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Shadow Creek lining up for historic season as Sharks remain undefeated

Of course the Sharks are looking to win all of their games Vype

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There was a lot of unknowns when it came to Shadow Creek entering the program's first-ever varsity season.

The players had only faced junior varsity squads the past two seasons. The team had fared well in those campaigns going 5-3 in 2017 and 7-2 in 2016.

But what would happen when the Sharks went head-to-head with a varsity program.

Well, since the season-opening 43-7 victory against Summer Creek all Shadow Creek has done is win.

Shadow Creek enters Week 8 with a 7-0 record, has beaten Friendswood, Angleton and Magnolia along the way, and still seem to be an underdog.

"We feel like we have to prove people wrong every game," Shadow Creek defensive end Alec Bryant said. "We’re spacial because we have a lot of talent and we have bought in to what our coaches are saying every day."

The fact that Shadow Creek has won games in its first varsity season is already remarkable. But the run they are on right now is lining up for a historic season.

According to research done on texashighschoolfootballhistory.com, only 10 teams have ever gone undefeated in the regular season in history.

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