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WAITSBURG, Wash. -- The Waitsburg-Prescott football team has never won a state championship. The Cardinals are just two wins away from capturing the 2B crown.

They will see a familiar foe Saturday at Edgar Brown Stadium, Colfax. It's the same Colfax team who knocked Waitsburg-Prescott out of the playoffs the last two seasons. The Cardinals say they have no problem seeing Colfax once again.

"I don't work off revenge much. But I do work off of redemption a little bit and trying to redeem our own kids as opposed to playing out of revenge. So we're selling the redemption part more than the revenge part," said Jeff Bartlow, head coach.

"I just wanted to - we've always wanted to go to the state championship and it's nice to play them again and have another shot at them and try to get them back for what they did to us last year," said Zack Bartlow, quarterback.

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