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Regardless of what happens on Thursday night against Bryan Adams on Friday at Pleasant Grove Stadium, the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats (8-1, 5-0) are already the champions of District 12-4A. The Wildcats have dominated the division by going undefeated; their lone loss was to a non-division foe, North Forney, which has only lost one game all season as well.

It's likely that Woodrow will use their final game as a tune up for the playoffs. Whether or not all the starters will play all game remains to be seen. If nothing else, head coach Bobby Estes needs to worry about his three star offensive players - quarterback Piers Christian, running back Shaquille Dottin and wide receiver Andre Plata - getting injured in a meaningless game.

Christian has been spectacular for the Wildcats this season, proving to be a threat through the air and on the ground. He's completed 105 passes for 1487 yards and 16 touchdowns and only two interceptions. On the ground, he's rushed for 692 yards and 10 touchdowns. His top receiver is Andre Plata, who always seems to make at least one big play every game. Plata has caught 39 passes for 693 yards and nine touchdowns this season.

While opposing defenses have their hands full dealing with Christian, they also have to contend with bruising running back Shaquille Dottin. Dottin has been a force on the ground with an average of 6.95 yards per carry. On the season, he's rushed 141 times for 980 yards and 17 touchdowns. Dottin has also caught 18 passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns.

The Wildcats' defense has been outstanding this year. The team has only allowed one opponent to score more than 40 points and only two teams have scored more than 30. The defense has also forced 17 total turnovers - nine fumbles and eight interceptions.

According to The Dallas Morning News high school page, Woodrow is currently predicted to place in Class 4A Division I Region II and play Molina High School. However, this prediction is not yet set in stone. Both Woodrow and Molina could potentially end up in Division II.