At least a share of the district six title in class A goes to the winner as seventh ranked Lynville-Sully visits B-G-M. It has been a banner season already for Lynnville-Sully which has clinched its first winning season since 2003.
Lynnville-Sully coach Mike Parkinson who says it will be a tough matchup for his team, but they have to look at it as one more step toward the championship.
B-G-M coach Jarrod Burns says his players know there is a lot riding on the outcome. He says getting a share of the title is what they are looking at. Burns says the concern is slowing down the Lynnville-Sully offense.
By Chris Varney KGRN Grinnell