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Longest Playoff Win Drought

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Not sure if we asked this question or not, Of the following teams with at least 1 playoff victory, which team has the longest current drought between their last victory in the playoffs and today? 

  1. American (Hialeah) - 
  2. Atlantic (Port Orange) - 
  3. Blake (Tampa) - 
  4. Eau Gallie (Melbourne) - 
  5. Forest Hill (West Palm Beach) - 
  6. Hernando (Brooksville) - 
  7. Hialeah - 
  8. John I Leonard (Greenacres) - 
  9. Key West - 
  10. Lake Howell (Winter Park) -  
  11. Miami Beach - 
  12. Miami Springs - 
  13. North Miami - 
  14. Okeechobee - 
  15. Osceola (Seminole) - 
  16. Pompano Beach - 
  17. St. Cloud - 
  18. Terry Parker (Jacksonville) - 
  19. Titusville - 
  20. Wolfson (Jacksonville) - 

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I know Osceola County pretty well and St. Cloud hasn't won a playoff game in almost 40 years (1980). That's a long time between wins (I think they're still looking for the second playoff win ever).

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13 hours ago, gatorman-uf said:

Not sure if we asked this question or not, Of the following teams with at least 1 playoff victory, which team has the longest current drought between their last victory in the playoffs and today? 

  1. American (Hialeah) - 
  2. Atlantic (Port Orange) - 
  3. Blake (Tampa) - 
  4. Eau Gallie (Melbourne) - 
  5. Forest Hill (West Palm Beach) - 
  6. Hernando (Brooksville) - 
  7. Hialeah - 
  8. John I Leonard (Greenacres) - 
  9. Key West - 
  10. Lake Howell (Winter Park) -  
  11. Miami Beach - 
  12. Miami Springs - 
  13. North Miami - 
  14. Okeechobee - 
  15. Osceola (Seminole) - 
  16. Pompano Beach - 
  17. St. Cloud - 
  18. Terry Parker (Jacksonville) - 
  19. Titusville - 
  20. Wolfson (Jacksonville) - 

It's Tampa Blake

 

 

Won state in 1969 and I don't think they have won any playoff games since, they actually beat Columbia in final 4 that year and had Columbia won they probably wouldn't have pushed Paul Quinn out after the 1970 season and Bill Castle who eventually followed Paul Quinn down to Polk County could have potentially been at Columbia during the last few decades 

 

Amazing how things can be a domino effect 

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  1. Blake (Tampa) - 1969
  2. Miami Beach - 1974
  3. Pompano Beach - 1976
  4. Wolfson (Jacksonville) - 1978
  5. St. Cloud - 1980
  6. Hialeah - 1981
  7. Forest Hill (West Palm Beach) - 1985
  8. Titusville - 1988
  9. John I Leonard (Greenacres) - 1989
  10. North Miami - 1991
  11. Osceola (Seminole) - 1993
  12. Miami Springs - 1993
  13. Eau Gallie (Melbourne) - 1995
  14. Key West - 1995
  15. Atlantic (Port Orange) - 1996
  16. Okeechobee - 1996
  17. Lake Howell (Winter Park) - 1996 
  18. Terry Parker (Jacksonville) - 1996
  19. American (Hialeah) - 1997
  20. Hernando (Brooksville) - 1997

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