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The Douglas/Bisbee rivalry began in 1906 with Bisbee winning the first game.   The teams have played 144 games with Douglas having 77 wins, Bisbee 59 wins and 8 ties.  There were no games played between 1991 and 1994.  The Douglas/Bisbee football game is the fourth oldest rivalry in the nation. Originally, the last game of the year was the Douglas/Bisbee game played on Thanksgiving day which was called the Turkey Day game.  The last Turkey Day game was held in 1964.  The communities came together in 1944 and established the PIck game and built a trophy.  The trophy is housed at the winning school for that year.  If the trophy is transferred from the losing school to the winning school, the losing school's Student Council President presents the Pick to the winning school's Student Council President at an assembly.









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