East Beauregard and Rosepine have worked all season to earn a district title, and it all comes down to one game on Friday night.

The Eagles are already guaranteed a share of the district crown and with a win, will be the outright champs. However, with a loss, they will share with the Trojans.

Not only is a district championship on the line for Rosepine, it would be the first undefeated season in the school's history and would aid it in the playoff Power Rankings.

"It means a lot because not only is it an outright district championship and a 10-0 season, but it also would have us sitting at No. 3 or No. 4 in the Power Rankings," Rosepine head coach Brad Ducote said. "That would give us a chance to have three home games at Rosepine High School. The magnitude of it is great. It's a big deal."

East Beauregard (7-2, 3-1) barely missed the playoffs last season, and with a spot locked up, a win would improve its position in the standings.

"We know that Rosepine brings it," East Beauregard head coach Gordy Glaser said. "They do a wonderful job. Watching them on film makes you go wow. We have a major test ahead of us."

Ducote knows what is coming for his defense from the grinding rushing attack of the Trojans. Glaser's double wing-double tight offense work three and four yards at a time until they can break off a big play.

"We know what they're going to do and they know what we are going to do," Ducote said. "There's no secrets. It's going to be a line up, smash mouth game. Whoever makes the least mistakes is going to win the football game.

"We've been stressing defensive line play all week at practice. We're going to rotate guys in and out. It's not going to be a fun job. I told them all week that it isn't going to be fun, and you're not going to get any glory, but you have to do it."

Brycelyn Murphy leads the East Beauregard rushing attack with 1,195 yards this season to go along with 10 touchdowns.

Murphy is aided by talented offensive line and other backs that can run the ball as well as block.

"It's a special offense where if everybody does their job, you can gain yards," Glaser said. "If somebody breaks down, you may lose some yards. If our running backs are not running the ball, they are either having great fakes or are blocking."

Rosepine (9-0, 4-0) also features a run-heavy offense, but the two teams run it in different ways.

The Eagles mix it up between one-back and two-back sets, and quarterback Seth Ducote is dangerous on the ground when he gets to the outside.

The senior has 1,244 rushing yards this year with 17 touchdowns through nine games.

Ducote also has 858 passing yards, and Seth Shirley has been a constant force between the tackles, racking up 1,221 rushing yards this season.

"I told the kids all week that regardless of what happens to us defensively, we have to make the maximum out of our possessions," Ducote said. "Every time we get the football, we have to move the ball down the field and put points on the board because you are only going to get so many chances."

East Beauregard and Rosepine kick off at 7 p.m. Friday night at East Beauregard High School.