MOST WINS IN THE COUNTRY

TitleTown USA

“TitleTown USA” was ESPN SportsCenter’s 2008 summer-long, interactive initiative to determine which city, town or municipality, would be declared by sports fans as the place in America that best represents the unique affinity a community shares with its title-winning professional, college and/or amateur teams and athletes. The fan-based, multimedia search featured fan-generated nominations (2,000) and a blue-ribbon panel of judges (12 SportsCenter anchors and 19 non-ESPN media professional). It concluded with fans voting for the winning community.

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A HISTORY OF WINNING

Championships

South Georgia Championships

1940 1947 1950 1951 1952
1953 1955 1956 1957 1960
1961 1962 1965 1966 1968
1969 1971 1977 1978 1982
1984 1986 1989 1990 1992

National Championships

1962 1969 1971 1984 1986 1992


Georgia State Championships

1940 1947 1951 1952 1953
1956 1957 1960 1961 1962
1965 1966 1968 1969 1971
1978 1982 1984 1986 1989
1990 1992 1998 2016

Region Championships

1920 1923 1924 1927 1938
1940 1947 1950 1951 1952
1953 1955 1956 1957 1960
1961 1962 1965 1966 1968
1969 1970 1971 1975 1977
1978 1981 1982 1984 1986
1987 1988 1989 1990 1991
1992 1996 1998 2000 2003
2011 2016

A PROUD LEGACY

Valdosta Wildcat Museum

The David S. Waller, Sr. Valdosta Wildcat Museum is operated by the touchdown club and open during home games. Next to the museum is the memorial courtyard containing personalized bricks including names of past wildcat players, and monuments to Valdosta High coaches Wright Bazemore, Nick Hyder and former superintendent A.G. Cleveland. The museum contains memorabilia, trophies, uniforms, helmets and many other pieces of history.

Visiting fans are welcome to peruse the museum prior to all home Varsity games.

PRIOR TO 2004

Cleveland Field

Cleveland Field is named after the late Dr. A.G. Cleveland who was Superintendent of the Valdosta City School System from 1919 until 1949. Although constructed in 1922, the field was not officially named until 1923.

He believed firmly in physical exercise and regularly cut the grass on the grounds of the old Valdosta High building before the days of power mowers. He was a strong supporter of all athletic teams during his 30 years as Superintendent.

In a resolution presented by the Valdosta Touchdown Club, the Board of Education officially named the stadium at Cleveland Field, Bazemore-Hyder Stadium on September 9th, 1996. Coaches Wright Bazemore (1941-1942,1946-1971) and Nick Hyder (1974-1995) combined for fifty years of service to our youth and community. Under their leadership, the Wildcats won six national titles, 21 of their 23 state titles and 282 Cleveland Field victories.

Wins Through the Years

2010’s

2017  (4-7)

2016  (14-2)

2015  (8-4)

2014  (9-2)

2013  (6-5)

2012  (7-4)

2011  (8-3)

2010  (11-2)

 

2000’s

2009  (7-4)

2008  (5-5)

2007  (9-3)

2006  (1-9-0)

2005  (7-5-0)

2004  (8-5-0)

2003  (11-4-0)

2002  (8-3-1)

2001  (12-2-0)

2000  (8-4-0)

1990’s

1999  (6-4-0)

1998  (14-1-0)

1997  (9-4-1)

1996  (13-2-0)

1995  (11-2-0)

1994  (13-2-0)

1993  (6-4-0)

1992  (14-0-0)

1991  (11-1-0)

1990  (13-0-1)

1980’s

1989  (14-1-0)

1988  (12-1-0)

1987  (12-1-0)

1986  (15-0-0)

1985  (9-3-0)

1984  (15-0-0)

1983  (11-1-0)

1982  (15-0-0)

1981  (11-2-0)

1980  (11-1-0)

1970’s

1979  (8-4-0)

1978  (14-0-1)

1977  (12-2-0)

1976  (9-2-0)

1975  (10-2-0)

1974  (3-7-0)

1973  (8-2-0)

1972  (9-1-0)

1971  (13-0-0)

1970  (11-1-0)

1960’s

1969  (12-0-1)

1968  (13-0-1)

1967  (5-4-1)

1966  (11-1-0)

1965  (11-1-0)

1964  (7-3-0)

1963  (2-7-1)

1962  (12-0-0)

1961  (12-0-0)

1960  (12-0-0)

1950’s

1959  (5-5-0)

1958  (6-1-3)

1957  (13-0-0)

1956  (13-0-0)

1955  (9-4-0)

1954  (8-2-1)

1953  (13-0-1)

1952  (14-0-0)

1951  (9-3-0)

1950  (10-2-0)

1940’s

1949  (6-4-0)

1948  (6-4-0)

1947  (12-0-0)

1946  (8-3-0)

1945  (9-2-0)

1944  (9-2-0)

1943  (2-7-1)

1942  (6-2-1)

1941  (9-2-0)

1940 (12-0-0)

1930’s

1939  (4-4-1)

1938  (7-0-2)

1937  (7-2-0)

1936  (6-3-0)

1935  (7-1-1)

1934  (7-3-1)

1933  (7-1-1)

1932  (9-1-0)

1931  (7-3-2)

1930  (6-2-1)

1920’s

1929  (11-0-0)

1928  (5-2-2)

1927  (7-1-0)

1926  (8-2-0)

1925  (7-1-2)

1924  (7-0-2)

1923  (9-0-0)

1922  (3-4-2)

1921  (5-3-1)

1920  (8-1-0)

1910’s

1919  (7-0-1)

1918  (NO season due to WWI & Flu Epidemic)

1917  (6-1-0)

1916  (7-2-0)

1915  (2-3-2)

1914  (4-3-0)

1913  (3-1-2)