2021 Games & Results2021-10-16T20:50:48+00:00

1,000th Game Season

The Great American Rivalry Series is back on the field for the 2021 season, Marking the 18th year of the series.  This year the Great American Rivalry Series will be on the ground at 79 games in 32 states, celebrating the Series’ 1,000th game on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021, in Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. The game will feature one of the largest and longest running rivalries in the country between the Massillon Tigers and the McKinley Bulldogs which began in 1894. #GARS1000

EAST REGION

WEST REGION

WEEK 1

This meeting between Napoleon and Defiance was a nail-biter to the end. After a first quarter Defiance touchdown, Napoleon was in a battle for a comeback. As the clock wound down, the Bulldog defense stood tall as Defiance will take home the River Rock.

Game Final: Defiance – 7 | Napoleon – 0

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A last second touchdown to end the first half pulled Lovett even with Westminster, 7-7. The Wildcats defense made a statement during the second half, holding the Lions scoreless en route to claiming victory in the “Battle of Buckhead.”

Game Final: Lovett – 7 | Westminster – 17

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WEEK 2

Both Mount Carmel and St. Rita were locked in a defensive battle most of the game. However, St Rita used a touchdown pass midway through the fourth quarter to tie it up, 9-9. A few minutes later, St Rita lined up for the game-winning field goal, but it was blocked and returned for a touchdown by Mount Carmel to seal the win.

Game Final: Mt. Carmel – 16 | St. Rita – 9

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Camden scored early and often, never looking back en route to defeating Lugoff-Elgin, 50-0, and for the fifth time in six years in the ‘Wateree River Rivalry’.

Game Final: Lugoff-Elgin – 0 | Camden – 50

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The annual battle for the “Coffee Pot” between the Wildcats of Tullahoma and the Red Raiders of Coffee County proved to be a one-sided affair. Following a scoreless first quarter, Tullahoma took over the contest scoring the game’s first 38 points. A late touchdown by the Red Raiders broke-up the shutout and resulted in the 38-7 final.

Game Final: Tullahoma – 38 | Coffee County – 7

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WEEK 3

The ‘Battle of Chester’ concluded with a win from the Thomas Dale Knights. With a fast start from Kyon Turner of Dale, the Knights went into the half with the lead over LC Bird. With an extra point success of female kicker, McKenzie Scherra, the Knights went on to take the win, with a final of 7-26.

Game Final: Thomas Dale – 26 | LC Bird – 7

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Abilene Cooper takes another victory in the “Crosstown Showdown” defeating Abilene High, 31-14. Abilene Cooper QB1, Chris Warren, took home the MVP Award completing 14 passes on 23 attempts for 164 yards and rushed for 104 yards on 11 attempts. Tonight’s victory is Cooper’s third-straight win and improves to 36-24-1 in the series. Cooper improve to 1-1 on the season, while the Eagles of Abilene fall to 0-2.

Game Final: Abilene Cooper – 31 | Abilene – 14

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Ankeny Centennial gets revenge from last season’s game by taking tonight’s game, 14-7. The victory gives Ankeny Centennial coach Jerry Pezzetti 432 career wins, which ties for most wins in Iowa history. If the Jaguars win next week, Pezzetti will have the record for most wins in Iowa High School Football history. Ankeny Centennial and Ankeny High move on to Week 3 with a 1-1 record.

Game Final: Ankeny Centennial – 14 | Ankeny – 7

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The Bees scored 14 unanswered on their way to regaining the spike in Utah’s second-oldest rivalry and take the Golden Spike back to Brigham City. As Easton White of Box Elder took the Great American Rivalry Series MVP. The Box Elder Bees have the all-time series record at 72-27-2.

Game Final: Box Elder – 14| Bear River – 6

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Tonight’s installment of the Homestead and South Dade ended early due to some unforeseen events at the stadium. With that said Homestead dominated on both sides of the ball tonight defeating South Dade in the “Battle of Lucy Street”, 42-14. Homestead improves to 1-1 on the season and the Buccaneers of South Dade fall to 1-1.

