The Wichita Falls Nighthawks will hit the field again at Memorial Stadium Saturday night, when they face the Dallas Anarchy at 7:30 p.m.
Wichita Falls edged Dallas 24-20 in early June in Waxahachie, using a late defensive stand to hold on to the win.
The Nighthawks (4-1) are tied with Oklahoma City for the Lone Star Division lead in the Gridiron Development Football League, while the Anarchy (3-2) are a game back.
Wichita Falls is coming off a long layoff, with a forfeit by Memphis coming right before last week's scheduled bye for the Independence Day holiday.
Dallas is coming off a 29-19 home win over the Texas Eagles, whom the Nighthawks defeated 33-6 in their home opener.