Best High School Football Teams of All TimeThese teams are known for undefeated seasons and winning state and national championships. They also are known for legendary coaches and NCAA Div I and NFL players.
Home to the winningest high school football program in the United States, with a record 907 wins, 220 losses, and 34 ties. The Wildcats have won six national championships, 24 state championships, and 42 regional championships.
We have the stats to prove it, we were the first High school football program to reach 900 wins.
This program should be number one on this list. This is program is a 6A also.
This program is the best program in all sports at all levels.
I Believe that this school has the best winning percentage in high school history. If I am wrong they have to be at least in the top 3 winningest high school programs by winning percentage just based on the record of 95% winning percentage of Bob Ladouceur. Valdosta winning percentage is a mere 79.6%. Hell if you play for over 100 years or you should get to 990 wins. In 100 years DLS will have probably 1150 wins.
Winning six national championships and appearing in 16 California State Championships and having the longest undefeated streak in high school football history winning 151 strait games from 1992-2005. They also produced player such as Maurice Jones-Drew and D. J Williams
Truly the Best of the Best. This school constantly seeks challenges outside their state to compete against the top schools in other states as well.
Numbers speak for themselves.
All Time Record through 2017 (962 Games) 644-267-51 69.5% Winning Pct (10-2-0 in 2017)
19 State Titles (2017, 2016, 2014, 2006, 2005, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1986, 1984, 1982, 1980, 1979)
5 Consecutive Undefeated Seasons (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997)
63 Game Win Streak (1992-1997)
37 Game Win Streak (2001-2004)
1. Julien Davenport, Paulsboro HS 2012 (Houston Texans)
2. Gerald Hodges, Paulsboro HS 2009 (San Francisco 49ers, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints)
3. Alex Silvestro, Paulsboro HS 2007 (New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens)
4. Isaac Redman, Paulsboro HS 2003 (Pittsburgh Steelers)
5. Mike Mendenhall, Paulsboro HS 2002 (Chicago Bears)
6. Kevin Harvey, Paulsboro HS 1995, (Temple University)
7. Willie "Flipper" Anderson Jr, Paulsboro HS 1983 (Los Angeles Rams, Indianapolis Colts, Denver Broncos, Washington Redskins)
8. Kevin Ross, Paulsboro HS 1980, ...more
Kyler Murray's senior season is still the most incredible season any individual has ever had in ANY sport at the high school level; 4,713 passing yards, 54 passing TD's, 1,495 rushing yards, 25 rushing TD's... we'll never see anything like that again in our lifetime.
Dat stadium though
Eight undefeated seasons, five state championships. There dominance begins on the offensive line. They produced quarterback Andy Dalton
Is there a year where Katy has never made it to state?
Check these guys out, their football team is beyond words.
I had the opportunity to play for Massillon, was some of the beat times of my life.
The '76 Moller team was the greatest team in the history of high school football.
Back to back in football and baseball in 2012-2013!
Very good top drafted high school football team in the nation.
Won state championships from 1999-2005 winning a total seven state championships
Under-rated! They had 80+ win streak in early and Mid 2000's. Not to mention only games lost on both ends of that streak were state title games. They have had a number of players to go on to the NFL. At one time, it was stated that they had more speed than Ole Miss with 25+ players running 4.6 or better in the 40 yard dash. Hence the name, "University of South Panola."
They should be number one.
Did you hear that? 30 state championships!
Artesia is great
Winning three strait championships since 2002 and played Northwestern at Texas stadium
Best football program of all time!
Plays home games at Tom Benson stadium in shadow of Pro Football hall of fame Constantly ranked as top high school stadium.
From Canton OH birthplace of Football
Two time National champion
Shares top high school rivalry with Massillon know as The Game
Would almost certainly rank higher in all time wins if they didn't play Massillon every year.