ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The high school football season is only halfway over but already the Albany High is just two wins away from having their first winning season in almost a decade.
A winning season is nice but the Indians goal is to make the state playoffs.
To get one of the four playoff berths in region 1-AA, the Indians are going to have to beat one of the big four.
The big four are Brooks County, Cook, Fitzgerald and Thomasville.
After losing to Fitzgerald two weeks ago, the Indians get another shot at a big four team when they play at Thomasville on Thursday night.
The Bulldogs are in a rebuilding year but Albany High coach Felton Williams says Thomasville knows how to win.
Something the Indians are trying to learn.
Felton Williams said. "It is a non-traditional Thomasville team. They are not as competitive as hey have been. They play on tradition and the tradition will be there. It is going to be a hard fought game. They are accustomed to winning. They are not accustomed to losing. So, they are going to play off their tradition alone."
Thursday night football at Thomasville with kickoff at 7:00 p.m. at Veterans Stadium.
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