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Daily List: Schools with 200 wins that no longer exist

GHSF Daily's 10 Best feature on Thursday reported that Valdosta leads the all-time series with Colquitt County 28-18, to which a reader noted that the Wildcats and Packers have played 103 times. And that's true if the Moultrie Packers count. And to many, they do. Colquitt County High officially opened in 1978 as the merger of Moultrie, Doerun and Norman Park high schools. Only Moultrie played football, and the Packers nickname was carried over, so it's a matter of opinion on how to handle those football histories. Here are Georgia high schools that won more than 200 games but exist no more, according to school definitions set by the Georgia High School Football Historians Association.

545 - Americus 

506 - Albany 

441 - Waycross 

367 - Avondale 

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367 - R.E. Lee 

351 - Athens 

322 - Lanier (Macon) 

321 - Moultrie 

317 - Crim 

313 - West Point 

305 - North Fulton 

292 - Louisville 

285 - Wrens 

282 - Hogansville 

281 - Rossville 

278 - West Rome 

271 - Russell 

266 - Fulton 

259 - Northside (Atlanta) 

258 - Lyons 

245 - Toccoa 

237 - Waynesboro 

236 - Tifton 

231 - College Park 

230 - East Rome 

225 - Lincolnton 

225 - Tech 

224 - Glennville 

223 - Brown 

213 - Boys 

206 - Campbell (Fairburn) 

202 - Campbell (Smyrna)* 

201 - Reidsville 

201 - West Fulton 

*The current Campbell in Smyrna opened in 1989 when the original Campbell (called the Panthers) merged with Wills High. The new Campbell (Spartans) occupies the old Wills campus. 

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