The Thayer Bobcats (11-1) are going to go up against the Windsor Greyhounds (13-0) in the State Semifinals at the Louis Bozman Field on Saturday, November 28, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. Whoever wins will advance to the State Championship Game.
The Windsor Greyhounds are undefeated with their record being 13-0.
Wide Margin of Points
The Greyhounds have had no close games; the closest game was an eight point margin.
Point Margin of Games
The Greyhounds offense has averaged 47.6 points per game. The defense has allowed an average of 11.8 points per game.
The Bobcats and Greyhounds have faced one common opponent; the Cabool Bulldogs. Both teams won the game. The Bobcats won 27-0 and the Greyhounds won 26-0. 
The Thayer Bobcats are 11-1 with their loss coming from the Hayti Indians (now defeated in the class 1 district 1 finals).
Offense and Defense Is Good
The Bobcats’ offense has scored 40.3 points per game on average. The defense, just as good, has held opponents to just 10.8 points per game on average.
Strong Running Game
The Bobcats’ running game has been very good recently. During last week’s game against the South Callaway Bulldogs, all six of the Bobcats’ touchdowns came from the running game. Quarterback Jayce Haven running in for three of the touchdowns himself.
The Final Four
The Final Four is left to battle for the Class 1 State Championship Game. The Thayer Bobcats will go up against the Windsor Greyhounds at the Louis Bozman Field on Saturday, November 28, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.  The winner will advance to the State Finals on December 5, 2020. The winner will go up against either the Adrian Blackhawks or Mid-Buchanan Dragons.
Bring your green and white gear and cheer on the Bobcats!