UTEP commit Ajani Carter caught the game-winning pass. 

By Michael Shapiro
December 23, 2018

The last game of the 2018 Texas high school football season ended with a bang on Saturday, when North Shore pulled off a buzzer-beater Hail Mary to defeat Duncanville in the Class 6A Division I Championship at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. 

North Shore trailed Duncanville 36-35 with three seconds remaining, lining up just ahead of midfield. Sophomore QB Demartrius Davis shuffled up the pocket to Duncanville's 45-yard-line and heaved up a prayer, flying the ball to the back right corner of the end zone.

In a sea of hands, UTEP commit Ajani Carter rose out of the crowd, snagging a game-winning catch to give the Houston-area high school its third state championship in a 41-36 win.

Watch Carter's game-winning catch below:


Davis was named the game's offensive MVP, throwing for 333 yards and five touchdowns. Perhaps the Cowboys can use some of North Shore's late-game magic in the NFC Playoffs come January.

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