Cienega's Aaron Sauls (25) motors his way into the Salpointe secondary during the third quarter of the Cienega Bobcats vs. Salpointe Catholic Lancers high school football game on Sept. 30, 2016, in Tucson, Ariz. The Bobcats walloped the host Lancers 51-14 to remain unbeaten. Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

Mike Christy / Arizona Daily Star

The Cienega train just keeps rolling. The Bobcats are still undefeated after taking down Sierra Vista Buena 62-17 last week. While it's worrying that Cienega gave up 17 points to a winless team that hasn't won a game since the 2014 season, a win is a win.

Here's where the fun begins. Cienega has two games left, and they'll be the two toughest games the Bobcats will play all year. They finish with games at No. 3 Ironwood Ridge and at No. 4 Mountain View, respectively. 

Although Cienega faces those two ranked opponents on the road, we predict the Bobcats will still win both of the tilts and finish the regular season unbeaten — and the numbers back that prediction up. The Bobcats have won their three toughest games to date — against Marana, against Tucson High and at Salpointe Catholic — by a combined margin of 169-68. The Nighthawks and Mountain Lions might put up big points on Cienega, but expect the Bobcats to come out on the winning side of both games.