Fort Bend Hightower hopes for a Halloween night trick-or-treat upset of 2nd-ranked Shadow Creek…
Shadow Creek strikes first as Kyron(Ky-ron) Drones connects with CJ Guidry right at the pylon, it’s a 10-yard touchdown pass, Sharks lead 10-nothing.
Then it’s the Shadow Creek defense stepping up, as TJ Marshall tips the pass in the air to himself and pulls it down for the interception, and he has a convoy of blockers in front of him to escort him into the end zone for a pick six, Sharks up 17-0.
Still in the first, Drones feels the rush, so he buys himself time, and eventually fires a dart to Greg Hancock, it’s a 15-yard touchdown pass play and Shadow Creek leads 24-0 after one.
Hightower’s defense finally comes up with a big play, as Kadarion Johnson forces the fumble, and after a number of players have a chance to recover it, Jakari Landry eventually comes up with the loose ball for the takeaway, and that leads to a Hurricanes field goal.
But the Sharks offense doesn’t stay down for long, Drones finds Hancock in the end zone for their second touchdown connection of the night, Shadow Creek leads 38-3 at halftime.
In the third, it’s Shadow Creek’s Kelvon Brown with the nice move to bounce it to the outside, he scampers in from 9 yards out, and Shadow Creek wraps up its second consecutive district title with a 54-9 win over Hightower.