(9-29-17) Hundred has to wait one more week to try and break their 43 game losing streak, they were originally scheduled to play Bishop Donahue this past weekend, but the school closed its doors in May of this year. That gave the Hornets an open date.
Next week the Hornets take on Valley (3-2), they did not play the Jacks last season.
The Kimball Cubs lost a heart-breaker to Royalton 46-44, the loss is their 42nd in a row.
Next week they take on Upsala/Swanville who they lost to last year 17-7.
1 2 3 4 F Kimball 6 22 8 8 44 Royalton 7 27 6 6 46
Richland Center had a tough night losing to River Valley 61-13 for it’s 38th consecutive loss.
Richland Center had just 202 yards of total offense, 83on the ground.
Last season the Hornets lost to next week’s opponent Prairie du Chien, 20-13.
Sehome lost their 22nd game in a row on Friday night to King’s 47-28.
After the loss Head Coach Kevin Beason told the Bellingham Herald that he could some things that he saw improvement:
“I think we did some things up front better this week. I was pleased with that. I think we just had some execution things across the board that put us in some bad positions.”
Losing Streak Ended In Ohio
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In a Toledo City League game Toledo Scott beat Toledo Rogers 28-6 to end a 23 game losing streak. The Bulldogs Perrion Jones ran 11 times for 150 yards, which included touchdown runs of 30 and 35 yards.
National HS Football Longest Losing Streaks
43-Hundred (West Virginia) – bye week (September 30th) -last win – November, 2010 – Rappahannock County (Virginia) 53-13 Next Game – Valley (October 6th)
42 – Kimball (Minnesota) – Lost to Royalton 46-44 – last win – October, 2012 – Spectrum 49-18 – Next Game – Upsala/Swanville (October 6th)
38 – Richland Center (Wisconsin) Lost to River Valley 61-13 – last win – September, 2013 – Prairie du Chien, 39-29 – Next Game – Prairie du Chien (October 6th)
22- Sehome (Washington) Lost to King’s 47-28 last win – September 19th, 2015 Anacortes 16-3 – Next Game – Bellingham (October 6th)