In a couple of days, the Edgar Wildcats will look to put the exclamation point on what has been a dominating season with a Division 6 Championship.
So dominating in fact, the Wildcats had a running clock in their first 12 games.
Last Friday's win over Hurley was the first game in which they had to play a full game. They led only 11-0 at the half, winning 25-0. Playing a game as competitive as that one was can only benefit the Wildcats.
The town of Edgar will shutdown Thursday morning. 1 o'clock the Wildcats will play Eau Claire Regis.
It's the 9th title game appearance for the Wildcats, tied with Arrowhead for the most in state history.
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