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Longest road winning and losing streaks — Wyoming High School Football History

All records through the end of the 2023 season. * indicates active streak.

Streaks listed do not count neutral-site victories/losses or forfeits.

Road winning streaks

Does not include ties.

1.Rocky Mountain26 games1994-2000
2.Natrona22 games2011-15
3.Cokeville20 games1987-92
4t.Byron19 games1945-52
4t.Campbell County19 games2013-16
6.Big Horn18 games2016-20
7.Laramie17 games1959-62

Longest active streaks (entering 2024): Cody, 13 games; Sheridan, 11 games; Star Valley, 9 games; Snake River, 8 games.

Road unbeaten streaks

Includes ties.

1.Rocky Mountain26-0-0 (26 games)1994-2000
2.Natrona22-0-0 (22 games)2011-15
3.Cokeville20-0-0 (20 games)1987-92
4t.Byron19-0-0 (19 games)1945-52
4t.Campbell County19-0-0 (19 games)2013-16
4t.Worland18-0-1 (19 games)1953-56
7t.Big Horn18-0-0 (18 games)2016-20
7t.Byron17-0-1 (18 games)1965-69
9.Laramie17-0-0 (17 games)1959-62

Road winless streaks

Includes ties.

1.Hulett0-33-0 (33 games)1971-79
2.Glendo0-29-1 (30 games)1971-78
3t.Big Horn0-24-1 (25 games)1957-66
3t.Evanston0-24-1 (25 games)1969-74
3t.Wyoming Indian0-25-0 (25 games)1975-81
6t.Cheyenne South0-24-0 (24 games)2018-23*
6t.Kemmerer0-24-0 (24 games)2012-17
8.Gebo0-22-1 (23 games)1933-37

Road losing streaks

Does not include ties.

1.Hulett33 games1971-79
2.Glendo29 games1971-78
3.Wyoming Indian25 games1975-81
4t.Cheyenne South24 games2018-23*
4t.Kemmerer24 games2012-17
6t.Greybull22 games1978-83
6t.Newcastle22 games2001-06

Longest active streaks (entering 2024): Cheyenne South, 24 games; Ten Sleep, 16 games; Glenrock, Kemmerer, 11 games; Burns, Lander, Rawlins, 7 games.