This rivalry game that dates back to 1892, making it one of the oldest in the country. Both teams once again play in the same conference, after a few years apart because of conference realignment. Cony currently leads the all-time series 65-55-10 over Gardiner. Cony has had Gardiner’s number the past five meetings as the Tigers have not won a series meeting since 2011.


Colin Foye


Colton Brochu


Kolton Brochu is a two-sport athlete at Gardiner Area High School and a captain on the football team. He has been a three year starter in both football and baseball. He plans to attend college and study sports medicine.
Jordan Roddy


Jordan has not just been a standout on the football field and the basketball court, but he has also been a top notch student in the classroom. He is currently being recruited by Ivy League and NESCAC Schools where he hopes to continue his playing career.


Chris Whalen


Chris was a member of the 1991 Eastern Maine Class A Championship Team. He was a three-year starter and played in played in the rivalry from 1990-92. During his three years, he was chosen to be on the All State Team as a junior and senior as well as the Pine Tree All Conference Team. He was also a Fitzpatrick Trophy finalist, which is awarded to the best high school player in the state. He comes from one of the all-time great Gardiner football families; his grandfather, father, and brother were outstanding contributors to the history and success of Gardiner High School football.
Joel Glocker


Joel graduated from Cony High School in 1990. After high school he attended West Point, where he graduated in 1994 with a degree in operation research. Following West Point, Joel was commissioned as an armor officer serving at Fort Carson, Colorado. In 1999, Joel was honorably discharged at the rank of Captain and began a career in property and casualty insurance. Joel currently resides in Falmouth, Maine with his wife, Jen, and their three daughters.


Coming into the game, no one thought Gardiner stood a chance against the 18th ranked Cony Rams, but they proved everyone wrong. This game was a defensive battle from the start. Tied at 7 at the end of regulation, the game would have to be decided in overtime. Gardiner elected to go on the defensive first. After a sack on the first play in the overtime period, CB Matthew Boynton reeled in the interception in the corner of the end zone to give Gardiner the ball with the chance to win the game. On the first play from scrimmage Gardiner’s Colin Foye found his way across the goal line to seal the game for Gardiner. Foye was named MVP following the game.