Results for Best Rivalry 2013

A
Total Votes: 38
Gering
Gering, Neb.
VS
Scottsbluff
Scottsbluff, Neb.

Situated near the Wyoming border, the towns of Gering (pop. 8,500) and Scottsbluff (15,000) are divided by the North Platte River and their intense rivalry was built out of isolation. The schools compete in Class B, Nebraska's second-larges...

B
Total Votes: 13
Grand Island
Grand Island, Neb.
VS
Kearney
Kearney, Neb.

The Kearney Bearcats and Grand Island Islanders rivalry is as fierce as any, despite more than 50 miles separating the two schools. The Bearcats have won 12 of the last 15 meetings, giving credibility to the fans "WOGI" ("We Own G.I.") chan...

C
Total Votes: 17
Millard North
Omaha, Neb.
VS
Millard South
Omaha, Neb.

Nebraska's Class A has been dominated of late by the Millard schools - situated in an Omaha suburb - with one of three Millard schools winning the big-class title six times since 2001. But Millard North vs. Millard South has been the big Mi...

D
Total Votes: 3,426
Norfolk Catholic
Norfolk, Neb.
VS
Pierce
Pierce, Neb.

Pierce is basically a small suburb of Norfolk, a city of 25,000 that serves as the hub for Northeastern Nebraska. The schools play in Class C-1, the third-highest classification, and the history of success fuels the rivalry as much as proxi...

E
Total Votes: 73
Southeast
Lincoln, Neb.
VS
Creighton-Prep
Omaha, Neb.

The Knights and Junior Jays have been playing in the regular season for years, often resulting in very close finishes - such as September's matchup when Creighton overcame a 17-point deficit to win 35-27. But 11 playoff clashes over the yea...

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