The Stamford Bulldogs are back in the state championship game for the 2nd year in a row after their 41-8 victory over Italy on Friday night.
The Bulldogs have been dominant this year in Class A Div. I. 12 of Stamford's games were against playoff teams in Class 2A or Class A.
The only loss was to state finalist Munday in one of the best games of the year in Week 2.
Quarterback Hagen Hutchinson leads the way for his dad, Wayne, with over 4,000 yards of total offense and 69 touchdowns.
Thursday's state championship game is next for Stamford. They take on Mart in a rematch of last year's semifinal game that the Bulldogs won. They kick at 4 at Cowboys Stadium.
The Bulldogs share the 11-man Team of the Year honor with the Munday Moguls. As dominant as Stamford was this year, Munday was even better.
They are rolling through the 2012 season with no losses, and 1 of their 14 wins this year came against Stamford in Week 2.
The Moguls are led by Dee Paul at quarter. The senior had over 3,200 total yards and 51 touchdowns for a team that averaged 58 points a game won it's games by an average of 48 points.
Rodderick Taylor was another weapon for the Moguls with almost 1,500 yards rushing and 32 touchdowns.
Head coach Patrick Corcoran's team has scored 232 points in the playoffs.
Munday is back in the Class A Div. II state championship game for the 2nd year in a row. They take on Tenaha in a rematch of last year's title game. Tenaha won that match up.