The Havre High football team wrapped up a Class A playoff berth last weekend in Livingston.
And even though the Blue Ponies suffered a difficult home loss to Belgrade on Friday night, they're still playing football in postseason. Havre will visit Miles City on Saturday in the first round of the playoffs.
But the Blue Ponies aren't the only local football program which has made waves this fall.
In Class C football, four area squads will be in the postseason mix come Saturday, and it's a clear indication of what a great fall it's been.
The Chinook Sugarbeeters were supposed to be good this season. That wasn't a secret. But the Beeters have maybe even exceeded expectations by rolling to a 7-1 record and a share of the Northern C championship.
Chinook has one of the top offenses in Class C football and the Beeters, with so many veteran players, are poised for a deep playoff run.
Like Chinook, Big Sandy was looked at as a potential football power this fall. But not only did the Pioneers become just that, they also overcame the losses of five quality players form last year's playoff team, and won a Northern Division Six-Man championship.
Impressive to say the least.
But equally as impressive was the fight in the Chester/J-I Hawks and North Star Knights.
C/J-I playing as difficult a Northern C schedule as there is, found away to put together back-to-back impressive wins to close the season and grab the final Northern C playoff berth.
The Knights did much the same in Six-Man football. North Star battled ups and downs but won when it mattered and is in this Saturday's playoff show.
It takes a lot to put together a playoff caliber team each season, and the Hi-Line certainly did its job this fall.
Thanks to five quality football programs, the Hi-Line will be well represented on Saturday.