Game Final: Homestead – 42 | South Dade – 14

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The Hoover Buccaneers hoist another Great American Rivalry Series trophy tonight as they take down Vestavia Hills 34-6. Ahmari Williams took home the MVP scoring 3 touchdowns and running for 84 yards. The Buccaneers start the season 3-0 and Vestavia Hills fall to 0-3.

Game Final: Hoover – 34 | Vestavia Hills – 6

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Mission Viejo jumped out to a 14-0 lead early in the game. However, a touchdown by Long Beach Poly’s Devin Samples made things interesting. The Diablos would regroup at halftime, outscoring Long Beach Poly 27-7 in the second half, helping them move past the Jackrabbits, 41-14. Kenny Manassero dominated running the ball, finishing with three touchdowns on the ground for Mission Viejo.

Game Final: Mission Viejo – 41 | Long Beach Poly – 14

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On a dreary night in East St Louis, the Flyers used a high-powered offensive attack to overpower De Smet Jesuit. De Smet looked to gain momentum, returning a 97-yard kickoff for a touchdown. However, on the very next possession, the Flyers returned a kickoff of their own the very next play, and never looked back. As Jalen Byrd took home the MVP recording 12 tackles and a sack to lead the Flyers. East St. Louis moves to 2-0 on the season and De Smet fall to 1-1 on the 2021 season.

Game Final: East St. Louis – 32 | De Smet Jesuit – 17

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WEEK 4

In the previous matchup in 2019, the Apple Valley Sun Devils dominated the matchup. Tonight was no different as the Sun Devils win 59-0. Michigan commit, Jayden Max Denegal completed 10 of 16 attempts for 166 yards and three touchdowns on top of his rushing touchdown claiming the MVP award for tonight’s Battle of the Bell. Apple Valley moves to 2-2 and the Jackrabbits of Victor Valley fall to 2-2 as well.

Game Final: Apple Valley – 59 | Victor Valley – 32

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Pickerington North wins it in overtime on a field goal. The MVP honors went to Malik Ray, who dominated on the defensive end and secured a crucial fumble that led to the game-tying touchdown. Pick. North improves to 3-1 and Pick. Central falls to 3-1.

Game Final: Pickerington North – 13 | Pickerington Central – 10

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Miami Central Rockets roll into Nathaniel “Traz” Powell Stadium and dominate their rival, Booker T. Washington Tornadoes. Ghana Oboh took home MVP honors. Miami Central improve to 1-2 and Booker T. Washington Tornadoes fall to 1-2 as well.

Game Final: Miami Central – 51 | Booker T. Washington – 7

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A four-Star recruit, Caden Curry, carried his team and the MVP trophy home tonight as the Center Grove Trojans defeat their rival Ben Davis Giants 45-21. The Trojans move to 4-0 and the Giants fall to 2-2.

Game Final: Center Grove – 45 | Ben Davis – 21

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Millwood takes care of business in today’s installment of the “Soul Bowl”. Millwood downs their rival Douglass 27-7. Rickey Hunt Jr. took home the MVP honors with his 2 TD including a 95-yard scamper to paydirt. The Falcons improve to 1-1 and the Trojans of Douglass High fall to 1-1.

Game Final: Millwood – 27 | Douglass – 7

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The Jesuit Marauders dominate from the opening snap. Led by game MVP, Kai Santos, Jesuit route Christian Brothers 44-0. Jesuit improves to 2-1 and Christian Brothers fall to 2-1.

Game Final: Jesuit – 44 | Christian Brothers – 0

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WEEK 5

Eisenhower finally did it! They broke a 12 game losing streak to the Lawton Wolverines. TreVaughn Walton walks away with MVP tonight as the Eisenhower Eagles win 59-23. The Eagles improve to 2-1 and the Wolverines of Lawton fall to 1-2.

Game Final: Eisenhower – 59 | Lawton – 23

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Woodland Hills score a quarterback rushing touchdown but fail to convert a late field goal, ending tonight’s game 14-13 as the Penn Hills Indians defeat their rival the Woodland Hills Wolverines. The Indians improve to 2-2 and the Wolverines fall to 2-2.

