Jenkins is the most remarkable of 16 GHSA schools that haven't been shut out this decade (2010-18). The Warriors were shut out 20 times - almost one in every five games - in the previous decade (2000-09). Jenkins has administered six shutouts of its own in just the past two seasons with teams that have reached the Class AAA quarterfinals. If Jenkins can score in its opener Aug. 23 against New Hampstead, it would be the Savannah school's 100th consecutive game of scoring. The schools that have been shut out the most this decade are Clarkston and Meadowcreek at 33 times each. Here are the 16 that have not been shut out this decade.
*Eagle's Landing Christian
*Emanuel County Institute
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