Meadowcreek’s victory over Habersham Central last week ended the second-longest losing streak in state history. These are the 11 longest, along with the year the streaks ended, according to GHSFHA.com.
*62 – Glascock County (1997)
53 – Meadowcreek (2013)
51 – Long County (2005)
50 – Towns County (1984)
49 – Stewart-Quitman (2002)
41 – Butler (2009)
40 – Wills (1985)
40 – North Springs (2013)
37 – Milton (1997)
32 – Spencer (2005)
32 – Forest Park (1989)
32 – Shaw (1987)
31 – Winder-Barrow (2012)
*Glascock County lost 82 consecutive games, but a 1997 loss to Washington-Wilkes was overturned by forfeit because of ineligible players.
Aquinas broke a 32-game losing streak to Lincoln County on Friday with a 42-14 victory. What is the longest active streak of one Georgia school beating another in football? (Answer Tuesday)
Answer to Friday’s question: Coaches who have won Georgia state titles in three or more decades are Wright Bazemore (Valdosta), Larry Campbell (Lincoln County), Nick Hyder (Valdosta) and Charlie Grisham (Carrollton).
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- Brookstone coach Brad Dehem
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