Game Final: Woodland Hills – 13 | Penn Hills – 14

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The Macomb Dakota Cougars defeat their arch-rival the Chippewa Valley Big Red 27-23.. The Cougars improve to 2-2 and the Big Red fall to 3-1.

Game Final: Chippewa Valley – 23 | Macomb Dakota – 27

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After taking a year off in 2020, the Harrisburg Cougars and Central Dauphin Rams have reignited the rivalry. In the last five matchups, the Rams have taken 3 of them, although Harrisburg won the most recent installment in 2019. On September 17th, the Cougars roam into Landis Field to try to take out the Rams.

AS OF SEPTEMBER 15, 2021: GAME HAS BEEN CANCELED 

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The Shenendehowa Plainsmen defeat their rival the Guilderland Flying Dutchmen 23-9. The Plainsmen improve to 2-0 and the Flying Dutchmen fall to 1-1.

Game Final: Shenendehowa – 23 | Guilderland – 9

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WEEK 6

St. Xavier reclaims the Shillelagh for the first time since 2018. Led by quarterback Jack Sivori, the Tiger score a late touchdown to seal the victory 35-28. Saint Xavier improves to 4-1 and the Shamrocks of Trinity fall to 0-5.
Game Final: St. Xavier – 35 | Trinity – 28
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Prior Lake holds on late to defeat the Lakeville North Panthers 17-14. Grayson Spronk claims MVP honors for tonight’s matchup. Prior Lake improves to 3-1, while Lakeville North falls to 2-4.

Game Final: Prior Lake – 17 | Lakeville North – 14

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Lowndes shuts down their rival Valdosta for victory with a final score of 21-0. Chase Belcher claims MVP honors and he leads the Vikings to victory. Lowndes improves to 3-2 and the Wildcats of Valdosta fall to 1-4.

Game Final: Lowndes – 21 | Valdosta – 0

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Woodbridge goes on the road to defeat the Hylton Bulldogs 22-8. Ethan Horne led the Vikings as well as claiming MVP honors. Woodbridge improves to 2-2 on the season, and the Hylton Bulldogs fall to 1-3.

Game Final: Woodbridge – 22 | Hylton – 8

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Eastern Alamance play hosts as they dominate their rival Western Alamance 41-20. Casen McCauley leads the Eagles and claims MVP honors. The Eagles of Eastern Alamance improve to 3-1 and add another win to their streak; meanwhile the Warriors of Western Alamance fall to 1-4.

Game Final: Eastern Alamance – 41 | Western Alamance – 20

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Dominant from the opening kickoff, the Raiders of Utica-Proctor take the victory 52-18. Tre Patterson takes home the MVP honors. Proctor improves to 2-1 and the Black Knights of Rome Free Academy fall to 1-2.

Game Final: Utica-Proctor – 52 | Rome Free Academy – 18

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Dominant for the opening kick-off. Canisius steamrolls their foe 66-0. Lamar Thomas claims MVP honors. The Crusaders of Canisius improve to 3-0 and the Marauders from St. Joesph fall to 0-3.

Game Final: Canisius – 66 | St. Joseph – 0

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WEEK 7

The Kowboys of Osceola were unstoppable! Leading the entire game, Osceola’s defense and offense were a full force on both sides of the ball. Entering halftime with a 0-42 lead, they were unstoppable. The Kowboys went on to close out the game 0-56, leaving the St. Cloud Bulldogs scoreless.

Game Final: Osceola – 56| St. Cloud – 0

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Harlingen South found themselves down early in the first half, but fought back to tie the game 14-14 before halftime. The Hawks would score 14 unanswered and appeared to pull away late. A score by Harlingen cut the Hawk lead to 7 with just a few minutes remaining, but it wasn’t enough to claim victory.

