Longest winning streaks in state history

Tucker and Calhoun each won their 20th consecutive games last week. That’s good, but it’s far from the state record. Schools have achieved winning streaks of 30 or more games 16 times:

47 – Buford (2001-04)

46 – Parkview (2000-03)

44 – Lincoln County (1989-91)

41 – Sandy Creek (2009-11)

38 – Lincoln County (1976-78)

37 – Valdosta (1960-63)

37 – West Rome (1982-84)

36 – Thomson (1967-69)

35 – Northside, Warner Robins (2006-08)

34 – Southeast Bulloch (1972-74)

34 – Americus (1974-76)

32 – Buford (2007-09)

32 – East Rome (1977-79)

31 – Morgan County (1958-60)

30 – Washington County (1996-97)

30 – Valdosta (1956-58)

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5-Time

October 1st, 2012
7:46 am

I wonder which squad brought NSWR’s 35 game winning streak to a screeching halt back in 2008?? :-D

5-Time

October 1st, 2012
7:52 am

But we lost to Grayson in the Second Round of the Playoffs that year…. :-(

WCHS

October 1st, 2012
8:48 am

I still haven’t seen a team that would have beat WACO 94 or 97 teams!!!!!

Baldwin Brave

October 1st, 2012
10:11 am

Baldwin high school snapped Waco 30 games winning streak the 1st game of the 98-99 season it was a great game

Baldwin Brave

October 1st, 2012
10:14 am

That 94 Waco team had Robert Edwards and the 97 team had Tarrence Edwards at QB and FS they were really good

Jefferson

October 1st, 2012
11:53 am

Calhoun has a 88 game region streak.

Baldwin Brave

October 1st, 2012
1:28 pm

That 94 WACO team also had Tikeo Spikes i forgot about him

Central GA

October 1st, 2012
1:34 pm

Leroy Hill was a sophmore on that Baldwin team that broke WACO 30 game streak he had something crazy like 22 tackles that game

WACO Fan

October 1st, 2012
2:26 pm

94 WACO did not have Robert Edwards, but it did have his cousin, Chris Edwards, as well as his brother Terrance (a freshman).

Coach madden

October 1st, 2012
3:47 pm

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BullDawg Rick

October 1st, 2012
7:18 pm

As a Gwinnett County & Buford Wolves fan, I can feel the envy.. #’s 1, 2 & 12…

Know It All

October 2nd, 2012
1:56 am

Nobody would beaten Americus in 75 for the simple fact that if you can’t score you can’t win. Thirteen shutouts in 14 games. The only points allowed was in Alabama when the refs flat out CHEATED. AND YES, WE ARE STILL P!&&ED OFF ABOUT THAT.

MeanGreenMachine

October 2nd, 2012
8:29 am

NO TEAM scored on West Rome in 1985 until the playoffs. State Champs 82-85!!!! And Buford, You tied our record,That WE/WR set! You always need to remember who got there first and set the record. Sure wish West Rome & Buford had played back in those days.

Just a fan

October 2nd, 2012
11:25 pm

If I recall, Buford moved a tough game to later in the year so they could beat Parkviews record…in fact they lost the game vs the team they were concerned about…..

mistermak

October 3rd, 2012
12:37 am

I believe Camden has the record for the longest regular season winning streak…I wanna say 60 games but I am not sure what the exact number is. Can you help me with that one Todd?

vmase

October 3rd, 2012
10:05 am

Didn’t Thomson win 30 straight in ‘84 and ‘85? 15-0 both years.

vmase

October 3rd, 2012
10:27 am

Correction. they went 14-0-1 in 85.