Daily List: Longest losing streaks in state history

Social Circle's 41-game losing streak, which ended last week, was tied for the eighth-longest in state history. This does not include forfeits. Social Circle's losing streak officially was 36 games. The state record, held by Glascock County, also was mitigated by a forfeit victory and officially stands at 62. The longest current losing streak belongs to Windsor Forest (25).

82 - Glascock County (1990-99)

53 - Meadowcreek (2008-13)

50 - Towns County (1979-84)

49 - Stewart-Quitman (1997-02)

46 - Stephens County (1948-53)

44 - Long County (1985-05)

43 - Meadowcreek (2003-08)

43 - Crawford County (2009-13)

41 - Butler (2005-09)

41 - Social Circle (2010-14)

40 - Wills (1981-85)

40 - Cross Keys (2006-10)

40 - North Springs (2009-13)

39 - Spencer (2002-06)

38 - Toombs Central (1982-85)

37 - Central, Carroll (1961-65)

37 - Milton (1983-87)

36 - Hancock Central (1969-75)

36 - Stewart-Quitman (1982-85)

36 - Towns County (2004-07)

34 - Wheeler County (1969-72)

32 - Shaw (1984-87)

32 - Forest Park (1986-89)

32 - Montgomery Co. (2005-08)

31 - East Fannin (1970-74)

31 - Pelham (2005-08)

31 - Winder-Barrow (2009-12)

30 - Villa Rica (1974-77)

30 - Central, Talbotton (1983-86)

30 - Carver (Atlanta) (1988-90)

30 - SE Whitfield (1995-98)

30 - East Paulding (1996-99)

Sources: Loren Maxwell and GHSFHA

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