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List: Longest streaks of region championships

Calhoun set a state record this season with the school's 18th consecutive region championship. Three other schools - Rabun County, Westlake and Greater Atlanta Christian - joined the list of those that through history have won five straight region championships.

18 - Calhoun (2001-2018) 

17 - Lincoln Co. (1982-1998) 

13 - Camden Co. (2001-2013) 

10 - Warner Robins (1988-1997) 

10 - Palmetto (1980-1989) 

10 - Carrollton (1959-1968) 

9 - ELCA (2010-2018) 

8 - Buford (2001-2008) 

8 - Greenville (1979-1986) 

7 - Carver-Columbus (2007-2013) 

7 - Lincoln County (2003-2009) 

7 - Charlton Co. (1994-2000) 

7 - Valdosta (1986-1992) 

7 - Buford (1978-1984) 

7 - Gainesville (1966-1972) 

7 - Cartersville (2012-2018) 

6 - Buford (2013-2018) 

6 - Sandy Creek (2008-2013) 

6 - Landmark Christian (2002-2007) 

6 - Rome (2001-2006) 

6 - Marist (1987-1992) 

6 - Lincoln Co. (1974-1979) 

6 - Carrollton (1970-1975) 

6 - Adairsville (1968-1973) 

6 - Monticello (1962-1967) 

6 - Decatur (1948-1953) 

5 - Rabun County (2014-18) 

5 - GAC (2014-18) 

5 - Westlake (2014-18) 

5 - LaGrange (2000-2004) 

5 - Shaw (1999-2003) 

5 - Hart County (1997-2001) 

5 - Marist (1996-2000) 

5 - McEachern (1995-1999) 

5 - Lovett (1992-1996) 

5 - McEachern (1989-1993) 

5 - SW DeKalb (1986-1990) 

5 - Clarke Central (1982-1986) 

5 - Dalton (1975-1979) 

5 - Westminster (1960-1964) 

5 - Rossville (1958-1962) 

5 - Thomasville (1955-1959) 

Note: Blessed Trinity and Benedictine would have streaks of five region titles if not for their ironic failure to win their regions during seasons in which they won state championships instead. 

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