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Huntington Breaks All-Time Record

The Red Devils from Huntington broke an all-time record they did not want. With their 2-8 finish to the 2010 season, they now have a 29 year losing streak (since the school opened in 1982). This broke a tie with Brownsville Porter (1975-2002) for the most consecutive losing seasons in Texas High School History.

The Red Devils started the season off in the right direction going 2-2 in their first four games. Things went down from there as they lost their last six to end the season. Their 0-4 finish in district play brings their district losing streak to 16 games.

Fort Worth North Side (1984-present) is currently tied for 3rd place with 27 consecutive losing seasons.

Click Here to see the all-time list for consecutive losing seasons

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
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