Longest active high school football win streaks heading into 2019

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Four-time Minnesota state champ Caledonia enters 2019 as the school with the longest active win streak in high school football. The Warriors, who have won nine overall state titles, have won 54 straight, including a 21-0 victory over Barnesville in last year’s Class AA state title game.

Three-time North Carolina state champ Wake Forest is second on the list with 45 wins, followed by three-time West Virginia state champ Martinsburg with 42 straight victories.

Of course, all of the teams on the list have a long way to go to reach the all-time record of 151 straight victories by De La Salle High School in Concord, California.

Current Active High School Football Win Streaks

Caledonia (Minnesota) – 54 wins

Wake Forest (North Carolina) – 45 wins

Martinsburg (West Virginia) – 42 wins

Carl Albert (Oklahoma) – 36 wins

Garden City (New York) – 36 wins

Southern Columbia (Pennsylvania) – 32 wins

Highland Park (Texas) – 31 wins

Roanoke Catholic (Virginia) – 31 wins

Greeneville (Tennessee) 30 wins

Pioneer (Indiana) – 30 wins

Archbishop Hoban (Ohio) – 29 wins

Highland Springs – 29 wins

Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (Illinois) – 28 wins

Wells (Maine) – 28 wins

Edna Karr (Louisiana) – 27 wins

Hockinson (Washington) – 27 wins

Plymouth (New Hampshire) – 27 wins

St. Mary’s Springs – 27 wins

Cedar Rapids Xavier (Iowa) – 26 wins

Monroe Academy (Alabama) – 26 wins

Saint Louis (Hawaii) – 26 wins

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