The Bell Game
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The Bell Game is a yearly contest between two Pueblo, Colorado high schools: Central High School and Centennial High School. They have been playing each other since 1892 in what is touted as the oldest football rivalry west of the Mississippi River and the largest sports event of it's kind in Colorado. The rivalry is sometimes referred to as the "One Hundred Year War". Since the mid-1950s the teams have played to gain ownership of the trophy Bell and get to paint it their respective colors and host in their school for sporting events and school activities.
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