Tomorrow night’s game against PCM and visiting Davis County is so evenly matched, even both schools’ mascots are the same. Both Mustangs teams will face-off against one another in a matchup that has some playoff implications. Currently, Davis County is holding onto the fourth spot in Class 2A District 6 with a 2 – 2 record in district play, while PCM is 3 – 1. PCM Mustangs head coach, Greg Bonnett, said that though his team has guaranteed a playoff spot, these next two games are important to his team because of the different style of offense they had to switch to last week due to the injury to Nate VandeWall. Coach Bonnett also said that this is a game they need to win to show the rest of the district that they are a force to be reckoned with come playoff time. “We’ve really been looking forward to this game all year,” Bonnett said. “We’re taking it as an opportunity to go out there and beat a team that we shouldn’t beat, necessarily. We think we’ve beat teams that we should beat or weren’t that much of an underdog against, but we haven’t beat anybody yet in our minds or anybody else’s minds that we shouldn’t beat.” Both teams run similar style offenses now, with the addition of the option attack for PCM last week. Tomorrow night’s duel against Davis County starts at 7:30 P.M.