Daily List: Schools with the longest streaks of avoiding shutouts

Four teams have been shut out this season for the first time in more than five years. They are Creekside (60 games without a shutout since Oct. 28, 2011), Mays (64 games since Oct. 28, 2011), Dalton (77 games since Oct. 1, 2010) and Grady (95 games since Oct. 18, 2008.) Those inflicting these shutouts were Sandy Creek (to Creekside), Stockbridge (to Mays), Calhoun (to Dalton) and Woodward Academy (to Grady). Here are the 61 schools that have active streaks of avoiding a shutout for at least 50 games and the seasons in which they most recently were shut out. Hillgrove, which played its first varsity game in 2006, has never been shut out. Roswell’s streak of 220 games is the state record.

220 – Roswell (1998)

173 – Fitzgerald (2003)

165 – Northside-W.R. (2004)

137 – Sandy Creek (2006)

124 – Lowndes (2007)

122 – Colquitt County (2008)

120 – Hillgrove (never)

118 – Woodward Acad. (2007)

118 – Peach County (2007)

113 – Camden County (2007)

111 – Calvary Day (2007)

109 – ELCA (2008)

108 – McEachern (2008)

106 – Clarke Central (2007)

106 – Allatoona (2008)

102 – Tucker (2009)

100 – Lee County (2007)

100 – Chattahoochee (2007)

97 – ECI (2009)

93 – Aquinas (2009)

91 – Coffee (2009)

89 – Mill Creek (2009)

88 – Burke County (2009)

85 – Lincoln County (2009)

80 – Bremen (2009)

80 – Blessed Trinity (2011)

79 – Benedictine (2011)

77 – Westside-Macon (2010)

77 – Cartersville (2011)

75 – Jenkins (2009)

74 – Northwest Whitfield (2010)

74 – Kell (2011)

74 – GAC (2011)

73 – West Forsyth (2010)

73 – Jefferson (2011)

70 – Thomas Co. Central (2010)

70 – Brooks County (2011)

69 – Jackson (2010)

69 – Rome (2010)

67 – Stockbridge (2012)

65 – North Paulding (2011)

65 – Irwin County (2012)

64 – Carver-Atlanta (2011)

63 – Griffin (2011)

62 – North Murray (2011)

61 – Houston County (2011)

61 – Mt. Pisgah Christian (2011)

58 – Lambert (2011)

58 – Mt. Paran Christian (2012)

57 – Peachtree Ridge (2012)

53 – Eagle’s Landing (2011)

53 – Callaway (2012)

52 – Jordan (2011)

52 – Woodstock (2012)

52 – Elbert County (2012)

52 – Prince Avenue (2012)

51 – Union County (2012)

51 – Thomson (2013)

50 – Alexander (2012)

50 – Dodge County (2012)

50 – Grayson (2013)

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