Longest active high school football win streaks by state heading into 2019

active win streaks

While no team in America is close to touching De La Salle’s incredible of 151 game win streak, we thought we’d put together a state-by-state list for the longest active win streaks for 11-man football.

Caledonia (Minnesota) owns the longest active streak at 54 games.

Alabama

Monroe Academy (AISA) – 26 wins

UMS-Wright (AHSAA) – 19 wins

Alaska

Soldotna, East (Anchorage) – 9 wins

Arizona

Thatcher – 20 wins

Arkansas

Booneville – 15 wins

California

Folsom – 14 wins

Colorado

Loveland, Valor Christian – 14 wins

Connecticut

Hand – 24 wins

Delaware

Sussex Central – 12 wins

Florida

Lakeland – 15 wins

Georgia

Blessed Trinity – 21 wins

Hawaii

Saint Louis – 26 wins

Idaho

Declo – 25 wins

Illinois

Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley – 28 wins

Indiana

Pioneer – 30 wins

Iowa

Xavier – 26 wins

Kansas

Sabetha – 20 wins

Kentucky

Christian Academy, South Warren – 15 wins

Louisiana

Edna Karr – 27 wins

Maine

Wells – 28 wins

Maryland

St. Frances Academy – 22 wins

Massachusetts

North Andover – 13 wins

Michigan

Lumen Christi – 23 wins

Minnesota

Caledonia – 54 wins

Mississippi

Horn Lake – 15 wins

Missouri

Blair Oaks, Hayti, Watkins – 15 wins

Montana

Billings Central – 12 wins

Nebraska

Aurora, Centennial, Skutt Catholic – 13 wins

Nevada

Churchill County – 12 wins

New Hampshire

Plymouth – 27 wins

New Jersey

Haddonfield – 17 wins

New Mexico

Eunice – 23 wins

New York

Garden City – 36 wins

North Carolina

Wake Forest – 45 wins

North Dakota

Bismarck, Langdon/Edmore/Munich – 12 wins

Ohio

Archbishop Hoban – 29 wins

Oklahoma

Carl Albert – 36 wins

Oregon

Rainier – 13 wins

Pennsylvania

Southern Columbia – 32 wins

Rhode Island

North Kingstown – 9 wins

South Carolina

Dutch Fork (SCHSL) – 25 wins

Hammond (SCISA) – 25 wins

South Dakota

Brandon Valley – 7 wins

Tennessee

Greeneville – 30 wins

Texas

Highland Park – 31 wins

Utah

Milford – 19 wins

Vermont

Woodstock – 10 wins

Virginia

Roanoke Catholic (VISAA) – 31 wins

Highland Springs (VHSL) – 29 wins

Washington

Hockinson – 29 wins

West Virginia

Martinsburg – 42 wins

Wisconsin

St. Mary’s Springs – 27 wins

Wyoming

Big Horn – 11 wins

About the Author

Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.