School rivalries[ edit ] Terrebonne High School - Sincewhen athletics began at South Terrebonne, it has continued to lookinb the oldest living intra-parish rivalry. The schools are both known for their intense "dislike" for one another, on and off the fields of play.
Ellender Memorial High School - This became most recent rivalry, especially in football, when Ellender became a high school in Both schools share a common football field located at South Terrebonne's campus. South Terrebonne has dominated Ellender sinceand has only lost one game to Ellender since then.
Also, each school's student body competes in the "Battle for the Spirit Stick", where students purchase construction paper chain links in each schools colors to adorn the stadium on lookig night. The school who sells the most links maintains the Spirit Stick until the following year. This is where the South Terrebonne's tradition of "Camo-Day" originated.
Both schools have pep rallies for this occasion that show the "special" rivalry between the two schools. South Lafourche Inn School - This is the lesser-advertised rivalry in the area.
Both are the southernmost high schools in terrrebonne respective parishes. Each school has a history of surprising wins and devastating losses to the other in many sports.
The rivalry is further fueled by each school's fan base, where old-fashioned "in your face" mockery is steeped in the area's Cajun culture.