Missouri’s Valley Catholic now owns the high school football’s longest active win streak

Valley Catholic

One team’s loss is another team’s gain.  Alabama’s Edgewood Academy (Alabama) saw its 71 game win streak end Friday night, which means that Valle Catholic from Missouri goes to the top of the heap with the nation’s longest active win streak.

Friday night, Valle Catholic beat St. Vincent 77-0 for the school’s 46th straight victory.  The Warriors have won three straight Missouri Class 1 titles and a state record fourteen overall.

It was a bad night for other teams with long win streaks, aside from Edgewood’s 71 game game streak coming to an end, so did Dillon‘s (South Carolina) at 37 and Crest‘s (North Carolina) at 32 straight.

Right behind Valley Catholic is Wisconsin’s Kimberly, which won its 43rd straight Friday.  Soldotna from Alaska pushed its win streak to 41 straight Friday.

Current Active High School Football 11-man Wins Streaks

#1 Valle Catholic (Missouri) – 46

#2 Wimberly (Wisconsin) -43

#3 Soldotna (Alaska) – 41

#4 Bishop Gorman (Nevada) – 39

#5 Bishop Guilfoyle (Pennsylvania) – 32

#6 (tied) Canadian (Texas) – 31

#6 (tied) Waskom (Texas) – 31

#6 (tied) Bremond (Texas) – 31

And, let’s not forget about Pahrangagat Valley in Nevada.  The Panthers won their eighth straight 8-Man Nevada title last fall with their 93rd straight victory.  PV enters 2016, tied Shattuck (Oklahoma) for the all-time longest 8-man win streak.

PV will try to set a new 8-Man record next week when it plays Wells High School.

 

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