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On Nov. 2, 1895, the newly-formed football team at Fremont High School journeyed to Sandusky to play its first game against Sandusky High School. It was the beginning of the second-oldest high school football rivalry in the state.
Since then, the teams have met 106 times in the regular season and once in the playoffs. The players have included an Olympian, a top NFL draft pick, a Heisman Trophy winner, and scores of athletes and coaches who went on to notoriety and success.
The game of football has grown up around the rivalry, which predates the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the NCAA, the NFL even the forward pass. Through changes in the game and changes in the high school football landscape the two teams keep meeting, sometimes for league championships, sometimes for playoff berths and always for the sake of rivalry and tradition.
Take the field with author and sports journalist Vince Guerrieri as he recounts the amazing legacy of a truly historic rivalry.
About the Author
Vince Guerrieri has spent the past 15 years in newspapers, working as a news and sports reporter, copy editor and editor. He is a Youngstown native and a graduate of Bowling Green State University.
Vince has worked at the News-Messenger since 2005 and lives in Fremont with his wife, Shannon, and their daughter Samantha. This is his second book.
If you would like the book signed by Vince Guerrieri, there will be a box at checkout to let him know if you want it made out to someone specific.  Also, the price of the book includes tax and shipping to the lower 48 states.  If you wish to have the book shipped internationally, please contact Vince directly for details.

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