Game Final: Harlingen South – 28 | Harlingen – 21

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The Buccaneers of Mainland invade Seabreeze and loot a victory over the Sandcrabs. Isaiah Gordon claims MVP honors. Mainland improves to 2-3 and the Seabreeze Sandcrabs fall to 2-4.

Game Final: Mainland – 35 | Seabreeze – 22

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Jesuit scored early and never looked back. The Blue Jays dominated the Holy Cross Tigers 51-7. Jack Lavierre claims the MVP honors. Jesuit improves to a 2-1 start the season, while the Holy Cross Tigers fall to 1-2.

Game Final: Jesuit – 51 | Holy Cross – 7

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A nail-biting finish as the Middie Bears sneaks out of Port Jervis with a victory. Angel Ortiz was honored with the MVP. Middletown improves to 3-1 and the Port Jervis Raiders fall to 3-2.

Game Final: Port Jervis  – 33 | Middletown – 34

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WEEK 8

This game was tightly contested all night, but the Sun Prairie Cardinals take the victory. Davis Hamilton for Sun Prairie claims the MVP honors. Sun Prairie improves to 9-0 and Middleton falls to 5-3.

Game Final: Sun Prairie – 26 | Middleton – 21

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Pueblo Central dominates the visiting Centennial Bulldogs 42-0. Andrew Sherman takes home MVP honors. Pueblo Central improves to 4-2 and the Centennial Bulldogs fall to 1-5.

Game Final: Pueblo Central – 42 | Pueblo Centennial – 0

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For the first time since 2013, the Idaho Falls Tigers will paint the goal posts ORANGE, as tradition, the winner of the Skyline and Idaho Falls game gets to paint the goal post their color! The Tigers win in nail-biting fashion 38-34. Skyler Olsen takes home MVP honors. The Tigers of Idaho Falls improve to 6-1, and Skyline Grizzlies fall to 3-4.

Game Final: Idaho Falls – 38 | Skyline – 34

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Blue Valley Northwest goes on the road and comfortably defeats Blue Valley North 35-21. Mikey Pauley took home MVP honors. The Blue Valley Northwest Huskies improve to 6-0 and Blue Valley North falls to 3-3.

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Graham dominates in Battle for Bluefield 31-6. Zack Blevins of the Graham G-Men takes home MVP honors. Graham improves to 5-1 and the Bluefield Beavers fall to 0-2.

Game Final: Graham – 31 | Bluefield – 6

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William Floyd Colonials defeat the Patchogue Medford Raiders with a final score of 28-13. Dylan Harris takes home the MVP. William Floyd improves to 4-1 and Patchogue Medford fall to 1-3.

Game Final: William Floyd – 28 | Patchogue Medford – 13

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Muskegon rolls to Mona Shores and comfortably win 49-28. Myles Walton takes home the MVP honors. Muskegon improves to 6-1 and Mona Shores fall to 5-2.

Game Final: Muskegon – 49 | Mona Shores – 28

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Archbishop Hoban defeats St. Vincent – St. Mary 42-7. Lamar Sperling for Hoban was named MVP. Hoban improves to 6-2 and SV-SM falls to 4-4.

Game Final: Archbishop Hoban – 42 | St. Vincent – St. Mary – 7

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Sachem played host to Central Islip and wins easily. MVP honors of the night went to Chris Kelly, the quarterback for Sachem North. This victory brings Sachem North to 2-3 and Central Islip fall to 1-4 record for the season.

Game Final: Sachem North – 35 | Central Islip – 24

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The Bowie Bulldogs roll into enemy territory and take down the Roosevelt Raiders in nail-biting fashion 27-26. Ryan Manning led the way for the Bulldogs and claimed MVP honors. The Bowie Bulldogs improve to 4-2 and the Raiders of Roosevelt fall to 4-2.

Game Final: Bowie – 27 | Roosevelt – 26

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WEEK 9

Cathedral Catholic dominates St. Augustine with a final score of 49-7. Lucky Sutton brings home MVP honors. Cathedral Catholic improves to 6-2 and St. Augustine fall to 1-8.

