Longest-running state streaks

HHSAA tennis girls singles champion Aylssia Fossorier of Punahou returns a forehand in her title match Saturday at Central Oahu Regional Park. Johnny Wilson/Special to the Star-Advertiser.

Now that the 2017-18 high school athletic calendar has wrapped up, it’s time to take an updated stock of who’s going streaking … when it comes to team championships.

Punahou, not surprisingly, owns seven of the 10 longest streaks spanning all sports and divisions (team titles only). Its 16 straight in girls tennis remains the gold standard in the time since its 26 consecutive boys tennis titles ended at the hands of ‘Iolani in 2017.

The longest streaks to come to an end in 2017-18 were of the seven-year variety: Pearl City’s boys bowling run, thanks to Mililani, and Hawaii Baptist’s dominance in Division II boys volleyball, because the Eagles moved up. Other notable stretches to end included Kapolei’s four-year spurt in boys judo, interrupted by Moanalua, and Campbell’s state three-peat in D-I softball ending while OIA West rival Leilehua claimed its first crown.

Without further ado, here’s the complete list, with an attached note about that team or league’s run in that sport. These are ACTIVE streaks only.

16 — Punahou Girls Tennis (4 different coaches during longest active streak in any sport)
11 — Punahou Girls Water Polo (ILH has won all 15 titles, 13 by Pun)
7 — Punahou Boys Division I Volleyball (previous Pun streaks of 11, 7, 5)
6 — Punahou Girls Division I Cross Country (12th in 13 years)
6 — Seabury Hall Girls Division II Cross Country (all 6 years of D-II CC)
6 — Punahou Girls Golf (11th in 12 years)
5 — Hawaii Prep Girls Division II Soccer (Pac-5, KSH, MPI only other champs in 12 years of D-II)
5 — Punahou Boys Swimming & Diving (own 47 of 61 titles, 16 under Jeff Meister)
4 — Konawaena Girls Division I Basketball (9th in 15 years of D-I classification)
4 — Punahou Boys Canoe Paddling (ILH has 15 of 17 titles)
3 — ‘Iolani Boys Division I Cross Country (5 titles since 2003)
3 — Seabury Hall Mixed Canoe Paddling (tied with KS for longest streak)
3 — Punahou Girls Swimming & Diving (own 51 of 61 titles, 18 under Jeff Meister)
2 — Saint Louis Open Division Football (17th state title/Prep Bowl for Cal Lee)
2 — Le Jardin Girls Division II Volleyball (First 2 vball titles for LJA)
2 — St. Francis Boys Division II Basketball (First repeat champ in 12 years of D-II boys)
2 — Mililani Cheerleading Large Division (OIA has won 7 straight)
2 — Moanalua Boys Air Riflery (1st OIA champ goes back to back)
2 — Lahainaluna Division II Football (won 7-OT title game)
2 — ‘Iolani Girls Division I Soccer (ILH 10 of 12 D-I titles)
2 — ‘Iolani Boys Tennis (back-to-back titles after 26-year Punahou streak)
2 — Punahou Boys Track & Field (own 34 of 60 titles)
1 — Hilo Division I Football (1st BIIF state football title, any level)
1 — Kamehameha Girls Division I Volleyball (9th in 13 years)
1 — Punahou Boys Division I Basketball (ILH-OIA alternate title last 7 years)
1 — Kamehameha-Hawaii Girls Division II Basketball (5 of 15 D-II titles)
1 — Sacred Hearts Girls Air Riflery (4th different champ in 4 years)
1 — Mililani Boys Bowling (ended 7-year Pearl City streak)
1 — Pearl City Girls Bowling (6th in 7 years)
1 — Sacred Hearts Cheerleading Med. Division (1st ILH winner in 15 years)
1 — Hawaii Baptist Division II Cross Country (2nd in D-II CC’s 6 years)
1 — Punahou Girls Canoe Paddling (Pun/KS own 13 of 17 titles)
1 — Baldwin/Hawaii Prep Boys Division I Soccer (1st neighbor island champs, 1st shared title in event)
1 — Kamehameha-Hawaii Boys Division II Soccer (5th in 8 years for BIIF)
1 — Leilehua Boys Wrestling (only other title in 1995)
1 — Baldwin Girls Wrestling (3rd in 4 years for MIL)
1 — Baldwin Division I Baseball (2nd in 3 years for Bears, 3 straight for MIL)
1 — Damien Division II Baseball (1st baseball title at any level for Monarchs)
1 — Moanalua Boys Golf (3rd in 7 years)
1 — Moanalua Boys Judo (ended 4-year Kapolei streak)
1 — Moanalua Girls Judo (1st on girls side)
1 — Leilehua Division I Softball (1st title after 3 runner-up finishes in 1980s)
1 — St. Francis Division II Softball (only other title in 2005)
1 — Punahou Girls Track & Field (1st in 5 years, owns 36 of 52 titles)
1 — St. Francis Boys Division II Volleyball (1st for StF, ended 7-year HBA run)


  1. Michael Park May 16, 2018 6:53 am

    What is the longest streak of all time?

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