RINGLING, OK - Despite losing one of their best players that helped Ringling grab their fourth state title, the Blue Devils haven't missed a beat.
"Football means a lot to our kids. It's a product of the community were living in, our fans, our administration, you name it, they support us."
The Blue Devils compiled an 8-1 regular season record, including 7-0 in the A-4 district. Ringling now aims for their first back-to-back and are four wins from accomplishing the goal, with Thomas Fay-Custer standing in the way for round two.
"Just like we are, they got a great program," said senior Braidon Willis. "Very traditional and a very good football team. I can't wait to get out there and see how we match up."
"You know it's going to be a huge game," said senior Tanner Richardson. "We'll have a lot of people here to support us and it's great to be back in the 2nd round. It's just great for the whole community."