Longest active win streaks heading into 2017

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Kimberly High School (Wisconsin) enters the 2017 high school football with the nation’s longest active 11-man win streak.  The Papermakers, who are Wisconsin’s reigning Division 1 champs, having won four straight state titles, bring a 56-game win streak into this season.

Sitting right behind Kimberly is defending High School Football America “mythical” national champ Bishop Gorman from Las Vegas, Nevada with a 54-game win streak.  The eight-time state champion Gaels have amassed the win streak playing one of the toughest out-of-state schedules in the country.

Five-time Alaska state champ Soldotna is riding a 49-game win streak. The Stars, who are the defending Medium Schools champ, will put that streak to the test in its season opener against defending Big Schools champ West (Anchorage, Alaska).  On September 1st, Soldotna will host Crater (Central Point, Oregon), which is a 5A school that finished 5-5 last season.

The fourth longest active 11-man win streaks belongs to Bishop Guilfoyle (Altoona, Pennsylvania) and Bremond (Texas).  Both have won 47 straight games and three straight state championships

Active 11-Man Win Streaks

Kimberly (Wisconsin) – 56

Bishop Gorman (Nevada) – 54

Soldotna (Alaska) – 49

Bishop Guilfoyle (Pennsylvania) & Bremond (Texas) – 47

Pella (Iowa) – 41

Wagoner (Oklahoma) – 37

Lamar (Missouri) – 35

9-Man and 8-Man win streaks

Minnesota’s Grand Meadow High School, winners of four straight 9-Man state titles, is on a 50 game win streak, while Joshua Springs (Yucca, California), an 8-Man program) has won 31 straight.

 

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