This historic bell game is one of the most heated rivalries in California. It started back in 1969 and has been played every year since. The winner not only gets to take the bell home for the year but also gets to paint it the schools color. Apple valley led the series 32 – 15 and had previously had the bell in their possession for the year. This is such an intense rivalry that students from Victor Valley broke into the stadium the night before to spray-paint the stands green for their school’s color. With Apple Valley’s win, the bell remained orange for one more year.
Cade Mossy Bell
Mossy broke the AVHS football Passing record with over 1800 yards last season. He was 2nd team all Mojave River League last year. He carries a 3.63 GPA. Mossy is a captain this season and exemplifies what it means to be a true leader.
DeMariea Carries a 3.54 GPA. He has played on football for Victor Valley all 4 years of high school. DeMariea also Wrestled for the Jack Rabbits. He hopes to attend ULCA, Oregon, or Mission San Diego to further his education.
Jeremy played in the 97, 98, & 99 Rivalry Games. He continued his education at Victor Valley College and then went onto Chaffey College before receiving a full ride to San Diego State. He has two children, one of whom plays on the freshmen football team. Jeremy remains an integral part of the football program serving as a coach.
Billy graduated in 1988 and contributed significantly to the 85, 86 & 87 Rivalry games. Billy excelled in his position as middle linebacker and proudly wore the number 66.