Results for Best Rivalry 2013
These two neighboring schools have played in the "Battle for the Bell" since 1931 in the longest continuous high school football rivalry in the state. The winner takes home the coveted railroad bell, which was donated in 1924, and...
This is one of the oldest rivalries in the state. Page holds a 58-48-1 advantage. The Pirates most recent season was mediocre - but they came away with a nice 43-14 victory over Grimsley.
This rivalry began back in the 1960s and is one of the most heated in the state. When Bunn and Louisburg meet up, the host school typically triples its police presence to keep rowdy fans and players in check. After this last year's game, th...
This rivalry is the battle of the devils, red versus blue. Last year Newton-Conover won 38-28 at home. This year, Maiden retaliated with a 23-6 victory at home. The win ran Maiden's record to 6-0, and the Blue Devils remained undefeated hea...
As the only two football teams in Haywood County, N.C., located roughly nine miles apart, the Pigsah-Tuscola rivalry draws nearly 10,000 fans every time they meet up. The first game was back in 1966 and the emotions of the game have only in...