Longest active win streaks state-by-state heading into 2018

active win streaks

Kimberly High School in Wisconsin heads into the 2018 with the longest active win streak in the nation. The Papermakers, who have won five straight state championships, enter this season with a 70 game win streak.

Next in line is Alaska’s Soldotna, which carries a 59 game win streak into this season. The Stars have six straight state titles. Seven-time defending Missouri state champ Lamar is ten back of Soldotna with 49 consecutive W’s.

Two Maryland powers, Wise and Damascus, are tied for fourth on the list with 42 victories each. Both teams won their third straight state titles last season.

Below is the Top 10 active 11-man win streaks heading into this season:

Active Win Streaks

#1 Kimberly (Wisconsin) – 70 wins

#2 Soldotna (Alaska) – 59 wins

#3 Lamar (Missouri) – 49 wins

#4 (tied) Damascus (Maryland) – 42 wins

#4 (tied) Wise (Maryland) – 42 wins

#6 Caledonia (Minnesota) – 41 wins

#7 (tied) Simmons (Mississippi) – 40 wins

#7 (tied) Royal (Washington) – 40 wins

#9 (tied) Westfield (New Jersey) – 37 wins

#9 (tied) IMG Academy (Florida) – 37 wins

Below are the longest active streaks by state:

State-by-State Active Win Streaks

Alabama – Lannett and Pinson Valley – 15 wins each

Alaska – Soldotna – 59 wins

Arizona – Casteel – 14 wins

Arkansas – Pulaski Academy – 26 wins

California – McClymonds – 25 wins

Colorado – Sedgwick County (8-Man) 22 wins, Palmer Ridge (11-Man) 14 wins

Connecticut – Choate Rosemary Hall (Prep) 39 wins, Killingly 13 wins

Delaware – Delmar 11 wins

Florida – IMG Academy (Prep) 37 wins, American Heritage (Plantation) 27 wins

Georgia – Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy – 36 wins

Hawaii – Saint Louis – 15 wins

Idaho – Fruitland – 19 wins

Illinois – Prairie Ridge 28 wins

Indiana – Pioneer – 15 wins

Iowa – Don Bosco – 21 wins

Kansas – Bishop Miege (11-man), Hanover (8-Man) 25 wins each

Kentucky – Trinity 30 wins

Louisiana – University Lab 13 wins

Maine – Wells 16 wins

Maryland – Damascus and Wise 42 wins each

Massachusetts – King Philip Regional 25 wins

Michigan – Grand Rapids Catholic Central 20 wins

Minnesota – Caledonia 41 wins

Mississippi – Simmons 40 wins

Missouri – Lamar 49 wins

Montana – Billings 26 wins

Nebraska – Riverside (6-Man) 35 wins, Norfolk Catholic (11-Man) and Bruning-Davenport/Shickley (8-Man) 13 wins each

Nevada – Bishop Gorman 12 wins

New Hampshire – Plymouth 15 wins

New Jersey – Westfield 37 wins

New Mexico – Melrose (8-Man) 20 wins, Manzano (11-Man) 13

New York – Troy 26 wins

North Carolina – Wake Forest 31 wins

North Dakota – Hillsboro/Central Valley (11-Man), West Fargo (11-Man), Wyndmere/Lidgerwood 12 wins each

Ohio – Marion Local 27 wins

Oklahoma – Millwood 29 wins

Oregon – Dufur (8-Man) 20 wins, Clackamas (11-Man) 14 wins

Pennsylvania – Erie Cathedral Prep 28 wins

Rhode Island – North Kingstown 13 wins

South Carolina – South Pointe 26 wins

South Dakota – Washington 34 wins

Tennessee – Lausanne Collegiate 27 wins

Texas – Carthage (11-Man) and Borden County (6-Man) 26 wins each

Utah – South Summit 12 wins

Vermont – Windsor 20 wins

Virginia – Westfield 24 wins

Washington – Royal 40 wins

West Virginia – Martinsburg 28 wins

Wisconsin – Kimberly 70 wins

Wyoming – Kaycee (6-Man) 30 wins, Sheridan (11-Man) 18 wins

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