Results for Best Rivalry 2013

Total Votes: 82
Ben Davis
Indianapolis, Ind.
Warren Central
Indianapolis, Ind.

A crosstown rivalry dating back to 1937, East vs. West, the Ben Davis and Warren Central game is always a must see. The two Indiana Class 5A powers play for bragging rights every year, with the overall record going to Warren Central....

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Total Votes: 36
Bishop Luers
Fort Wayne, Ind.
Bishop Dwenger
Fort Wayne, Ind.

This series started in 1968. In the last 15 years, Dwenger holds a slim 8-7 advantage in the battle of Catholic powerhouses....

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Total Votes: 99
Carmel, Ind.
Center Grove
Greenwood, Ind.

This game is always circled on the calendar for both teams. In a very talented Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference, Center Grove and Carmel battle every year for the "Copper Kettle" trophy. ...

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Total Votes: 29
Crown Point
Crown Point, Ind.
Lowell, Ind.

This is the longest active football rivalry in Indiana. Often referred to as the "Old Leather Helmet" game, it was first played in 1903. Since then, these two teams have met 104 times. Crown Point holds the lead in the series, 63-40-2....

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Total Votes: 7,102
Mater Dei
Evansville, Ind.
Evansville, Ind.

It's often whispered that if a robber wants to break into a house on the west side of Evansville, he should do it when these two rivals tangle at the famed Reitz Bowl, because everyone on that side of town is at the game. Reitz leads the se...

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