Rider Old High Game
Catch the Rider Old High Game on Demand
Those who follow the Rider hockey team will have a chance to catch their team in their own backyard at the Rider old high game. The Raiders are currently playing the Lubbock-Cooper Coyotes, and the Rider has won seven straight games in the series. This game is going to be a great one to see, and you won’t want to miss it.
Wichita Falls Raiders vs. Lubbock-Cooper Coyotes
Despite the rivalry’s short history, there have been some thrilling games between Wichita Falls Rider and Lubbock-Cooper Coyotes over the years. The teams have played each other 28 times since 1988, with the Raiders winning eight of those matchups. Several games ended in scoreless tie-breakers, and both teams have taken the rivalry very seriously.
The Oil Bowl is an annual high school football all-star game that pits high school football players from both Oklahoma and Texas against each other. The game is a tradition in Wichita Falls, and the winning team gets a bottle of Sonic drink. This year’s tournament pitted two Texas teams against each other, and the overall record was 46-19-1 in favor of Texas.
Historically, the best game between the two teams was the 2014 50-36 win by the Coyotes. The Raiders won the previous four games between the two teams. They are no longer in the same district, but they still take the rivalry very seriously.
The 61st meeting of the two teams will be the second to last time they face each other. They’ve also been in different districts, so this game will not have the same meaning for their postseason standings. However, the winner will have the opportunity to take control of the district standings for the first time since 2009.
The ‘Old High’ name was introduced in 1988 when the Cooper and Rider teams were in the same district. It was the first time the two teams ever met in the postseason, and it was also the first time they played each other for the championship.
Rider’s seventh straight win in the series
During the week of September 9, the Rider Broncs and Rider Raiders will face off in their first playoff game in a rivalry that dates back to 2007. Despite the fact that the Raiders were swept by the Coyotes in the regular season, the two teams played to a 2-2 draw in the regular season finale. This matchup ranks as one of the top 50 games on the TRN Sports list.
The Rider Broncs will be aiming to win their seventh straight game against the Coyotes. Last season, the Rider Broncs tied the Fairfield Stags twice. The Rider Broncs have not won more than six games in a row since the 2007-08 season.
Despite the fact that Rider has not won against the Seahawks in the regular season since 2008, the Riders are still leading the all-time series by two wins. The Riders have won seven straight against Saint Peter’s and have a 12-game unbeaten streak against the Stags.
The Riders were starting a number of young players. Ryan Stevens was thrown in for the second half. He threw 32 yards to Jal Philpot. He also had a 38-yard touchdown pass to Arland Bruce in the fourth quarter. The Rider Broncs have won six straight against Manhattan.
Tickets for the rider old high game
Luckily, you don’t have to make the trek to Wichita to get your fill of Raider football. Rather, you can score tickets to the game on demand via the interwebs. There are also several local options to choose from. Ticket prices run the gamut, from around $20 for the lowdown to as much as $40. Regardless of your budget, there is a good chance you’ll be able to snag a seat to the big game.
Aside from the requisite pre-game fare, you can also check out the action at the Rider Athletic Complex, aka the Red Rider Stadium. The facility, which is adjacent to Grand Lake Health System Field, is also home to the Red Raiders’ varsity and junior varsity teams, as well as the football team’s home and away games. You’ll also find a plethora of recreational sports activities to occupy your time. Whether you’re into volleyball, basketball, or ice hockey, you’ll find plenty of entertainment options at the complex.
Whether or not you make it to the field, you’ll find a friendly and supportive crowd aficionado. The Rough Riders’ faithful will be more than happy to help you out with a few words of chit. You’ll also find a handful of well-trained cheerleaders, who aficionados will be more than happy to oblige.