The Denton-Geyser-Stanford football team is about as hot as this summer weather. The Bearcats didn't lose a game last year and after a jump in classification, they still put the smack down on Gardiner over the weekend 40-0.
The Bearcats haven't lost since November 2014, which means they've won 13 straight games. Since their last loss, DGS has blown their opponents out by an average score of 53-13.
Class-wise, they're in unfamiliar territory. But this year's Bearcats have their eyes set on yet another state title.
"I think you're kidding yourself if you don't come in and think you're going to win the state title, so that's what we're working for," said head coach Matt Neumann.
Quarterback Kordell Carpenter added "so far we've been on top the last couple of years so we need to keep the streak going and I think we have a good chance."
"A lot of teams don't know what's coming," said defensive end Keaton Protsman. "We're going to hit them hard. I think they don't expect a lot from us but they better get their hopes up higher."
Saturday will be the next test for DGS as they host Lone Peak in Denton. The Big Horns lost their season opener 28-12 against Harlowton. Game time is set for Saturday at 1 pm.