North Shore’s David Aymond steps off sidelines and into AD role


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North Shore HFC David Aymond (courtesy of GPISD Athletics)

Texas HS Football is losing yet another coaching legend on the sidelines as Galena Park North Shore head football coach David Aymond is making his way into an administration role. Aymond is the new boys athletic director for Galena Park ISD and follows another Texas coaching legend, Jim Streety, into a similar role. SA Madison coach Jim Streety retired and accepted the New Braunfels AD role on February 6.

According to VYPE Houston, which first reported the move, defensive coordinator Jon Kay has been named interim head coach of the Mustangs.

In 24 years a head football coach in Texas, Aymond compiled a record of 230-59-0 which includes the 2003 Class 5A Division I State Championship in which the Mustangs won over The Woodlands 23-7. The 2003 Mustangs, led by now Oklahoma State assistant coach Bobby Reid at quarterback, Baltimore Ravens CB Chykie Brown and Houston Texans DT Earl Mitchell.

In total, over a dozen players from that 2003 team went on to play Division I football. In all during Aymond's tenure, the Mustangs have sent in excess of 175 players to Division I programs. The North Shore coaching tree under Aymond includes Humble Summer Creek coach Brian Ford, RR Stony Point coach Craig Cheshier, Houston Yates coach Jeff Ceasar, and Texas A&M offensive coordinator and running backs coach Clarence McKinney.

Aymond's Mustangs went on a 78-game regular season winning streak, currently the record in Texas HS Football and had eight straight undefeated regular seasons from 2001-08.

2003 North Shore Highlight Film

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Christopher Lyke is the Contributing Editor and Founder of, which has been in operation since 2001.

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