Both the Tigers and Flying Jets lost strong senior class but are blowing by the rebuilding process to much success in 2019.
Bluffton (6-1) hosts Adams Central (6-1) on Friday night, October 11 at 7 p.m.
“These are the games that you are going to remember the rest of your life,” Bluffton head coach Brent Kunkel said at practice Tuesday night.
“To do all the things we set out this year to do, against a team like Adams Central would be a tremendous thing for our program, for our community, for our kids.”
Adams Central’s dominant history makes this a statement game for Bluffton, as the Tigers go for second place in the ACAC.