Thirty-eight schools have produced runs of 200 or more consecutive wins.
Keystone State a hotbed for producing future gridiron leaders.
No. 1 Corner Canyon, No. 2 Lone Peak to meet in September.
Mike Mauk has coached seven national leaders while trio of other coaches have had at least three.
Treveyon Henderson of Hopewell looks to add his name to a list that includes NFL greats, Heisman Trophy winners, Hollywood movie stars.
J.T. Curtis closing in on 600; no other coach has 500.
Valdosta, Highland Park, Manatee, Long Beach Poly all with more than 675 wins.
The campuses, both old and new, sport neoclassical, Gothic and Colonial Revival design.
Georgia's Valdosta remains on top, but three Kentucky schools join 900-win club.
Lowndes and Grayson top Peach State squad with three players each.
Carmel, Bolles, Carroll (Southlake), Torrey Pines among leaders across the country.
Sierra Canyon tops list, but Chaminade-Madonna, Grace Brethren sit close behind.
Some elite programs have stadiums next to the school while others must travel to play.
Jersey Shore's record doesn't stand up to scrutiny, mark owned by Fostoria.
Some satellite images show partially completed campuses.