(10-13-17) 74 losses in a row, Forth Worth Castleberry won its first game of the season beating Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis 76-20. It was Castleberry’s first win of the season, but for the Eagles it was their 74th consecutive loss in a row.

Next week the Eagles travel to Kennedale who won on Friday night over Springtown 70-13, last year the Wildcats beat the Eagles 63-0.

Hundred, after forfeiting last week, was back on the gridiron last night, lost to Hancock 55-12. It was Hancock’s 2nd win of the season. Next week Hundred will play Tygarts Valley , who is 1-6 on the season. The loss for Hundred wa their 45th in a row.

University lost its 43rd game in a row to Bryan 58-14.The Trojans are off until October 23rd when they will play A&M Consolidated.

		Q1	Q2	Q3	Q4	Final
Bryan		17	14	14	13	58
University	7	7	0	0	14

Richland Center ended the 2017 season at 0-9 with a loss last night to Dodgeville, the loss was their 40th consecutive in a row.  The Hornets will have to wait until 2018 to break the streak.

Quitman (Tx), who was added to our list this week with 38 losses in a row, did not play Friday night, here is a You Tube Video from the Wood County Monitorfrom last week’s loss to Mineola 56-6.

National HS Football Longest Losing Streaks

74-Fort Worth Diamond Hill-Jarvis (Tx)  lost to Castleberry 76-20 (October 13th) –  last win – September, 2010, vs. Dallas Jefferson 31-7 – Next Game   – Kennedale   (October 19th)

45-Hundred (West Virginia) – lost to Hancock 55-12 (October 13th) – last win – November, 2010 Rappahannock County (Virginia) 53-13   – Next Game   –  Tygarts Valley  (October 20th)

43-University (Tx) Bryan  (October 13th) –  last win – September, 2013  Joshua 31 – 21 – Next Game   – A&M Consolidated (October 20th)

40 – Richland Center (Wisconsin)  lost to Dodgeville  34-21  (October 13th) – last win – September, 2013 – Prairie du Chien, 39-29 – Next Game   –  (October 20th)

38-Quitman lost to Mineola 56-6 (October 6th) –  last win –  October, 2013 Eustace 21-0– Next Game   – Farmersville  (October 20th)