Allen, Okla. (KTEN) - That's the sound the Allen Lady Mustangs are hoping to hear a lot of. 

With only one win away from making the Oklahoma High School State Basketball Tournament, the Lady Mustangs have a chance to break history on the hardwood for their first state appearance since 2003.

They've just worked and worked and gotten better and better. Lady Eagles Head Coach Dottie Slabaugh said. "And I feel like they are at that point where they really want to win this game."

After falling short of the big dance in the past this year might be different for the Lady Mustangs as they hold a 23-2 record and took home the district title. 

They know they can overcome that hump.

"I think it's a really great I mean; we worked really hard this year." Kaylee Davis said, "And it made me a lot to me. So, I get one more year it." 

"It would be a huge accomplishment for me and my team. I would be so excited. Cherish Woodward said, "We have so much great fans to support us."

But this season means more for the leader of the team with only one senior the Lady Mustangs are trying their best to send Ava laden off with one last hurrah. 

"If this team and I could send her off that way." Slabaugh said, "I think it would just cap off her career."

There's deeper history at stake for Cherish Woodward, as her mother was on the team that made the state tournament 21 years ago.

I would love to follow in her footsteps and even go way further." Woodward said, "But just to just to go to state would be the best thing ever. 

Allen takes on Cyril on Friday to punch their ticket to the State Tourney.

But win or lose, something special is building in the home of the Lady Mustangs.