sportsfan1989 wrote:It has to be Linton..Winning titles in two different categories..Plus there always a strong team...Then Watford or Velva
DAKOTA SPORTS wrote:What about the Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 9-man programs in the 1980's and 1990's? Two state championships (87 & 92) and one runner up (82). They also would have made a run in 93 if not for a change to 11 man. Region 1 - 9 man football has been the cream of the crop for years. W/L, Hankinson, PHCG, Edgeley, etc.
putupnumbers wrote:I will have to say Cavalier in A and AA. When Cavalier was in A with the Harvey's and Velva's they would make it to the semi's 8 times out of 9 in the 90's. They won a class B title in '87 and got runner up in '79, '85, '86. They have missed the playoffs twice in the past 29 years. have won over 280 games during that time and only lost 79. To me that is very good. In '98 when they went to AA they got to the semi's and got beat by Watford City and the following year got back to the Semi's to lose again to Lisbon. Next two years they would get eliminated in the first round but after that starting in 2002 they started a 47 game winning streak that was ended when they lost to Velva in the Title game. In the 2000's they won state 3 times in '02, '03, '04. To me that is a great football school.
Wild Wolves wrote:Sorry to burst your bubble but New England -Regent won 48 in a row and they are/were a public school.
ndlionsfan wrote:Didn't Cavalier win their championships at the AA level?? Maybe one at A...
bus driver wrote:I don't know if you simply measure by wins and losses? Adding in great coaches, stability and a great system.
I'll take Edgeley-Kulm.
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