The Tigers put together perhaps their best performance of the season against Greenwood in the regular season finale.
"Yeah,no doubt. We had to have a win. We played well all year at home, and I felt like we've gotten stronger week to week, and just came out Friday and really executed well on both sides of the ball," said head coach Aubrey Sims.
The offense put up huge numbers against the Rangers in that 56-13 victory, but the defense also played a major role int he Tigers' success.
"A lot of that was our defense. We got eight turnovers and in good field position. D'Vincent had one of his best games, and our offensive line, really everybody. We just came out and we said this may be your last game so go out and have fun.We were very relaxed and executed very well," said Sims.
"We knew that we had to come out and give it our best. We just came out and executed. We just had a good week of practice. We knew what we had to do and got it taken taken care of," said Jeremy Garza.
Now the Tigers switch their focus to their bi-district match up with Clint.
"Got to come out, enjoy it, have fun with your teammates, and give it your all," said Garza.
"We want our kids to enjoy it, have fun, but at the same time we want to advance. We want to keep going. We want to be successful. We want to win the ball game, and we've had good practices this week.[Clint is] going to run the ball right at us. We've got to be physical up front. We've got to take care of the football on offense, and really be sharp on our special teams," said Sims.
Snyder will take on Clint on Friday in Kermit. The winner will take on either Perryton or Estacado in the area round.