KINGSTON, Oklahoma (KTEN)- The Kingston Redskins had two goals coming into the regular season: go undefeated at home and win the district title.

On Friday at home against Lexington, the Redskins have a chance to do both.

Kingston comes into the game 5-0 in district.

With a win, the Redskins would secure their first district title in three years.

They've proven their strength on both sides of the ball this season. They are averaging 39 points per game offensively, while their defense has made late game stops to secure district wins over Davis and Holdenville.

With that momentum coming into this week, the Redskins are aiming to take advantage of the opportunity that is there for them this Friday night.

"We want to be district champions. We've had some tough sledding, tough games. Atoka on the road, Holdenville on the road, Davis on the road, and we have a chance to clinch it at home," head coach Brad Hill said. "In front of our town, our community. That's something we want to do. They spend a lot of money on football here for us. We want to give back and winning a district championship here would be a way that we could do that."

Kingston's players can't wait for Friday either.

"It's going to be electric. It's senior night. Everyone  out here," junior left tackle Isaac Hahn said. "We can go undefeated at home during regular season play. I feel like it's going to be amazing."