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Davis Wolves Back in Class 2A State Title Game

DAVIS, Oklahoma --- In August of 2014, the Davis Wolves set out on the quest to repeat as Class 2A State Champions.

"We're trying to stay away from talking about defending the state title and trying to go win the 2014 version. We would love to think that we'd be good enough to win it but we have no idea right now if we are,” Davis head coach Jody Weber said back in August.

Spoiler alert: its mid-December and the reigning Class 2A State Champion Davis Wolves are still playing football. They'll get a chance to add another gold ball to their trophy case on Friday, in the 2014 Class 2A state title game.

“So far our bracket has been tremendously tough and we left the toughest for last. But we feel like we can be competitive with anyone in 2A, we felt that at the beginning of the year, we just didn't know for sure,” Weber said.

"Starting from off season to now, I felt like our senior class could step up big. We started off in the weight room and it started in Vian and we felt like we could go a long way and make another run,” Davis senior wide receiver/cornerback Wyatt Collins said.

The Wolves are known for making runs; this will be the fourth time in five years that Davis has competed for a state title.

But that's not all, the Wolves also currently own the longest active win streak in the entire state at 29. But getting win number 30, that would be the biggest accomplishment of them all.

"Words can't explain it. It is a feeling not many get to have and its probably the greatest feeling ever if we can do it,” Collins said.

"It would mean a lot to me because I love Davis and I love Davis football and anytime we can do something neat in Davis through our kids hard work and their abilities, it is a good thing for our community, a focal point at this time of year. And it gives us all something to do, we live kind of out in the country ya know,” Weber said.

Davis will take on Nowata on Friday in Stillwater in the Class 2A state championship game. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m.