The Red Devils will host district foe Kellyville Thursday evening.
Prague comes in with a record of 5-2 overall and 3-1 in district. Last week, the Red Devils suffered their first loss since week one at the hands of Chandler.
The Prague offense lives and dies with Brayden McGinnis. His 927 yards rushing and nine touchdowns are good enough for third in the area.
McGinnis was held to under 100 yards rushing over the last two weeks combined. Expect him to return to form and give the Red Devils the boost they need.
If Prague can find other ways to score they are tough to beat. Two weeks ago they beat Okemah by scoring a rare passing touchdown, along with a kickoff return and defensive touchdowns.
So far this season, Prague has outscored their opposition 176-117, while Kellyville is beating their opponents at a rate of 211-133.
Against common opponents Prague is 1-1 with a 16-6 loss to Chandler and a 61-6 win over Henryetta. Kellyville is 2-0 with a 41-7 win over Henryetta and a 35-12 win over Chandler.
Kickoff is set for a 7 p.m. start Thursday.