Results for Best Rivalry 2013
Known as the Custer County Conflict, the heat from this rivalry is planted early. The towns are 15 miles apart, so opponents get to know each other starting in little leagues. The series began in 1921. For a long spell between 1944 and 1971...
Broken Bow, Okla.
This rivalry is know as the Little Red Rumble, for the river that flows between the two communities. These two teams have been playing for 103 years.
These football powerhouse teams are regarded as the best programs in the state. Their annual matchup, which started in 1949, is dubbed the Backyard Brawl and draws up to 30,000 spectators.
Midwest City, Okla.
Del City, Okla.
This rivalry was considered by some to be one of the best in Oklahoma, until the last couple of years when Del City moved down a class. The schools traditionally opened the season against each other, but that changed in 2012 when Del City p...
Oklahoma City, Okla.
This rivalry started in 1987 and evolved into the Moore War. At its best in the early 2000, the Moore War drew over 30,000 fans - impressive considering the community had 47,000 people at the time.