Chandler and Hamilton, two powerhouses in Arizona high school football, are set to clash once again in what promises to be a thrilling showdown known as the Battle of AZ Avenue. On November 3, Austin Stadium will be the battleground for this fierce rivalry, as the Wolves from Chandler High School take on the Huskies from Hamilton High School. With both teams boasting a rich tradition of success, this matchup has become a must-see event in the state. 

This year’s game marks a significant milestone as it is a part of the 20th season of the Great American Rivalry Series, a testament to the intensity and passion that this matchup brings year after year. Rick Ford, the founder and CEO of the Great American Rivalry Series, expressed his excitement, stating, “The Chandler vs. Hamilton game is always one of the highlights of our series. The energy and enthusiasm from the players, coaches, and fans are unparalleled. We can’t wait to witness this historic clash.” 

While the all-time series record between these two teams is currently not available, their previous encounters have always been intense battles. The Wolves and the Huskies consistently attract attention not only at the state level but also on a national scale, thanks to the high level of competition and the presence of multiple elite-level recruits. 

As the teams prepare to take the field, the anticipation among the fans is palpable. With a crowd size of 8,500 expected at Austin Stadium, the atmosphere will be electric, adding to the already intense rivalry. The Battle of AZ Avenue has all the ingredients for an unforgettable clash of talent, skill, and determination. 

Friday nights are special in the world of high school football, and the Chandler vs. Hamilton matchup epitomizes the excitement and passion that this sport brings. As the sun sets on November 3, the stage is set for an epic battle between the Wolves and the Huskies. Brace yourselves, football fans, because this is a showdown you won’t want to miss.  

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