Charlotte’s Garinger High School Broke Their 6-Year 0-55 Losing Streak Last Night


Charlotte’s Garinger High School football team finally broke one of the longest losing streaks of any football team in Charlotte’s history last night.

The last time the Wildcats won a football game was back on October 21st, 2011, and they haven’t shown many signs of improvement since then. The year the team has continued to struggle – they were completely shut-out in their first 3 games with a combined score of 140-0.

Last night, however, the team dug down deep and finally broke their 6-year losing streak with a shut-out of their own. They defeated Monroe’s Central Academy of Technology and Arts with a final score of 42-0 (this was also the first time Garinger scored more than 30 points in a game since 2010).


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Way to go Garinger! Keep it up!