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Mr. Chalfan

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I attended Sam Houston State University where I majored in Mass Communications, minored in both Communications Studies and Secondary Education. Before teaching I have worked in the sports field for companies like Fox Sports, Root Sports, and the Houston Rockets. I have played sports ever since I could walk. During that time I have played football, baseball, basketball, and I have also wrestled and taught MMA as well. Now I am currently a coach for Channelview High School. My goal is help students become great people in society, to help them obtain knowledge that will help them in various situations in this thing we call life. I had a teacher who helped me become the man I am today, and I would love nothing but to do the same for others as well. Make the change you would like to see in the world. 

 

 

"The TRUTH is limitless in it's range, if you drop a T and look at it in reverse it can HURT." - Lupe Fiasco

  • Bearkats Win!

    Posted by Michael Chalfan Jr. on 10/28/2017

    For one of the nation’s top passing offenses, it was the running game and firm defensive play in the second half that helped the No. 5 Sam Houston State Bearkats snap Southeastern Louisiana’s five-game win streak, 33-23, on Saturday night at Strawberry Stadium. 

    The Bearkats (7-1, 5-1 SLC) got 129 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Corey Avery and held the Lions (5-4, 5-2 SLC), who entered the game ranked second in the nation in rushing, to just 202 yards on the ground to earn their first win in Hammond since the 2011 season.

    Avery finished with a season-high 167 all-purpose yards to pace the Kats, who finished with 211 of their 375 total yards on the ground. Remus Bulmer added 72 rushing yards and Yedidiah Louis had 78 yards receiving on seven catches in his return after missing the Bearkats’ last three games.

    Jeremiah Briscoe put the ball in the air 26 times on the night, completing 13 passes for 164 yards and a score. Meanwhile, the Kats got a big defensive effort from linebacker Justin Johnson who finished with 11 tackles and two of Sam Houston’s four sacks on the night.

    The Kats trailed 10-9 early and found themselves tied 23-23 midway through the third quarter before scoring the game’s final 10 points. From there the defense took over, racking up four sacks on the final three Lion drives, including two apiece from Johnson and Chris Stewart.

    Those sacks helped the Bearkats hold the Lions to -17 rushing yards in the fourth quarter and just 114 total yards in the game’s final two quarters.

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