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Each MOCO team's regular season finish of the last five years (2014-2018)

by MoCoFootball Staff on 11/09/18


Michael CornejoMOCOfootball.com

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The combined regular season records (2014-2018) of Montgomery County MD teams. Click on each team to go to their team page for a detailed look on how they finished throughout the years.

#1, Damascus, 50 wins, 0 loses.

10 wins/season | 2018: 10-0 | 5 playoff seasons. 5 division titles.

The Hornets have actually lost just one regular season game since 2012.

#2, Quince Orchard, 45 wins, 5 loses.

9 wins/season | 2018: 9-1 | 5 playoff seasons. 5 division titles.

Won at least 8 games in the regular season since 2014.

#3, Sherwood, 41 wins, 9 loses.

8.2 wins/season | 2018: 7-3 | 4 playoff seasons. 2 division titles.

Coach Crowell's return to the head coaching seat at 7-3 is just second best to his second season as head man in 2002 when he guided the Warriors to an 8-1 regular season record and a trip to the State Finals.

#4-tie, Northwest, 39 wins, 11 loses.

7.8 wins/season | 2018: 8-2 | 5 playoff season. 4 division titles.

The Jags have been Quince Orchard's West Regional Finals date in five of the last six seasons.

#4-tie, Paint Branch, 39 wins, 11 loses.

7.8 wins/season | 2018: 9-1 | 3 playoff seasons. 3 division titles.

Outside of that 5-5 finish in 2016, the Panthers have won 8-9 games in the regular season.

#6-tie, Richard Montgomery, 34 wins, 16 loses.

6.8 wins/season | 2018: 7-3 | 4 playoff seasons.

That's four straight (winning) seasons for the Rockets; a first since the 1960's.

#6-tie, Blair, 34 wins, 16 loses.

6.8 wins/season | 2018: 6-4 | 3 playoff seasons.

The Blazers have five winning seasons in the last five years. The program had experienced just 3 winning seasons in the playoff era prior to Fields' arrival.

#8, Seneca Valley, 33 wins, 17 loses.

6.6 wins/season | 2018: 2-8 | 1 playoff season.

Seneca Valley's 2-8 season is its worst since finishing 4-6 in 2000; these are the only losing seasons in program history.

#9, Clarksburg, 25 wins, 25 loses.

5 wins/season | 2018: 6-4 | 1 playoff season.

2018 is the Coyotes' first season above five wins since 2014.

#10-tie, Churchill, 24 wins, 26 loses.

4.8 wins/season | 2018: 9-1 | 1 playoff season.

Coach Williams is 14-6 in his first two seasons with the 'Dogs. Only better in his first two season as head coach for the Potomac school is James Collins in 2003-2004 who went 15-5.

#10-tie, Watkins Mill, 24 wins, 26 loses.

4.8 wins/season | 2018: 7-3 | 2 playoff seasons.

The Rines' 7 wins ties 2012's win total as its most in the last decade.

#10-tie, Wootton, 24 wins, 26 loses.

4.8 wins/season | 2018: 5-5

Wootton just gets above its average wins of the last five years going 5-5 in in 2018, which is great considering they started the season 1-4.

#10-tie, Poolesville, 24 wins, 26 loses.

4.8 wins/season | 2018: 3-7 | 1 playoff season.

The Falcons won 7 games for three straight seasons from 2012-2014 but has struggled to go above .500 since.

#14, Blake, 23 wins, 27 loses.

4.6 wins/season | 2018: 7-3 | 3 playoff seasons.

Blair 2.0? Coach Anderson has taken the Bengals to three straight playoff seasons.

#15-tie, Einstein, 20 wins, 30 loses.

4 wins/season | 2018: 4-6 | 1 playoff season.

The Titans won 3 total games between 2014 and 2015. 17 wins since.

#15-tie, Whitman, 20 wins, 30 loses.

4 wins/season | 2018: 4-6

The Vikings lost 7-0 to Sherwood- a playoff team- to end the 2018 season. 2016's 6-win season is the best in the last five years.

#17, Rockville, 19 wins, 31 loses.

3.8 wins/season | 2018: 4-6 | 1 playoff season.

The Rams are +4 in wins after finishing winless in 2017.

#18-tie, Magruder, 16 wins, 34 loses.

3.2 wins/season | 2018: 5-5 | 1 playoff season.

Magruder saw its first non-losing season in the last ten years.

#18-tie, Gaithersburg, 16 wins, 34 loses.

3.2 wins/season | 2018: 3-7

The Trojans suffered their third straight season under .500. This hasn't happened in the last 55 years.

#18-tie, Wheaton, 16 wins, 34 loses.

3.2 wins/season | 2018: 2-8 | 1 playoff season.

Knights have only had one, non-losing season between 2007-2018 when they finished as regional finalists in 2015 with a 6-6 record.

#21, Springbrook, 15 wins, 35 loses.

3 wins/season | 2018: 1-9

Just two seasons at .500 (2015, 2017) for the Blue Devils including a pair of single-win seasons.

#22, Walter Johnson, 13 wins, 37 loses.

2.6 wins/season | 2018: 4-6

The Wildcats haven't seen a record at .500 or better since 2010.

#23, Bethesda-Chevy Chase, 11 wins, 39 loses.

2.2 wins/season | 2018: 1-9

Just like Poolesville, the Barons had three straight winning seasons (2010-2012) then struggled to hit the .500 mark since. BCC is just one of seven MoCo teams to go through at least three coaches in the last five seasons.

#24, Northwood, 9 wins, 41 loses.

1.8 wins/season | 2018: 2-8

+2 in wins for the Gladiators this season after finishing winless in 2017. 2007's 5-5 finish remains the only non-losing season for Northwood since the school's reopening in 2006.

#25, Kennedy, 2 wins, 47 loses.

0.4 wins/season | 2018: 0-10

A pair of 1-win seasons and three winless in the last five years. The Cavs lost just 6-to-0 to Magruder in Week 10 of 2018.

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-Michael Cornejo

 

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