Daily List: Schools with the most consecutive home playoff victories

Football, listBuford won its 30th consecutive home playoff game last week, which established a state record. The record entering the season was held by Marist, which won 28 straight from 1996 to 2010. Calhoun and Buford broke the record in the second round this year, each winning their 29th straight home playoff game. Buford won No. 30 in a 34-27 victory over Carrollton, while Calhoun’s streak was ended by Cedar Grove. Also, Colquitt County’s 24-game home playoff winning streak, which started in 1993, was ended last week in the loss to Grayson. Here are the longest home playoff winning streaks in history.

30 – Buford (2007-2016)

29 – Calhoun (2008-2016)

28 – Marist (1996-2010)

27 – Thomas County Central (1987-2006)

24 – Colquitt Co. (1993-2016)

20 – Parkview (1995-2003)

19 – Valdosta (1988-1996)

19 – Washington County (2002-2014)

18 – Marist (1987-1994)

18 – Thomson (1954-1992)

17 – Lowndes (2003-2010)

16 – Buford (1999-2004)

16 – Northside, WR (1985-2001)

15 – Lincoln County (1984-1988)

15 – Lincoln County (2004-2009)

15 – Sandy Creek (2009-2013)

15 – Valdosta (1952-1969)

15 – West Rome (1976-1985)

14 – Cedartown (1982-2000)

14 – Clarke Central (1983-1989)

14 – Northside, WR (2005-2009)

14 – Washington County (1982-1997)

13 – Charlton Co. (1996-2002)

13 – Palmetto (1981-1987)

13 – Woodward Academy (2003-2016)

12 – Americus (2000-2003)

12 – Brookwood (1994-2000)

12 – Commerce (1997-2004)

12 – LaGrange (2001-2006)

12 – Manchester (1994-1998)

12 – Savannah Christian (2007-2016)

11 – Burke County (2008-2013)

11 – Carrollton (1992-1997)

11 – Charlton Co. (2003-2007)

11 – Clinch County (2001-2005)

11 – Colquitt County (2010-2016)

11 – Lincoln County (1989-1991)

11 – Lovett (1992-1996)

11 – R.E. Lee (1986-1990)

11 – Worth County (1986-1989)

10 – Allatoona (2011-2015)

10 – Camden Co. (2002-2005)

10 – Camden Co. (2007-2010)

10 – Greene County (1991-2016)

10 – Josey (1994-1999)

10 – North Hall (2006-2012)

10 – Peach County (2009-2013)

10 – St. Pius (2012-2015)

10 – Tucker (2011-2014)

10 – Valdosta (1984-1987)

10 – Ware County (2009-2014)

10 – Washington-Wilkes (2000-2006)

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