KINGSTON, OK - "We have had success all around on offense this year, but I just think our offensive line has done a tremendous job of opening holes for us to run through," said Kingston senior running back Braden McGehee.
"We moved a couple of offensive lineman to different positions, we moved a guard to a tackle and a tackle to a guard and I think that has helped out tremendously," said Kingston head coach Tommy Bare.
Judging by the offensive power surge since their only loss of the season, Coach Bare has pulled all the right strings in leading this potent offense.
"We have been able to eliminate turnovers and control the clock. That is what our philosophy is, if we can keep the ball away from the opponent then obviously they are not going to have a chance to score and we are going to ground it out on the ground," said Coach Bare.
The running game has been instrumental in Kingston's success this season and expect more of the same Friday night when they take the field against Lindsay trying to clinch a district title.
"Going into the playoffs as district champs, you get the possibility of having two games at home and you always want to finish the season on a win and with senior night there is some big things ahead for these guys," said Coach Bare.
"It is really important, but we really just want to make the playoffs and make a deep run in the playoffs," said Kingston senior running back Garrett Voyles.
While the 2018 Redskins may be keeping their eyes on the ultimate prize, a state championship, they know what their first district title in 33 years would mean to their team, their school and their town.
"We would be remembered forever, we have not won district in a long time and we have a really good group here and I think and I feel like there is a really good chance for us to win it," said McGehee.