 touchdowns. Brown also had 166 yards receiving on 11 catches and three TDs.

First-team offense included OL senior Damien Jackson, OL senior Greg Brown, and OL junior Caleb Leonard.

The Sharks had two wide receivers named to the first-team. They were junior Carlton Guidry (25 catches, 612 yards, 9 TDs) and senior Jared Jackson (36 grabs, 592 yards, 9 TDs).

Junior kicker Eric Landaverde was named to the first-team as the placekicker after he hit 61-of-64 PATs and booted 8-of-8 field goals for a total of 85 points. He was the second-leading scorer on the team.

Second-team offense included: OL senior Josh Martin, TB senior Jayveon Bell, and WR sophomore Randy Masters.

First-team defense for the Sharks included: DE senior Alec Bryant, DE senior Ronald Triplette, OLB senior Courtney Brown, OLB senior TJ Marshall, ILB senior Jeremiah Harris, ILB senior Warren Shankle, S junior Jaylen Lane, and S senior Jorge Jones.

Second-team defense included: DT senior Devante Johnson and OLB junior Terrence Cooks.

Friendswood Mustangs

Friendswood had seven players named to the first team. They were: Daniel Goolsby, sophomore, OL; Matthew Kovacevich, junior, TE; Christian Lee, senior, WR; Luke Grden, junior, P; Dane Roenne, senior, OLB; Connor Haines, senior, CB; Luke Sanchez, senior, S.

Named to the second team were: Ryan Mitchell, senior, OL; Noah Palitz, junior, RB; Luke Grden, junior, QB; Dawson Johnson, senior, WR; Matthew Reyes, sophomore, DE; Jonathan Farrell, senior, DT; Ryan Helton, senior, ILB.

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Brad Butler
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Alec Bryant
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Caleb Leonard
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Carlton Guidry
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Damien Jackson
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Greg Brown
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Jared Jackson
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Jaylen Lane
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Jeremiah Harris
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Jorge Jones
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Kelvon Brown
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Kyron Drones
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Ronald Triplette
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TJ Marshall
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Warren Shankle
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Eric Landaverde
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Courtney Brown
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Dane Roenne
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Connor Haines