This is the 102nd time these two schools have met in this Rivalry game. And there is some fear that this may be the last time these two schools meet due to redistricting.


Jed Jastrzemki
North Tonawanda


Shaun O'Lay

North Tonawanda

Shaun is a 3-year letterman in football and a member of the power lifting team. He has been battalion leader and a real solid citizen and student. Shaun is highly involved in the community through his church and works with the Salvation Army, helps with NTAA football practice, and assists the elderly
Robert Petitt


Rob is a 2-year letterman for the varsity football team and a 3-year letterman for the wrestling team. Rob is a model UN member as well as a Boys State Delegate representative. Rob keeps busy as a member of the science club and annually volunteers with the Christmas for Kids program. He is planning to attend The University of Buffalo to study engineering.


John Chiasera

North Tonawanda

John played in the T-NT rivalry game his sophomore through senior years. He was named to the 1st Team All Niagara Frontier League as a half-back his junior year and senior year. In 1962, he was named to the 11th Annual Scholastic All American High School Football Squad sponsored by Scholastic Magazine. He is considered by many as the greatest running back in the Niagara Frontier League History. John is also a Vietnam veteran, serving from 1966 to 1968.
Larry Bodie


Larry played in two T-NT games winning his senior year for the Warriors. He was captain of the 1963 undefeated NFL Championship team and was selected to the All Western New York Team. He is known as one of the best interior linemen in Tonawanda’s history. Larry went on and played for the University of Miami on a full scholarship and received an All American Honorable Mention his freshman year. He was also a coach for Canisius College as well as many others.


The two teams met at North Tonawanda High School resulting in a 40-14 win for the home team.