A lot can happen in the span of a year.
A lot can happen in the span of a year. At this time last season, the Davis Wolves were coming to grips with the end of a historic 34-year playoff streak ending. Fast forward less than 12 months, and the Wolves are beginning a new streak of appearing in the postseason. At 7:30 p.m. Friday night in Tishomingo, the Wolves will go in search of some momentum as they finish the regular season against the Indians. Davis is already assured of the No. 3 seed out of District 2A-8, and will be on the road next week for the opening round of the playoffs against either Lexington or Millwood. The Wolves clinched their spot in the postseason last week with a dominating 33-0 victory over Marietta at McClain Stadium, moving them to 4-4 on the season and 4-2 in district play. Tishomingo meanwhile is 0-9 on the season and 0-6 in district play, after falling against Coalgate last week 14-12. “Tishomingo has played in some close games the last few weeks,” Davis coach Greg Parker said. “They’ve continued to do a lot of good things and have been improving. We have to continue to focus on us and get better everyday. It’s very important that we play well in our last contest heading into the playoffs.” The Indians have been blanked three times this season, but did manage to score 30 points in a losing effort against Comanche earlier this year. Davis meanwhile has been one of the hottest teams in the area, overturning an 0-4 start to the season with four straight victories. During their recent winning streak, the Wolves have scored 30 or more points in every game, while not allowing more than 15 points in any of the four contests. Last week against Marietta, Davis totaled 364 yards of total offense, while holding the Indians to just 135 for the game. Wolves quarterback Colin Dulaney was 3-for-4 passing for 162 yards while rushing seven times for 38 yards. Last year when these teams met at Wolf Field, it was Davis winning by a score of 42-14.