Two schools that are separated by only a few miles creates an intense and natural rivalry that extends beyond the turf. Farmingdale and Massapequa have been playing each other for 18 years along Long Island, NY. Farmingdale holds the overall record of 17-7; however, Massapequa have recently regained a footing in the series winning 4 of the last 6 meetings. The Chiefs host the Dalers this fall where Massapequa looks to gain another one back in the series after last season’s 35-7 victory.



Sal Posillico


Brendan Meaney


Brendan plays offensive lineman. He was nominated one of the Top 100 Football Players on Long Island by Newsday and is also a multi-sport athlete. He is a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society. Brendan plans to study accounting but it still undecided on where he wants to attend college.
Trevor Gayron


Trevor is an excellent student athlete. He was an All-County Football player as a junior, while leading his team in tackles. Trevor is also an outstanding lacrosse player. Trevor is also a volunteer firefighter and received the Nassau County SHIELD award. His goal after high school is to attend the US Naval Academy with the ultimate intention of becoming a Navy Seal.


Farmingdale opened the game scoring the first points in the 1st quarter. Ahead 14-0 at the beginning of the 2nd, the Dalers scored two more times sending this Rivalry into halftime with a score of 28-0. Massapequa showed up in the second half looking to put points on the board but came up short on a 4th and 6 giving the Dalers a chance to increase their lead. Farmingdale took the opportunity and scored another TD bringing the tally to 35-0 with just under 10 minutes left in the 3rd. In the 4th, the Dalers and the Chiefs ran it into the endzone. Farmingdale took the Rivalry trophy home this year with a final score of 42-7.