The historic rivalry between the Allegany Campers and the Fort Hill Sentinels is set to unfold at Greenway Avenue Stadium on October 28th. With a storied history that dates back to 1936, this clash marks the 101st meeting between these two titans of the gridiron. As part of the 20th season of the Great American Rivalry Series, this game holds a special place in the hearts of football fans across the nation. 

Greenway Avenue Stadium will come alive with the energy of 4,000 passionate fans, eagerly anticipating the spectacle that is the Allegany vs Fort Hill rivalry. Rick Ford, the founder and CEO of the Great American Rivalry Series, spoke about the significance of this game, saying, “The Allegany vs Fort Hill matchup is a true testament to the enduring power of high school football rivalries. It embodies the passion, tradition, and camaraderie that make these games so special. We are honored to feature this game in our 20th season.” 

In last year’s clash, the Fort Hill Sentinels emerged victorious with a 21-7 win, extending their winning streak over Allegany to an impressive 13 consecutive victories. Despite suffering an ankle injury in the second quarter, Anthony Palmisano showcased his exceptional talent and was named the game’s Most Valuable Player. His indomitable spirit on the field serves as a reminder of the intensity and determination that define this rivalry. 

This showdown holds additional significance as both teams celebrate their homecoming. The air will be electric with school pride, and the atmosphere will be filled with excitement and anticipation as fans rally behind their respective mascots – the Allegany Campers and the Fort Hill Sentinels. 

Adding to the intrigue, Fort Hill boasts an extraordinary record, having secured an impressive seven state championships in just nine seasons. As they enter this game as the defending state champions, the Sentinels will undoubtedly bring their championship spirit to the field. 

The Allegany Campers and Fort Hill Sentinels are prepared to leave it all on the gridiron. With a century-long rivalry, this matchup promises to be a defining moment in their storied history. Brace yourself for a battle that embodies the heart and soul of high school football because when it comes to Allegany vs Fort Hill.

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Jabril Daniels
Fort Hill


Blake Powell


Blake has been a four-year varsity starter as the team’s kicker and punter. Blake is also a two-time player of the year in soccer as well as a four-year varsity starter. Along with his academic and athletic achievements, he is active in the church community and has participated on mission trips. Blake is undecided on a university but plans on majoring in sports science continuing his football and/or soccer career.
Cooper Silber

Fort Hill

Cooper is a team captain who also serves as the team’s kicker and punter. He is a dedicated student who is a member of both the National Honor Society and the Science Honor Society. Cooper plans to attend and four-year university where he hopes to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering and continue his football career.


Fort Hill started the game with 75 yard 8 play drive. Converted on a 4th and 6. Allegany 1st, nice fade route to #5, great catch and long. The Campers gets 9.9 yards on next 3 plays. On 4th and inches from FH 30 Alco runs up the middle at the best d-linemen in the area and gets stuffed. On 3rd and long FH QB breaks a 70 yard scramble to Alco 10 but called back on a chop block by FB. Brown then hits a lot NYG pass on 3rd. and 25. How about that. FH can pass on 3rd and long. Fort Hills was overwhelming Allegany at this point, lining up in multiple sets and running multiple players, it didn't seem like they had an answer for Fort Hills on defense as they make the score 21-0. FH was not done yet as they get the ball back and run it into the endzone to make it 27-0 at the end of 2nd. Allegany would show some grit throwing for a nice TD to put their first points on the board trying to start a comeback. And just like that Allegany scored again on another nice pass to bring the game back but unfortunately Fort Hills would not quit, tacking on some more touchdowns as they close the game out for a final score of 47-21.