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Week 10 Preview

November 1, 2010

In our seventh season, the Rivalry Series features its largest tour ever in 2010, growing from eight games in the 2004 inaugural season to 66 games in 28 states this year, each one showcasing high school football at its finest. Included in those 66 games are 35 rivalries never featured in the Series before, as well as some old favorites known by football fans nationwide.

Games scheduled for Week 11 of the Series are:

October 28: David Crockett vs. Daniel Boone, Jonesborough TN

October 28: McGill-Toolen vs. Murphy, Mobile AL

October 29: Archbishop Ryan vs. Father Judge, Philadelphia PA

October 29: Odessa Permian vs. Odessa High, Odessa TX

October 29: Manual vs. Male, Louisville KY

October 30: West Islip vs. East Islip, West Islip NY

October 30: Massillon vs. McKinley, Masillon OH

Coming next week:

November 5: Southside vs. Northside, Fort Smith AR

November 5: Concord vs. A.L. Brown, Concord NC

November 6: Allegany vs. Fort Hill, Cumberland MD

November 6: St. John’s vs. Gonzaga, Silver Spring MD

November 6: Baltimore City vs. Baltimore Poly, Baltimore MD

For the first time in the Series’ history, select rivalries will be designated the Great American Rivalry Series “Game of the Week.” This will involve a LIVE video webcast of the game, allowing high school enthusiasts across the nation and service men and women around the world the chance to witness high school football at its best.

The Great American Rivalry Series emerged from a desire to celebrate the cultural phenomenon of Friday night high school football, shining the spotlight on classic gridiron clashes where expectations are sky high and die-hard fans abound. Since 2004, the Series has spotlighted 161 games and 116 unique rivalries in 34 states. New states we’ll be visiting this fall are Maine, Utah, Vermont, and Arkansas, bringing the total by the end of the season to 38 states since the Series began.

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What is the Great American Rivalry Series?

Each fall for over a century, high school football has been the centerpiece for families and communities on Friday night. In 2004, iHigh, Inc. created the Great American Rivalry Series to celebrate this uniquely American sport and the cultural phenomenon of “Friday Night in America.” The Series shines the spotlight on top high school football rivalries across the nation, where long-standing traditions are valued, expectations are sky high, and followers are committed.