Buckle up, football fanatics, because the gridiron is about to witness an eruption of rivalry that’s been building for years! On September 23rd, 2023, Proctor High School Football Stadium will become the battleground for a monumental clash between the Raiders and the Warriors. This showdown marks the 20th season of the Great American Rivalry Series, and it’s gearing up to be a contest for the ages.

In the heart of a Friday night, the atmosphere will be electric as the Raiders and Warriors square off. With a crowd size of 6,000 expected to roar from the stands, the stadium will pulsate with the undying spirit of high school football rivalry. The echoes of past battles and the anticipation of future glory will reverberate through every play.

“Football rivalries have a unique way of bringing communities together and igniting a passion that is unrivaled,” says Rick Ford, founder and CEO of the Great American Rivalry Series. “The 20th season of our series celebrates the essence of these matchups and the memories they create.”

When these two powerhouses clashed last, the Raiders emerged victorious with a thrilling 32-20 win over the Warriors. The game reached overtime after a dramatic blocked field goal that would have sealed the deal for the Warriors. It was a testament to the resilience and determination that only a rivalry like this can summon.

As the countdown to kickoff begins, the Raiders and Warriors are preparing to etch their names in the annals of their storied rivalry. The history, camaraderie, and unyielding competitive fire are the ingredients that make this matchup so special.

In a game that transcends wins and losses, Proctor High School Football Stadium will play host to the embodiment of sportsmanship, pride, and tradition. It’s more than a game; it’s a celebration of the game itself.

So mark your calendars for September 23rd, 2023, when the Raiders and Warriors collide under the dazzling Friday night lights. Prepare for a spectacle that’ll remind us all why Friday nights hold a special place in the hearts of football lovers.

We Know Friday Nights.



John Sindoni


Dereck Feliciano-Pabey

Utica Proctor

Dereck has been involved in sports since he was 5 years old, mainly concentrating on football. He has had high honors since 7th grade and is currently taking carpentry classes at BOCES in hopes of pursuing a career in carpentry/construction. His goal is to eventually own his own business.
Mason Michalski


Key Club, National Honor Society, Wrestling, volunteer work. Aspires to be either a PA or a pilot


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