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(9-1-17) Two of the longest winning streaks in the US ended last night in high school football.

Bishop Gorman’s 55 game win streak came to an end in California in a 35-21 loss to Mater Dei, it was the Gaels first loss since losing to Miami (Florida) Washington 28-12 on October 4th, 2013..

Mater Dei junior quarterback J.T. Daniels threw for 301 yards and two touchdown throws.

After the game Bishop Gorman Head Coach Kenny Sanchez told the Las Vegas Sun:

“I know it doesn’t feel good. But it goes season by season, and to be honest, it never felt like we won 55 games in a row. When you get older, you get more mature and you realize it doesn’t matter going into a new season. The 55 wins had no bearing on this team, because these kids didn’t win 55 games in a row.”

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	       Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
Bishop Gorman	0	7	0	14	21
Mater Dei	7	7	14	7	35

Pella’s (Iowa) 42 consecutive game winning streak came to an end tonight in a 10-7 loss to Dallas Center-Grimes .

The Mustangs winning score came on a 56 yard TD pass from Senior QB Damon Clapper (6’2) to WR Senior Thomas Erickson with just 4:35 left in the game.

	              Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final 
Pella                  0         0       7       0        7
Dallas Center-Grimes   3         0       0       7       10

On Thursday night, Bremond, the defending Texas Class 2A Division II state champions, opened their season as they beat Whiteright 41-17 to pick up its 48th consecutive win.

That ties the Tigers with the 2007-10 Lake Travis teams for the fifth-longest streak in Texas high school football history, behind Celina (68), Allen (57), Southlake Carroll (49) and Abilene (49).

Scoring
Bremond    14 - 7 - 13 - 13 = 47
Whiteright  0 - 7 -  0 - 10 = 17 

Soldotna picked up its 53rd consecutive win Friday night over Crater (Oregon) 20-7.

The game turned out to be an adventure for schools,  the game had been scheduled to be played in Oregon but had to be moved to Crescent City, California, 110 miles from Crater,  due to poor air quality caused by wildfires throughout Southern Oregon.

The Stars scoring was all via the run with Aaron Faletoi, Brandon Crowder and Brenner Furlong finding the endzone. The Stars lead 7-0 after the first quarter and 14-7 at the half.

The Stars starting defense allowed its first touchdown of the 2017 season in the 2nd quarter.

Soldotna     7 - 7 -  6 -  0 = 20
Crater       0 - 7 -  0 -  0 =  7 

The Kimberly Papermakers picked up their 59th consecutive win over Stevens Point 28-18 on Friday night, they 3-0 on the season. Next up for Kimberly will be Oshkosh West.

	       Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
Kimberly	7	 7	 7	 7	28
Stevens Point	6	 6	 0	 6	18

Wagoner opened their season on Friday night with a 41-27 win over Coweta. The Bulldogs who trailed 27-14 at half-time, would shut-out Coweta 27-0 in the 2nd half including putting 20 up on the score board in the 3rd quarter and cruise home with their 38th consecutive win.

Wagoner’s Nikia Jones (Sr, 6’4, 210 WR/FS) did a little bit of everything in the win, scoring three TDs, on an 80 yard run, 85 yard kickoff return and 60 yard returned interception for the score.

Next up for the Bulldogs will be a road trip next Friday to Pryor.

                 1 	2 	3 	4 	F
Wagoner 	14 	0 	20 	7 	41
Coweta 	        13 	14 	0 	0 	27

Longest Current Consecutive Winning Streaks

1. Kimberly (Wis.) — 59. WIN – Kimberly  28 Stevens Point 18 Sept 1st, up next (September 8th) vs. Oshkosh West
2. Soldotna (Alaska) — 53. WIN – Soldotna 20 Crater (Oregon) 7 Sept 1st, up next (September 8th) at Palmer
3. Bishop Guilfoyle (Altoona, Pa.) — 49. WIN – Bishop Guilfoyle 13 Wesmont Hilltop 7 Sept 1st, up next (Sept 8th) vs. Bishop McCort
4. Bremond (Texas) — 48. WIN- Bremond 47 Whiteright (Texas)  14 Aug. 31 up next (September 8th) vs. Iola
5. Wagoner (Okla.) — 38. Win Wagoner 41 Coweta (Okla.) 27 Sept. 1 up next (September 8th) at Pryor

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