The Warriors were tri-district champs this season and Coach Battaglia said it was another successful year.
"It really was a tremendous season," Coach Battaglia said.
Here are three things to look for during Friday's game.
WIN AND THEY'RE IN
While there is an outside chance the Warriors could get in the playoffs with a loss, they don't want to take any chances.
"Ever since we lost to Haynes and Covenant back-to-back it really started to sink in that we had to have more of a sense of urgency in what we are doing," Warriors coach Chuck Battaglia said.
'THEY DON'T MAKE MISTAKES'
Country Day, which averages 37.2 points per game and is coming off a 34-21 nondistrict loss to Central Catholic, has been a dominate force in the district long before the Warriors started playing tackle football.
"It won't be much of a surprise as to what they are going to do," Coach Battaglia said.
Running back Jase Griffin leads the Cajuns with 1,017 yards on 114 carries and 18 rushing touchdowns and quarterback Morgan Farrell is 36-of-81 or 874 yards with 11 touchdowns and six interceptions.
"They are going to run the outside veer," Coach Battaglia said.
Trey Harrell leads Country Day at receiver with 21 catches for 610 yards and eight scores.
"He (Harrell) has speed and height," Coach Battaglia said, "so we are going to have to matchup with him, but I think we can cover them with the speed we have in our secondary."
'CLICK ON ALL CYLINDERS'
The Warriors are averaging 27.7 points per game out of their spread offense, and Coach Battaglia said Houma Christian will need to be crisp, take care of the ball and score points to have a shot.
"We need ball security," Battaglia said.
Quarterback Drake Battaglia leads the Warriors with 1,339 yards in the air (second in the area) on 85-of-135 passing with 13 scores and three interceptions.
Houma Christian receiver Devin Battaglia (31 catches, 691 yards, five scores) is second in the area in receiving and other Warriors offensive weapons include running back John Broussard (76 carries, 492 yards, five scores; 15 catches, 269 yards, five scores) and receiver Je'Corie Ward (27 catches, 230 yards, two scores), who is back after suffering an injury.
"Between Je'Corie, Drake, Devin and John - our main four skill guys on offense - we are going to have to have them all step up," Coach Battaglia said.