PROSSER -- While the Prosser Mustangs have already locked up a playoff spot, running back Isaac Anderson still has a lot to play for tonight.
Anderson is within 160 yards of the school record for rushing yards in the season, and will have the opportunity to pass 1,284 yards when the Mustangs (8-1, 8-0) play host to Grandview (2-7, 2-6) at 7 p.m. today
"That is something to keep an eye on," Prosser coach Benji Sonnichsen said. "We will play the first half real competitive and see where we are at and go from there."
By winning the CWAC regular season title, the Mustangs have a bye Tuesday and then will host a team to be determined Nov. 12.
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"We have to let the kids play and let them stay polished for next week," Sonnichsen said. "Hopefully we get a quick lead and can get them out to avoid injuries."
While the playoffs are assured, Sonnichsen is happy that his team will be forced to change some things up defensively against rival Grandview (2-7, 2-6).
"We haven't played a team that likes to throw as much as they do," he said. "Our defensive backs and defensive line is excited about pass rushing. We are trying to find the little things to spark us."
Grandview has been eliminated from postseason play.