The North Delta Green Waves have made themselves known over the past few weeks as a team to be reckoned with.
North Delta (6-3 overall, 4-1 district) has taken note to this. The talk now has gone forward to the biggest rivalry of the year, the Magnolia Heights Chiefs (3-5 overall, 1-5 district).
The Green Wave will travel about 25 miles north to Senatobia to take on the neighboring Chiefs for their last regular season game of the year.
Coming off a powerful win over West Memphis to clinch the district championship, the Green Waves are not taking the Chiefs for granted.
This has always been a game where you can throw out all of the records and just wait and see who plays the best that night.
The Chiefs won last Friday night 35-6 over Indianola Academy. The other two teams they defeated are Marshall 7-6, and SBEC 14-7.
Chiefs are in last place in their District 1-AAA division as of right now.
Last year the Green Wave hosted the Chiefs on their own turf and the Chiefs won in a solid game 56-13. This year the Green Wave will play the Chiefs on their turf and hope that they can come home with a win.