Georgetown is the only Central Texas high school still undefeated and in the playoffs. Their next game will be in the state quarter finals.
In order to get there, senior quarterback Jake Hubenak had to recover from a serious injury last year.
"I tore my ACL and my meniscus," Hubenak said. "So the process was a little slower because I tore my meniscus. So I wasn't walking for a little bit. I was on crutches for a while. I tore my left ACL when I was in 5th grade. So I kind of already knew what it was like. So I knew how much hard work it was gonna take."
"It's pretty crazy," said Georgetown senior defensive back Mason Alexander. "His father actually did that when he was younger. He tore both his ACL's too."
"His injury last year, not getting to finish his junior year, just coming back working his tail off, getting to respond and have a great senior year, it's been really special to him," said Georgetown Head Coach Jason Dean.
After missing out most of last season, Hubenak has definitely made up for lost time. He's already thrown for over 3300 yards and 43 touchdown's this season. He's also helped Georgetown to a perfect 13-and-0 record. And they're just one win away from reaching the Class 4A state semifinals."
"We've put in a lot of hard work to get to this point," Hubenak said. "So it definitely means a lot to us."
"We all have one goal to go win a state championship, and we're all just working together," Alexander said.