Green Bay's oldest prep rivalry moves to Lambeau Field

East and West high schools square off in QB Challenge

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GREEN BAY – The oldest high school football rivalry in Green Bay, and one of the oldest in the country, will take center stage at halftime of the Packers-Chiefs Monday night game at Lambeau Field.

Green Bay East and Green Bay West will be the two featured teams in the QB Challenge. On Friday, Sept. 18, the two rivals met for the 110th time, with the rivalry dating back to 1905.

East won this year's meeting, avenging a one-point loss to West in 2014, and East leads the all-time series 58-49-3. The two schools are the oldest (East) and second-oldest (West) in the city.

East, 3-2 this year, will bring QB Deonte Carlton along with WRs Deidre Davis and Daniel Warren. West (0-5) will feature QB Kevin Franklin and WRs Brett Kurowski and Austin Williquette.

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