The Lions are set to hit the road over to Hamlin for their showdown with the Pied Pipers.
Many coaches try to take the approach that this is just another game, even though, a championship is on the line. Not Denney Faith. He is aware of what's at stake.
Denney Faith said, "It's not just another game. I mean it's two good football teams, and both undefeated in district and going to be a great atmosphere at the game. You go into Piper Stadium over there you know they're going to have a great crowd and it's going to be loud and noisy. It's what you expect when you get to the tenth game of the season and you have a chance to win a district championship. We're just going and playing football. We're not trying to, there's not that much stuff you have to block out. We know what they're going to be doing to us, we know what we're going to try to do to them, and you just have to go over and play."
Albany defeated Hamlin 55-14 in last years district title game. They kick-off at 7:30 Friday night in Hamlin.