Shadow Creek storms past Texas City 59-0
SHADOW CREEK — Shadow Creek traveled to Texas City and steamrolled the Stingarees 59-0 to stay perfect on the season at 5-0 and 2-0 in district.
Texas City (1-4, 0-2) was no match for the much faster and athletic Sharks as head coach Brad Butler saw his gridiron warriors virtually score whenever they wanted.
The Sharks took less than a minute on their from possession as quarterback Jamarian George fired a scoring pass to Ashton O'Connor that burned the Texas City secondary for a 56-yard scoring bomb. Ian Hart kicked the PAT and Shadow Creek had a 7-0 lead with 11:22 left in the first quarter.
Shadow Creek struck quickly after forcing a Texas City punt as Marquez Huland scored on a 63-yard jaunt to give the Sharks a 14-0 advantage with 8:58 showing on the first quarter clock.
The second quarter was not better for Texas City as the Sharks found multiple ways to score on both sides of the ball.
Kealon Jackson pushed the lead to 21-0 when he snagged a 23-yard scoring pass from George with 9:22 left in the second quarter.
It took only seven seconds for the Sharks to make the score 28-0 when Jassiyah Alvarez picked up a Texas City fumble and rambled 29-yards for another score at the 9:15 mark.
Less than two minutes later, the Sharks were back in the pay station when Xavion Alford picked off a pass and returned it 46-yards for another touchdown making the score 35-0 with 7:29 left in the second.
With 3:24 left before halftime, Shadow Creek struck again when George found Carlton Guidry open for a 42-yard scoring pass making the score 42-0 at intermission.
George Ezechukwu put 3-points on the board in the third quarter on a 27-yard field goal for a 45-0 lead.
Backup quarterback Kyron Drones closed out the scoring for the Sharks with a 35-yard scoring pass to Jahkin Middleton and a 36-yard scoring strike to Isaiah Harper to push the final score to 59-0.
George hit 10-of-13 passing for 224 yards and three TDs. Drones was 5-for-5 passing for 103 yards and two scores.
Huland gained 80 yards on four carries for one score.
Guidry caught four passes for 93 yards and one score. Jackson grabbed five passes for 67 yards and one TD.
Shadow Creek will host Ball High on Friday, October 12 at 7:00 p.m. at Freedom Field.