Game Final: Cathedral Catholic – 49 | St. Augustine – 7

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San Benito hosted Harlingen tonight in an exciting match-up. With less than a minute left in the first half, Harlingen puts the first points on the board bringing the score to 7-0. Harlingen ends up sweeping the home team with a final score of 17-0. Izaiah Bell for Harlingen won the MVP award. Improving the Cardinals of Harlingen to 5-2 and the San Benito Greyhounds falling to 5-2.

Game Final: Harlingen – 17 | San Benito – 0

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In this matchup of titan in the state of Tennessee, Oakland comes out victorious 24-7. The Patriots of Oakland improve to 9-0 and the Riverdale Warriors fall to 7-1.

Game Final: Oakland – 24 | Riverdale – 7

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Mt. Spokane defeats their rival Mead with an end result of 38-24. Blake Speer takes home the MVP honors. Mt. Spokane improves to 5-1 and the Panthers of Mead fall to 2-4.

Game Final: Mt. Spokane – 38 | Mead – 24

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The Blue Springs Wildcats win in a shootout with the Blue Springs South Jaguars tonight with a score of 49-35. The MVP award was given to Kyle Bruce of Blue Springs Wildcats. The Wildcats of Blue Springs improve to 2-6 and the Blue Springs South Jaguars remain winless.

Game Final: Blue Springs – 49 | Blue Springs South – 35

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Toms River North dominates the visiting Toms River South 28-6. Micah Ford was honored as MVP. Toms River North improves to 3-4 and Toms River South fall to 1-5.

Game Final: Toms River North – 28 | Toms River South – 6

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In a close game, Pisgah scored with just over 7 minutes left in the 3rd quarter taking the lead over home team Tuscola bringing the score to 21-20. Caden Robinson’s big score during the second quarter earned him the MVP award for the night. Tuscola improves to 6-3  meanwhile the Bears of Pisgah fall to 7-2.

Game Final: Tuscola – 21 | Pisgah – 20

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Dominant from the opening kick-off, Easley rolls into Pickens and takes the victory 42-14. AJ Brown was named MVP. Easley improves to 4-4 on the season, meanwhile the Blue Flame of Pickens fall to 2-5.

Game Final: Easley – 42 | Pickens – 14

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Bergen Catholic hosted the Green Knights of St. Joseph on Saturday afternoon, but it was all Bergen Catholic this afternoon. The Crusaders took the victory 21-10. John Fiore III was named MVP of the game. Bergen Catholic improve to 7-0 and the Green Knights of St. Joseph fall to 4-3.

Game Final: Bergen Catholic – 21 | St. Joseph – 10

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A hard-fought game from the opening kick to the final whistle, but the Our Lady of Good Counsel Falcons stand victorious! Antonio Avery was honored as MVP. Our Lady of Good Counsel improves to 5-2 and the Gonzaga Eagles fall to 4-4.

Game Final: Our Lady of Good Counsel – 17 | Gonzaga – 0

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WEEK 10

El Paso vs. Austin will be showcased on the Great American Rivalry stage for the second time in history but has been a Texas tradition since 1930. The Battle of the Claw, as it is known is meeting for the 88th time in history this year. The Austin Panthers currently lead the series at 55-32-2. This season the El Paso Tigers have a chance to redeem themselves as they are on a three-game skid against the Panthers.

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The annual “Battle for the Bell” rivalry matchup between the Fountain Valley High School Barons and the Edison High School Chargers pits two nationally recognized teams against each other for a yearlong ownership of the Bell. The Bell is a reconditioned old, rusty train bell that was found in an antique store. For years, 10,000 fans have come to cheer on their team in the hopes of being on the winning side of the Bell. Edison is going for their 17th straight win over the Barons of Fountain Valley.

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South Ridge looks to get their first win in the series since the 2018 matchup when they dominated the Cougars of Killian 57-13. Since then, Killian has been running the rivalry. In the 2020 matchup, Killian won 46-3. The Cougars look to continue their win streak as they host the Spartans on October 22nd.

