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 This week’s meeting between the Troy High School Trojans and the Piqua High School Indians marks the 135th time the teams have played one another. After Piqua’s 32-6 loss to Troy in 2017, the Indians hope to put a dent in the Trojans’ so far successful 8-1 season. Troy comes into the game as a top 40 team in an Ohio and an undefeated conference record.


Brayden Siler
Troy High School


Aaron Heuker

Troy High School

Aaron has played football all four years, is a two-year letterman, and has also played baseball for three years. He has maintained a GPA of 4.3, is a member of the National Honor Society, student government, and senior cabinet. He also volunteers frequently in the local community. He plans on attending either Ohio State University or the University of Cincinnati to pursue a career in civil engineering.
Tayvian Elder

Piqua High School

Tayvian is a two-year varsity letterman on the football team. In addition, he is involved with Link Leaders at PHS and volunteers as a football official for youth football in Piqua. Tayvian is also involved with volunteering at the elementary schools.


At the 135th meeting of the two rivals, Troy started off strong, scoring the first touchdown of the game. By the half, the two teams were tied 7-7. The Trojans refused to lose their lead and continued to score another 4 touchdowns. The game ended with Troy beating Piqua, 35 to 9.