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HS Coach of the Week: Week 3


This week's Houston Texans 5A Coach of the Week Award goes to head coach David Aymond of North Shore High School. With the Mustangs 28-21 victory over Lufkin, they broke South Carroll's state record of 72 regular season wins. Leading North Shore's record breaking win was receiver Deandrew White who had seven receptions for 130 yards and one score. North Shore looks to extend their record winning streak when they face Port Arthur Memorial on Friday.

This week's Houston Texans 4A-under Coach of the Week award goes to head coach Finis Vanover of Angleton High School. Angleton this week went out and won two district games. On Monday, they defeated La Marque for the first time in 20 years, by a score of 28-14. Then on Saturday, the Wildcats turned around and defeated 4A power Friendswood 28-25. The Wildcats look to continue their hot streak against Dawson on Friday.

This week's third Coach of the Week award goes to head coach Ron Holmes of Galveston Ball High School. The Tornadoes, who haven't been on the field since September 5th, played a tough game but eventually fell 17-7 to Clear Creek. Coach Holmes was able to get his team together and play a game just weeks after Hurricane Ike hit Galveston. Ball will play Clear Springs this weekend.

North Shore High School, Galveston Ball High School, and Angleton High School will each receive a $500 grant in their coach's name for winning the Texans Coach of the Week Award. Also, each coach will be recognized on and, and on the video board at Reliant Stadium. Coach Aymond, coach Holmes and coach Vanover will also be invited to a Texans home game later on in the season and will be recognized at the Texans High School Coach of the Year Banquet after the season. Fox Sports Net Houston and the US Army are associate sponsors of the Texans Coach of the Week Program.

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