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The Grimsley Whirlies play host to the Page Pirates on the evening of October 15th. As they are coming off a 10-0 season and their first state title since 1960. In the 2020 matchup, the Whirlies dominated Page Pirates 42-7. A player to watch in tonight's matchup is Travis Shaw, a 5-Star, DL, ranked 4th nationally, who has committed to Mack Brown and the Tar Heels of North Carolina.

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Depew vs. Lancaster will be showcased on the Great American Rivalry Series on October 22nd. This is one of the best rivalries in the state of New York, dating back to 1933. The current record that stands with this rivalry is 53-33 with the favor towards Lancaster with 6 ties. Lancaster has won the last 5 matchups and looks to continue their winning ways.

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These teams have competed against each other for the last century. Two schools that are an hour apart are head-to-head rivals in the playoffs every year and compete for the state championship. This is a game that closes down the town and makes everyone come out to watch. The joy and excitement from either team winning lasts all year long until they compete again in the playoffs. Rutland won the most recent matchup back in 2019. Both teams are excited to get back on the gridiron for another game!

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GARS 1000th Game 2021

One of the reasons the Great American Rivalry Series chose this iconic rivalry as our 1000th game is because of its rich history. Starting in 1894, the Massillon McKinley game has brought some of the most exciting games and largest crowds to high school football. In the weeks leading up to the rivalry, the communities celebrate with giant parades, spirit week festivities including blood and food drives, joint gatherings of the two teams and bonfire rallies the night before the game.

Many coaches and players have gone on to remarkable college and professional careers. From this Rivalry, 50 players have been drafted into the NFL, accounting for 13 Super Bowl championships. 5 have gone on to become coaches in the NFL and two have been enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The rivalry has roots in commerce rather than sports. In the 1800s the Ohio-Erie Canal used to transport farm goods and commodities to market was routed through the center of Massillon and thus the town became the hub for commercial activity in Stark County.

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WEEK 11

This edition of the will be 101st in the “Battle of the Bridge”. The West Linn Vikings have won the last 7 matchups against their arch-rival Oregon City Pioneers by an average 26 point margin of victory. The Pioneers look to flip the script on the series by taking down the West Linn Vikings on October 29th.

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After ending a 12-year losing spell to the Napa High School Grizzlies enjoyed a couple more victories against the Vintage High Crushers. However, since then Vintage High has taken the 4 matchups. Napa Grizzlies looks to take back the bragging rights as they meet once again on Friday night in Memorial Stadium.

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The South Medford vs. North Medford game is one of the most highly anticipated Rivalry Games in the state. It is a battle amongst teams who share the same football stadium. Nobody wants to lose in “their” house. Look for this one to be a close one between these two Oregon powerhouses. 

South Medford took the 2020 matchup in a nail-bitter 35-34. South has also won 4 of the last 5 matches.

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The longest-standing rivalry in North Carolina returns to the Great American Rivalry Series in 2021 for the year's second installment of the "Battle for the Bell". The AL Brown Wonders pitched a 28-0 shutout against the Concord Spiders earlier this year to take home the "Victory Bell" for the sixth straight time. The historic "Victory Bell" was donated by the Southern Railway in 1950 and now serves as the centerpiece of victory in this bitter rivalry.

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The "Football for Freedom" Trophy will be on the line when the Red Lion Lions host the Dallastown Wildcats in a Halloween weekend battle. Last year's highly anticipated matchup saw the Lions jump out to a 48-14 lead at halftime, but an action-packed third quarter allowed the Wildcats to battle back to make it a 56-35 game. The Wildcats found the end zone only two more times, falling short in a 56-49 battle. This year's installment of "Football for Freedom" will have even more on the line as both schools make their Great American Rivalry Series debut.

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For the last 128 years, "The Old Rivalry" has established itself as one of the top rivalries in all of high school football. These two powerhouses have battled it out on the gridiron 137 times, with the Male Bulldogs enjoying a commanding 85-46-6 record in the series. With no match-up in 2020, the duPont Manual Crimsons are still hanging on to their dramatic 22-21 triumph that ended a five-game losing skid against the Bulldogs in 2019. Male will be looking to start a new streak and take back "The Barrel" when the Great American Rivalry Series returns to Louisville this fall.

