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High School Football Class B & C Title Game Previews

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The Fairfield Eagles have been absolutely dominating their opponents this year, winning by an average of about 38 points a game. Their average win margin in the playoffs alone is 40. The Eagles are a complete team that will host the title game for the first time since 2011, when they won it all. Standing in the way of their 3rd state title in school history is Huntley Project, who ousted Fairfield in the playoffs last year. The Devils lost in last year's title game in Worden so Fairfield expects Huntley to be just as Hungry as they are.

"I feel like they're going to be really fired up because they lost state last year. So they're going to want to get it this year," says Fairfield Junior Chandler Allen. They have quite a few kids that played on last year's team that lost so they'll be a bit fired up and it'll be a great game."

"if you look at Huntley, they've done a good job of traveling and I think it's something they're used to," says Fairfield head coach Les Meyer. "so I think we like being at home this week, we like being able to stay in our own beds. At the same time when the kick of goes, I think it doesn't matter where you're playing."

Chinook will be hosting Arlee, the one-seed out of the West. The Sugarbeeters were the last team from the Northern C to win an 8-Man State Title, defeating Wibaux at home in 2010. The current senior class was in 7th Grade at the time but they got their own taste of the State Title when they lost to Wibaux in the title game last year. Though they have a second shot tomorrow, last year's game is still fresh in their memories.

"It was a Sour Taste," says Beeters Senior Lineman Jesse Dannels. "Coming back from Wibaux, it was not that fun. So it's nice to get a second chance at thing."

"It's hard to get it out of your head," says Beeters Junior Tate Niederegger. "So it's always been back there getting us fired up. The Whole Season."

Denton, Stanford and Geyser have won a combined five 6-Man State titles, but none as a three town co-op. Stanford as a lone school has zero, which is why it's a bit poetic that they will host the title game. This is the Bearcats 2nd title game appearance in the last two years, and they are pumped for all three towns to get another opportunity

"It's neat that these communities can be together," says Head Coach Scott Sparks. Denton has a long football tradition, Stanford has had some great teams. Geyser's won a couple championships. So for these communities, we've been there done that before."

"All three of the towns have really good traditions," says Senior QB Kendall Carpenter. "All of these kids have been dreaming about this moment for a long time. Winning it together would mean a lot just because we're a team. It doesn't matter where the kids are from or what town. We're a team."

The Box Elder Bears are hoping that the last chapter in their fairy tale season ends with their first state Title. The Bears have had a historic season en route to their first ever state title game appearance. The only blemish in their record was a one point lost to DGS in the regular season finale. It's loss that only gives them confidence for round two.

"We know we can beat DGS," says Senior Jarrod Four Colors. It's going to come down to who wants it more. Obviously they went to the state championship game two years ago. They're a good Football team. It's going to be a battle."

"We Gotta Be ready mentally," says Bears Senior Fullback/Linebacker Bodis Duran. "Get all the little things right, and hopefully come out with the W."

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