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(10-10-17) In 2017 SSN has been trying to track the longest consecutive winning and losing streaks in high school football around the country.  With all 50 states  you are bound to miss a few, SSN did for sure.

During the search to keep our list active we found four Texas schools with 30 or more losses, thanks to our friends at pigskinprep.com.

  • University – 42 in a row
  • Quitman – 38 in a row
  • Dallas Pinkston – 30 in a row

But when we found out that a school had lost 73 in a row, how did we miss that one?

Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis has not won a HS football game since September 18th, 2010  when they beat Dallas Jefferson 31-7.  In 2010 they went 2-9-1, their other win that year was 100-0 over Eastern Hills.

The Eagles will again have a chance to snap the record this Friday when they play Castleberry, who they lost to last season 38-7.

 

 

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