Griffin and McEachern beat opponents last week for the 21st consecutive time. Here are 17 rivalries in which one team has beaten the other at least 20 straight times, with the dominant team on the left. If we have missed any, let us know. If the teams are playing each other this season, the date is in parentheses.
37 – Thomasville vs. Albany
36 – Lincoln County vs. Warren County (10/11)
32 – Lincoln County vs. Aquinas (10/4)
28 – Carrollton vs. Haralson County
25 – Washington-Wilkes vs. Hancock Central
24 – Warner Robins vs. Northeast
23 – Dalton vs. Southeast Whitfield (11/1)
23 – Mary Persons vs. Wilkinson County
22 – Burke County vs. Glenn Hills (10/18)
22 – Brookwood vs. Berkmar (10/25)
22 – Charlton County vs. Brantley County (8/30)
21 – Woodward Academy vs. Henry County
21 – Warner Robins vs. Southwest, Macon
21 – Parkview vs. Shiloh (10/18)
21 – McEachern vs. Pebblebrook (9/13)
21 – Griffin vs. Jonesboro (9/13)
20 – Camden County vs. Windsor Forest
Which northwest Georgia team ended a 27-game losing streak to an annual rival on Aug. 23, 2013? (Answer Wednesday)
Answer to Monday’s question: The two Georgia head coaches who are in the first seasons at their schools, whose teams are in the current Top 10 and whose teams were not in the Top 10 last season are Olten Downs of Creekside and Chris Slade of Pace Academy.
“If you believe in yourself, have dedication and pride, and never quit, you’ll be a winner. The price of victory is high, but so are the rewards.” (Bear Bryant)
- Toombs County coach Steve Versprille
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