Twin Cedars has a chance to clinch a winning season in eight-man District five tomorrow night against Seymour. The Sabers have come off winning their last three games over Tri-County, Melcher-Dallas, and most recently Harmony. Coach Jared Jensen says Seymour is not the pushover that the Warriors once were. He says they have a potent passing attack, something he says his team need more work to defend. Jensen adds after this week is where the Sabers need to make their playoff push to get the best possible seed going into the postseason.