September 7, 2020
Sapulpa won the first HWY 97 Rivalry game in 1922, but Sand Springs can lay claim to hoisting the first-ever HWY 97 Rivalry traveling trophy.
For 98 years, the towns of Sand Springs and Sapulpa haven’t been able to agree on much, but the one thing they can agree on is that the HWY 97 Rivalry game is one of the most important games of the season. And now they have some hardware to prove it.
Athletic Directors Mike Rose and Rod Sitton have wanted a traveling trophy for the rivalry game, and they got some help from State Representative Mark Lawson (Dist. 30) who is from Sapulpa.
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