The Davis Wolves have won the last five 2A District 4 titles outright, while the Kingston Redskins haven't won one since 1987, but history will take a back seat when the two teams meet this Friday with the district championship on the line.
"It's real exciting. You know, going undefeated is always something to look forward to and be special, you know. So we just gotta go and get it done this week," said Kingston wide receiver Keelan Price.
The feeling is mutual in Davis.
"It's real big. I mean Davis is a football town. Anything we do football-wise is big, so bringing home a district championship is going to be really big," said Davis linebacker Tyler Brubaker.
Both of these ball clubs are undefeated...and neither have faced too much of a challenge this year. That'll change when they step out onto the field in Kingston, into what should be a playoff like atmosphere.
"You know we're kind of treating this week like our first round because it's a big game, and this is the first time we've played a week 10 game that meant something like this in quite some time. So it's a lot of fun," said Davis coach Jody Weber.
And while it's Davis who has the 24 game win streak going, Kingston believes they have just a good a chance as ever to clinch their first district title in almost 30 years.
"Our confidence level is high, you know our kids are always even keel. They never seem too high or too low, they just take each week as it comes," said Kingston coach John Caraway.
And the Wolves are excited to play a meaningful game week 10.
"You know it's a lot more fun than sitting around and doing the things we're expected to do. Right now we've just got to go play a football game against a good football team and come whatever may," said Weber.
Kingston and Davis will kick off in Kingston this Friday at 7:30. Winner will be crowned district champ.