STREAKING ALONG

Updating the state's longest current unbeaten streaks and longest current winless streaks as well as the national list for longest current winning streaks

Longest Current Unbeaten Streaks (California)

125-0-0 -- De La Salle (Concord)

42-0-0 -- St. Bonaventure (Ventura)

26-0-0 -- Los Gatos

25-0-1 -- La Quinta

25-0-0 -- Paraclete (Lancaster)

24-0-0 -- Miramonte (Orinda)

22-0-0 -- Hart (Newhall)

18-0-0 -- Big Valley (Bieber)

Note: Big Valley's streak does not include one win by default; all streaks listed according to on-the-field results only.

Longest Current Winning Streaks (National)

125 -- De La Salle (Concord, Calif.)

First game will be Friday, Sept. 13 vs. Mitty of San Jose.

58 -- Celina (Texas)

Won opening game by just 6-0; could be in trouble when they play Pilot Point.

47 -- Boyle County (Danville, Ky.)

Has already won two games to start 2002 season.

44 -- Snake River (Blackfoot, Idaho)

Opened with a win last week, but has a bye this week.

42 -- St. Bonaventure (Ventura, Calif.)

Favored in first game this weekend vs. Dos Palos. 38 -- Jenks (Jenks, Okla.)

Starting this weekend; big test looming vs. rival Tulsa Union.

35 -- Newark (Newark, Del.)

Senators won 14-13 in first game vs. Dover and jumped three spots on this list.

Note: Urbana (Ijamsville, Md.) was No. 3 on this list at the start of the season with a 50-game win streak, but lost first game 41-7 to Gilman (Baltimore). The Meadows (Las Vegas, Nev.) was No. 7 on this list and also lost first game. Another long win streak that already has ended was a 36-gamer by Harrison High of Farmington Hills, Mich.

Longest Current Winless Streaks (California)

0-37-0 -- Southwest (San Diego)

0-29-0 -- Gahr (Cerritos)

0-25-2 -- Tennyson (Hayward)

0-25-0 -- Redlands East Valley (Redlands)

0-24-0 -- Bolsa Grande (Garden Grove)

0-23-0 -- Galt

0-22-0 -- Simi Valley

0-19-1 -- Hoover (Glendale)

Note: Also counting default losses, Los Molinos is currently at 0-16 (plus five losses by default) and Delhi is currently at 0-12 (plus eight losses by default).


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