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The Muir Mustangs and the Pasadena Bulldogs have been a fierce rivalry for years now. In recent seasons, it has been a back and forth affair, mostly leaning to Muir winning 4 of the last six matchups, but falling in last season's match up to Pasadena. Muir looks to bounce back this season with a victory over their rival.

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The Kathleen Red Devils last tasted victory against the Lakeland Dreadnaughts in October of 2016. The Dreadnaughts have taken control of the series ever since, winning in nail bitters and handing out some downright beatings. After defeating Kathleen 37-9 to close out the regular season last year, Lakeland was unfazed by a second match-up in the Region 7-A3 semifinals and walked away with a 42-7 triumph.

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This is more than just a game. This is "The Game".  Baltimore City and Baltimore Poly have each had their fair share of historic moments against each other, as the rivalry dates back to 1889. After COVID-19 forced a one year hiatus, one of the most historic rivalries in the country will come back strong with the 132nd meeting between the two schools. City squeezed out a 10-6 win in 2019 to take control of the all-time series record, leading Poly 63-62-6. This year's matchup will serve as a new beginning in the rivalry, with both schools looking to gain the advantage and claim "The Game" belongs to them.

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The endzones will read the name of either school and fans of both will pack the stadium. Homefield advantage? No one. Bragging rights? Only one. The 99th installment of the rivalry will conclude the regular season for the Fort Hill Sentinels and the Allegany Campers for the 86th time in series history. This game will mark the second time these teams faceoff in 2021, as COVID-19 postponed the 2020 contest until March 19th. A 27-12 win for the Sentinels extended their current win streak over Allegany to 15 games and marked their 62nd triumph in the series.

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WEEK 12

The Longview vs. John Tyler game is the longest-running rivalry in East Texas, dating back to 1912. The Lobos of Longview has won 5 of the 6 matchups. This is the first time the Great American Rivalry Series (GARS) has been to this rivalry since 2017. We look forward to putting this matchup on the GARS stage on November 5th.

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The annual Rider vs. Wichita Falls football game is one of the biggest rivalries that central Texas has to offer. Nearly 15,000 fans packed into Memorial Stadium every year for the game.

The Raiders of Rider have taken the last 6 matchups against their crosstown rival, Wichita Falls Coyotes. The Raiders look to extend their win streak to 7 games as they host the Wichita Falls Coyotes on the night of November 5th.

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After 2020's matchup was canceled by West Monroe late in the season due to COVID-19 concerns, the Ruston Bearcats hope a year off and home-field advantage will help them do what no Bearcat team has done against the Rebels since 1990: win. 2019 gave the Bearcats a taste of what could have been, but the Rebels ultimately prevailed 21-14 to keep their 32 game win streak in the rivalry alive, as well as their 24th straight district title. West Monroe has notched 97 consecutive district wins, but Ruston will look to nip their streak at a likely 101 games in the season finale.

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The Great American Rivalry Series welcomes back an intense matchup between the Brookwood Broncos and the Parkview Panthers for the 2021 season. Seven miles is all that separates these bitter rivals, where longtime friends on both sides of the gridiron become enemies for one night under the lights. Three touchdowns in the fourth quarter of last year's contest allowed Brookwood to put away Parkview 35-25 and punch their ticket to the playoffs. With playoff implications looming for both teams, "The Battle of Five Forks-Trickum" promises to be one of the best high school football games of the season.

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WEEK 13

The Hamilton vs. Chandler game is known as the “Battle for Arizona Avenue”, and they hand out the Arizona Avenue Trophy after the game to the winning team. In the 2020 matchup, the Chandler Wolves won a nail-bitter 23-21 over the Hamilton Huskies. Chandler High has won the last 8 matchups in the series. Hamilton looks to flip the script and start a winning streak for themselves.

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