Now, the winning members of that thrilling state title game are shining brighter with some new jewelry.
Players showed off their bejeweled hardware to VYPE Houston, capping off a 16-0 season and the victory over Duncanville in the 6A Division I State Championship.
North Shore's Shadrach Banks, who caught the pass, which broke the state record for longest receiving touchdown in a game, summed up that play in only three words to ABC13.
"I felt good," Banks said.
Some of the Mustangs also spent the weekend taking part in a special photoshoot for VYPE's upcoming high school football issue.
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