"It's been pretty exciting we have been waiting for this moment for a long time and we have been playing with each other since fourth or fifth grade," said Senior Joseph Daniels.
"This is a great group of guys and we have been playing with each other since a traveling spring U11 and so this has been a long time coming for us," said Senior Joseph Fecteau.
With such high expectations heading into the year the Yellow Jackets have not disappointed. They finished 11-0-1 in the regular season and topped a Whitefish team they haven't beat since 1999.
"It was the first time Whitefish was beaten in the last 33 games so obviously that was a good feeling," said Senior Chance Coleman.
"It was amazing, it has to be the best feeling I have ever had in soccer," said Fecteau.
After going undefeated and earning a number one seed Stevi's longtime coach Ralph Serrette hopes his team will have the right mindset heading into state.
"Well it actually worries me a little bit I actually wished they had lost one or two games along the way so I hope they're not cocky and they know what they have to do against Libby and I think they will have the mindset and get the job done," said Head Coach Ralph Serrette.
So is it a championship or bust for the Yellow Jackets?
"I think it is, for me personally it is, and I think there's a few other guys who are in the same boat, so yea I think it's championship or bust," said Coleman.
"We definitely want to win state and I don't think anything else would do it so we wouldn't be content unless we won it," said Daniels.
So after completing their first two goals of the season in beating Whitefish and going undefeated Stevensville's last goal of a title is getting closer and they can feel it.
"More than anything, it would just suck to come so far and had such a good season it would just be too painful to not pull it all the way out and I want that feeling again it's addictive," said Fecteau.