List/Trivia/Quote: Meadowcreek has state’s longest active losing streak


Howard’s 20-14 victory over East Laurens on Friday ended a 24-game losing streak. Here are the longest active losing streaks in the state:

49 – Meadowcreek

34 – North Springs*

34 – Crawford County

25 – Jordan

21 – Atkinson County

19 – Murray County*

17 – Social Circle*

17 – Columbus

16 – SW Atlanta Christian

15 – Montgomery County

14 – Cross Keys

12 – Groves

11 – Central, Talbotton

11 – Heritage, Ringgold

11 – Forest Park

*Forfeits prevent North Springs (40), Murray County (26) and Social Circle (22) from having longer losing streaks.


Robby Pruitt of Coffee got his 300th coaching victory on Friday against Ware County. Of those 300, Pruitt has won 133 in Georgia and 167 in Florida. Five other Georgia coaches have achieved their 300th victory while coaching in Georgia, but with a number of those victories coaching out of state. Who are the five? (Answer Wednesday)

Answer to Monday’s question: Norcross was the team that defeated North Gwinnett in 2006, when the Bulldogs started the season 9-0 and were most recently ranked No. 1.


“I think everyone should take the attitude that we’re working to be a champion, that we want to be a champion in everything we do. Every choice, every decision, everything we do every day, we want to BE A Champion.” (Nick Saban)

- Central of Carroll coach Rico Zackery

GHSF Daily asked coaches during the offseason if they have a favorite quote, saying or motto. We’ll run a different one each day. Coaches are invited to add to our list.

Produced by Georgia High School Football Daily, a free e-mail newsletter. To join the mailing list, click here.

3 comments Add your comment


September 3rd, 2013
1:58 pm

Tough trivia question this week — Tim McFerrin; Luther Welsh; and Conrad Nix come to mind, but not five.


September 3rd, 2013
8:33 pm

People don’t realize how hard it is at losing schools. They don’t have recruits coming in like other schools. The moral is so low. But tough times don’t last long. It’s up to principal to bring in quality coaches.


September 4th, 2013
6:55 am

The problem is quality coaches don’t want to go to the schools with that kind of history. You have to find the young guy who has the energy and the football smarts to pull it off. Then that coach has to find like minded coaches to help him. Then your pray you can keep him a few years.
Meadowcreek is not a destination football school it is one that folks transfer from much like many of the Dekalb schools (north of Memorial Drive)where there is the haves and the have nots.