One will be done after tonight’s game.
The other will be moving on into the second season, win or lose.
However, both Jefferson and St. John’s still have plenty to play for in their respective leagues battles in what is expected to be — again — a rainy Friday night.
The two back-yard archrivals are again set to renew Northwest Conference acquaintances tonight at Stadium Park.
Jefferson’s football team may not be going anywhere after tonight’s matchup with archrival Spencerville at Stadium Park.
The Bearcats cling to slim — and slimmer — playoff hopes, standing 11th in Region 18.
The Wildcats (6-3, 4-3 NWC) would like nothing better than to shatter the Bearcats (7-2, 5-2 NWC) very slim playoff hopes (11th in Region 18, with Jefferson 14th in that same region).
Jefferson coach Bub Lindeman knows what the Bearcats will bring to the table.
“They run the Wing-T offense and they run it very well. Coach (Jim) Morris knows that offense as well as anyone I know,” Lindeman said. “They have three running backs and you have to deal with all of them. It is very similar to what St. Marys used to do in their hey-day and it was very effective. This is also a very experienced group that has been playing varsity ball for three years and you can see the maturation process.
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