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Archbishop Hoban and St. Vincent St. Mary has been a rivalry since the late 1950s when St. Vincent and St. Mary were two different schools. This rivalry only intensified when the two schools combined to form St. Vincent St. Mary.
The rivalry went dormant from 1977 until 1996. Since then, things have been heated each season when these two Ohio teams face off. Several standouts have played in this rivalry down the years, including LeBron James. Who will shine this season?


Shane Hamm
Archbishop Hoban High School


Cam Mizer

Archbishop Hoban High School

Cam is a student ambassador, peer mentor, senior leader and NHS member at Hoban. Additionally, Cam has been on the honor roll ever semester of high school. After high school Cam plans on attending college to study marketing and entrepreneurship.
Logan Olson

St. Vincent St. Mary High School

Logan is a three-year letterman in football, a member of Irish Athletes for Christ, French Club Mu Alpha Theta, Math Honorary, and the NASA Rocket Team. He is also on the honor roll and the Principals list for academics.


Archbishop Hoban blew the competition away at this year's Holy War. The Knights started off strong, with Shane Hamm throwing a pass to #87 for a 40-yard touchdown, giving Hoban a 7 point lead. Hoban continues to bring the heat in the second quarter, with Deamonte Trayanum executing two touchdowns. By the end of the second quarter, Hoban is leading by 21. St. Vincent St. Mary puts up a strong defense in the third quarter, holding Archbishop Hoban at a 20 point lead. However, Archbishop Hoban ultimately takes the game with a final score of 30-0.