GALENA PARK – For the first 24 minutes, it looked like North Shore of 2018.
Powerful defense, big-play offense and taking a two-touchdown lead into halftime along with the momentum of being up on Katy.
For the final 24 minutes, Katy looked like the state-championship-caliber program that the state of Texas and the country has come to know – pound the rock and play lights out defense.
Katy came back from a 21-7 halftime deficit, fueled by Ronald Hoff Jr.'s 206 yards and a touchdown to upend No. 1 North Shore 24-21 in the season opener on Thursday at Galena Park ISD Stadium.
It's on to the next. The excitement kicks off now as Matt Malatesta releases his Super 70 for the Class of 2020.
North Shore's Zach Evans leads the class as a program-changing running back, but it's the bigs who stealing the show.
Thirteen of the Top 70 prospects are offensive linemen and 10 are defensive linemen.