High school football: Felt's Facts Week 4

Published: Thursday, Sept. 12 2013 9:29 p.m. MDT

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Since Duchesne has captured the state’s attention with its record 37-game winning streak, it’s timely to include the longest winning streaks for each school currently fielding a football team.

Alta – 16 (2007-08)

Altamont – 8 (1993)

American Fork – 11 (1961)

American Leadership – 2 (2013)

Bear River – 23 (2003-05)

Beaver – 15 (1973-74)

Ben Lomond – 9 (1966-67)

Bingham – 26 (2009-11)

Bonneville – 12 (1986)

Bountiful – 16 (2002-03)

Box Elder – 17 (1944-46)

Brighton – 13 (1982-83)

Canyon View – 5 (1998)

Carbon – 10 (1924)

Cedar – 10 (1998)

Clearfield – 8 (2003)

Copper Hills – 3 twice (2001; 2008)

Corner Canyon – 0

Cottonwood – 13 (2008)

Cyprus – 10 (2000)

Davis – 18 (1964-66)

Delta – 21 (1974-76)

Desert Hills – 6 (2011)

Diamond Ranch – 5 (2012)

Dixie – 23 (1973-75)

Duchesne -37 (2010 – current streak)

East – 24 (1955-57)

Emery County – 11 twice (1994-95; 1999)

Enterprise – 10 (2003)

Fremont – 11 (2010)

Grand County – 10 twice (1949-50; 1962)

Granger – 10 (1985)

Grantsville – 11 (1959-60)

Gunnison Valley – 7 (2004-05)

Herriman – 5 (2011)

Highland – 16 (1959-60)

Hillcrest – 10 (1983)

Hunter – 14 (2003)

Hurricane – 20 (2011-12)

Jordan – 20 (1946-49)

Juab – 12 (1997)

Juan Diego – 20 (2008-09)

Judge Memorial – 15 (1981-82)

Kanab – 13 (1974-75)

Kearns – 8 (1989)

Layton – 11 twice (1969; 2007)

Layton Christian – 5 (2011)

Lehi – 10 (1997)

Logan – 17 (1977-79)

Lone Peak – 14 (2011)

Manti – 16 (1999-2000)

Maple Mountain – 8 (2012)

Milford – 12 (1993-94)

Millard – 24 (1978-79)

Monticello – 16 (2001-02)

Monument Valley – 8 (2008-09)

Morgan – 16 (1997-98)

Mountain Crest – 11 (1991)

Mountain View – 10 (1999)

Murray – 14 (1954-55)

North Sanpete – 11 (2002)

North Sevier – 9 (1996)

North Summit – 17 (2007-08)

Northridge – 20 (2002-03)

Ogden – 12 twice (1958-59; 1965-66)

Olympus – 12 (1998)

Orem – 12 twice (1962; 1968)

Park City – 10 three times (1981; 2006; 2009)

Parowan – 8 (1989)

Payson – 10 (1958-59)

Pine View – 13 (2007)

Pleasant Grove – 24 (1954-57)

Provo – 10 (1987)

Rich – 28 (1994-97)

Richfield – 9 twice (1970; 1971)

Riverton – 8 (2010)

Roy – 11 (1974-75)

Salem Hills – 3 twice (2009; 2013-current streak)

San Juan – 30 (2009-11)

Sky View – 11 (2006)

Skyline – 23 (1998-2000)

Snow Canyon – 14 (1996-97)

South Sevier – 8 (2009)

South Summit – 11 twice (1984-85; ‘88-89)

Spanish Fork – 9 (2012)

Springville – 12 (1985)

Stansbury – 11 (2012)

Summit – 3 (2012)

Syracuse – 12 (2012)

Taylorsville – 5 (1999)

Timpanogos – 5 (2012)

Timpview – 36 (2006-09)

Tooele – 22 (1928-30)

Uintah – 11 (1994)

Union – 9 (1965)

Viewmont – 10 (1971-72)

Wasatch – 11 (1966)

Weber – 8 (1956)

West – 23 (1992-93)

West Jordan – 8 (1992)

Westlake – 6 (2010)

Whitehorse – 10 (2000-01)

Woods Cross – 6 (2012)

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Pig Skin Fan
Syracuse, UT

No Offense, No OC, No Game plan, No Wins against good Teams. Cuse believe me now.

JET
CLEARFIELD, UT

Pig Skin Fan
Awfully bitter aren't you. Didn't get much playing in high school huh? Well try and let it go. But then again, if blogging hate against a High School team helps you feel better. carry on.

Hank Jr
Draper, UT

You forgot Corner Canyon with 1.

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