A week of wild games and high scores, unmatched in the Great American Rivalry Series for the week!

To kick things off in Buffalo, NY, St. Joseph v. Canisius, Canisius steamrolls their foe 66-0. Lamar Thomas of Canisius claims MVP honors. The Crusaders of Canisius improve to 3-0 and the Marauders from St. Joesph fall to 0-3.

In Georgia, another victory against a scoreless opponent, 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.

Moving to Louisville, KY, 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.

Heading north to Minnesota, 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.

Back in New York, 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.

To the east, in North Carolina, Eastern Alamance dominated 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.

Lastly, in Virginia, 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.