FOWLERVILLE, MI. (WILX) -- It was a battle of the undefeated, so naturally, only one team could come out with a win.
That team was the Mason Bulldogs.
Coach Gary Houghton says his team overcame adversity.
"I thought we looked really good," he said. "We did a good job on defense and offense. We just lost our composure a little bit, so we're just focused on that killer mentality that we started with and I thought we came out and took it to them."
The Bulldogs are now 6-0 and they have a spot in the playoffs with three games left.
To Houghton, that undefeated record is no fluke.
"It's an indication of dedication in the offseason, and that these guys are dedicated not only to getting to the playoffs, but some bigger things down the road."
Houghton says the Fowlerville team was tough to beat, and his team was lucky to score 21 points.
"It was a grinding type of offense that came through...I'm really proud of these guys."
The Bulldogs are back on their home turf for homecoming next week, and they host the Williamston Hornets.