MADILL, OK -- District 3A-4 is log jammed. Three teams fighting for the top spot with only one, Madill, controlling its own destiny.
If Madill beats Pauls Valley Friday, they take the top spot, a 10-0 record and two home playoff games.
But should they slip, they would likely finish second if they lose by less than 12 points and Plainview wins. If they lose by more than 12 points and Plainview wins, they could drop all the way to third.
Although they do have fate in their hands, it's not going to be easy to walk away with a win.
"It's definitely going to be one of our toughest match ups, if not the toughest game that we play this year. They've got some outstanding athletes on both sides of the ball. And if we don't bring it, then it's going to be a long night," said senior running back/stinger Luke Chapman.
"On the skill side offensively, I think we, having Paten Bond healthy again, I think that's a plus for us. Up front our offensive lineman are having a pretty good week. I think we'll match-up well in that area. We have some tall receivers, 6'5 kind of guys, and I like those match-ups with their defensive backs," added head coach Milton Cooper.