Shiner has to rebound quickly after falling to Refugio, 34-28 in overtime, in their first district game.
"We talked about the Refugio loss. It is not the end of the world. The game could have gone either way," Shiner head coach Steven Cerny said. "We have to move on to Ganado."
Ganado and Shiner know each other very well as one of the two teams have claimed the championship in the district championship the last several years.
Ganado is balanced on offense with a slight veer towards the running game.
Quarterback Jonathan Martinez will be the primary ball carrier.
"Our defense will need to make sure we match up to their run game," Cerny said. "We have to overcome their size with our quickness."
The Indians like the 4-3 on defense.
"We will need to be consistent on offense," he said. "They do things like stunting very well that can disrupt our veer offense. Our quarterback has to make good reads. The last few games, we have done well with ball security and we need to continue that."