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This great matchup between the DuPont Manual Crimsons and the Male Bulldogs has been played since 1893. For 125 years both teams have met one the field to battle for the Barrel, Kentucky’s oldest rivalry prize. The Crimsons look to end a losing streak to Male, who has dominated the last four years of meetings between the two schools. The Bulldogs come into the game as the 9th best team in the state, and an 8-1 overall record, while the Crimsons are 5-3.


Garrett Dennis


Jackson Head


Jackson, a 4 year member of the Football team, has a 4.0+ GPA. Jackson is also a member of the Baseball team and is in FCA, Beta Club, National Honor Society & Latin Honor Society. He is undecided on a college choice but plans to study pre-law and play football.
Graham Overstreet


Graham is a four-year letterman on the varsity football and boys' lacrosse teams.


Richard Fangman


Richard, Class of 2006, was a 4 year Football player and played Kicker. In his Junior season, he kicked a FG with the Dawgs trailing by 2 to win the game for the Bulldogs. In his Senior season, he kicked a FG with the game tied to win the game for the Bulldogs. Richard went on to attend Kentucky Weslyan where he played 4 seasons as their kicker. Richard currently works as an Environmental Consultant here in Louisville.
David Ulinski


Dave played in the rivalry four times from 2004-2007, leading the Crimsons to a 34-14 victory over the Bulldogs in his last season in ‘07. As captain his senior year, Dave was the anchor of the offensive and defensive lines of a Crimson team that complied a 10-2 record. He was an unanimous First Team All State selection and winner of the Paul Hornung Award for the state’s most outstanding player. Dave continued his playing career after accepting a scholarship to the University of Kentucky. He now resides in Jeffersonville, Indiana with his girlfriend and three dogs.


Male had been a force this season until last week's loss to St. Xavier, their first of the season. The question coming into this one was whether Male would suffer a hangover from that loss or come out angry. They answered that question quickly, scoring on four of their first five possessions. The Male offense, led by QB Garrett Dennis, could not be stopped. Dennis threw three touchdowns and ran for two more, cementing his MVP status in this game. Male took a 41-0 lead in the 3rd quarter and started the running clock. On a nasty and rainy evening, Male ran down the clock and closed this one out with a final score of 48-0. Male continue their recent dominance in "The Old Rivalry" and take home the Barrel.