This game is on of the largest games in the Boulder area. Not only is it a rivalry because of the close proximity of the two schools but also because they share a stadium. The game is the largest game of the year for both teams. Adding further to the rivalry, the stadium both teams share is located on the Boulder High School Campus. The stadium dates back to the early 1900’s and is steeped with rich tradition.


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Liam Faughnan


Liam has played football all four years at Boulder, and lettered his junior year. He is a member of National Honor Society, Panther Pride, Debate Club, and is the president and founder of the Ping-Pong Club. Liam also plays cello in the Chamber Orchestra. He hopes to be accepted by Rice University and plans on pursuing a degree in Physics.
David McWilliams


David is a 3-year letterman, a 3-year starter, and team captain on the varsity football team. He is a 3-time Top off-season award winner for his outstanding work during the off-season. He also has won the Champion Award, for his demonstration of the heart and character of the football program. David is currently pursuing Ivy League schools to continue his football career.


Dave Ramsey


Coach Ramsey is the most highly recognized, victorious football coach in Boulder history. He was the Colorado Coach of the Year in 1992. His teams consistently made the play-offs and won the 6A State Championship during his tenure. In addition, Coach Ramsey’s teams went 9 & 3 in the cross town rivalry with Fairview. Coach Ramsey continues to be apart of the Panthers as he enters his 33rd year teaching at Boulder.
Craig Ochs


Craig played in the rivalry his sophomore, junior, and senior years. As captain of the 98’ & 99’ squads, Craig led his teams to 41-17 & 42-0 Victories. Craig continued his football career a the starting quarterback at the University of Colorado and then transferred to the University of Montana, where the All-American led his team to the national title game his senior season. Craig also played in the NFL for several years, before returning to the University of Montana to coach.


Both teams came out strong but Boulder proved to be no match for the superior talent possessed by Fairview. Fairview put on what looked to be a clinic. The passing, running and defense of Fairview was near perfect. The Boulder players just couldn't’t find their rhythm on this night. Although the home team was taking a beating the stands remained packed with loyal fans waiting till the very end of the game.