Results for Best Rivalry 2013
Le Roy, N.Y.
This matchup is considered to be the state's best small-town football rivalry, and has existed for 113 years. One former Cal-Mum player, Dan Whiteside, says the annual game gets more attention than a state title win.
New York, N.Y.
The oldest rivalry in the state, this matchup dates back to 1893. The first game was played in the dark and ended in a tie. The two schools go head-to-head in an annual Turkey Bowl.
North Tonawanda, N.Y.
When one team dominates another, it is sometimes hard to call it a rivalry. That's not the case here - despite North Tonawanda beating Tonawanda 14 straight times, including 45-21 this season. This is one of the oldest matchups in New York,...
With their schools less than four miles apart, proximity itself makes this a great rivalry. Additionally, this is one of the oldest rivalries in New York. The game was suspended for 17 years from 1931 to 1948 because of the heated nature of...
In effect since 1891, this rivalry is described to be as intense as the Yankees versus the Red Sox. The duo participates in the Great American Rivalry Series, featuring the nation's best high school football teams.