Results for Best Rivalry 2013

Total Votes: 33
Henderson, Nev.
Green Valley
Henderson, Nev.

When Green Valley opened in 1991, Basic ceased to be the lone high school in Henderson, the state's second largest city behind Las Vegas. As a result of the split, the "Henderson Bowl" was born and a large silver trophy (donated by the late...

Total Votes: 11
Bishop Gorman
Las Vegas, Nev.
Palo Verde
Las Vegas, Nev.

Just because Bishop Gorman and Palo Verde don't play in the regular season doesn't mean they're not bitter rivals. They've played in the postseason six straight years, including in the 2010 and 2011 Sunset Region title games. And while Gorm...

Total Votes: 1,244
Carson City, Nev.
Minden, Nev.

Carson and Douglas are the only football-playing schools from nearby small towns just south of Reno, so there's a natural animosity between them. They've been playing each other in football since 1923 (Carson owns a 47-22-3 all-time lead) b...

Total Votes: 6
Las Vegas, Nev.
Las Vegas, Nev.

No high school football rivalry across the nation puts a more unique or prestigious trophy on the line. Every fall, the Sundevils and Cowboys do battle for the rights to a bronzed cleat that once belonged to Merlin Olsen. In 1973 the Pro Fo...

Total Votes: 3,568
Moapa Valley
Overton, Nev.
Virgin Valley
Mesquite, Nev.

Moapa Valley and Virgin Valley started competing for a hammer trophy in the 1950s, but the schools had to stop handing out the hammer in the 70s because students from the losing school would often steal it from the winning team. The school'...

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