After 11 weeks of regular season gridiron play, Mason County will have two teams headed to the postseason for a fifth consecutive year as both Point Pleasant and Wahama have qualified for the 2013 football playoffs. The Big Blacks (10-0) earned a four seed in Class AAA and will host 13th seeded Logan (7-3) in the opening round Friday night, while the White Falcons (9-1) came away with the eight seed in Class A and will host ninth seeded Clay-Batelle (8-1) on Saturday night. Both contests will be played at the Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field in Point Pleasant, and both games have kickoff times of 7:30 p.m. ABOVE: Wahama senior Colten Neal (21) delivers a stiff arm to a Buffalo defender during a Week 11 football contest at Bison Field in Buffalo. SIDE: Point Pleasant’s Brycen Reymond (42) and Aden Yates (16) dump a cooler full of water on PPHS Dave Darst after the Big Blacks finished the 2013 campaign with a perfect 10-0 record Saturday with a 31-21 victory over Lewis County at OVB Field in Point Pleasant.